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ammymvtdjjdJbjL. Ms$&?r ,&w V. , ' f .Mmii,it .' ' '"; ' . " i L. ?$aii 'i 1 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER ftwyEABweffi RllftMt Prem Prea-rets Made Despite ?aA ".,... ltJ. " ,vumitui aims, r aera tien ItTeld' .err tr Tempe$t Kills 60 in New Yerk Centhuwd from r On lifting the rulnie of the wheel, l'ellic reserves, ntiuiberiiir l!00. were nulled te tin ccene, nml they1 tcAterrd order. The sale, which hwe'pt screM the" entire mctrepeilltau dlstilcf. vvim nc nc cenipanleel bj rnln which stung like u lunh from the fer.e of the wind. Huce tree In Central I'nrk were up. rooted mid tewd ii(.res the drle vvayx. Five pel suns weie hurt when the wind blew out Brent nlute-ilunK frenM j of store iiIeiik Itiemluay mill pent ,tetel linbcrelndier,v mid clothing alenx ' thn trept. In ItnieLlvn lMitiilm. A home cfttn nn F.tther and hen Killed tiee fell in I he wild of it in Mount Vernen, Killed Con Cen t'lifimiln, nnd his len-v ear-old Anthenv, nnd Mill another uih tart wmv gfcWNUAL CONVENTION BEGINS V r J ..A . . . . .tt itt t. bl ruiil ft nml L tinuL nI utr rt u, vi r By tM Aseciaiea rreai ......... u -...., v. ...... .. . ,.....- $ . -.. n i in 'im.. ..i ' sennerH iniconeleii!" Cftaelnttall. O.. .lune Vi.Jht wer ,r(rU, Mjn, nIenr. ,,, W.lte Wnv 1 organized labor's accempliahmtnt In (cemed pndnl tmgeH of the r clenic 'A yenr of unusual strife and unit'iinl wind A Inure hIrii oxIeIIIiik the vlrttic industrlal'depresslen" wan Jixld before f nn niileniul.il.. tlie was tein loee SHerty -second annual .-enventlnn of frniii Is moo. ur-. toppled ever onto .. h AmrlpnVi1erllen of Laber tedn "livllRht, uirilid it smnlter sign with fi'th report 1 FeXratlen-s ei.,'?- It " - Pln.ue nnd .hule.li, lre f.en, raiineil , dlsceniiuted ulrliiRr I he feue of the 'The report declared that Ameriean , j-mMi, set off an ultieiiialic ImiKliir and IHWl MlllaKft imw jk . ....... ........ Wern thq widespread unemployment that Misted, but wan' beset "In opponent.. Mere netlve ind determined than eei 'In addition te atrtrture en the con Wet of employers In nnmereuM enres. the report dded explicit and pointed rrltl flam of CengTea and of some State legislative bodies deelnrins mieh branches of the tJevernment le he "suc cumbing te a ware of reaction.' Vault nran found with the net Ien of some courts. inchidiiiK the Supreme Court, and with what was described as 1'resi le.nt Hardinc'H "pfopeHul te regulate tntdc unions." Year of Achievement ."It Is with no little satifittien In Tlew of these circumstances." the report mt, "that we tre able te la before thta convention a report of achievement, a report of solidarity, a report of con cen attuctlve planning. The nudaein of these who have made It their business te attack in every possible manner the reluntarv organisatiens of the werkwn baa had no rarallel In our nuiilr. What our movement hm4 been lemp.'lle.l te meet has been n condition In which the predatory powers have sought le break down all resistance in every quar ter and te enrich themselves at the ex pense of the whole people. Ne experi ence has testified m eloquently te the fundamental soundness of our organiza tions nnd te the manner in which they wrre the werk'eis. We shall fight with : greater confidence because of the record thnf has been made." "The erganircd mine owners repudi ated their agreement with the I'tilLd Mine Workers of Aiiiei'im." the report aid, "compelling the mine werkeis te cease work. I'acklti; heuce empleye -were likewise guilty of violation f agreements. The tenteHt going en among emplevers and the printing traue union involves n contemptuous !'PfWWlfpM mh ,v sa.i . - , ','&''- PHILADELPmA. MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1922 ,, '. . . ...... j WIN SWARTHMORE HONORg blown down near l.e.ii't Vnllcv. 1 nnd crushed into nn nutniiielilte, killing llarrv Iliilleinii, of 0.tei llnj. L'nul Slineiis. outlet of the l' tils wheel whlili .ellnp-t d, has been at re-ted en n H'iIiiucuI t liaise ul homicide, and th. DlMrlct Atluiii.'s ellne iiiiiKiuiui'd thai Sliu'.us would It held while in vestigation is Ik lug Iiuide Simons tuld the peliti lie thought the wheel wilt struik bv .1 holt of llghtuitij, becaiiM' all of a sudden III. re was a blinding Hash, a noise like u ttcmcmleus explovteu. and th.u the 'ilea of the in jured and (he switlin: nish of the lain. Other witnesses In the aceideiiL told the pellie they thought the wind nleue was iespenlble for the nc.ident. Seme of them said that the) saw the wii.el sway with the great gust that bleu like a toinn.le across the Sound, and then snw it buckle and bend, nnd thin aiue the crasli. 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Cooper echelarablpf te the member of tlio'Jnnler elahH liavn ,lng the best jeeerd for sohelaMilp eharncler nnd lnflueucoMfe MImubu' belle Hhw .Fiwiell; the Western Hwnrthuiere Chlb scholarship, offend te it mnn entering the college next yenr, te Wlllinm Ft Ogden.nlr.,, of Nateher, Mlfs,; 'the llry Mawr ltrlxe In the (lepnitment of social econe'iiynnd Mo Me tin! resenli, te MIm Klliel Hinds, nnd the Chi Omegn Trnternlty prlre te the best student In the department el economies', le Miss .lean Knew les. I'resldcnt nnd Mrs. Aydclette gave a luncheon In honor of the recip ients of degrees, nt which the Heard of Managers, the faculty of Hip. "pl lege the class of 1807, .which is hold ing lt twenty-fifth tcuiilen. and a number of special guests vverc present. The (iraduntes The graduate nre: i l n Mnr Hsv Dsvntiett, IllUnbctli Hrsa- ". . . .... ft.. .A Itarbara Manley (left), of Philadelphia, was awarded (he Hwarthmere "iiak I.ear" today, the highest honor te a girl student. The "Ivy .Medal," the corresponding prlr for men, went te Klihard Hlectttn ((enter), of Heading. .Miss KImi Palmer (right) was given a' special engineering course medal Girl Wjti8 Hener at Swarthmore skating rinl;. (enlaitilng a fine organ, wui destie.ved. The .Methodist Chiirth nt Amlt.vvllle was badly damaged by the wind nnd t nie Atliel Sclioelliouse unroofed. Donald -1 ;.!'i,l!!!.,f,,l,1' YnS.bl0W," ,tl0tt!! ,il"'1 ! 'etl..l fro... Tare On. ..." ....t .i ....in, ij. ivnuilil iirilltill-iM'ii. A4 number of houses in the imnl dis till Is wen- u M i oef ed nml huge trees blown down. rectly te the Rtnduatei sitting with Mm en the plntfemi, telling them that they timet answer the challenge Heading. !.. June VJ. This citv ()f ,llp ronmen man nnd take their nnd .etintj today took m count of stock P"1' '" H-e weik of the world, of damages in the weist wind and elec- , His closing words Vere ' "ITnm.v I. w (itlKen. Afry Hrsper nsrrinsien, ..r VuL Km. I'stU. Irene Kllrshrtt. , Items,, Ms tlRu SlmpJen. borelhjf Ilr-la Varlan. vV'nnle llllr W. V nmawr,. Parellen I jwa White. Cliarii.iie mnn. ui u. "x'.v"'L" .. 'Hz- llralT. Wlllll.ni 1'eler iwmn urur -" iy. VvirJ. i. 1 nrwy 0.Un. Hftrry MeKlnley Wlers. i:iener Anna Shlnn, Janli Edward WfSne"st Macen nils. Auguslln 1 S. Mu aante. Jehn Colbourne Smltli. Aucuitfi Aflfn, Albert Lsurencs Baxter. Themas Frederick llennall. William . Urlnten nreJTu". Hareld I.urcett nutlerwertl.,, WH lllm J'ertVr Carler. William nufm Clsney. Jehn Kn arson Barn, Carl Jeiepl. a.'ie, Jehn Mnrtdeux ItllKert, Jean nertram ICnenlM. Wlllinm Snreul Iwla. Jjsse Nev Nev vens Vlaflan Willis Patterlhwaltf Elsie lea til Hmllh. William Thomsen Tayler, Merris VVnln WtlllnmF. Dorethv Klerrnce A'nderaen. Mary Tsabrl nnimutartner. Miriam Rebin Ilreunlnser, IMIth Oll.eti Cusley . Ilnnnnh Mary Dir Dir llnKten JeRnnelte UHI. Marlen' Haker Onr lilt, Ann i nilzahelh Haldcman, Kthel Hinds. Ilenrlettu Mi Kcllfr. Dorethy Patten Nns miii Allien H ley. Hull. faterthiilte. nila belli T Heller lMHh Imlny Silver, i:ilza bell, relwell Rtnlth, Ueerse Woedbrldg Htcunrt. lleln Maria Theme nuth Mekeel Wnaburn Metn ueuxma larnau. trical storm here for mum. .ran. Miv-Uli.. inutl.iiH.,.. ,...... .' - ' . Py ,s fhnrlctte Stevens Chrl-man. Prances Kva- ernl barns were Mruck bv lightning and, . he, point te it 'Thern w uLZ , f" 1 1 "!UW:.B.V MZ.dV'SSS ffilltt illttirru nml nlu ' tltltil nn.) f l.. .. .. . ,. .1 IV.l .. burned, and many dwellings and etliw buildings In or nenr this iitv were , aplrntlen Hint mnkes nn kw,n ..,.. . Iiniiepu in Int ' thlnl; and there Ing.' vv received the In- llliroefed. Twe new lirlel; linneen In vet Heading were blown down. Ih' The awarding of steriu intight hunilreds of bathers at, Miss Kthel Unions decrees followed. mpsen Hrew-flter, dean diaregard and tlagrnnt vlolntlen of nnef (j,, robbing jiarents falling mass of steel anil timli.rs no one i nml panic lelgned for half nn hour lemcmbers anv etner r-cniiiii out tne ciies of the injuied and the pi It hit: nt the tain. It was through this tain, and tlueugh a wind that made It difficult te stand, that the leseueis lind le plunge when tliey tried te hilp the iiianv who weie imprisoned under the iiiins of the Terrls wheel. Iljsterknl women and men, search ing for sons or daughters or brethen and sisters thev believed were rnllnj en the wheel, inn up nnd down the lows of prnstrnte ligutes. Under one huge piece of Mec!, lying In a depression In the gum ml. lay n liev of fourteen and his ten-.veat -old lster. As the steel was removed thev steed up. unhurt, and ran te the arms lulpeheeken Hathing IIcecli. tents were .of women nt the college, made the'avvnr blown down and bungalow h diimnged te Dr. Themas. 1'ief. Jenkins' degre Jenkins' ileci-n u....... i... r v. ; .. i'v""..." itiuuiiiuii ei ins con- Vi.. "rrL-.'"u "' neruv towns tnoutleii te the h story of old French were littered with trees broken weed- ' literature by Dr. Isabella Hrenk nun work from buildings, wire nnd broken of the department of ' "emiJSce Ian- poles after the vlerm had passed. 'I he guages. heavy inin Heeded n number of build- Dr. Jesse Helme, of Swarthmore, ngs .oese awnings n h en fratms head of the pl.llosephv depnrtine. t, pre- 21 t''1"16 """ f,,",, "f nt.,l the ,'legree i 'Dr.' Jenes ferPh1s num. runs stoics. i nriii-llinili,,. i,. i. i.t. . .. ,i.. t.. " ... .uv uinuij ul lliu en- Thompson Carelm Cenevle.e . Ilraunwerth. Nera Sheirer Plelcher, Chrlst'ne Lnncham Lat haw. Wlllinm I'ewell. I-els nnn. Trank Sldebetham Dudley. Frank Krlck Mnchemer, ltacbel May Sheetz. Allen Ornv Clark, a. Morten Dalter. nila Haneell Tnlrk. Anne Mary Qault, Orace Kdel neurlcv. w illlam lllnchman Stew, Jr., Merle Marie Weed l'rancls Citon Hlalr. Wlltard Sllnserland r.lbree. Marjnrle I.iwrence Tell, Helen Oawthroe Anna Prances HeafTerd. Herbert l.uclua Hutchinson. Paul Sharpleaa. Hlcharil William .Slocum. Ituasell Atle Yarnall. Prnnlt Henrv Lemlie. Prank Hoke P.l Piltnei. Arthur Unplncett Hlllei. Ituiaell White. I.antn for line Haatlnc. Rebert bpotsneod Pollard. TEMPLE BACCALAUREATE Dttn Dunham Preachet en "Cour , age" In Forum 8rvlcea r "Courage" vyas.the subject of a aer aer men delivered m the'FerUni of Temple University nt the baccalaureate service yesterdny afternoon by Dean Jamea II, Dunham. "That man enlv Is courageous," said Dr. Dunham, "who has analyzed the ilnnuers of his problem mid nlse the rcaeurcea he has te combat them. He must understand the cauue for which he labors nnd must .knew It te be worthy. Courage la based net en the Impulse of the moment, but en calm, sure and de liberate judgment. "We must stand for the things that are 'right net necessarily) the excep tional nnd histrionic causes, but 'these, tee, which nre humbler and which lack the glamour of publicity. Only JIiuh will we ginsp the lefty principles which will enable us te lead the world te enfetv In the troublous times ahendi" Tlie Invocation was delivered by Dr. W. II, Slniniwny, denn of the school of theology. Twe baritone soles were given bv Lewis J. Hewell, accompanied by Mrs. Nina Prettyman Hewell at the piano. , Paraguay ReceU Beaten ..Buenes Aires, June 1-. A dispatch te Ln Nnclen from Asuncion, Paraguay, aya the Oeernment forces hare nelled the attack of the revolutionists against (he capital. The, rebels were, ' ' -v-- -'- compelled; te, 'retMat.-'abahtalir.aF and munitien!. iVltOMn r!ffl '"' , ' ' wT BBBBalBBBBBBVBBBBBaH ' .BBBBBBBBBb! 'I '., Diamond and Platinum Flexible. Bracelet . . Made of platinum' and set'-with 20' large ' diamonds in individual square settings. $575. Our stock features a representative collec tion of diamond' anaVplatinum1 flexible braced lets. . ' S. Kind & Sens, me Chestnut st ' DIAMOND lEIlOMATS JEWKLnnS SILVEH3MITHS " Killed by Herae'a Kick Ituffale. N. Y.. June V2. (Ilv A I I I A peculiar tinged. due te the norm, was reported from Angela. Fred- eilek Tellner was en his way home when the storm overtook hltn. ' He went Inte it barn for shelter and wax standing near n stull when there I was a harp flash of lightning. At the Hash the horse in the stnll reared, kick- agreement bj employers and their as sociatiens. t Supreme Court Criticized Turning next te courts, the executive council protested "most emphatically against such unjust nnd Inhumane tie tie cttiena" as that of the Supreme Court raiding the act intended te abolish ihlld labor in the United States. Cengiest "by this decision must keep Its linnde when the health and life and well being of the Natien's children are' con cerned. The Supreme Court of tedn.v la' far raeri letallMICani! less humane in its attitude nnd temperament than h the 8uprenu Qeurt of 1010." 'State legislative bodies ulfe weie ta(tn te task in some lasea, chiellvin thfc matter of compulsory-'arbitration Vjawa. The KanNis Industrial Court wai iJeicriDed ns "an utter failure," and similar, lesislatii.i. in Colerado wa aid te be "euually as absurd am,fuU aajdangereus." President Hnrdinsr wax accused of 'harlng contemplated "a sjstem of in dustrial laws similar 10 lhee which prevail in Kansas" when in his mes sage te Congress last December he declared that "in the in'e of labor organizations ne might well app.v sim ilar and equally well-deiineil piinclplei of f regulation nud eupervlsien (a be had. just previously rei emiuended for corporations) In order te .enwrve the public's interests ns affected by their operations. 'It is hardlv hel'.eved possible that the I'resldcnt Implied that the present Administration intends te linther a policy whteh will denv America's vvuik era the rijht te cen'e work lellectiwlv and te determine for themselves the conditions under vvhiih they will give service. Yet the language ut.sl leavis little room for a different loueluslen. Rail Decisions L'nsatisfaUety "The decisions of the Itnlliead Laber Beard have given satisfaction neither te ; the workers nor the management. They have tended toward n mere gen eral demoializutlen of .morale of me chanical forces, and the subject of coin- nenaatlen for services lias tiei eii.e a tltft.v of Trlends. Hener for Philadelphia Girl The honor whfch Miss Mnnlcv re dived is known ns the "Oak Leaf." awarded te that woman member of the senior class who is outstanding for Iej altj. nhelarshlp and service. This is the first piescntatlen. The honor correenends le th "Iw Medal" which has been given for mnn'v The wheel lind u diameter of 100 feet nnd had thirty cais. Se far as the police have been able te leatti, there were MXt) persons tiding en It. Warnings of the storm had been given bv the drop in the temperature, bj the lllckeilns inln nnd by the sharp gusts nf wind that for mere thnn nn hour before the breaking of the steim li'id ' vntlnurd from Pace One Deen (eii.ii.k '."' euuim, out fncj mmeui e.Mii:r unu niiriuiui vu my fur, iii2 Tellner In the stomach. He died in .'ears te the lending male student of the hospital a few hours Inter, Dr. King 8 Survey Ready for Experts did net believe that whatever steim was going te break would be as heavy and as dangerous as it prevrd te be. He thought the wheel could weather the fcteim: it lind enlv ricently been in spected by the building department, he said, and vv.is in geed shape. Many Heroic ltcscurs Wern all parts of the yntci sur rounding the metropolitan district nunc leperts of beat eiettuincd ami swamped, and of men and women anil children thrown into the se.is and the Hudsen and Kast Ulvers and battling In vain against the heavv seas ihutued up by the high wind and the beating hall and rain. Lite-savers all along the coast made manv heroic itscucs, ven turing out Inte seas that were s high that it was almost impossible for them te make hcadwa.v. l'ellcc launches and fen j beats nnd piivntel.v owned moterbouts contributed te the icsiues, and it was estimated that between sixt nml eight persons weie saved from death. I'eni' -Innil. wheie n throng of a.'l),(M)ll had gathered. Iiuluding 100. OIK) bathers, fertunntel receivid eni the tail end of the storm. Nevel the less the confusion at the resntt was lit -teii-e when the st.ntl.d . towels rushed for shelter. The i.illrend teimlnul was qui. kl evei crowded, hut pieuipc ar rival of police resent--, and their ef hcieut linmllllig of the thrones melted Injuries te any one. West Orange, N. .1.. .lune 12 fit A P. ) Charles Lulu, general works manager fei Themas A. Cdisen, with nis win- mid turee sons, niurewlv c Is the Governer-elect and ail lie- publicans ought te ra'uy around him nud give him all the support possible," Mr. Jehnsen concluded. ' Mr. Pinchot declines te comment upon the victor of W. Hari ltaker as State . hairmnn. Oeerge S. Oliver. Pittsburgh news papei publisher, who created somewhat of u sensation bv throwing his support te I'lnciiet Hi tlie li.ilrmuti.sli.lp ligjt, the graduating class. Hichnrcl Slocum. of Heading, editor of the Phoenix, the college publiiuljen, u-cctved this lien or. Miss Mnnlej is n member of the Stu dent Cov eminent lieard, a member of the Mortar Heard, the senior honorary seclet among the women, nnd is scc letarv of her class. Slocum was enn- inin of the debating team, is u mem- 'list fellow EDISON GIVES POKER QUERY IN HIS NEW QUESTIONNAIRE Alse Propeunda Ethical Problem and Asks "What Is Soviet?" New Yerli, .Tunc 12. If1 ou held tluee eights after the drnvv in n poker game and the man dsnlnst you, one ou had never ccn before, went ln with n pnt hnnd. then bet n quarter, and you had but $10 ln the world, what would .von de, and why? Themas A. Ldisen. In his latest questionnaire of 100 Interrogations, wants te knew. A few ether striking questions in the her of the Delta Slzmn Hhe. the na tienal forensic fraternity, and belongs te the Boek and Key, the men's, senior honorary society. At the same time of the awarding of these honors. Miss I'lsn Palmer, of Fanwood, N. J., received un honor ! would ou de? "Yeu nre a snlesman. making every effort te get nn order from n big manu facturer who Is married te nn unusually jealous wife. One evening ou sec this prospective customer dining in a res- tntirant with it chorus girl. Yvhn': which has never been awarded te u Swaithinere wemnn before. She is u major in the department of electrical engineering, nnd in lieu of being unable was net at nil loath today te express bp n member of the Sigma Tail, the constant source of litigation and im,capcd death etiidn when the mi tarJen.' Returning te illreet labor matteis. organized labor scored a victory, the report snld. "aealn-r eignnlred am paigns for th etablishment of th o e called open shop. "Chambers of commerce riiougneut the'eeuntr, with certain notable ex ceptions, have lent themselves te this disruptive prepaganfla." it is asserted. 'There Is but one answer te the entire campaign of emple.vcrs for the disrup tion and destruction of the lnber move ment, and that is continued erganbn- eternal vigilance aim me nignesr I which he was driving along the Yullev reud, during the height nf the storm, wus demolished bv a tiilllu tree Un del the stress of the gnletveriil ticis were upioeted behind Lulu, and after cv(.ap!nK a cruxh from a i empiu.itlvel) small tree, Luhr dree enl five .vards when n massive trunk was lihiallv lifted out of the gteiiud and na smashed down upon the (in. Luhr was knock. d out nf the mi dline while his wife and his sons were caught lu the wr.ckage .Mrs Luhr was badl Injuied his views upon the situation. He said ".Mr. Pinchot was whellv light m Saturcla.v's tight and the Organization was wliell wrong. The man nominated te thf governorship is the pnttv head for the campaign in which his fight Is te be waged. Uv setting itself up at a Hint of conglomerate head the committee did n wrong nnd foolish tiling nnd set u piecedent that some tiny may come te plague the Organization. "Although the committee took no action in i espouse te Pinchot's de maud that the sstem of assessing vet.rs be abolished, I lune a stieng hope that it will see the light anil cemph with that perfectly right and propel icalie he Is stronger than it is with the pee pie and that he can always nppeal te I the people when he wants te discipline It At the same time the big innjerltv b wlili li Ilnkei wen entitles hltn te , a tan trial as party chairman wheiel we hepu he will make geed." I'inrhet and Miner te Confer Mr. and .Mrs. Pinchot left tJiej Towers at neon today for Uosten te j attend te some personal business. The . plan te leturu te Mttferd late tomei-. I low I On Wcdnesdn gcnernl Amui Miner, defeated candidate for ciinirmaii of the State Committee, will arrive at Giev Towers for nn important lenference with Mr. Pinchot. It Is probable tin will dlcus.s developments since the State Committee meeting, and decide whether Mr. Pinchot shall feiinallv ac- cept Mr Haker ns his campaign chair- national engineering seclet.v, u male seclit.v , was presented with a geld medal. Fellowships Announced Other scholarships and fellowships announced were the .le-lma Llpplncell Fellowship te Davis Matliins Dennisen. "Suppose a certain low feim of nnl- mal brought forth n single offspring once each hour nnd thnt the- offspring tepreduced at the some rate as the parent, starting ns seen ns It was one hour old. Hew long would It take te get four in the fourth generation; 1. e., four grcat-giandchildrcu of the parent? (The parent counts ns the first genera tion and the first offspring comes nt tie end of the first hour. All the animals live.) "What Is a Soviet ?" Art and the Comic Strip By J. P. MeEVOY NOW that the comic strip has been ( without anv visible means of support i . i i ... .. . -., ,iihe exists for tlm sole purpose of pro pre .haracterlred ns nn nit form, nnd U(,injf u,fp w,th ebjecUvel for reinR nt least one of them presented ns a p, Tlls ,ren nau of jumping out of stand The Oigonizntien must ballet. It will be but n sheit time until his shoes at the Hlightcst provocation, that Pinchot demonstrated thnt courses en the comic btrlp will be in STARS, PLANETS, etc. What vogue in our universities nnd discus- nusunnci sees just before. lie jumps out sieus of its history nnd artistry will be , . 'v,. . . ,. ,. an honeicc. item en the programs of our h'lU' mn,,C bj fla,Iren U,rewn women's elub. nrr- x- , i i. i u In order, then, that these of veu 001 -.Neise made by husband re who until new hnve peiused the comic I 'ving llntlren. strip in low search for levity may up- I WI8HAHADANIDEAK Words ut. pieach the subject with the enlightened tend every morning by cartoonist be- mind its new illgnit deserves, vve up-i"r; sinning worn MLJf Whfcf JUtn mL -Wf M r laSQaall kJ OKOQflun 1 1 Ui fjaatLMJO' ' .BBBBBBBBBBBBBa I 1 S jr-i J fir.. X vCJI - m- FeuMrFen A ! emmencement eend the following glessar. Stud it carefiill.v . Glossary AWK Sound made by mnn being lilt en head with brick. t HAM Sound made by brick hitting man en head. ' llhl'B-Nei'e made by man when ' drowning. HLOOIH Neise made by man falling out of window. 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State Street, Chicago 17 Stockton Street, San Francisce In I HLAM ItLAM Twe bricks hlttinc man or conduct his own 11,,'ht with ills two men or wife hitting husband twtc prc-pilmary organisatien. , with telling pin. William fs fJlli Uiancl. tlie .vionigem- HAW The erv made bv the veiinc Hen. t a , a r1 1 A n ,-t t " The Administration of K. Ment IMW 1DEATHS AlD DA MAGE as uoverner et rorie uue was in in deraed lu a report submitted te( the convention by Santiage Iglesins, .iel dent of the Free Federation of Weik era' of Perte ltl.'e He said eiganlred labor In Perte Itlce had been dealt Mtu fairly bv Governer Hell, and asserted aetalf of his federation thnt "se fai aa we have been able te observe his of ef fteial acta in Perte Itice, vve believe erv County Pinchot lcndei. Is cxpccted in On Towers Thursdnv and inav nr live in' time te cenfei with Mr. Pinchot and (lineral Miner before the latter returns le Wllkes-Hnrre. P Albaii, N. ., lune l'j (Jtv A I Twe were klllul. scores Inuiieil ami iirnbablv s' (KM) (Mill iluiniige was i n used b electrical steiuis that swept ever Neitheiu nnd (Vntial New Yeik vesterdav. Floed cendltluiis mewilt they have been Inspired bv the best of I throughout the Mohawk iilhv atatlvei, and that It bus been his aim In S incuse fullv a inilllnu dollars' t promote' justice and fair dealing for 'dainuge was done in the business and wy one." Governer lteilv. in op- usldentliil sicilens, whl. h wcr,. cevend yaataf aeparatlen of Perte ltlce from with from six Indus te a feet et water. tae; United Htntes, .Mr. tgleslas said, , A .New l.uk (Vntial passengei tialn was iilnroeneil In the Inn lauds mid tlie cars flooded. Passengers numbciin UOO were lesciied bv firemen. An oak tree blown thieugh tlie loef of lied Lien Inn, ueai Miimaieueck, carried n stone chimney Inte the crowd ed clining-ioem, killing Mis. Abram Wrniia. of llreuklvn. and her seren- fyear-eld daughter. Several ether dlticls were injured. 'tank a nosltien which hail been mis v?. tailed for IllOie than twentv venra hv if,MRta labor." IZV . vv" -11"". iieuipers took charge of B.y, vuurcuiiuii cue iiricguies rose 10 w& tit ftet ajid greeted tu veternu labor ?m leader nilh liandclnpplng. Addressing iA inicuurm.e.i, ...r. ueuiners saiu Unit lif entaaiaea .taoer was "net in u mood te hai constitutional rights nnd privi '..)f takea from us by any subtle aBHBAatIn n naaimintlnn t9 nn4.n- -. 3 jajawii i . - pwM w yvnw, uu fcJMIMr irhtnct H emanates ' MamtaUaat AJMm1am ftiakut- In Amf.in. Ul favaMtlaaatat of disputes, -but he aald IIiaL jawP" "cawwrence was impossible un- - .-.-. T - .... .. U.. II... ' tw.ani.iiui ptm ut n uuuauty. ' v. ' A'Jaiairtiag thnt labor was confronted Mr.MIempcra ndded that "vve becloud our minds new and feel rM,intQ nny fancied secmity." rataing me uisarraaraent iVon iVen l.'lafr. Gemnera snhl 'hf imf IJMd been accomplished cetripared a iuvtii j "at neeus co ee ueue. lie -MMit erpanbted labor had made wt5 cepinuuiipn toward limit- ltlnghiunteii, N, Y., dune 12. Heavj damage was done ln Chenango Count by yesterday's storm. Mrs. Mary Has kins, slity, was drowned when her house at Smyrna was washed away. At Cortland, Geerge Vantralen, a farmer, 'win killed when n i falling tree struck him und a jeunger brother was injured. The storm damage ut Cortland we9 mere than $r.00,000! Several buildings there were dem')lhed. STORM DEMOLISHES POTTSTOWN CHURCH of the human species. HLL'M IH.UM Neise made bj Hat tire. I CAWrOOSH Neise made bv mnn Minting CHILD A .veung nuUance that has planned ether angling evpulitleiis 'amuses itself b.v hlttln' fathei en head i lieui or he evei da te clevote le his I with a. te take place after his uiuiii fieiu YtVil When piilced ever heads of fnve.iile sport. 'He went flhhlng In c haiacters denotes absence of Ideas en Sawklll (reek earl mis morning nu.l'piut of nrtist. .. jxiriii' .-rnf ew imn Despite his numeieus engng.nientH ill jiCcH' I lIUV 0liIi Mi. Pludi.it continues te Miutcli nn Kosten. 5 HELD FOR HIGH TREASON Twe Seuth African Officials In cluded Among Nationalists Arrested Pretoria, Union of Seuth Africa, June 1 'J. Five pruminent nationalists have been arrested charged with high treason under tlie common law. They include Mr. Mell, n member of the previsional e-etincll of the Transvaal and secretary of the National Party In that province. Dotted lines tibed te show line of vision. XXXXX X's mark spot wheie chnrncter was standing before lie jumped out of picture. WOW Denotes surprise en part of character when joke is disieveied te have a point. WOOF The call of the sausace te its mate. i WIFK A curious creeture in hkhis who spends her time stealing inene opt of her husband's pockets, trailing him around und vvnlting up for him with rolling pin. (See HLAM P.LAM., . HUSHAND A curious cieature. lfftlk.tlrta taanaaadt'. tka.: ...i.l Jaa.. . i urQGir, i jy Pottstown. P., June 12. During a storm of cyclonic fury last evening ac companied by a downpour of rnln which ile a ciQUelDtirst. the biaterlc i Church, standing nn n hlvli Limit. Va practicaHr'dastre.veel, leveled le the at IFeuri? Standard ertne W(H1(L ana . aa7eO'.BBa IBN sB4 1..TB PelT! ' ' tff THE PEN YOU WIULEVENTUAUY BUY Headquarter 904-906 Chcitnut St. Founded in 1865 The Heuse that Heppe built Inaugrurabcd the One-Prico System in 1881 C. J. Heppe & Sen Downtown-1 117-1119 Cheatnut St. Uptown Stere N. W. Cor. 6th & Thompson Su. Special Summer Victrela A real "ault-caae." Victrela just the thins for many uses whemtbartarger Victrela is net practical. 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