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.-i ''Am "titV Itf the weather NIO&7 - i&-l, K vMi n flenerally cloudy and unsettled to te nlflit, followed by fair Thursday; slewlv rising temperature; eentle winds. TKM I' KKTt)KI! AT KAMI IHH U ? ')M nrnnunTTTi'.: 1 1 t - i a 1 4 1 ,-, ! rTTniTflwrrmn?i7 ir.s urn i k i i vt?rM i:t? f, tvT-' ti'fT.V-7. i . ' ' I. '.' I ' MM i hi " liili i ' ' i' I J1', ' ' " ' WWf J'sMill1' I'll if.'' m"'W ., j . '1 .'IJMT'tP11 J ' I ' 'Lj "Bill J"f-iW. Jl. U'j "v rv- .MaaiHiHiiMM jkA i w tu. -J-. v - . . - - v jb" ' m rsa'sw - mm 1 b. ."j" -- . , -L - - . " . r J I - .. II ' ,- " iiT - r - ( ' I T" t mj T a- J rfT a 'iai i ,. aV -.a .V. - --fsTkv IFitttfitrt fflithitt iLeetiet If, " 25 1 r( iUS VOL. VIII. NO. 234 Vl clares Dry Laws De Net Ap IfSy te Liners Beyond Three- '?! Me Limit u 5L- JAKES SCATHING REPLY TO ADOLPHUS BUSUH, 3U L German Friends of Brewer f Would Be Glad te See U. S. &.- ...!- I!..-J i ivmniie iiijuieu i(TAL TO AMERICAN SHIPS :jjin't Develop Fast Passenger Waft, Needed in War, Without ;Metine Foreign Competition v1 , I i Nene Need Ge Thirsty en Shipping Beard Ships yHtrt Ih n ncctlen of the wine My lif the United Stntes Shipping Beard' Iflfcrge Washington : V ChempaHi tl Ofrd'ti 71eub it OorAen Itouire i.voe fl.OO n.ni) n.nn n.nu .i.ne a. no n.ne a.T.-. t LUKnuun. crui imc MilcK'n Wry Monepola rclr l'rlvate Cuvre inntr Ce. Sparkling Heck. (H'ttbtrc tueld) Khil. Dry itttbrUa Muellrr fmmtrv. icrene nature i.ne Spirits nncl Mquem Tr Drink iU0 .-'0 .-'0 .an .se .-'0 .no .30 ce)ch vhlfky. Dlack nnd While. . tcelclt WhUky. Cnndy MarDenald latch wlilnkv. J. Vlkrr IntcN WhlFky. llainr & IlalR ieetcn AVhl'ky, Canail'nn Club. . . fti.h mhluky. JnmeBfin's iMrictn re. Old Charter (M Amfncnn rc. nieuiiniuut; rrvvntln. Slenhattnn. Martini.... OackUlla. Drenx. Old l'"anhlen 30 Oxktilln. Clever Cluh .1.'. Ittr. tr .3 Itr. slang 10 BMr.' ptr .4 Itr. Rlasa 15 Bnr. Drtailcr's lMlincr. per qt. ,kttl 40 Mr. Drttsler'a lMlaencr, rer p'nt r bettlft S3 elvtlier brer, per Pt. bottle 'JO fTherc nrc also Burgundies, Ithine- flw, Moselles, crmeulb, pert, , Berdeaux, glu and nlc. -' yMtb Associated rresa Itten, JunO 14. The Shipping (.'(olds that, "neither the Velstead arthefUtgtitecntu Amendment ijyimt7,Cha1rTOnii IiTsltcr de li today in it letter te Adelphus jeh, 3d, vice president of the An :Wir Busch Brewery Company, of St. nfemnrmltig reports that nlcohellc rwnkt were belnir aerved en American I Vm it ben, Mr. Lntker asserted that Lw 8hlpnIng Beard hnd nppreved this item "both from the standpoint of right mid from the xtnndpelnt of life and security of our national 'Mtthint marlne " l"Tu Shipping Beard has permitted iiiwfll continue te permit the serving rJf liqner en Its ships," he continued, CT'lenf as foreign flag ships arp al- Si ener nn" depart from our jhrn exercising that privilege." fl Utter te Harding yfitr, Iaskcr'a letter was In reply te f eommunleaUen addressed by Mr. gre te President Harding with ref- te olceholie drinks being regu JW lerved en Shipping Beaul vessels It let. Thf. ITIflltrfl lin1 lnnn MfflM..i1 I JLS?' J""' Sh'l'P'ng Beard .chairman IB?,.B'' s,nc, 'he President is un- I latmlntt .,1.1. il. ...i. : i. I, tPLii i ""' e buujvl-i jeu cover. 'J""" wiis true, Mr. Lasher said, ri,n ABHlstal,t Attorney Oeneral. I W Hie nrehlbllinn Inws worn nffpeHvn - . , -.- ..,..- .,.u .k., I'lJLi i 7v lcan R1PP'"S wherever opcr epcr I Ilea, the nrrspiit leneral contiHel nf thi JJlpplef beard, his two assistants and chairman himself were convinced tilt mink .... .,!! . .1-. I hutd a V ' "lu" was nor seuniuy I' ni I, M.ufu me im-iiniuii ilL," "'is as regular equipment of W Operated linilnr llin Knnr.l'e ..iiui.. '.W'fef use, however, only beyond iii'"mVllu"al coastal line. lii"! Pf or chairman (of the beard) ' 4W1 1KN11PII Mw.Iah.. 11 .. il. - 1 aakl.. . : """ mat inn i-aimer 3ff!01?.nu be respected." Mr. Laskcr 7 Wiu , ".'. lrue tlmt ,n fact during Z sm ? Administration in se for as 2 ewpping u0Br,i operated nesseneer y unuer was served. ' tulinn ,iT i,,,lls "'"Peu'd of your con . ion that we are breaking the law BftSSJ? ,,,c -iractical M , Hllpplng Is Essential in TT c I'ft&mV v,,u!,!,ul P'n'Uni? hefore fr"! HOW lirnvlillne- , ,. rSin' Ite'i1,1: ." . '! '"te law tMiVt .r "" i America (aH ex- tllennl lif . " """ i"""i u our Sat .l.lw.her" n established mer- WtJTn ri ... '" "Msciuiai for our pros--Kin tlm TJ ..P.c.,,ce end our Pretec- & & 8,"V is " PSRCtinl or L7J1 tl,ese lliajer IlUrnnsPH n h., MKen.ni. n .T ' .' '" I " tllM tad. ",,.'.:.u,"u"""en .Possen ENT Brl Sin i PVf thls tyPe Sbutfu?.in..i'tts 2.-0, whereas we JfeaS.t'Sa.n' cvcu Brenter 'Mn7.,0;i? s Great Britain. .Tan.tn. .h."l "vrmnnv n. l... : .:i ' MMn nais"CJ T8Crve "I"" te UK?.. .V. my. experience lead m n lfctt. withm? KUfficle"t .,,ubep of Iti7r.l,L",tbeut prener nr de in !,;.. rte thePf0 wM divert their Pt enV?a iL"!'0". w?uM be '"n r&t1 0 U- H. Marine Ifi I it.bc fc.V0 Bp.cnk Inadvisedly PenentBr . , '""s a leregn of .V ."" factor In the life nr P f the American ineivhnnt m.,in0 iw ?e long ar foreign ahlpa are ! " Twatr-ftw. Cd Pl r $ IE OF LIQUOR iNU.S.VESSELS 1- i . . . ' - 2 - ' CnUred Secend-Claaa ITatWr it tha PeitefTIca at PbIIUIthla. Pa. vnatr th Act of MareH 8. 1S70 As Busch Sees U. S. Prohibition Afloat J. Interettlnl fitt bcirlnl en n Imperunt iubjet. with documentary tvldanee uKtt -. ANHLU5ER.-BUKH. Inc. IT. lOUIt. V. $. A. This cartoon was en tlte front, page of the pamphlet sent out by the Anheuser-Busch Company, con taining correspondence concerning the sale of liquor. en United State Shipping' Heard vessels. This cor respondence drew a scathing reply from Chairman Lasher, of the Shipping Beard, today. Crozer Seminary Professer Is Denounced by Baptist "Fundamentalists" By the Associated Press Indianapolis, .Tune 14. Inspired by an address against the theory of evolu tion delivered by William J. Bryan, thcFundaincntalist group of the North- cm Baptist Church planner aggresslve f ta I mOCWKVcffttBHmM MOVE TO ARRAIGN VEDDER AS HERETIC action ln.Dehelf ef'heJr t deals-at. thr.'dlsmlisaHn that'beth men, if desired, opening of the fifteenth annual con ventlen- ,01s the church today. Mr, Brjan's address was delivered last night at' the closing 'aeaalW ItV'tne" tblrjf annual gathering of the Fundamental lata, held In anticipation,. e,iilA'47nuIn reinvention. i" " "Deiermlnatlonefthe ,rrJnr?nTfiefttn!- lsts tp work throughout the conven tion, from its beginning today until the close en June 20, 'for the correction n9 ci4i.lt flrMra In flnr.ffi.lnrt nml nriinHpr' as are new obviously Injuring the ei, ganized work of the convention, was expressed in a resolution adopted at last night's meeting. Arraignment of Dr. Henry Clay Vcd dcr. of the Crozer Theological Semi nary Chester. Pn for his alleged teaching of heresy te students of that institution, wiu intimated in a resolu tion which declared that "there are still notorious instances of false and subversive teaching in certain of our schools and seminaries and our work will net cease until these men are re moved or the schools tolerating them stricken from the approved roll of Bop Bep tlst schools in this convention field." Immunity Bath Frem Sin Dr. Frank M. Goedchlld. of Brook lyn, N. Y., announced that he would attempt te present the charges against Dr. Vedder te the convention. Dr. Tedder Ik reported te heve the sup port of the seminary in his teachings. Dr. Goedchlld denounced him before the convention jesterday, basliig his ntV-k en the phrase "an Immunity bath frei sin," which Dr. Vedder uses lu his writings. The Modernist group, representing mere liberal views than these of the Fundamentalists, has a large following among the 4000 delegates, It is said. A financial campaign In behalf of the New World Church movement is also te come before the convention. A goal of $100,000,000 has been set. Formal opening of the convention, fol lowed by organization of State delega tions and addresses en religious subjects comprises the program for today. Elder Bryan Assails Darwin The subject of Mr. Bryan, who is an elder In the Presbyterian Church, was "Tinkering With the Mainspring." "The theories of Darwin are being dis credited mere and mere each day," said he. "The theory leads te a denial of Ged; Darwinism transforms the Bible into a story book and reduces Christ te n man's level. The law or principle w carefully worked out by Durwln is even losing its weight with the scientists as a treacherous teaching. "These who belie in Darwin are trying te retain evolution while reject ing arguments that led Darwin te ac cept it as an explanation of the varied life of the planet. Seme evolutionists reject Darwin's line of descendants and believe that man, instead of coming from an npe, brenched off from a com mon nucester further back. However, cousin ape is as objectionable as grand pa ape. Mr. Bryan nlse assailed several col leges and universities, including Yale, Columbia. Welleslcy and the Univer sities of Wisconsin and Michigan, which he declared criticized him because lie cnlled attention that professors were teaching that the Bible is nothing mere than a collection of myths. STILL WRECKS HOME Explode at 1015 Kalghn Avenue. Fire Dees $600 Damage An exploding still in the home of Jehn Koelinik, nt 1015 Kalghn ovenue, re Kiilted In a fire this morning and dam age te the house of nearly $500. The entire wall of the rear second fleer room was blown out. When firemen arrived they discov ered seven barrels of mash In Kooll Keoll Koell niks cellar. Prohibition officers who went te the house were unable te find Koelinik. rrrrv eckan citv trains, , Fannaylvanla . A. ut. June IH. Hourly .....i. ...in., tmmt MSrauKh Iralea from ra:itt.;wHw suteral I mill iraa rn m .n. - - LIEUT. HILTON REFUSESTO QUIT Declares Cortelyou Cave Him Ne Reason in Calling for His Resignation COAN WILL FIGHT DEMOTION ORDER Dropped With Leary te Rank of Patrolman in Crusade en Vice Police Lieutenant Andrew Hamilton, of the Belgrnde and Clearfield streets station, has refused te turn in his resig nation demanded last night by Director fortelyeu at the Mime time that he de moted two ether lieutenants te patrol men. Hamilton said today he docs net Intend in rc'gn without n fight. "Ne reason has been given te me for requesting mv resignation," said Lieu tenant Hamilton, "and I will fight It because I think It positively unjust." The request that Hamilton quit, and the demoting of Lleutennnts Patrick .1. Cean and William T. Leary foreshad ows n general shake-up in the Police Department, which, it is said, will in clude n pe'lee captain, several mere lieutenants and n number of sergeants and patrolmen. As evidence that the police ax Is about te foil in the crusade against Inefficiency in the department brought te light in the drive against gambling and vice, the "lay low" order haa gene our. Director Cortelyou asked that Lieu tenant Hamilton leave the force at the end of June. In reply Hamilton sold today : "I have net sent my resignation be cause I thiiiK that the net ion taken against me is particularly unjust. I have been given no reason why my res ignation should be requested, and bb I have been commended at various times both by Mayer Moere and Director Cor Cer Cor telyeu. and have always obeyed the or ders of my superior officers, I have no Intention of complying with the request without putting up a hght. Likewise Cean declared that he wIU .fight the suspension order against him. "They hnven't set n thing en me," he said. "I was suspended because I nm a friend of Hnrry Trainer The punishment meted out te Cean and Leary is the severest ever visited upon n police official short of actual dismissal. The demotion U mere severe than would have been entitled te pensions at the lieutenant's rate nt vaiary. It was the second demotion for Lieu tnnant.Tiparv within a vear. bavlne been previously. dropped" from captafn because of, lnemeieney. v" Among ether nonsatienal develop ments yesterday was the recemmenda tien, for dismissal by tho-Pelico J!rial Beard of Patrolman .lames v. Mellen, specially'' assigned te Captain Van Hern's vice squad, for disobedience. A n'r .. . emmrHWfcccuw nAmrAufc "Betty Sneek-urns" Gets Out of Cage and Terrorizes Ceney Island New Yerk, June 14. Betty Sneek -urns, the biggest chimpanzee In rnn. tlvity nnd which weighs 150 neunriv had her revenge last night. She get even with all the people who for many years have stared at bcr through the bars of her cage and made funny remarks at tier. ne get loose at Oency Island and took charge of the place. She ran the resort for almost three hours, ehas. Ine everybody out of Fcllmnn'a riding en merry-go-reunas, nnu sliding up and tiewn tne giant racer. Betty was captured at last, but only when she wondered into a buthroem of Petersen s Hetel, te turn en the water. having had tremendous success with faucets nnd spigots In a Bowery restnu rant where she r-tnrted three big urns spouting ceftec and shied a plate at a policeman who took a shot nt her SUSPEND PATROLMAN; SLAPPED WOMAN, SHE SAYS Alse Declares He Was Drunk Pe lice Surgeon Declares He Wasn't Follewlnir chnrces that he had slnn- ped a woman in the face when she asked him for Information. Jehn F. McGinnls, a patrolman attached te the Fourth and Sn dcr nvenue station, was suspended today by Superintendent Mills. According te Mrs. Julia Carrell, who lives at CM North Fifteenth street, she approached McGinnls yesterday after noon and asked te he directed te 0 trolley car that would take her home. In reply, she alleges, McGinnls slapped her. When she went te City Hall te com plain of the attack she told Superin tendent Mills that McGinnls was In toxicated. Detectives Garr and Test went' te the patrolman's home nnd ar rested him. He was later examined by Police Surgeon N N. Frcund, who said the officer was net drunk. McGinnls will he summoned before the Police Trial Beard te explain his actions. FLAMMARION 80 YEARS OLD Men of Science In France Hener Noted Astronomer Paris. June 14. (By A. P.) Ca mille Flatnmarien, the .noted astrono mer, will be the guest of honor at a celebration in the Sorbonne this evening en the occasion of his eightieth birth -day. The most prominent men of sci ence in France and the members of the French Academy will be present. The reflection of a selitr ccllnse In n pall of water in the yard of his father's home In his native village of Montlguy-le-Rel, Haute Mnrne, was respenslb'e for bis choice of n career. M. Flam. rnurlen says, at an age when he still wus wearing skirts, no was deeply Im pressed by the various phases of the ccllpfc, nnd us the sun emerged from the penumbra he decided there and then te bcoine an nstronemer. He was then five years old. Intruder Found, 'Won't Talk, The burglar alarm In the wholesale jewelry stere or crrtinantl Dillshelmer, second fleer of 710 Chestnut street, rang about 7 o'clock lest night. Policeman Cassldy ran upstairs and found Peter Scunmlce. Klgfath and Walnut streets. Sciinmice refused te state why he was there ne was arretted, cnargeu with - i Ji PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1922 Athlete Elopes ROBERT G. STAT.ZELL Penn Charter football star who eloped te Elkton with Miss Ida Galbraith, of Lausdewne, Pa. Beth he and his bride are eighteen years old BRIDE PUTS"L0VE BEFOREFOOTBALL Wife of Beb Statzell, Penn Charter Starr Says Scheel's Less Is Her Gain ELOPED TO ELKTON The plaudits of the crowds and ador ation of fair ladles are no lenzer te be enjoyed by Rebert C. "Beb" Statzell, eighteen-year-old football stnr of Penn Charter. Henceforth he will have te be con tented with compliments and honors bestowed upon him by his bride, with whom he eloped last Friday te Elkton. She was Ida Galbraith. also eighteen years old, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gnlbraith. of 74 East 'Stewart street. Lansdewnc. "I knew Penn Charter will be de prived of a football star, but you know knew one can't be two things nt once," said the bride this morning when asked if her husbnnd was going te continue his studies nt the school. The youthful Mrs. 'Statxell presented n pretty picture, standing In the door way of her parents' home,, where she and her husband are living temporar ily. She Is of medium height nnd the proud possessor of block bobbed hair. Her blue eyes sparkled as she told of their sudden decision te elope. "After nil." she said, "there was jiethlntr startUrir nbeut our marriage. We simply decided te marry, "and then'l after it happened we informed our par ents. 'We had te de It. because both lour parents were opposed te youthful marriages. "It wasn't a chance elopement, for Beb and I have known each ether since We were in grammar school together and he carried my books home." The couple were married by the Rev. Daniel Ferbes Lockerbie, eighty-feur-j ear-old "marrying parson" of lOlkten. They Intend te start housekeeping In their own home in Lnnsdewnc in n few weeks. Statzell, who was captain of the Penn Charter team last year, made it clear that he had no regrets In renouncing fame en the gridiron. He was very much contented, he said, with the new arrangement, nnd ns far as he was con cerned Penn Charter could elect a new football captain. Beth bride nnd groom are well-known in Lnnsdewnc. Mrs. Statzell was uctlve in Red Cress erk during the wnr nnd she has been an active worker In the interest of the Lansdowne Pest of the American Legien.. Her husband, who is n junior at l'efin Chaiter, has been playing football since be was nine years old. F. C. PENFIELD IS ILL Fermer Diplomat Collapses After Banquet In New Yerk Frederick Cqtirtland Penfleld. for mer Ambassador te Austria -Hungary, Is seriously 111 In New Yerk. lip is suffering from congestion of the brain, having collapsed nt n dinner given him a week age by Chancelor Elmer Ells Ells eorth Brown, of New Yerk University. He has been conscious only nt Inter vals and physicians fear for his chances of recovery. He Is the husband of the former Mrs. Anna Wcightinan Walker, of this city. PHILA. SAILOR DROWNED Wave Washed F. T. Cassldy Off Steamship en Coast of Brazil Frank T. Cnssidy. 3fW0 Smedlcy street, a seaman en the Westkecn, of thp International Freighting -Corporation, X. Y., was washed overboard and drowned off the const of Brazil, according te a cablegram received to day by Ma mother, Mrs. Elizabeth ChshIiI v Although many details are lucking the mother lenrned that the Westkecn was two days out of Rie de Janeiro en Its way back te New Yetl; when n huge wave bore down en the ship nnd washed Cassldy overboard. Cassidy was thirty-two jears old. The Wrong Weman t i the easiest thing in the tcerld te marrn hrr. Talltnte did; then found the right woman, .liid Me wife She, tee, loved another. Here we have 'all the elements necetsary te a dratnatie xtery. Ne author living can handle them mere ikillfullt) than E. Phillips Oppenheim The age-old drama with its up-te-the-minute thrill is found at its belt m "NOBODY'S MAN" IT llEa 1X8 TOMORROW IX TUK iCtiewna Public Sedgci d.i f t i iLaaP 99rQtw btaaaH. WiW'V ' '-IPH ' slf;-' " .. : aaa '' ' .iBF NOW ON US XI II Don't Werry, Det,' Accused . Slayer Tells Mrs. Brunen Frem Cell CARESS EACH OTHER IN MT. HOLLY JAIL Powell Taken te Scene of Crime and Is Said te Have Made New Confession Mrs. DerN Brunen. widow of "Honest Jehn" Brunen. s.tln River side. N. J., showman, was taken for n brief visit te hr brother. Hnrry C. Mehr. in the Mount Helly jail, follow ing her nit-pst Monday night for com plicity In the murder. This was learned today, sifter a denial ytsterdnv thnt "he had been permitted te see Mehr, who with Charles Powell, a former circus emplejc. Is in custody for the mmr crime. After Mrs. Brunen had been questioned by County Detective Ellis Parker fol lowing her nrrcst In Camden, she was Jed off te n cell. On the way she begged se caserly for a few moments' inter view with Mehr that her wish was granted. It was fl o'clock when she was led te his cell In the jail. He was pacing up ana down the short nnd narrow fleer of the steel-barred cage. She was startled at the change in his appearance since his nrreM. She saw a man thin te the point of emaciation, with nerv ous glance and bloodless face. "Why, Harry!" she exclnlir.cd. "Helle. Dettle." he answered. "What brings jeti hereV" " Icnme te see ou." ie.pended Mr. Brunen. trjing te smile. She reached in through the bnrs and put. her arm about her brother's neck ifiid kissed mm. "ion tiiUn't think Id desert veu, did veu?" she asked. "Ne," answered Mehr. returning her caress. "But you didn't come te see me. Dettle. Yeu wouldn't have picked this hour it's way past 0 e clock. What's wrong, Dettic Tell me." "They've Get Sle,. Toe" Mrs. Brunen looked nt her brother for fully a minute without answering. Then she said very quietly: "Well, Harry, they've get me. feo." "The you say!" nnswered Mehr. startled. "Don't worry, Sis." he added. '.'Everything will come out all right yt. They haven't get u Uiing en us." "I'm nor worrying any about my self or you. either," nnswered Mrs. Brunei). "It's peer old mother I'm worrying about. Yeu knew ever since they locked you up she Ima had one heart attack after another. The dee.r 'ter has been te see her almost cverv day. New. when she finds out that they've arrested me, tee, I knew It will just kill her." "Don't fret. Det," said Mehr. try ing te quiet her fears. "They haven't anything en us you knew we are In nocent. And don't break down." Mrs. Brunen premised that she would keep up her courage, and with a back ward glance nnd wave of the hand te Mehr w.is led away te her own cell in nnether part of the building. Prosecutor Kelsey suld today he had talked the case ever with Governer Edwnrds in Trenten yesterdav. "Thc Governer hailed me," he suitl. "and called, 'I sec you've caught that bird.' I then went ever the evidence with him. I told the Governer the credit belonged te Ellis Parker. "I de net knew when there will be action by the Grand Jury in the ense of Mrs. Brunen. Detective Parker and I will decide that. We will act as we think best In the matter. "There will be no mere arrests." It became known teduy that Powell, whose confession that he had murdered "Honest Jehn" Brunen en the premise of $1000 te be gUen him by Mehr, led te the lntter's arrest, has made a new confession. Powell wns In an vicedinly nerv nerv eut state when lie was ai rested sev eral weeks after the murder was com mitted. Gradually he has been recover- tiiK mi nerve, ieiccuve rancor let him lie II llttln lane at that point, wiieic the lnunler car waited. The visit te the Biuneii home ua n somewhat ghostly iiflair. The lieusu is vacant. Eer siiik of furniture lias been removed save thu chair in which Brunei! snt the nlglit he wns shot from behind. In llie chair is the cushion stained with his Meed. P.ewell led the way te the house and showed the detect 1 is where he had steed outside the kitchen window when he pointed the shotgun at Rruneu's head nnd fired with I he muzzle almost touching the glass. Then he was taken Inte the kitchen. His e.es fastened with a horrible fascination en the chnlr, the one grisly reminder of the crime. Went Powell suld Parker has refused te reveal. It is mules nod, however, that Powell was se moved bj the visit te the scene of the crime that afterward he made a new confession. Whether or net this had an) thing te de with the ur rest of Mrs. Brunen is n matter of con Jecture. Parker will s.iy nothing en this point. , PRAISED FOR HEROISM Corener Lauds Youth for Attempted Rescue of Capsized Canoeist Rebert Thompson, 4'2 Siilem street, nineteen-year-old jeuth who made herdc efterts te rescue a capsized ca noeist from the Delaware River In last Sunday's storm, only te lese out when a few feet from shore, was praised by the Corener's Deputy at thu impiest this morning, DO VOU WANT . ITbr.il AUTOMOnil.E? The elaMllleil columns et tht Public !Ur lilt aemt nt tha tel bnriatna te I nwjkt B Um4 Cara en para q spJ 20. Adv. nlene until lie wu-, recovered full v. then 1 kcu nnu neaten ie tne smewniK near According te Mnier Wvime chief 0r i "onereu witn tne degree et doctor or questioned him again, nnd finally took ' Tl lrt.--feurth street and Mantua uvc- ceuntv detectives. Ri.ikiMiderff and his !"ws '" "lp 'n,-uing. Prpf. William him te revilt the scene of the murder. I nu(. i associates tleated Sl'00 IKV0 worth of 1)l,n,R'' u graduate of the class of 18f):J ' Ge Over Scene f Crime As Brereton lay with his face and " l ,h,N V.,,J " "Pr-entntlen ?"'"" ."!!;,0' 1,' "J'JTr The trip te Rivers., was'nade las, ffifiSj! W 'i,!-. . Vr, " "" " W"C"a feft Hnnl aieTthe' Friday night. Detective Parker and hlsj "" r , 'Uu.fa' '' I "rnkonderff. who is ,,,ni-ed w. degree of doctor of science, assistants took Powell In nn automobile "d ., wnilet kPS . conspiracy te cheat and Iifml f.se In ,,u "n H'c honorary de ft t"ft?n. ""owing back the route "'' After the foetnads tied I'.rereten ' P1. nnd fraud e nt L ? , "" of l"''t0'' of 1 will be con Powell said the murder tar had taken .... Ytt,7p " , .l0"' "I'.-rlsV 'no tne, le "'" hnlil in isl'dOO ", , i , ,," '"T'j nn' ' ferrwl en Dr. Jelah 11. Pennimnn, " arrehB10"Cn """ "" "lght C t " t' eTh. " u h streeT' n, d '" hearing ".Tune i, "J gl a ! if ,n v ft A r"0" S'!" riVT Parker's machine which ,n.,i,i, hmwester avenue station. Sergeant ""''"w in Central Station. 'Iw " -Mellis Ijker e. the Sate the Znl used by the . ur.leer n vy and Patrolmen Met 'all. Ander- .nrrM , lietl Ceuntv S,ip,em? C ', ." (,;erRe,A- Ipfi; uie one usiu e tne murueiei. wm . ii,..,..... ,nr,,.i i,llnl .. ,i,n Detective Osechle en .L ,,.""' ' se', professor emeritus of anatomy, will Parked at the. identical spot about two- " ' ' ""' "rewn htartnl a liuni ler the .lel n I eucl er V "- " imHff tli.- I.onerarj degree of doctor and-a-half squares from the Brunen '"l1; , , , . ., , , sixth KtrWeV ,, i . ,.'.' ! N,,rth ()f science home under the cnnce'iUni? slinli..,. ,.J They leundcd up Charles leji. I.nn- ,lll s',reet. nnd I-rank Welugartner , , . , . , ., , ,.?e i.iK..1 !' f .'"TV. S.' V faster avenue near Thlrtv-slrth !:...! '-"'"bard Miwt near TwenM.il,""1'! . At this innrnlng - exercises thu cl.ap- Publiabad DllyExcpt Sundy. wepyrini ivz' uj 'My Werd America's Oddt-m DEGREES Says Titled American (xirll ........ qw pfTIUM Prifii7iifinn tl Kntltlf llnrn. a f IIIIUII I mmm-j "". -, Thinks Pittsburgh Girl Here Frem England Despite Law's Restrictions, Still Has Sneaky Feeling for QUI Sed "America wits it (iicnt nlnce te live In once, but giv i r.e England new," laughed Lndy Thornten, wife of Sir Henry Thornten. K. li. I'... England's "American knlslit," when she unlved in this city ted'iy en leute fiem Eng land te visit lief parents in New Castle. Pa. She was n Pittsburgh girl, while her husband is u former Philndelphlan. Lady Thornten, win. Iier daughter Anna, nrrlved yesterdnv in New Yerk en the liner Majestic. She will remain in the I.iiited States about three months, being-Jniiieil here in Sentem- her by Sir Ilenrv. The latter went te Knclniiii rifriii u ,.., i .. ..i . of the Great Eistirn II:illwn, of which I he is the manager. Me v.iis fermerlv an efficinl of tlie Pennsylvania anil I Leng Island Railroad here. 'a sub-ldiarv of the Pennsylvania. ' lie wns culled te Eii-jlnjid te improve conditions en the Greni Eastern, nnd was se successful that he was among these mentioned nt I lie "New Ye-ir's Honors" thiec tears nge. when King Geersrc knighted him. "Yes. we are English new. nnd we intend e leinnin English." said Lady Thornten. "There was really nothing else for us te de under the circum stances, j en knew. "As my husband put it. 'One cannot be put up at :i club forever without paying r.nv dues. Se. ns our Ihcllhoed was in England and nil our interests there, we decided te make our home there. Sir Ilciir became naturalized, as he felt he ought te assume his share of the respeii' Utilities. "My inuithii iinmeV" Lady Thornten LAST-MINUTE NEWS KELSEY WOULD SEND MRS. BRUNEN TO CHAIR Prosecutor Kclsejr, of Burlington County, New Jersey, said today he will try te send Mrs. Deris Brunen te the elcctrk. chair for her alleged part In the staying of her husband. "Hon est Jehn" Brunen, Riverside showman. Kelsey said counsel for the defense plans te ask for a change of venue. He will fight the move, he said. CONVICT HELD FOR SLAYING IN PRISON Pcitre Marene, n convict in the Eastern Penitentiary, was. held without bail for the Grand Jury by a special Corener's Jury, sitting in the prison today, in the death of Francisce Sals, 23 years old, stabbed te death May 31. The charge against Maione is murder. During the Inquest It developed piisencrs nt tfce penitentiary nie allowed te carry penknives. GERMAN BRAIN SPECIALIST CALLED FOR LENINE BERLIN, June 14. Anether German specialist lias been sum moned te attend Premier Leniac of Soviet Russia. Professer Flcchsig has been n&kcd te leave Immcdiatcyl for Rus&in. FIVE BANDITS BEAT Themas Brereton, Hamilton St., Found en Sidewalk en 34th St. SUSPECTS ARE CAUGHT Thema Brereton, nu electrical sup plies salesman, :!."1!1 Hamilton street. rattled with fhe footpads at 2:,".0 o'clock this morning until he was J N Montgomery. Lambert street near Sus nuehanna: I'rniuls O'llaia. Thlrt T enve O'Hnra's iinine nnd th.. ntml. men searched his lmn.n .1... V, , V. . Patrolman Hurt Beating Out Flam Ing Dress of One Twe children who played with matcl.es yes enlay are se badly burned they inie die. Four-MMir-eid Mnrgaiet .lull,,,,,,, 1RI7 Durfer stieet, was in the back, vard nf her home when the lien.l ,!.. off one of the matches and set tire te her dress. The' child 11111 screaming ' thrnugli the house until her father ex- 1 tlngulshed the tlumes. She Is lu the ' Methodist Hospital. (iertruile Sveiibeck, five jears. Ill,", 1 Oirard nvciiiie, wnN burned in a sinillur iiiuiiner. Piitrelmun Harry Lewis, of tlnn iiWl-neteil In- (he .I,II.IV t..- , tne i-ii'Miiii nun .leucrsnn streets sta- inuuaged te tear off the flaming dress 1 ,.w.., ............ .- .... ..v... r Pl..-itll. , but lu doing se wns hlimelf binned. THB OB Yeu ark i.ueKiMi i ur si.v I page ae, Adv " '.""na .", ,n ""P wanted co umna en ' AND ROB SALESMAN IN $200,000 FRAUD .iiir, iiniinruwii iiiieiu iin.M's, gae mere tlinn Clilint T.. i , ., . . 'luiiy-clghth street near Vine, and MinxrLn. Tehn Marney, Thlrtj -ei,!,,!, st.ee, near terd-Itangj.,. l Cem.Ian ' M I.1.1.I..I ,. ,.i r.;.;,. i. ...". ..." ",r '.'-'..'."" ,u ,M '"vcsieu sjs.,ihi i h,.-. n ll lllllll Villlllll" 1 "III lilt' I I II 11 III lllk hi III! I.' -.- ing te the reef. company paid eight 1 ""Vpiit''rHvWHi,lu 1 '" w" IVI-Fn. the eu'tstand ng t .. ina1a.r,i ! ! ' - v:- ."iI four '! 'i!";!; i ::i'-, fi,,re ,,f ;h,a , ,,.rei?1 1 i..,ii,i.,.i .1... .1. ., r M.ini-,,iis 111 n eeenu rear '" lmlil muivei. 01 viuuib iNe-i.m, ine . i ident lie I tin He prisoners as the men According te Mnlnr Wmi. the .lui 1 Mnnchuilnii lender, has been chosen ' t who had attacked and .ebbed him. , lIpmN ,r,t ,;', I1"";i,,I!:;,UJi: l .Mlnliter of War in the Peking Cab" ? TWO CHILDREN BURNED :&." ateS7rj7nViiS,?''? 'MZ I I PLAYING WITH MATCHES n,'.''?'".--"-': -'V ! '"r. Iv.Nr'rerV,, t, ' t ulfctlpllen Prlc, 10 ; Yr by Mall. iuuub fc""" LaaaaaHkaw , THORNTON suld 'Whv. It was Virginia Blair, nnd i was born near Pittsburgh. .m.v pn icnts are Mr. and Mrs. Geerge D. Blair, new Hvlnc In New Catle. Remember, vt" "'-' net'turned ngainst America in ""' un-v- 0n,-v having nil our interests '" England, we have become English, just ns English and ether nationalities who emigrate te this country are expected te become naturalized here, as they nre en- jeying the benefits of this country. "England is n most delightful place te live In. A glorious country ! Really. we love It. Peer, dear United States! J.leerty is nueui gene ever nere. "At any rate, that is the way it seems te us. Really, people leave here and go te England te live, it seems, ns seen as their wine runs out. And It is nethln;; but leglMntlen here nnd legislation there and restriction upon restriction, until our persennl liberties ever here seem quite dissipated. "New. In England justice nnd right seem te rule supreme In the pcrsenul re ntlens of the people with the Gov ernment. The courts function smoothly Centinnrd en Pae Twentr-feur. Column Hlx iARREST PROMOTER Oscar Brakenderff Arrested in Reading After Year's Search by Detectives OIL SWINDLE CHARGED A ear's search by county detectives ended in Reading last night with the arrest of Oscar A. Briikeuderfr. a stock promoter accused of swindling Philn- ueipinnus. Tald Ileally at rirs I'eiigiierty. in his nnf. " V' .'f... " "". "'coiperntiMi in :.'"'." "' " .Vrs iige alld failed two I liien no iiii-i.i.....iu were declared and stockholders' miir i inured, the were quieted with a report i the Standard Oil Company was dicker- J JaaaQtfHaV' V'LLLLLLLW UiaVrlakV - skaHI WFJM ''sLLLw Wm-;', :- 'Vi-'il - lm PHBRi)fcwasWis8 'eiiKiieriy, in 1,1, nfTiilnvii ..!., 1... 1 rni iivii. ( 11 1 1 h ' .. .. iMiiiin .1 iiiiii t - 1 ( ti ar 1 - ... iiimii ."in . i ii i'ii nil 1 I'liiemiu nsMtiZT-trWr1 't V Ting-Fang, the 5? ,, f b m , " h, ''', , f,'r l'","l!" M",iH,"r "f t hern gev- ' '"' i'"1miih k, nut that the Shncke- eminent ut Canion. refuses tlm eHlce fl t'' SnAn''1'' llelllln" l'111', ' r-.tMMl,000. I 1 Signs Went I'd anil lwu.. Welngnrtner, lu April of last M.nr w,'nt Ul '1'cxas with a part) of ether' Mispieleus Investors. They found the1 P'eperty with gushers spouting oil and big signs announcing the name f the, Shackelford -Ranger Company, " hivcft litutleN by county detcctiMs disclosed that the sips hnd been elected ', '" ' , ,l ",". ,l"11 "" t ciune iiewn 1 tile Ill'Xt (lll.V. . , , ,'. t 11 is aiiegeii tne company , '"rrt''. neui options en some of the I' "i-ny nun innt tne e pnens nun ex WsrrnutH wcie obtained for the prq. ","i.c. "u" "inve tueii a seiircll lias been 1 beta ,.nade through, several States, 4l " , PRICE TWO CENTS Wl hall Ul I lal Greatest Class in History of University Takes Part in 'Deuble Commencement' DR. PENNIMAN HONORED; IS MADE DOCTOR OF LAWS Dr. Weygandt and Dr. Stengel Are Orators of Day at Twin Exercises PARADE IS BIG FEATURE E. T. Stotesbury Among Re cipients of Special Awards Conferred by University Seniors in the college, the Wharten Scheel and the Towne Scientific Scheel of the University of Pennsylvania, re ceived their degrees today at the first unit of the largest cemencement exer cises yet held nt Penn. This afternoon the men of the Scheel of Education and the various profes prefes profes fienal schools will receive their dlplo dlple dlplo mes at the second half of the exerclset. The enthe number graduating today from the University of Pennsylvania, nt morning nnd afternoon exercises, totals 111)0. with an additional 311 who receive certificates of proficiency, innkin ga grand total of 1507 men and women finishing their graduate and un dersraduate studies today. This morning's ceremeniul, held in Wclehtineii Hall for the first time, in stead of the Metropolitan Opera Heuse. as has been customary, was both color ful and interesting. Exercise Hall Is Crowded The small senting capacity of Weightman Hall, compared te the great number of persons who desired te par ticipate In the exercises, made it neces sarv te held the two sessions. The hall, which lis the University's g)innusium during the scholastic year. was crowded te capacity long before the marching column of block-gowned undergraduates entered the building. The spectators were ranged around the three walls of the fleer en tiers of seats that rose te the wlndowe. The great central space was reserved fer-tbe frrillmriliv nlnaRM. uhe filled it com- AS SCHOOL ENDS ..1-...1 l-... AnH.nnl ...aaa Af v. pieiciy. ii urn'.", i-iuuim.-.. uiww ' tVy' mviieii biiu niwuru iijtiirrc. The hall began te fill long before the time set for thp opening of the certj monies. 11 o'clock. At the same tint the undergraduates were assembling In the open space behind the Housten Club, and the professors and trustees In the nearby classical building. Last Parade of Year The academic precession started from the Housten Club, the senior class president, escorted by the University Recorder and a stand of colors carried by members of the R. O. T. C, leading the way. Af er the long line of seniors each class bearing Its red and blue guiden, had passed the classical building, the members of the faculty and the trustee followed with them the candidates for honorary degrees. The great audience in Weightman Hall steed ns the senior filed in and took their plnces. and the seniors in turn remained standing while the trustees and members of the faculty passed te the plntferm. i Because the commencement cxer cis.'s were arranged in two sections, two commencement orators were selected. Dr. Cornelius Weygandt, professor of English, spoke nt tills morning's ses sion, and Ir. Alfred Stengel, professor of medicine, will address the graduates of the profcsslenol schools this after- . neon. Fire Get Honorary Degrees There nie fie honernrj degrees conferred today. E. T. Stotesbury wss Centtnucd en Fair Pour, Column Onr GENERAL WU IS APPOINTED MINISTER OF WAR IN CHINA j Dr. Yen Is Acting Premier Dr. Wang Named Minister of Justice istcr. has been i ('appointed te that pest in i ne new centrui government. Dr. Yen also 1ms been named Actinr Pr. inlcr and is expectr,! te be made Pre-" German Ship for Ireland Seized by British Warship Belfast, June 14. The German steamer Stella Marls, bound from Handling te Cerk, was stepped, by the British warship Danac, Twe shots wcie fired across the bow of the steamship. ' Eater she was towed te a ship .Mini for a search of her cargo, t WtaM m Matwk af 'wtltmm:' . IUUI wi "in," iieiii;iiiimi I III 111 HUH - I.ilai f .hit nxMiiiiiirifii, el.--. !...... -.' ..!. I. . T I It t v think off ytUTim.iiVa.- ix rtM ?t ri - uJ SfKl1 I ii,' 1 Ii IHJ mi M 'JUl ii 1 tjk m an v. a? "aj -! 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