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tonight wiin temperature failing te
shout 45 dearer! fresh westerly winds.
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PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1922
Fubllihcd Dally Eseapt Sunday. Subscription Prle 6 a Tear by Mall.
CepyrUrht. 1023, by Public Hiir Company
PRICE TWO CENTS
TO LICK BOSSES
Registration In West Philadel
phia and Germantown
Districts Is Heavy
FISHER READY TO QUIT,
IS PERSISTENT RUMOR
His Address I at Rotary Club
Strengthens Belief He Will
Get Out of Race
PINCHOT HITS AT COMBINE
Doorbell Canvass Features Only
Day te Qualify for
Voters! Register Today!
Te the women of Philadelphia. :
Just ONE hour TODAY and
If you were net registered for the
Xertmbcr olectlen of last year you
cinnet rote May 16 unless you rcg
liter at your polling place today
tie only day In Philadelphia, Pitts
knrgh and Scranton. April 26 for
ill ether cities.
A vote glvts you a Telce in YOUR
Sltte Government! ,
ttoe horns for registration am
from 7 A. M. te 1 P. M. and from
4 te 10 r. m.
In Student Tragedy
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AT KILLING CHUM
BY GOLF CLUB BLOW
Geerge Themas, 4th, Haver
ford, Fully Exonerated in Ac
cident te Paul Turner
MIDIRON HIT QUEER NERVE
THAT PARALYZED HIS HEART
At the top appear Paul Flagler
Turner, Haverford College student
who was accidentally hilled by his
chum, Geerge "Themas, 4th, shown
SHOT, HE FIGHTS OFF
2 HIGHWAYMEN ALONE
Continued en Pace Tour, Column Sti-en
WEEKS TO MAKE REPLY
Hits Bandit In Jaw They Flee
Charles Strickland, 5348 Alfred
street, a Negro insurance agent, fought
off two armeH highwaymen nt midnight
last night nt Ceu!tv and Xcwhall
Strickland was shot In the thigh, but
wed mere than ?100 he had In his
pockets. His wound Is net serious.
The insurance agent had just left the
home of a prospect. As he passed
through a patch of heavier snadew away
from the corner street lamp, the two
men jumped out from the darkness mid
ordered him te held up his hands,
one of them thrusting a pistol In hk
.Strickland, who is young and husky,
replied v. ' n stiff right te the hlgh
iayman' . Tin two closed with
him and fei ii minutes the thvee men
rolled nbeu ilie rfreet. Finallv the
man with ike iltel fired, the bullet
entering Strickland's thigh, but net
taking the fight out of him. Thotwe
highwaymen were frightened by their
own shot and fled.
A pntrelmau attracted by the shot
pent Strickland te the. hospital. The
bullet was removed and he was n" iwed
te go home.
King Geerge Confers New Hener en
Londen. Apiil H.V (I5.v A. P.)
KliiB Cm i has conferred an earldom
upon Sir A hur .lames Balfour, It was
officially ntiiieunced today.
Vntll icrenll.v, Sir Arthur llnlfeur
mis ii (iiiiinieiicr. despite his long and
notable career In HritNh public life,
and wn known thruirsheut the empire
as "Mr." llnlfeur.
Heccntly, however. Kins Oeerge con cen
feried upon IVilfnur llui (Jrder of the
(inrter, the liiRhc-t honor within the
Klft of the Crown. Tills innde the re
cipient a Knight with the title of
New, pi(suninlil. Sir Arthur be
comes Karl Halfeiit. There Is one
ether llnlfeur In the fliltMi peerage,
Huren Halfeur. of HurlciKh-
West Chester Man Appointed te
Bench of State Superior Court
IliirrUlmrir. Anril 1L'. tRv A. P.)
(Jovcrner Sniuul today iinneintcd! them
.Tmlgn Hebert S. Onwtlirep, of West "We were just out for a walk." the
Chester, who has been first nssNiant nt- boy explained te the reerve sergeant,
tevnev cenenil for three yenrs, u Jiuleel "She's my best girl."
Tho'rccUtratien with light In Tleen. of 'he State Superior Court. Micceedlng "Ate you?" the sergeant asked Ethel,
th FbIIk nf SMmritm Vpnnbfnvi v. I .Tudu'c .lelin II. Head. if Crei'iisburg,' .Inck had presumed te much. Her
Cktse, Olncy, Manayunk and 'ether reigned. """ was very emphatic.
actions In the northeast and ncrth- i
Ssff&s&STtE&'TURY OFLIM'RICK WINNERS
IVemcn voters surged te polling places
today te register for the May pilmary,
iMr number being especially heavy In
0mantewn and West Philadelphia,
At the headquarters of Gifferd Tln-
chet, independent candidate for the He.
publican nomination for Governer, the
eunpaign managers expressed delight
ertr the early showing in many wards.
Reports from meat of the forty -eight
wird indicated that the lackadaisical
registration of last fall was net being
repeated today when the voters are
challenged by the slate-making bosses.
And while nil wns activity at the
May rcglitratlen places, two of thy
Republican candidates for Governer
were addressing two lnrgi! groups eC
professional and bueinc-s men and
Gilferd Plnchet spoke nt a luncheon
at the City Club, and s.iid the. Stata
lemnment was new a peer buHinc
organization, with "publli efticl.ilN
pending the people's mene for their
en personal advantage." Mr. Piuchet
pledtril himself te remedy (Ills comli cemli comli
tien if elected Governer.
State Banking Comniisslener risbrr.
dneef Mr. Pinchet'n two riMils for the
Republican nomination. speui nt the
same time before the Uetnry Ulub.
Un te his nnneerniice at thn Helary
luncheon, Mr. Fisher hnd been In frc frc
iluslen for twenty-four hours, glvhiK
lite te rrnui'ls be vn- .lbeut te with-
la a rtntement Itcfeie the luncheon
the Stnte Ranking Commissioner said
nothing te dispel that belief. On the
'entrnry. Iiis manner and remarks made
Ms Imminent withdrawal seem strongly
The registration totals are being
driven upward by thn three-cornered
fight within the Ilepubllenn Party. The
wintraeters' combine here 1 werkine te
register what It calls the "regular He-
publican" vote. Their efforts are in
tne Interest of Attorney General Alter,
me macmne candidate.
Fisher Forces Les Active
The lean active In the registration
rseipaign apparently were the sup
eriers or risher, the candiilnte et tlie
'PI.- .. ..,.
Geerge Themas, 4th. JTAvrferd Col
lege freshman, who accidentally struck
his classmate, Paul Flagler Turner,
with n golf club yesterday, killing him
almost Instantly, was tee overcome with
emotion today te mere than murmur
"I'd give anything If, It hadn't .hap
pened." Themas was exonerated by both the
college authorities and the County .Cor .Cor
oner. He Is en the verge et a nervous
collapse with worry and remprsc ever
the accident. "It is a terrible thing
if only it ipidn't happened," he said
ever and ever again today.
The boy's frraada completely exon
erate Themas or even the faintest
blame. The blew struck was n light
one, during the "fellow through" after
Themas had swung with a mldlren.
Turner, entering the roeni, stepped Info
the swinging club.
Blew Was Extraordinary
It was an extraordinary accident, as
the blew struck at the one point where
It cenld cause death en the pneu
megaMrlc nerve. It la the nerve that
cauxa n "knockout" when b boxer Is
struck en the point of the jaw. The
boxer gets a distributed shock the un
fortunate freshman was struck en the
nerve itself. He died from ncute dila
tation of the heart and paralysis and
collapse l lie lungs, caused by the
The accident was the one topic of
Hnvcrferd students today, as it was
last night. Every man in college did
his best te make young Themas feel
that all sympathized with him, and
that none blamed him. He is trying
te face the thing out, attending classes
today aa usual.
Turner, who was nineteen yenrs old
and the son of Mrs. Albert K. Turner,
of Hnvcrferd, was with five classmates
practicing a few indoor golf strokes In
Barclay Hall preparatory te going out
te the links. The young men arc all
members of prominent families.
Themas took a swing, and as he fol
lowed through with the iron he struck
Turner ,Jn the neck below 4he left enr.
Turner had just stepped through the
deer from the next room, where he had
been putting en his golf clothes. He
Answer te Jehnsen's Charges May
Be Given Out Today
Washington. April 12. (Uy A. P.)
Secretary Weeks, after consultation
with President Harding, today pre
pared a formal statement replying te
charges against the War Department
made en the fleer of the Heiibe yesterday
by Representative Jehnsen.
It wns indicated that the reply prob preb
nblv would be made public lnti: tedav.
The charges involve, among ether thing,
allegations nt favoritism in sales et sur
UNKIND FATE SHATTERS
ROMANCE OF 5 AND 3
Stray In Walk, Land in Police Feld,
Then a Remark Ends All
The springtime romance ef1 a pretty
girl and her best "hrnu" ended abruptly
this morning when they reached 'llili
teenth and Market sttcets.
Thev aie .lack Dlsmel, five years old,
:V2 Seuth Hicks street, and Ethel
Lnnery, four years old, :iJ7 Seuth
Hicks street. They set out bright nnd
early te enjoy the spring morning nnd
landed In the police reserve room In
City Hall. They gnve the police various
names, ages nnd addresses. Finally a
relathe, Dave McClnln, appeared.
Then it was learned that police were
looking all ever Seuth Philadelphia for
Te Tess First Ball
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U. S. SENATOR VCPPER .
He will help the Phils and Braves
open the baseball season today
TARIFF MAY CEASE Prince of Wales Receives
Tfl RF PARTY IQQI IF KUal welcome te japan
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THROUGH NEW BILL '--"
EJlllGI O X Un,UllMIIW MMUI Ultl
Adjustable Rate Plan Believed
te Be Workable for Either Re
publicans or .Democrats
FORDNEY TO WAGE FIGHT
FOR AMERICAN VALUATIONS
TO GREET PHILLIES
United States Senater Pepper
Helps Open National League
Baseball Season Here
BOSTON FIRST ATTRACTION
T.pboerTena, If. rewrll. cf.
Rnpn, Sb, Kept, M.
Wiilker. rf. Haultin-erth, rf.
VI)llami. rt. rtulsf. If.
LrU. tb. Iterrkel, Sb.
Fleuher. as. Ilelkr, tb.
rarklnsoe. Sb. Ferd, ?b.
HenllM. e. (iewiir, .
Meadow or Oeathrer, p.
Vmplrts Rltlrr, MeCermlck nnd rnrr
nan. By ROBERT W. MAXWELL
Philadelphia was treated kindly by
tjie weather man today and tbe very
best brand of dry atmosphere was fur
nished te make the opening of the 1022
baseball season a success.
Attracted by the bright, warm sun
shine, the snappy spring breezes and
an opportunity te sit in Hie open with
out the aid of ear muffs nnd overcoats,
thousands of fans traveled te the Phils'
Park te liave a leek at the most lc
cent edition of our noble athletes.
Ihe gates were epencil nt 1 P. M.
nnd the crowd already had formed te
the left. The bleacherlte.s were first te
arrive and introduced themselves te the
outfielders in their own original, voci
ferous manner. Grandstand patrons did
net nrrlve until Iffter, which nlwnys is
the way with the grandstandcrs?
In the early hours, the best plnving
wns done by Hummd'a Hand, because
If had no opposition. Sweet music was
sprinkled all ever the place ami some
of It Vas easily recognizable. Pall play
ers in new uniforms cavorted en the
field, the Phils In the snewv white
scenery furnished by Jnkc Grnv and
the Biavcs In their battleship gray
An unusual feature wns the standing
of the Phils heferef the buttle began.
Our heroes have net lei n lr-ague
game this season, which N a wonderful
nicempllshment. It was the -nine with
the Kravcs. se the opposing team stmt
off en n fifty-fifty and een-Stephen
basis. Nothing could be fairer than
The bird who invented 'the grand old
pastime has a let te answer for, but
he should worry. The mere fact that
he is responsible for the Athletic- Innd
Ing In eighth plnce seven straight and
consecutive times and a triple-header i
by the Phils, means nothing. Somcbed
had te be last, and they let Philadelphia !
PLAN FOR GENOA
By CLINTON W. GILBERT
StarT CorrPipendent Evening I'ublle Ledger
Copvrteht, 9J3, by Public Ltilecr Company
Washington, April 12. The tariff
bill, which was reported in the Senate
jtsterday, will furnish the principal
test of the Itcpubllcan Party. If the
Itcpubllcans inn held together in the
Scnnte and If thy can get the sched
ules accepted by the country, they will
be in a strong position when the elec
tion of 1024 comes nreund. If net.
i tariff legislation will prove a danger
' nus te President Harding as It was te
1 It is a "nasslncr the buck" tariff.
as the bill stands. Fer Instance, It Is
passed up te the President te determine
whnt actual tariff rates shall be, au
thority being granted te the Chief
Executive te decide when in practice
maximum or minimum figure rates shall
be fixed. Again manufacturers passed
ever te produce! s of raw materials tne.
ndvance of high rates. Fer example,
the steel makers said that they cared
nothing about protection, but they made
no particular fight against a high duty
upon mafcneslte, n mineral essential In
steel manufacture which this country
developed during the wnr.
Boosts Price of Steel
Magnesitc is only produced en the Pa
cific Coast. Freight rates te Pittsburgh
are $10 n ten ns against $1 from Aus
tria. Costs of production of magne
sitc are also higher here than abroad.
Te equalize them a high duty is levied
which sends up the cost of steel in this
As n clnjs the farmers stand upon
the firing lfne as icspenslble for high
duties, where in the past the manu
facturers have always steed. Agricul
tural rates-arc higher than ever bcftre:
even the rates in the emergency tariff
measure being exceeded by some of
them. Fer instance, the rate en mut
ton is prohibitive.
Every one who wanted a high dnty
get it for the asking and no particular
opposition was encountered. Many be
lieve that the easterners who de net
want hlg rates allowed the extreme
protectionists a free hand te reduce
their position teRfWsQrcTIty. But the
truth seems te be that no one had any
clear idea of what the tariff should be,
and se this bill wns put through to
gether with the prevision that the
President should exercise his discretion
whether te apply the rates or cut them
e0 per cent.
Has Twe Geed Featnres
There are two geed features In the i
bill. One is that the Fordney plan of
American valuations wns icjectcd In
e..H nf 41... .......I...- . . '
mu, ui me n-KuiHr yBicm or. lercign
valuation. And the ether is the maximum-minimum
feature, which will place
the Tariff Commission in a position
Ky Ihe Associated Press
Yokohama, April 12. The Prince of
Wales arrived today for his official visit
te Japan. Thousands greeted him hk he
landed from the Urltish battle cruiser
Itenewn, which brought him from India.
His reception was carried out accord
ing te the program, te the minutest de
tail, as Is the Japanese custom. Yoko
hama's welcome was net noisy, judging
by American stnndnrd, n the children
who lined the streets are disciplined te
silence. The picture they made with
thousands of wnvlng flags in the bril
liant sunshine wns inspiring.
While the occasion was essentially
Angle-.Tnpnnese, the American colenv
was assigned te an advantageous spot
from which te view the proceswien and
the American Ambassador, Charles B.
Warren, was te be presented te the
Prince upon the latter's arrival this
afternoon at the Aknsaka Palace In
Teklo. in which he will sta.v while In
The Renown wn ruviptrft In from m I "he Aknsaka Palace adjoins
Jjy the Japanese light cruiser division. , Ae.nina Palace, which wan at one time
Repert British Premier Will In
troduce Scheme te Limit
SOVIET IS STAGGERED
BY RESTORATION PLAN
served for the members of the Reception
Committee, the head of which will ac
company the Prince en his journeys,
Teklo. April 12. (By A. P.) The
Prince of Wales arrived here this after
noon en n special train from Yokohama
and wns driven in an open carriage,
escorted by cavalry, te the Imperial
Palace, where he was received by the
Empress. Later he went te the Akasafca
Palace, where he will reside while In
Crowds greeted the royal visitor at
the railway station and cheered hlra
along the route te the palace, ever which
triumphal arches had been erected.
Except for the priceless objects of
art. the Prince found little in the here
tofore unoccupied Aknsaka Palace te
remind nini that he was In the center of 1 he German delegates have presented
jokie. his npnnmenw are line n proposals for n financial agreement,
modern hotel suite, nnd the fittlngsin- Saar Valley residents plan a pretest
dude even a barber s chair of American against conditions existing under
m. -. especially installed. French oecnpntlen.
I'liv Akasaka Palace adjoins the economic commission of conference wan
ergainreii with M Celrnt. of Franc,
IJnyd Geerge In expected te suffsat
"army holiday" in Europe befew
Genen conference adjourns.
Bartheu Insists France cannot discuss
disarmament at Gehea.
Soviet delegates declare plan presented
for restoration of Itussln would wipa
out communism and Impair sever-
'B'u.t or government.
sirens. Every class of society wns rep- cherry blossoms.
resented In the crowds en the wharves.
The Prince was conveyed from Ynke- ADMIT WOMEN TO bar
Immn te ToU-le In n RnrAlnt frnln H.p.e ADMIT WOMEN TO BAR
coaches of which were especially huilt , Berlin, April 12. The nelehstath or templates suggesting nn agreement for
By the Associated Press
fiene". April 12.- Prime Minister
i.ieMi weerge. of (Jreat Britain, eon-
for his visit. Imperial Council, yesterday ndepted a Imiltntlnn of larid armaments In Eurenn
Ihe car set aside for the TrinceS use bill admitting women te all branches of ,nr " definite period, according te an
is elaborate, with mahogany woodwork , the legal profession, including judge- unverified report, before the ad ou ro
und silk panels. Anether coach con- ships nnd the bar generally, and nlsn """n' of the present international eco ece
tains a dining salon nnd servants' com- te the pets of public prosecutor, nt- nemlc conference.
partment, while the third is te be re- terney and notary public.
NEGRO MINER'S HOUSE DYNAMITED
BECKLEY, W. VA., April 12. The house of James Penn, a
Negro miner employed by the Raleigh Ceal and Coke Company
in Sylvln, was damaged today by nn explosion of dynamite. The
explosive had beep nlaced en the uindewslll of the kicthen, plas
tered with mud and then exploded.
SPANISH CAPTURE KEY TO MOROCCAN FIELD
MADRID, April 12. Turther successes by the Spanish forces
in Morocco have made certain the capture of Mente Maure, the
occupation of which will mean domination of the territory occupied
by the rebellious Beni-Said tribes, according te na official state
ment. Government forces have occupied Timayast, capturing
artillery nud ammunition.
really te fix rates within definite lim
Mr. Terdney Is nngrv nvei these two i
features of the Sennte bill i ml declares
that they will never be ne -pied by the
Heute. Mr. Fordney lenis the extreme
protectionists, nnd Ills Amen -i valun valun
tien Idea, was n method et ncing
duties without seeming te de si,. The
application of rates hv the President In
CROW NEAR DEATH, ADMIT BUTTERWECK
?ilrrc"ui Counsel for Builder insists,
in Hospital and End Is However, That F. H. Sterner
Expected Authorized Him te De Se
it Will tend te tnke the (nrirr iir ..f
Congress nnd out of politic. And if
the tariff should go ns an Issue, Mr.
Fordney would hardly hnve any reaten
Plnnx are bclntr made te pTnnn.i i,n
Tariff Commission into n sort of tnriff
court with functions similar te thee
or ine interstate Commerce Cemmls.
' Ihe "army holiday." it Is thought,
. i would be patterned after the naval heU-
day arranged at the Washington Cen-
Dlrarinamen continues te be the most
drseussed question nrneng the delegate
here. nlheuCli burred from formal con
sideration following the initial tilt be
tween the French nnd Russian delega
tions when M. Chichcrln. Soviet Fer-
l elgn Minister, endeavored te bring It
before the conference.
French Stand Pat
The statement of r.eui Bartheu, head
of the French delegation, te the Asao Asae
eiated Pres resterdnv. ptnlnlnin. pK.
i France cannot discuss dlarraamcnt at
j'lenea. will probably remain the basis'
of (he French attitude en this qucstleB,
despitedhe ettemnts of the Ttiieln .1.1.
"zntlen or ether national groups te raise
"This la a purelv economic confer
ence. ' fcnl.l ,t.n TC..J..W.U I.....1.... 1 a.
! n'htinMlnemphasizlng France' po pe
f awn.!, i HUH" we have simply get In
i stick te our agendn as America did at
Washington; otherwise we will get no
Asked If France would be disposed
I te discuss disarmament at some later
I conference. M. Bartheu replied:
, "" I wanted te say the easy, pleas
int thing, my answer would be 'yes,'
I and yet the real answer of I'rajice 1
i "c don't knew."
Commission Is Organlred
flrgnnlratlen of the economic com
mission was effected by the election
f M. Coital. French I nder Sceretirv
of Sinie, as president. The Hungar
ian representative suggested four aub aub aub
lommlssieiis. se thar rhe problems re
gal ding each of the four principal sec
tion of F.urepe could be separately
eiiMderrd. Serbia nnd Helland op-im-ed
the Hungarian suggestion, nun
gar, did nor press her suggestion
Hnllnnd supcested n 'iib-commlSHleB
be composed of thirteen delegates In
(enllniiprt en l'GP Twe, Column One
TRUCE IS DECLARED
ON ULSTER BORDER
FAMILY IS AT BEDSIDE DEWALT FACES
Continued en Ine Twe
New we are standing en the thresh- 'WALKS OUT fifiF5 Tfl UrtRIf
held and teetering toward another sea- 1'H,-r UU I, UUCP IU WUKK
Pittsburgh, April 12.-The iniiditlnu
of I'nlted Stutei Senater William 1"
Crew her nine se eiltlcnl today I lint it
was believed the end was approaching '
flu e Staff Carrftpnrdtnt
Mleiitewn. ia, .uil 12 --Admis-mhii
tlmt Hnrn A. Hutterweck. en
trial here for feier.. actunlh siued
me ir;mie (u i reu it. sierner. the prose -
INQUIRY Commanders of Rival Forces Agree
te Withdraw for Short Space
Belfast. April 12 iHj A P. I A
i nn e has heen declared between the
l'I'ler special constables nnd the Free
State troops which have been in men
acing preximln along thi Fermanath
Tbft rPzlptrntinn nflieinln nA repnlrlnr-
jnrellmentH in each division in the
'"Uy-eight wards In the city. The
wks opened nt 7 A. M. The hours for
J'Wtratien und enrollment are from
JAA- 1 r- M. and from 4 P. M.
' IV V. M.
Machine Keens Anxious W.-itili
""fd this statement
ii.i r el, mere tlln" two-thirds of the
.. Tct,lc,n "vlslena reports 1 huve
"Wived show thnt the regular Itepuli-
CnUnuwl en race Feiir. Column Twe
TO JUDGE "CONSOLATION
These If he Have Received Prizes Will Award Final One te
Seme Lucky "Honorable-Mention" Fan
son. 'J.ne past has been forgiven, and
In some cases forgotten. This is nil
for the best. The future looms 'up
orison ane ine only ining winch no ne
cupicd the mind of the fans en this
glorious April 12 was the' follewing:
Turned Key en
Saying that she had
in her rellar. Mrs. Jeb
Monmouth street, Gleucest
lileuccstcr police ever
morning te come and
Philadelphia s. Bosten nt Philadel
phia. The Phils and the ltrnves will nut
en what is commenlv knnu'n.ns n wi,.Unir , hurried te the house
at Bread and Huntingdon streets this lar empty, but the en
afternoon nremntlv ut It P. M 'I'M. ' showing hew the man
was highly desired by the Braves fnp Near the heuse the
they have hones of winnine the nnmiiiiit n rciMir ruun of the cas cemnnnv. rnim
and the home club has been mere than t '' putting tejether his tools,
kind in the past. The PhlK have wen , Then it was learned that the repnr repnr
mere pennants for ether teams tlmn man went te the house, wns admitted
anybody else, which shetvs they are big by Mrc. (rimes' mother, who then went
hearted. nway. A few minutes inter Mrs
Figuratively speaking, the Uraes Grimes heard a noise in the cellar and
are here te wipe tne field with the home locked the deer, believing she m,
a-uhi. .n'"y ib M-uruujcu ie ne i trapped a tniei.
nennier Crew is in the Mercy Hes. I i ntur in the case, te two notes ticinini; ,K,r,I,,p between t ister nnd Seuth Ire.
Pttn . where lira ma heen n nnilnm f.. ill the ihnrce wim mmii. i .,i,,,. I,., t.i,.,; 'unu, u wns nnneuuceu teuaj.
r Weman Had four months u., ,..np.i .1... i. , Seii). counsel for Burt. ,eck. ,i, ui..s' Husil Breeke, Lemnrandlng the
ft. D.n,.i... I 1 . . ' 1 """ "" i"1"1 1 opening address inr tin rlefenve 1.. ti,n rermnnagli specials, crossed into Free
Gas Repairman about two months after his nnnelntment 1,.. it.. .",., . "r !."'"PlP?e '" 'ir s.m.. ..ritnp ,t m,.,.Liin,i ,...,.. n.i.
n burglar locked te succeed the late Senater Knox. piOMviitleii w ,s l)t ,, meV ner'kss I ' " .'elerdnv. nod conferred with the
n.l. ( r lines. !U-J live Senators , ,,ni ten took n turn 1 ....".. . ll"n.K.."10" "'". l,,kSl,uiii i,.n,iep n, i.,.pi.... ,.,.. !,....
er. nvked the for the woise Sunday, nnd members of Sterner weTTld L, TT ' . . ' r"r.'.'.K, . nieus and nn agreement was reached
the telephone tills,"."? "'niiy were summoned te the bed- he lesnllv .m... ' " under which both sides will draw their
get the robber. Me. it was tepei itid thnt he luid had P.utti.rueek ,.n,. nu... . .: forces n short iliMnnie from the bnnlitr
t, with, lub drawn, rempse tot ny and thnt lie nppenred te , idol, i,t nnswer ' Mxie.. n I. Uue u avoid the 1 .'. f a 1 lash Each
He found the ce . , e in n sinking tout I inn .ii..n...L ..i..'.'' . .'""' la' 1 -m..w n..P...i ,.. ni.i. if-i
ter exit was epe, , , A bleed tniusf.iM..i. wns Mil.l .0 be , hS nf TV l; 1. '
1 had missed nit. Hhe finnl icceurse nliinneil In .-.t t..,i .. . . .. ... . i.i' " r',MUc",!' er.thl" ('"! . "" tril .'... ...... v...... i... ,-.,.'.
pellwman found , I'hjsiclnns. 11.,. the n.lv ,n ,T : 'Von'e nnve Mp" 'niHcled .':' ' r,7 ' . ' ...... ' ' " ".!
..f ,ln . .. 111 ii,UUII tjytj, riiii.iivrn- nun llir MKWVUJIft Ull lllf"
pa.nnHt.Aii 1 -ii. - in.. 1 .. . . i i.Ann wen irt , riirtn trn U'lntiPi'd it niani nm nurnrJ
l?nrrp,tCJLJJ".C,,rJte.t I working hard, 'cause Saturday ends , the Consolation prise. J. , M, h says he will start J
V.s tefinrennTf V T.Vhr;;. I 'it. ,, knew, nnd if you would enjoy jeihi mte m,,,., ,,, uesenger in ine prtcner s box,- v
L-.n-nniiw. ir,. n r..t .... .' .in nii thnt I1PX- It always a wmrce of creal satis- 1 " et'y Denina tuc p alter. Jee
.11 ".. ' .v.,".' '-''.": "r mimiii. 1 ...".. ........... fnctien te iis -i,n used te auu local coiev 10 the scene. I
1 r run unni hi 111 in 1 - - - ii '.,in i-.ii nn w .. ljv. ---... . ... .. v 1 . . . .. .
. ""- v" " nn ) uuiiiiAu j.imiK-R v..,., i-jawni '"in one nf m.p pip. was witn tan mils a one t me II
Lest ! Big Rcivard!
i.i,4me.whrre en nrearl Rlrf' lat.
J'Kht, between the hours of T und
BH and 11 and 12, personal mem
orandum book of gientrst Impertiuicr
? me. but of 1,0 intiinslt- value,
contains personal observations nnd
Peculations, which would he of no
ti,inflep ,',berai rew8r,i "
tD ,me at encp n"d nuea
,! F"d'- ll Please net
H,! U " mpr',y iet,lD flew" "f
" experiences and conclusle-,,.
"uen no BPntlm. .,i.i ..
- i .iwiiii. 0.1111 hi
KK PACK a I
jeu'll have te hustle.
And particularly, you fans who have
been mentioned en tbe ballet must leek
out for the Consolation Idm'rick which
will be printed en the 22.1. "We have
debated with ourselves for some time
about the jury, but thnt problem was
solved for us today by a letter from
Tnlhr Kdlterat thr f. inline Pi'lJ'ir l.rtleti:
Sir In regard te tbe I'onselntlon
r,lm'iick. I hae a further siiKKcsdlen.
When J 011 select a jury why net select
a number of Mm'rlck winners? Yeu
could Invite tbum through Ihe J.vf.njnu
ipi'PLic LEiienn or by mall. The Idm'
rick wlnneis could assemble nt the
TiFiKiEH tilhce, or somewhere, and
vote. 1 1 1 . 1 1
Frem a lejnl 1,1m erleker,
1 1 am net a l.im'rrlek winner.)
1 We think (lint's a line idea, and se
the names et nil or ine, winncra win ne
i 3s 4y
'. ..... ',-.U
. j , T .... ... .. . V
piayeu aim uu ine visitors nesire are
four. The Phils can have the remain-
was sent te New Yerk. 'n,e
(limits considered him superfluous and
shunted him te Bosten. New Jeseph Is
eniy one 01 me eesi ngnt-nanued pitch
01 tills onerntlen wns o..ktien..,l 1,..
cause the Senater's wtnllti wns ut sir. Ii
11 low ebb,
ItcperlN reiiilii'd rnioiitewn, ihe
Sennter'a home town, ihai he wn
"bejend medli-nl aid '
A month nge Senater ('row .innnuined
ine 1 emmnnwealtli dosed nr 11 10
A. M. and Mr. Seip etiillned his . nse
in hue Hie neon adjournment. His nrgu-
tnent followed a lequrt fei 11 vcrdui
f net sullty en rhe ground there wriN
Het suth.ient evidence te show Butter
we. k had signed Steiner's tinine ns eu-
shores et i,eugh I.evin near the town
of (iarriseu, where the huve erected
.r 'nrge telescope uud ure keeping cen--innt
w ate Ii upon ihe specials Last
eicnmg ,1 ieen meter, ins brought rs
eiif.ji. einenth tei r'le Ui pubiuans.
ihe repairman, rinding the deer I
locked, went out the ether way, wholly
unaware of the excitement raging I
m Vhe Mrxszrirwr Vts:,!!- -lan autocracy of brains
m r nt'ftn. 1
faithfuls wins a hnally
I.I m 'r 1 c k. Of
teiirse. we are al
ways glad te have
anybody win one,
but when these
,who have religious
iv cnutrituited ever
day are smiled
upon at last by the
Mm'rlck god we
are always clad te
shake 'em bv the this time. All nitchers nre in n,i
hand. 1 shape the first week of the season.
And 0111 of these ' There will he some new faces In thS
line-up. Leslie will be stationed nt
first base for the Phils and I.nrrv Kepf
will be seen at short for the Braves,
Fletcher Is hack again and the same
gees for Curtis Walker In center field.
WOMAN FIGHJS BANDIT
Patrolman's Wife Leses Pocketbook
When Attacked en Street
Mrs. IMith Keller. wife of Patrel
llOllllceiiicnl uillie lifter fri.Miilu ,.r m..
( row- for months l.ud insisud lie wns
in the ran- "te the finish "
Mr. ("tow's condition eae rise te
man repeits abeur the nature of his
Illness I ,p )mM K,.itet jiII ac. . -pied
........ .. ,,,,!, , , mi ie n ne 1 rum n..r
panj te cecr notes thnt had expired
O. eirulcd. he admitted the signature bv
Miiiij Other Bends Signed
Seip also told the jurj Mutter week
..- piiinr.i un- nniiie 01 sterner te mnnv
iiateiis aneinin, although the exact fmts ether notes, nnd te bends ncce
"" "" " siinmueu in tleulil
It w us disclosed t. Seuaier's . Imnge 1
endltliui is the leaseu fei the isit
. ., V.'- "Mrr' ". secretar of
.... .. ... ,., ,, i-pir.iiiiv, nr t.,.".,.,.ll" ' i.nrrv eyre, et chesini-. nn.i
. i-resten ami urewir streets. The thief William P. (Jallaghcr. of Luzerne r iir
neuKnt, . snnipneu rrem .Mrs. iteiicrs hand a '"K or Ihe State Senate. The, ,,
Jimmy . pocketbook containing $14. exacted te see the Senater some ,,
nil Ihli I "in rnhherv neenppp.l nnl. - u- I.,- '.i.uier sonic tlnw
erv persons is
Jehn Ward. nfnSfVl
l' Locust street, the
IvInilAP nf T.ttmll.
JOHN M. IVARD N() - Tnc"cem:
pleted Llm'rick Is as follews:
Llm'rlrk Ne. 5a
It leeks like the rurlalrKfer Mini;
I really feel sorry for Mm,
That unlucky "la"
.Must have gene te his hcan
Twas his tliirtcentli glass tilled te the
When we visited Mr. Ward and
CaatUfaarl am fas Tak-tr. CeiasMi Isw,
1.. m,4w,a w$ vr "...
nr in Ihi lPalffUn. vh.ili ernAa -A-nL,nB.. llKm.- Tfllm ,..-.. .-,.-, . .i. i ui i, . '. '
.hif ..; ; ri.ii. uii.t. r. ''i."'.r "i.rv...'" ;-""' vi ,i,7rr'- " .m. ",'"'.,,,,.HU "'?'' (einuutie.
...... ,.v,. ... .,,,i,Mv,....n neu iCff IOUUP.1
ivu uuc llllKllt, lllllftr a uusiaKC
iv Ue wiiv..i... .. .1. .
.c " .iiiciiii, ...iv m-i-(i 11
said that either Lee Meadows or
Ring would tell for his ball H
afternoon. Beth Lee and Jimmy are In dlstnnce fiem the Heller home, at .11)11
c.-. ..... p.m.-. niii.-ii i.i.-iiim niucn at urewu srreer, MAlAI DIOT nni t-p .-.
Mrs. Heller had heen shopping and ",MVMl- ru,3 DUL I 5 LtUION
her aims wcie full of bundles when the
man sied her. She kicked r him Aviators, Displeased at Benus Attl
nnd screamed, but he teie the pocket- turlp c.,, m..a, n. . .,
book from her hand uud ran. P l J.el Fer" New Organization
"If mv arms had net been full efUi v !rli.' , ,,ri1 '- '' A. P.)--bundles
T would have hit him." snM l" Sht'1 Aviation Pest of t lie Amerl
Mrs. Heller today. '" can legion, with 2lM) memlvers, ,lj8.
Before 1 er marriage she was Kdlth lp'canCt' at 'h" nttltude of the legion en
Jehnsen, chamnlen middle-distance 1 , p0 question, has surrendered its
Awnnmcr nnu skiiicu in many lines of Ir"10" rua"rr ami reorganizes! H
athletics. Naval Aviators' Club.
Her husband Is
nue police station.
Mi en ... 1 nt.
...... ,..nn.. 11.. . ." j. ' , . -......
-. ih.if,. n- iiiiHTiprn fiemg se for n
number of jcnis. he said, nn.l he in
sisic.l iliul Sterner knew, consented te
and n:iprecd his action
Sterner did net sign ninny bends ne-
Everything Is set for the opening
chorus. Let's gel
Ends His Life With Razor
tabanen, Pa.. April 12, Jeseph P.
Welfersberger. feri -s.ccii, a fanner en
the Degwood farm nenr Colelueok, took
his, own life early lei'nv h slashing
his threat with a iAx, llh lifeless
body was found In the Uunrby Ms
ann Pari. , ' "
.11. W !
Continued en fare Twe. Column Twe
HUNT ON IN SOUTH PHILA.
LOWLANDS FOR BOY. 6
Polieebeat Crew Alse Dragging
Creek for Jehn Wdewick
Sean hers are scnttei.-i throughout
the lowlands f Seuth Philadelphia Io Ie
dn. in a hunt for Jehn Wdewirk, mx
yeais old, who disappeared from' Ins
home en l'nst Jenes lane yesten nf.
The crew nf the police beat Heyburn
Heuse of Commens Would
Londen. April 12 il! A P i An
en.lt.iver in substitute nn aristocracy
of brains for no nriste. rnc of birth" Is
miiIkhIi.iI in a bill f.u the re. .institution
if 111" Heii'ie of 1 eid which Colonel
I laud.- l.ewther teiln eblHined the
I'.'i mission of the Huii".' of Commens te
lie t-nve 1 1, s description in making
application fei ihe pimlege of present
ing the uieasuie uhiili prewdes for u
n-diif tien in the number of members of
ihe upper Heuse from ",10 te .KM), apart
fiem prince, of the bleed It nlsn con cen
tains n proMsien for t he cientien of
peers for life, with uiiirilieritable. titles
.mil pn liege
FEAR FOR PRINCESS
Condition of wife of Greek, Prlnea
lenileiu, April 12 -(By A P.i
nn.l lt1 l, k .I- uM1.uti. :!.. .11..-I the tf(irlfnp( nf Prinnn Ilii-nliltn nnu u nfOPlNPilt .
the famous Mutsu. joined the escort. As ' the regent. I he grounds about the two l ommissien en transport erganised with,
.. . ". . . . . .t. . I ....1 1 - . .1.1. 1'i.Am AH '1-1. ... V. . . '
lue vessels entered tne harbor there was , iicm. nre met Demurim nnn at. tins ......... . h.-ijii.v, or jieiginm, a
n rear of guns and n shrieking of nme or ine year present a prelusion or
The condition of Princess
The brat wrllll
. wirn or t lew'n i-ritinn .,.. Mf uir
. i hi; i ie ui niaaxieK i ne uenware K Iver nf r- . i i -", ui av,
the mouth nf n rr,L ...K1..1. -....' '" Creece. is causing anxletj. snrrf n ,t'1
attached te the rm"' rll,b. '". "enip.ri exclusively of the linmr of the bnr, pnients . ,,n,,,,L Np,tt" ""l'"ch from Athens. A
and Lancaster ave- feung merf who enlisted ,, the mnal The Wdewicks uVe ,", the n..,i ' le,.,"l 1l"-w ' -"r has deelep.i &
Hp wns rnrm..i, U.vlllg sence a the iintlipiMiL. ..r ,!.... i '.!.',.,' " "' ,,,r "Bering . nnd the nntlent bus n irm. ,,., yA &
champion of 1. r im.l most of its members am is el de-el , ,., ' ''-"l 'Jtr"ens W,re 'r- I between I()2 n,l 101, wit se. e be': 3
in the social register. Many ennin out A woman iivi nc ii the .,n,.i,i, i .""huge. t$
vw ce.,' lUserye corps, 1"'" ",9 he "Mk SfSg.-.W
. kV' r ' - 5. .A V ii'x pl.t4