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L'lght wires are te be put In by 'ihe Western Union; until Sat urday there was only one. Today tbere are two. An official of the tempany went te Milferd teilny. nnil ifttr looking ever the possibilities for press matter, decided te Install tight nlres. " m S " ' A 1 1 1 II If II ll II III 'nnililllw U I II Inn ' hnlllllll UULllllU MwiytawwwaMiiii ii , iwiiiuiwiiiiwiiiiiiii)iiii)iiiil)iiii;iaiwiwia;wiiaii i urn i MmmmmmmmmmmSmmtmmmfmmmflmiV inpurD rnp p n D ?i 1 ' rcrces of Bucks County Leader IHIHEHHHaMep Making Beld Play for fg?iMMBpj W'fwVBUPiKU Leadership . jjM ICMEJMreiJItMMBSii ....!.. u. . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinSSiadrSVtiriMMalHMaL'vrjSiHWm i PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1922 Published Dally Exetpt Bunday. Subscription Price 10 a Year by Mall Cepyrlcht. 1022, by Public 1-fldier Company This plcttfre was taken of the Andree after she bad been run aground near National Park. She was rammed by the liner Alexander last night EX-JUDGE WILLSON ' Bu a Staff Corrfetondtnt Milferd, Pa May 23. The Grundy 'tecM arc making n bcld play for lead 'mhlpln the Stnte organization by pre- 1,'pwlni te Clifferd Plnchet. Republican tenlnee for Governer, thnt Jehn . 'IWer, former State Banking Commls Cemmls iilener, b chosen as the new chairman -f the Republican State Committee I'tiw that bedj nccts for organization Mt'Denth, Tbl was the big development today 0.111 a link IdkA jftBajadk aWnl A An I'HaAAt .Mil illdllAa rinHAKfll 1 ilM.tn fit fire; .Towers. Lewis Is a particularly imm, ally of .leseph it. uninny, preni tat of the Pennsylvania Manufacture fm'AnocIatIen. Grundy backed Fisher fcr.tbe gubernatorial nomination until III litter withdrew In the Interest of !?ftrd!vnners 'tkrmiiheut the Stnte supported the ratittr. TheM suggesting Fisher are urging tMt "as Fleher's withdrawal made pos A( the nomination of Plnchet," he enld da considered bk most nvnilable brthe'p'Wt of State chairman te sue ,W Senater Crew. They also say that the officers of the new State Cem- BittM ftheillrl nil ht m,n nn1 wnman houppertcd Plnchet. se that his cam paign for election will be directed se fir as the State Committee Is concerned bj these whom he knows e be his mndi. Grundy leaders insist thnt Hnchet will have no trouble winning a MJerlty of the State Committee te his Tltwi. Auditor General Lewis. It Is under- HMM. advlKPll PlnMin thnl. k. .U...1J ktthl a Commanding nnnltlnn In th r. ,waBlMtlpn of the State Committee and HE u. i1 ,ne Vnre-Lesllc-Raker ?blP be eliminated. Tbcy nrcue lUt thn recnlt l .1.- .i . 7 2Sfld fro?. lh1 vcr thnt the con- "-ivr comeino ne ousted from power. l&rf8uTt reaty Impressed the M?!l.,..r'h?; he,wcvf,'. will net dls- tHe situation for piibllentlen at this , ' Baker May Be Ousted mS;!:(Srry ?nker weuW b" removed fcs. l,eMC y "cSty which he has tanmin h Mr- Plnchet. however, is Knln ,0,c't a Plnchet man tarr it 1 ld T n,n ,Bakcp 0H 8e- The threat of imI1 wI" be remved. Tlier usTJ Jh,LSi'L"re .te stir up a tractor cemhinV a rnnKS 0I tnc con- '-"- eiiuiiuSne ""'stent secretary of Vkrt A ter ' L !"'d TMur8' Robi" 'Wttrer of ,i,(-hnrlc? Jolnsen, the Barclay rH0f wCnrh?,Tittce- Mrs. Plnchet ,L",blrten. who worked DIES MAGE OF 83 Had Been in III Health for Sev eral Years Elected te Bench in 1884 Pinch V'W In efflfr. m -"e ne con- P from eflW B,lcr should be re fekinby A V,n ',iH.nInce mKbt be cket camnaiJn" i?ctrlch. one of the w et the Warftagrfen" Patty KijmyJn,. Column row BOY SAVES PRISONER PROM J3EAT.H PLUNGE vlet,dThlefTretLeapThreugh ' Crrin7?J " Court Window & l jfi "U,W d, ralh" n JuniUih"Dk, Chew- convicted 'C lnh, e! "g, tfeJl Ahe sec. ,?"" n Cami ui l" "cceraers Jumped mr1? thJ? "?". After Weld ber uhnKe.ftfe,rk,.e 6iltc'5' sir's ftJtJ: clutched at the pris. """"r faek ted hn ?f man w" Jen g hi cdbailr 'nte the room. Ad ?"?Mtdant urliu"." with the and iiK-,,.-4t ,a?1 lle WBi sub- SSI HEARD MANY NOTED CASES . r Fermer Judge Rebert N. Wlllsen, who servrd en the beueh of Common Pleas Court Ihrlty years, died early to te dny nt his apartment in (he Hetel Bel gravia, Sixteenth and Chestnut streets. Judge "Wlllsen, who was eighty-three years old, had been In ill henlth for a number of ears. He retired from the benrh In 1015 upon nijvlce of n physl ciju. He was elected te the bench In the fall of 1884 and In his thirty years of exemplary service heard some of the most Important litigations that have been brought in the local courts. In 1008 he smashed tbe supplemental contract system se profitably employed by the contractor bosses prier te thnt time. In 1000 he set nn example In License Court by refusing te grant n single new liquor license under the Brooks law. Judge Ulllsen was. born at Ham Ham Ham mondspert. N Y., February 7. 1830, s.?r wViT Rev- 50bert E-nnd Mnry Btteng AVillsen. He was gradunted & tY,n ln if00' en,, f0" " taught in n private achoel In Xew cingland. Coming te thN rlty shortly after his graduation, he i-ntcrrd upon the study ?Knj Tnm' was- admitted te the bar In ' 'tSr ' .In-!872ch,? was made, first As nistnnt City Solicitor under General (Joins. As n lawyer he acted by appoint ment of court and by agreement ns master nnd referee In many notable suits. He was reunsel for the executers in the famous N cill will case nnd wns appointed by the Court ns exnmincr In (he notable gas trust equity Mill. He argued many important eases before the Superior and Supreme Courts. In the Civil War he served in the Gettysburg campaign in the artillery battery, commanded by Captain Henry D. Lnndis. Fer many years he was prominent ns a Presbyterian layman. He served ns president of the Pres byterlan Heard of PnhiinnH n.i Sabbath Scheel Werk twenty-five J ears. Temple University conferred upon him the degree of LL. D. in 1005. ACCUSES "WALL ST. WOLF" New Yerk Medel Charges Lame Broke Bettle Over Her Head New erk, May 23. (Bv A. P.) David Lamar, the "Wolf of Wall Street," was sought by police today en ii charge of atrocious assault preferred by Nan Tayler, u model. Miss Tayler told detectives she vis ited i cubaret early today with an cscnr and there met Lnmnr nnd nn-eth"- jeiing woman. While her escort M..i out of the room, she said, she ob jected te lnngunge used by Lamar nnd Ex-Jurist Dies KfillK vHHaT'SIH BlPllalHMi .IUDGK R. N. WILLSON Who dlctl today at age of eighty three. He served en the Common Pleas bench for thirty years t. Seuth Fifth Z"'. vamden hH OOU,P '"tn Itaalln. . ""'"i. Ma been mnrii,i n!n the censii . 'i Tbe tbeft occur eccur Jdia. mL' nt 001 Bensen street, Cam- -wSie "f bh.Hl,p'd r,ndlnB fln l Ul IIIB men til I nn,.ll.t fWBftvillI'hiTAT?L O'FERINafl ABE eUiiffia?a.ClaV.flid n?5 ". 37 and 2, fr'2S2S8iZ! he breke n bottle ever her bend, neeesei. tntlng three stitches (e close the wound Lnmar walked out with his compan ion and disappeared, she said. RUMOR BREAK INK K. Dissension Over Mrs, Tyler Is Re ported In Seuth Atlanta, Ga., May 23. Reports Imve been in circulation for several days in the Ku Klux Klan that dis sension has broken out nmeng tlic leaders nrl that ndditiens te the ranks of (lie insu "gents seen inny be expected. . ' i-'iiuk te niche reports, (tie reslg reslg naueii of Mrs. Kllnbcth Tyler ns the assistant chief of, the propagation do de do partment wns intended ns u means te nllny dissatisfaction in the ranks, nnd plans hnrt been innde (e restere her te her former position with additional powers. It wns planned te eliminate fln the grand goblins of the erder nnd (e place Mrs. Tyler In suprei ( barge of or ganization, with a fee of (lftr cents n member, making her responsible only te Edwurd Yeung Clnrke, Imperial Kleagle, according te rumors. Mrs. Tyler, however, nsscrtcd that she would have no official connection with the order, although wishing It the best of luck. PIRTYTRICKi Teamster Held for Stealing Mer chandise and Substituting Dirt Merris Fink, n teamster, of Tenth and Cherry streets, engaged te haul three cases of raerehandlse te railroad stations, stepped long enough te substi tute dirt for the contents of one case, police say. Letteis nf Indignation te the shipper from the buyer stinted nn investigation which ended In Fink's nrrest. lie U mid te hnve practiced this trick a few days nge while handling n consign censign ment of goods from .lennfs & Luudy, Tenth nnd Market strips. Fink was held Jn $00(1 bill for court by Magistrate Ceward. v FLIGHT AROUND GLOBE TO START TOMORROW Private Individual Is Financing the Blake-Macmlllan Venture Londen, May 23. (By A. P.) In an attempt te circumnavigate the glebe by air, two British aviators plan te hop off from the flying fileld nt Croyden at neon tomorrow. The nlrmen, Mnjer W. T.. Blake, of the Royal Air Force, nnd Cnptaln Nerman MncMillan, expect te complete their junket in two months. The nm nm bltleus nttempt Is being finnnced by a private individual, whose name is with held. . - -. . The route lies through France, Itnlv, Greece. Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, Eastern China. Japan, thence via the Aleutian Islands te Alaska, through the United States te New Yerk, thence te Newfoundland nnd across the AtlnnMn .via Greenland and Iceland te Scotland. Ttie record-breaking trip wns first visualized by Sir Rebh nnd Sir Keith Smith, of Australia, but the latter abandoned bis plnns when his brother wns killed recently In n preparatory flight. WOOD'S YACHT FAILS TO ANSWER WIRELESS Ape Believed te Have Sought Ref uge Frem Typhoon Manila, P. I.. May 23. (By A. P.) Wireless queries te the yacht Ape. en which Governer General Leonnrd Weed and his wife nnd daughter sailed Satur day for V.i.idore Ijave net been answered nnd the ttphoen which raged yesterday Is believed i 'spensible for the delay in their return. The Ape Is believed te have sought refuge ln some pert of Mindoro. Gen eral Weed plnnned a brief visit of In spection en the island. Ne serious damage from the typhoon has been re ported. GLOUCESTER SCHOOL BOARD PUT UNDER FIRE AGAIN Citizens' Committee Asks Ouster of Three Members Charges of Irregularities were filed today by u citizens' committee of Glou cester against three of the five members of the Gloucester Beard of Education. Wll'lam Brndwny, president ; Harry Coners, secretnry, nnd Chnrlcs Mnler nre named In charges sent te Jehn C. Enrfght, State commissioner of education. The committee, of which A. S. Penrce. is chairman, alleges (hat Mnler domi nates the beard nnd thnt he' is inter ested In the sale of supplies te the Gloucester schools. It was nlse al leged he conspired with the ethers te oust Mis Helen Chcesmnn nnd William Kiitcher, instructors In the high school The latest charges are an outgrowth of the recent unsuccessful fight tp oust Wllmer C. Burns, superintendent of Gloucester schools, who wns upheld bv n majority r' the beard. The rempiiilnt asserts that Cenncrs is a resident of Atlantic City nnd enlv gees (e Gloucester for beard meetings, MINE OWNER J30MBED Heme of Small Shaft's Proprietor Wrecked by Dynamite Unlontewn, Pa., Mny 23.(nv a P.) The family of Emmctt Diamond living In Mnsonteun. near here. u,,i thrown out of bed early today by n blnaf of dynamite, which wrecked part nf lln I onto. Diamond, his wife nml " small children wcre in the lu)llB0 "t the iluu. Diamond 's the owner of n snli oenl mine near his home, it had ba, i(iin ', morn than a year and limine,! operations last Monday when en tar tar le.ul of oenl was shipped. He emiffeyed about five men. Percy Grainger Heir te $1,000,000 White Plains, N. Y May 23. (By A. P.) Percy Grnlngcr, the pianist, will inherit real mid personal property valued nt about Sl.000.000 frnm i.u mother. Mis. Rese Annie Grainger, who was killed when she fell from the win dow of a New Yerk building, en April ,lr. Her will wns filed In Surrogate's r V Vi 'SANDHOGS' READY TO GO UNDER WATER Men Will Enter Compressed-Air Lecks for the First Time Thursday Morning 200 SOUGHT FOR PLACES Four shifts of men start their work nt the bottom of the Delaware River Thursday in connection with the sink ing of the cnsslen at the feet of Dela ware nvenue nnd Race street which will be the mnln foundntlen en the Philadel phia side for the Delaware River Bridge. "Nearly oil the air locks nre ln place nt the ends of the shafts," S. M. Swnab, chief engineer of the Key stone State Construction Company said today, "and we expect te have our gangs of 'sand hogs' in full swing by neon Thursday." Mere thnn 200 men have been ex amined for positions as compressed air workers by Dr. A. J. Loemls, chief mcdlcnl officer fqr the company. Of them 05 per cent pnsel the ex aminations, Dr. Loemls Mild. A set of rules compiled by Dr. Loomis governing the safety and health of the staff nt work tinder nlr pressure Is given each man before entering the nlr locks. The rules nre: Never enter thn lock with en empty stomach ; de net use intoxicating linunrs: nnrtake of warm coffee freely: always put en extra clothing while coming out of the pressure; pass out slowly; get fully seven hours sleep' In every twenty-four; never enter the lock if nt nil sick; avoid sudden chills; de net take cold baths en coming heated from the caisson; wear wnrm clothing; nnd men who have "conditional" cards from the doctor must be particularly careful et all times of nil these Instruc tiens. "It Is because of the 'conditional' icnrds." Dr. Loemls ndded. "that I cx I pect Ibis te be mv Inst compressed air j job. The responsibility nnd worry ln connection wirn me men wee are worK werK ing under pressure Is Inconceivable. "A 'conditional' card." the doctor explained, "Is a card issued te men whose physlcel condition is nerhnps net as strong ns these who nre able te work under greater pressure. And there is n constant source of worry whenever one of the men holding n Nnndlttenal' card enters n Ie(k." Dr. Loemls, one of the foremost au thorities en compressed nlr work. Is n grnduate of Bellcvue Medical College and hns been connected with form work since 1887. He hns been consulted en every lmpertnnt undertaking which re quired men te enter locks under com pressed nlr In the United States. The lower section of the great caisson has been lestlng en the bottom of the river since Monday, but its cutting edge has net imbedded itself sufficient te warrant the nid of the "sand hogs." When the caisson Ir mint tn .., i level the Iiiikc cofferdam will hn nln,i 'off and used en the caisson en the Cam- iiuii win- in hip river, wnicn wUl prob preb ablv be warped Inte nleee about Julv 1 It hns tnken nenrlv 0000 rnhin .. concrete te atet the Philadelphia caisson SHIP CRASH DUE TO FLAW IN GEAR Owner of Ocean Liner H. F. Alexander Says Engines In Re verse Averted Catastrophe BRITISH TRAMP ANDREE RUN ASHORE AT NATIONAL PARK Was Almest Cut Irr Half by Knife-Like Prow of Huge Ocean Speedster Faulty steering gear en the ocean liner IT. F. Alexander was responsible for Its collision ln the Delaware River near Fert Mifflin 'Inst night with the British cargo ship Andrcc, according te H. F. Alexander, owner of the liner. The Alexander Is the swiftest Ameri can passenger ship, and was famous during the wnr ns the ' speedy army transport Great Northern. She had just been refitted by the Sun Shipbuild ing Company, nt Chester, for passen ger service at nn outlay of $400,000, nnd was making her mnlden trip te New Yerk, carrying her owner ns u passenger. "The pilot In charge of the Alex ander," said Mr. Alexander, "saw the Andree approaching, nnd tried te steer out of the wny. The steering genr failed te respond. He tried te steer away by reversing one. engine, nnd when that failed, reversed both. The acci dent would hnve been mere scr! -us If the Alexander's engine hnd net 6een running full speed nstern nt the moment of Impact." Cemmnnder G. S. Gnlbrnlth. in cbnrge of Fert Mifflin, saw the collision from his residence, opposite which the two vessels came together, nnd telephoned telthe Philadelphia Navy Tard for aid. Cemmnnder Gnlbrnlth said it nppenred te him that the pilot in charge of the Alexander hnd tried te avoid running down a small beat just before the col lision, nnd hnd turned aside nt the mo me ment the Andree's pilot turned In the same direction nnd for the same pur pose. Nene Seriously Unit Mr. Alexander denied that an effort te avoid n small beat bad caused the collision. Though the Andree wns severely dnmnged, no one was drowned and no one seriously hurt. Steward Franks, of the Andree. wns the only casualty, nnd his injuries were confined te n black eye nnd some cuts about the face, caused by a bit of flying wreckage. The collleslen occurred in the enrly evening, when it was still light. The Alexander was steaming toward Del aware Bay, en route for New Yerk ; (he Andree was coming up the river bound for her berth, where she was te take en n enrge destined for Africa. The two ships came together with terrific force, the Alexnndcr's shnrp prow, driven by Its 20,000-horscpewer engine, und with 8205 tens of weight behind ii. tere through the amidships section of the Andree, a much smaller craft of 2107 tens, en the pert side. me eracers cnDin was smashed te kindling, nnd a hole cut ln the Andree nt n slanting angle almost te the keel of the ship. Starts Sinking at Once Tugs came te the old of the ships, nnd nfter some Inber thP knife-edge of thn Alexnnder was drawn out of the Andree's r!de. The smaller ship began te sink I i.nedintely. She was benched about i yards off National Park nnd Is lylns there nt present. Captain Lustle. of the Alexnnder, nnd Captain James, of the Andree, as- ulJ'.,u"r crews mere wns no Im mediate danger after the collision. Iherc wns no excitement en either ship. Thp Alexnnder put .. Hfebents and Picked up about half the Andree's crew i r i remninccj aboard their shin ?' I? 8t" Th0,e 'aen nbeard the Alexander were lnnded at Chester some of them remaining e the Alex nnder overnight. slinnl il, e ls ',ylnB nt Pnt en a shoal her stern almost awash and her bow jutting out with the keel grounded in twenty feet of water. Jt has net Results of Prohibition Geed, Lady Aster Asserts Will Support Lecal Option in England, She Declares Before Sailing for Heme, Children Want "Lady Bug" New Yerk, May 23. Declaring that the League of Notions or n league with prohibition in the United Stntes and I similar alms fei peace. PRICE TWO CENTS S p(? FIND DIER IDE J 1993 IN PROFITS 1 -il several Canadian provinces had been n "big contribution te the spiritual re generation of the world," Lady Aster today issued a farewell statement sum ming up her opinions en the dry ques tion en both sldea of the ocean n. She Is scheduled te sail for home today. "I ii m net going te advocate prohibi tion legislation ln England," she con tinued, "but I will support local op tion by direct vote laws.' Lndy Aster said she had heard It said that the rich in America could get drinks whtie the peer could net, but declared she had net seen such a con dition herself. She said' special work ers hnd told her that the Salvation Army, social societies and churches new had a greatly reduced task as a result of the dry lows. "When I balance the result, offset the uplifting of the peer nnd struggling and the salvation which prohibition bns brought te many wives nnd children, against the alleged degradation of some of the rich, well. I have no doubt the net result for the country has been geed,'' she continued. "The genernl sentiment neems te be that It ls the rich nnd net the peer who really get the worst of It." Lady AMnr declared thnt the only nntl -American prepngnndn she has seen in England was engendered by liquor Interests which have gene Inte politics ever the liquor question. She said pro hibition has shown itself net only n problem of social welfnre, but of clean politics as well. Lady Aster. in a speech lest night, pit tided for Amerlen te be the geed Snmnritnn te suffering Europe, and net Mimd by unconcerned. She repeated her appeal for the nntl"a te entfr either IC Lndy Aster slipped out of the digni fied role of stntesweman nnd feminist lender and was just plain mother for n few minutes, A short time before h?r nddress she was handed n cablegram It read : "Lady bug, lady bug, Fly away home ; YGur house IS en fire And your children nil gene." (Signed) "Bebby, Billy, Wlssle, David, Michsel. Jskie." "These," she explained "nre my children. Evidently I shall hnve n warm a welcome nt home ns I have had here." Attorney for Receiver Say Breker's Attempt te Seem Honest Cost Thousands ; V. LOSS JAN. 1, 1921, TO JAN. 16, 197.2, WAS $2,550,364 As Firm Approached Rocks' Meney Was Flung Away, Accountants Say CAMDEN WIFE ADMITS BEING BOARDER'S DELILAH Fortified bv statements complied hy expert accountants, Arthur Garfield Hays, ntterney icpresentlng the receiver of the defunct E. I. THer A Ce.. said In New Yerk tedny he Is prepared te show the met extravagant wft'te of money possibly ever unearthed In con nection with n' brokerage house. Handling approximately nbeut $25, 000.000 of business from January 1, 1021. until llie fnllure. January 10, 1022, the Dler cnmpnii never at any tlm- during thai pcrted was in a posi tion te deal fnlrl with any of Its cus temers im-erdlnif te I lays, lie aise Trimmed His Mustache, Sne Says In Alienation Suit Admission thnt she hnd trimmed the mustache of the star boarder ln her home was mode tedny by Mr. Emll Hclnbncher. 3417 B street, before Judge Shny, In Camden. Mrs. Helnbncher ' sns that iippnrentlj the firm'' only cry testified ln her husband's suit for 52.-.- , "j ''.rSpl ''"' mem'y ln' ,I0H' '"" WC 000 for alienation of affection against s "u; ln,,UMj f ,,n,nR ,mK,nWy,t be said Adelph Flrtnker, the boarder. rhP probe shows conclusively, barred Helnbacher asserted that the lntl- customers who stuck it out te the end mncy between his wife d Firtaker had !ne::enrKatn,ln,yh?."n:,.,eh;Csu,f' become se close that he hnd left home ' fidpnt i-ecurltles or cash te cover its He snld hi- vife had even shaved the linbilltie". neck of tin nirder I A glance (t the commissions paid by Mrs. Hei j.icher admitted the mu- Dier i 'e te New Yerk Stock Ex- tache trimming Incident, but no meie chnng houses gic- some Idea ss te just yuestlencil a te whether she loved I what Minute the customers ber husband she answered. father of my ehlldren.' LAST-MINUTE NEWS BODY OF MISSING TUCKERT0N BOY FOUND IN LAKE TUCKERTON, N. J., May 23. Tlie body of ten-year-old Henry Scheml, who has been missing since May 8, was found today iu a small lake a short distance from his home. Parties have been searching for the missing boy for mere than a week in the weeds, begs and streams of Ocean County. HUNGARIAN CHARGED WITH PLOT AGAINST SERBIANS BELGRADE, May 23. Charged by the police with organ izing a plot against "important Serbian personalities," a Hun garian, whose identity has net been established, has been placed utider arrest at the Juge-Slav frontier. He is charged with plan ning the destruction of railway bridges. A liberal supply of luuds and plans showing the co-operation el lecnl plotters was found en the prisoner, the police report. BANK EMBEZZLER ULSTER ROUNDS UP IS NEAR COLLAPSE 1 SINN Mystery of Possible Accomplice i Move Fellows Republican Army in Coatesville Theft Re- Raids and Murder of Par- mains Unsolved liament Member down forty -two feet. THUGS OUT OF LUCK Fall te Get Nickel Frem Safe They Worked en Three Hours Robbers worked three or four hours Inst night in blowing the safe in the American Stores Cempnny store at 35 West Lancaster avenue, Rrvn Muwr. They failed te get even n nickel. IDEA WAS GOOD. ANYWAY Adelph Offered te Make $10 Bills Sprout Frem "8lngle.Casers" "Yeu put n one-dellnr bill In the ma chine n( this end nnd It comes out ns n ten-dollar bill nt the ether eml" Tills nsMTtlen. bucked up hv manv elaborate adjcctlvei. wns mnnV, ,.. qtien Ij by Adelph Buslnsky, 1007 Seuth Seventh street. Camden, nccerd Ing te ihe police, In luring foreigners te buy his money-making machines" De tective Tphln, who nrrested Buxlnskv clinrged his prisoner hnd made mnt-X than S2100 recently by sijllinTnie 'nT chin s in the coal regions. BAR "SINSFHOLLYWOOD" Toe Scurrilous for Mails Angeles Rullne. Iw Angeles, May 23. (Bv A n A book called "The Sins of Iln'iir weed." supposed te be an expose of actors nnd actresses, is "toescIfrHr' eus" te be admitted te the malta ri" cording te n ruling by .Mnrk Her, C' Deputy United States bl.tr"c iAuX here. mey Clark K. Webster, posteffico in. specter, ban star(ed nn Investlgntlen te learn the author nnd (lie publisher The book, of 225 pa--.' iiu!$, fc front cover a picture of MepliUtenh-i.i? a beautiful girl and u .,,3.i3.?"i CentinnrJ en rae Tite. Column Three 49 OF 460 N. yTpOSTAL MEN ONCE CRIMiriS Fingerprinting In Registry Division Leads te Many Discnarges Washington, May 23. ( Hj A P ) Dlscovery through "fingerpiintl'ng" hat ferty-nlnn of the 4tll) emplejes of '., "8'8try Division of the New Yerk Posteffico had crimlnnl records uns re. ported te President Hnrdins tednv bv Acting Postmaster Gener.il Hnrtlet't upon his return from an investlgntlen of the New Yerk efrie... All of the terty-nlne have been dropped from the service .i Tke A,p,tln& Postmaster Oneral told the President the discovery eime during his Inquiry into the arrest last Thur.s day of seven empleyes of the office which, postal officials assert, cleared up possible robberies extending ever the .eL.Lmi)l1111" nn" Invoking ucnrh I s-,uuu,ijuu. ine nrrests nl-e nre said te huve thwarted a gigantic rebberv plnnned for last Friday nidit In the registry division Itself. fn Tlnt.ltl. .1.-1 l i. iiiuiicu ucrmren r i.ir m nt. nrrnciA.1 hnrl nJ.li.. I . i. . i sec, ;;; rTn;', . '" . :r.L " the mame vision for the purpose of robbing the mails. " NO OTHER ARREST IMMINENT FEW ARRESTS IN BELFAST had with "He is the I the "King of Frenzied Finance," Mr. , Hnys snld Frem January 1 te May ,18. the latter date being the one en which Colonel llenrj D. Hughes with drew from tlie linn, the commission! and Interest en customers' ncceunt nineunted te .?! 10.0(13.30 nnd from May 10. 1021. until January 10. 1022. the same item showed $310,310.83. The fest of trnding, meaning what it cost Dler 'e keep up the appearance of doing a legitimate brokerage busl-' ness, is what debilitated the cash as sets belonging te customers, Hays1 pointed out Frem Jnnunry 1 until May 18. 1021, tlie commissions and Interest paid te the houses handling the Dier accounts amounted te $133, 214.01. while in the period from May 10, 1021. until January 10, 1022, the commissions and interest amounted te $3.T.7ir.34. In ether words, Dler, according te his own figures, paid out in commissions nnd interest almost 500.000, which money he could have saved his customers if he hnd net made the pretense of being honest. Profits of Only $053 Anyway. Dier never mnde nny menpy v, J3 for himself or for his customers 'la'' nanaiing tneir account because a sum mary of his dealings slieu only a profit of $053.34. and he certainly must hare mnde money In some direction, Hays' declared. One who Is In close touch , with the situation is authority for the j statement that there was only one way , ln which the firm could have managed j te go nleng ns far ns it did, and that I was te "thrive en the proceeds of sales of securities ordered by customers." 'Dier did net conduct a bucket shop. but he certainly did bucket orders," declared Hnjs. "Wp will show that and mere. tee. when tlie time arrives nnd we can produce the books te sub Miintmte our contentions, 1 am frank enough te say thnt Dier's customers neicr had a chance, specially theso who stii'k ii out Of course these who cot war j nnd made demands en him while he Mill hnd something left wern fortunate, lieiause Dier could then go into the market and buy securities te make up for these that had been sold nnd retu n iheiu te the customer making the dem i nd. 'If miu want te form seme idea nH ie just lien Dier business was con cen lucte, and "isf hew much of :i ohance the iiiMemer had take a leek qt seme I I8 Les camera. McADOrrS SON WEDS Marries Mrs. Melly T. Fergusen, Divorcee, In New YeW New Yerk, Mny 23. William C JIcAdoe, Jr.. son of the former Score Scere (nry of the Treasury, and Mr. Melly lackaberry Fergusen, n divorcee, te whom he was reported engaged last j ear. wcre married yesterday in tlie Municipal Building nnd departed for nn unannounced destination. Jehn J. McCermlck, Deputy Cy Clerk, performed the ceremony. The witnesses were Mrs. Nena Medeo de Mebrenschlldt, Mr. McAdoo's sister and his brother, Francis II. McAdoo .urn. rurmiseH is n uiiiighter of Jehn xmequciij, ui i.enuun. jir. .uc B Adee, llke bis bride, ls twenty. seven j ears old. lie was graduated from Princeton University iu 1017. In an" plying for n marrlnge license he gave his occupation as "oil producer." DO TOD KVEB READ TIIR PARORT, PORT ssdl!. Th,y r "' !"" RAYMOND C. NEWLIN Tlu a Staff CerrcKmttt Contest llle, pa.. May 23 Cntil Raymond ('. Newlln, defaulting recelv. National B.v the Associated Press Belfast. May 23 -The pientest ,Ald In the recent hlsterv of Ireland wu- carried out early tednv when swarms et police swent through Clsfer niul rn,1,.,l up ,K) Sinn reiners. the mnjerln of whom were Ii,,, Hepubli. an arnn 'efh mm. They will be interned llie northern government , notion was tnken. it ns staled. In an effort te , surprcss net enlv the l,,sh HepubU-nn Army rnd the Irish Republican Itre.h- erhoed. but nil ether Sinn IVin ergani- zutiens In the Mx-cetinu area- j The government's move 'fellow, swiftly ,,!..,, i,sn Kcpiibbeni, Aim rails ami turnlnzs of hnii.ii,.,.. i .i. ....,.!.. . i . '- ' "I i .2 i "n and Aim ini an. Intensified hehtilities in Helfnsi ccnil), culm nating in the miir,J,r irniiiv hi u .1 Twaddell the I Ister Parliament. Nenth eierv town and village .t, 1 Ister was wslted. but the bulk i.l th, prison,, un- taken m the .euntiv .lis trie s. ( en,pjir.,iively few .npiures wen made in Belfast. Us iem of the irNl , tepub -m riiM men Ining in the Sum I-elii dlstiicts ,t Helfnst, nntlclpati,IK action bj tl... ,,. ns n sllU of rwnddell ossnsMnntien. had gene tliet run The captures include Capnl jfeah member of th, Fermanagh Count "iiiii-u Him prominent se,,n t'entlnmsl en Pnue Pour. Cetamn dhj YOUTH IS KILLED IN AUTO COLLISION Dies at In Hoseltal After Crash 60th nnd Market Streets In a ce'l -ion between nn niitomebllo nnd in. itm truck at SUtieth and Market; st re, ts ln-t nglit Hugh Beyle, sixteen j ears old 35:1 North F.dgewoed street, ttch.il Injuries which caused his death this illuming nt Mlserloer.lla Hospital. Iiovle whs liding north en Sixtieth stic. t 111 a 11 automobile driven by Wil liam CriiMicr, Sixtieth nnd PInil streets A moiertniek irlven bv Aubrey Sansom. IU West Vfnaugn street, wail coining In ihe opposite direct leu In iitteinnt nit' te nwi.rl f..,. 1. i.cM i. member nf diners miscalculated and came together ii-mi en iiej.e wns thrown through the vviudsliiel.l and received severe injuries, and the duvers were thrown from their seats Iteth vein, les were badly damaged. Ihe ni idem ble.-k.Ni trnflic for some- MK-i-ner ami Mnnsem were 1 Ml'l tin re VCS ax- "FINE MILL" SQUIRE DEFIES COUP. RULE a..!.,. r theft bids fair te remain unsolved. I County Cenn.il; San. ue sh"r. 1,1 Air. Says Yerkes . ,bn.nk 'i,ref,t?, "' the end of u ; hnirnmn if ihe re. em Iv diss, u '1 "' n,n " "" ""' nnd I'm going En" '.71 '"V '!,P riCr,iny "f1- Ne,vr-V I,'""'' nf III inn, ' rn",ln " ' ' r" f'." hbIU Justice et neon intimated no further arrests mny Rugeite Mc(;,l,Cnn. Ceu v ", I "'" ,V"" " Mlir"' rkes, the "fin- be expeced nt p.eseiK Nevvlin, a ciler, who was the Sli 1. V m I I "' -'p,lre." ,dv. when ,ke whnB ?,f ."".i" f WcSt C,"J"" Jl. l-lat.. in North Derr, it ,1 ,?" 1 ?e.( ..,., his .; ,,. tl... decVs.Ie.a " """ "' 1 election. " " or .iinlire .let usen thnt m.iinr .1. 1 no next directors' meeting will be held Monday. Members of the Heard today declined te make nnv further statemtn concerning the defalcation, snylng they new consider the nffuir one for the directors te handle, nnd they will net meet te discuss it again for mally for another week. The hanking examiners hnve completed their task. Newlln has premised his ntterney he would mnke n clean breast of the entire affair. One pxplnnntlen ndvnnced here today Is that he dipped Inte the saving fund ncceunt of the Inte Jehn Sharpless Werth, millionaire iron master, who died list week. This was nn Inactive ncceunt. containing, it is said, mere than n quarter of 11 million .inline It is pointed out Nevvlin may h looted this fund, which no one but hi yv. ,,,, niuimi uii, l mis is con jecture, however. The Chrlstmns sav roDtlneed fas Ftqr, Column Twe tisren Tower, the Peunlv Vntrim mansion of Iei-.l Londenderrv" recen concerted i,e n hotel, was b, reell , . incendiaries night by Ixindeii situation meet in ever .May 23 --1 in v .. . 1.. 1 1 " . 1 ui ireiiini was lw 1,..1 I he ave him - . : .mt 1.1-., iihsh, ni 11 ng of the Cabinet today preside by Prime Master .d 'Jj1 Dublin. Mny 23.-(By a i , pi, Ard Fhels. the natleni7siV.. V.'.T1. nnisatien. ratified at its ce,l ,B Today the agreement reaehe,! i. ..Y ' ny mlli' .. .. 1... 1 11 . . ".in.- ii.'H. iiiki" eiini iiave, "Thnt'H just soul.) mere het air " said ihe squire "I haven't heanl any thlng about Hiich 11 iIccinIeii. I have Uu nigiiiuetit with tlie .ludge, he's a frlead of mini' ' JiuUe .lolinsen'sd.ej'lslnn filed In thn Delnwure ('ounrrTeiirt nt Media means that mi motorist, haled before Mpiiie for violation of it traffic law tnn.v waive he.iring nnd enter ball fei his nppearunci. m Quarter Kessienc V. O.ll I Ti,, :... ..... . i.,i". ,, ., r. .;' :v "t:k f tnc " "' "' '11111101 even cnarse "I'8 I" tl', Dull Klrennii regard, defendant ...sts lie enl allow? ing elections and the composition of ihe " '"'I ll1" '"" Jl fhe Il"TU- ,iAf,Pr ;(,,l,,K "h "Ppniva I The decision Is ee M ,lw tU Mlehne." r"1' , ! ,Ut" KT,,(t l """'" W""'" "h MlS. .Mlclintr Cellins. 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