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wmsmm f rt.n",.?1" J uVif. ir-T. i, :' i m-3 tr uiwpvttr.&s fe . v ., j THE WEATHER , , neutrally cloudy nml tim-ettled to night nil! Thursdays probably Htit rain; lltttlei change In temperature. TKMIT.KATl'IU; Al' K,i II ii(K It mtbx S JJ LUJA-J 1 1 a ii 4 i n i IB 177 170 180 181 81' 1 1 VOL. VIII. NO. 246 pni....t . . ... '" "" Dggtm"t' ;' 'tljr M thr t'estnmce at Philadelphia, lg Under the Act of March 3. 1870 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1922 Published Dallv I'.xccpt Sunday, Subucrlptlen Price 10 a Year by Mall. Cem riant, 1922. by Public ledger Company nnmw mnr- nMira'-.W " rWi?hHkimz!iWmftrm pv r ' ' J h. Mi - NIGHT '-'M EXTRA 'm 1 sjs tcuenthe Imbue v r . TrO a,wa . ' i i'w'-1BKI h m T.r. " CRIPPLED GIRL SET LIFE TERM Breeding Over Club Feet and Harelip, Gave Tablets te "Get Out of World" HORSHAM YOUNGSTER DIES . AND WOMAN SURRENDERS Slept Behind Doylestown Jail All Night While Police Searched for Her C . ; TELLS OF MORBID LIFE ; Daughter of Philadelphia Man Sobs Out Confession After Night of Mental Ageny 'itailfrJn lier own mentnl and physical .Infirmities mid feeling thnt there xyns ...e'nlacc for her in the world, Himiin W f.A1. nnrn rlnnrllv nnlsnn tnliletH tn five. jtar-eld Aline Mnrlc Vnn Hern nt Her.ihnm jesterdiiy, se the police would pet her in jail for life. This 1m the confession of the woman te the Abing ten police today. Mbs Mark, wlie is twenty-six yours ld, surrendered te the Doylctewn po lice this morning, was taken te Ablng Ablng Ablng toe nnd questioned. Hhe told of tragic clouds thnt lind hung ever her life, nnd kev, amid the disorders of her bniJn, the had reasoned it out thnt she would b happy nnd contented In jnll. If she poliencil a child tliey would put her there. Se slie hilled little Anne Mnrie. "I did net mean te kill her," she moaned. "I thought I could get help in time." While the police of two counties were Marching the count ryMde for her, the demented woman was steeping en a woodpile in I lie rear of the Dnlestewn jail. Afraid te toil who she wns, or whit she had done for fear of being Ijiiched, she waited until morning. Then site get a pnsserby te guide her te the jnll deer, walked In and calmly jave herself up. It was only when jelling of the poisoning of the child thnt she lest her self-wntrel. Wanted te "Get Out of Vurlil" "I wanted te get out of thltf world." she said, "1 felt thorn was no place for me here because 1 wan net bright, net intelligent, and tlieic is no room for ueh pcopie. "I went te Willow Greve Monday and bought some tublets. They cost me tlilrty-live cents. 1 tried te com mit suicide befeic, when we llveil at 1001 Huntingdon street in Philadelphia. I put a gas tube in ni mouth, but mother found me. "I did net huve a revolver with me Jtsterdny. as the took it away from me. I had one liefurc. 1 had the tablet!', and I don't knew ju-t wh-it prompted me te give them te the little lirl. I thought it might be better if I went te jail for life, whete 1 would be out nt the way. I did net want te kill the little girl. I thought I could get help fur her in time, and then they ueuhl put me in jail. "I took the little girl for u walk and Save her the tablets. I told her they ucrciimdj. Then I left her. uud went te the lielle.v. 1 K0t en beaul the liolle for Dojlestewn, and I went there. When 1 get te Doylestown I went ik'tir minv ii lii. l.viiv Min-i.liv U I (lid net tell 'him what I luid done. .Ik i wm mini wiiut tue gin nail inivcn. While he was, culling up I went away. Tried te 1'lnd Jail "I thought that I had better give 'njself up, but 1 didn't knew just where 1 should go. I saw u big building. inu.li I thought was the jail, ami I awed a lady about It. but she said no. It was the Historical Museum. 1 talked ylth her it while, mid idie usked me hew I became, a cilpple. I told her thnt when 1 was u baby my slMer had dropped me. "I asked a Negie boy where the jail Continued , llgr -01lri ciuniii fhrcr NORTH DAKOTA DECIDING McCUMBER'S FATE TODAY Chairman of Senate Finance Com mittee en Anxious Bench Farge, X. !., June I'S. illy A. P.) lln iMttiti ihii.. J...1. ...... s.i i.. . i... Ann.i.ii.i ,.... i . i . ;..'.. ."".".' . Rue secMiiL' iieuiinu- , "no en net llclielH, l(i)lliiciill and hfineirntie voters f Xerth Dakota ent te the polls today te make neinl- lltltluiis for I'llllcd Stales Seiuilni- I 'mi. Sre&sin,.,,, Mllll, e(Il(.(,rH and ' legislative undceiiniy pests. l'lrst inteiest centered in (he ceulest ter lenonilnmleu of Senater Perter J. -"- iiiuiier, elm rillilll of the Semite I.l te conic In, independent Republic, l,i! iudc i-v, ..,,, ijeiiieerati hmil .!'" '"',"K" M" ,l"' 'Mc'Alalue peme through .1 tear deer anil ran- Tn- ..tlln .n,l,p l,0llt", '"'I Hi-' Unss "" the only things stolen. POISONS TOT TO 'Once Ceinuilttee nlin , j f Sea Soldiers ai uevvyaeurg ri.iciitc luoiue-. ine ii.in.1.1 -"". ,7,,., .i.. ..I....,, i.pr,.,,.." .'if eitli V-Ai. ,. . .. ns eril s llg b.uU and feri h in il he,l oienn r-iu-i.ivv. .-s.unn liiilule. ,i tei te, the Item, i. .... i' i ' oiipesed for .,,, pnPmatienR I There nie hfly-lliree prisoners, in- less ubeut mono than I he.v did ntumt liiikei. of Ninth n r (.up; Chit- )," lrvic te locate the burning us.,, the odor of gas m 'il,u, ,,,. timl - r rZl11' Wl'fl11 b.v Lvnn Attack Formations U.ding nine women. In U,e j,,, Vel", the iimr.il ereel f .!" iS l"' '- '"" V nlir.. of i:s, Sn,..N. ' a , 1 v , lug Rugg.ni , mi..,,,., i,,s ,, "' ,. 'arils,; ..,,"' (,"nt,,'""J'!ml :N",.V Gelt.vsh.irg. Pa.. June .-( llv A. ,,.,, wh Kill p.lsoners in J ,,u arv safe and ....liuar.v a thing outlaw, v ,. hi ig : lel.n t.ar.l.ic. of New Y,uk ,j , , , ,, , peli.e. Mvll.n' .' Tl., "''.".'.T; ,'"Ul (,r,,ns,," V' P '-Maneuvers kept the two reg- The gua.ds .epert free-unit mi, ,,et Mn MonIce. Sevent.v -live bundled i.dh.rs Civ , a summer Kes, : Arthur ,,. ,, " J1 ,"5 I i.i.!." I il.l.. t. de "mine I'ai'elm.n Wngn. . . cam . . Kali.-. Met', Iber ",,l,,m 1"ha,,' M'm'""'y t0 m ... f n.a.lnes. in camp heic ,d- lameng tin prisoners regarding ,he ,lcn ' would Ini.db . " ' "!1 l"" " ' JJZ ,,n,, V" ' '" " ''!" '-"'"" - W- "e jl ii.llaBl..r arrived I..,,,,.. n am' ""I '"' Lastern part of the lic.iv min of last night dienclied he , """MvheA H de-lrable ler piliti.iil or muideier s hand. Thiee l.nlln, nana. O lAimiMn. ok hour bin wnhnut mn, tle. wlille league strongholds in the ! historic battlelield and much of the "l """": ""'" 1;' ,, ,,. ,(.wls te prove hew inef- been exploded in II. Thiee leimiliel MUB; KILL J. WUUIMU 0 ""l" '"" "'""'" ""in iVeslern sum. i ii i i ......i. ....... .linn, mi kel'l'v L'l-ennil. I). : .. . . u ...'- int.. . ..' Vli.i... ... ii.... 1....1 1 . ,...,..1, 1.. .. . e en in . ut.. m ..... ..... in i (it ill r. itu inn . iinir. iin.i . i.im.i in ..k ' 'n..A d .na nAn'i Ha 12 i i i.. i. ... i.. .1... .....ill., seien leu .in cric.iiiM. 'I lie nm. I him e.t n n .. i... t I'usi-e n inun .1... I..... i.. i ..-. ,.,... iaiis cvncftci 111 i oicieling me men " -in. ,,,,,, ,,,..., , ,., ,, ,,.. ,fl, .. , , .....i..., " i Ilerl III. . line "V- IV .X ') luce ... ,,v.e iiuin ue nm m i ii.ii-nii iiiiin ,e lerl candid " " u . ,., " ' . . J. ,r the sham battles of n.-M Men.lav Says When-Asked About Theft 'T !" Sv"" C7 vV a , a Is , ,: ! Ve, s l,.r ...' i ," L!!li persons weie 1M and t..,,tv -Ih. at Grave Thrown Inte Panic ds- el .lie ,,e,-k. wl.e.e I... c-elh, the lc-iig,,er have ,-nleied the Deme-I and Tucsdav. when General Pickett s M., Anna Ainlle, Walnut stieet, le . uestieiis people ti-U in ie when I that t mers decided it was a .leu.' """"I;d at Annstadt jesterdaj when North Rers.-n. . .1 . .Im,,. -js , U w "" '' "'" ' Malic pi miarles. (-hinge will be icpiediued. ,,,. Tenth, iisteti shed the police this' .. ,-(' bandit r in Mexhe behaving muiikr b.v person or persons unknown 'i1"' ,"""' ,l"''1. "" '' "''.?ul ,lllr,,K," A P i A holt nl lighining siru.k li , -',,. r,A..n . , - - ,".,. .w ,' Iniernln by repenting the tlieft et n, ",', all the inoderallon of .evolution in I ,.,,. .... . ,.. "' clemo.ist.ai.en In connection with the .nlM.. .i1.u.mI the umie. taker .,.' TRANING CAMP CALL LOOT J RRTU CT UnMC Scranlen. Pa. June US. - ,., rner , lll(.i ,,-,s e lace f. ills and geerge?te, 'AU"ie. ,.., , U, C'M"" , assassination of Dr. Uulth.-r Rathe- ,111M.,, ,,,,. , ,,. ,, , UUU v. 001 H Ol. HUlVlb Spreitl anti.mmed te.a that Governer m.t, about !!-. P Consider the cir nsliii.ces that pre- , Wh. u asked te give his veisl,,,, of , mui. the (leriuan 1 ereign MlpMer. ,. ll(1,h f S.iiah Gall t West 1era Baiey Asks Maver te Se I-:. Lee Trinklc. of irglnla. xv u.il.l be i Tlie peli.e pi .-serve c.mfesr., ,e(. ! 'ie i il e laid. Thln-js had b i going tlie murder. . II. Demund said: ! The demonsttaters pievleusl.v had hk. n. wes being low-,. , int., t ..,, ,. uaney asks mayor te Sp Diamond Rings Onlv Thlnn T.kM ' '!!..! hV..i S'" '! ""! ... '. , 1!,:,lV:,. TH ",l,,;,",,,:.'....,'' .'. .a.her smoothly for. P.esideu, .OI.re- . ? '''':' '!'': ':.', '. " I"- ! fc1 , ''""l".."").,.. ",,,,i. ,V"i. "" .."f . '!' '' '.-' H-M. -,.-,..,. ,.. ,.:.,,,. Recruits n Philadelphia k.. a . . """ "" ',".' " i. leisiiieii. "" "' -si" .viniies ,,, 'iMiillelis Hint we Ha. been '.V'", .. i "",' " """ V "'' " P i".""' ; , :; ".". " ; uuv , n ne.-ame kiiewii i.mIih Miiiei i a. c .. Minlev . ci by Ransacking Thieves ..irive te niteiid the eueaiiipme it et the ,llh, ,,vvleilge of the nightdress was hi! ,,sed did net come off. Rven the ',',"l'1 ,' '"'11',,"'i Keeping il,,. Mere membeis f the Peeples ,,,,. ,i ., ,(l ,l(1..r ,,,,, , , , n.an.ling -Ih.ei ..f Hiii.l ,e,-pK a n (linmend rln-.'s. valued a. W.T.. ' .."I'J"' . "T J"'! !Z V, '"'I'V." V'1"" .T.1':. J"".' ',' .'" .'. '': v:,.,,!,re1"' .'""! 'mndlls w s piug In .he IUIIk Mil,, ; , ' " '- -"-. 'ate. I .m;;.. W"u . !"J" "i,,,;;iI 1,,l; '": I""!.. .he .ia.es , .,,. f,,,,,, " f . atnn I.... ..,.,-, '.Ma iy..- ;..,-, i re,,, he home et Mr. and '. .". . , V ... ... V , "" llli:.,V1 , ,e !".'" .7. ..." "ii"' l","0,l had sett', d down le. I nue a sage and ""., ',,., ,"-",. 7:; ,.",. ......hi t .. tiiiiieiiiu m i'.m.h.m Me i-.-i " ''" "."' '!""P f iV.7' ' ' .Mi'Aliilne. IL'l Seuth Plftv- ?",M ,'" .' ".V. . .?.. " " '" """.'. ' '.' u iiilriet. the .Mexl.un ceunterpari of . , . i . i .ci. .f.'."".i ,,IM111 .,..., a,.'., a. j. .,.,., '"' niieiu-ci Alter Hi,, mi h rtal.ei the nreiin. e i . in uic nia-iis' mint ' slle.-l,...co,,i.:,e .,, ,,,,(. IIM..IU -'. AhMii u. . m i e BI .. Ihe nn .-x-IMesldeul of the I'nlle.l Slates ., , . ' ' . ,....., ' T" ..,"""'. "!,s ' .. . ... s. ... V 7 . ' . . ."" . ..'. ', , :' '".ev.-... I. i , , , itnimng .- vvlii.-l. will he ceiulti I'vin limn llllllici, .ii"r '"! -"nm .. ...i..u. ........... ..i ........ 1.1...1 iimii ' 1 ' n 111-11 ini' "' " -'"'. -...... r.-,- .-tmi- niuMti u 11 in.i hm in l. POISONER AND ?' iy-:wy& The tent home of Ixxin Vnn Hern nt Hersluitn, where bis five-year-old daughter lay dying after eating poison tablets given her by Kmma Mack, shown in the Inset CAN'T RAISE HIS BAIL Coatesville Bank Embezzler's Brether Held as Conspirator Geerge Newlln. brother of Raymond New lln, confessed embezzling teller of the National Hank of Centesvillc., Is unable te get $2.",00) bail set by Fed eral Judge Dickinsen. New lln Is charged with conspiracy. After the theft of S227.000 of the bunk's funds was discovered the teller made a detailed confession implicating his brother. Tlie brother was arrested yesterday in New Yerk and brought here by n United States marshal. He refused, te pose for newspaper photegiiiphcrs while his atterncjs have silenced him us te all facts in the transaction. .fudge Dickinsen refused te lower the tin it en application of tewlln's counsel. Unless bull is entered for him lie will be taken te Mejamensliig Prison until the United States District Court con venes In September. Tin prisoner Is slender and six feet tail. He smokes Incessantly nnd reads the newspapers. VANISHED REALTY MAN'S FURNITURE IS ATTACHED Furnishings In Camden Insufficient te Meet Lewest Claims The furiiltuie of S. (J. Hurst, miss lug leal estate- dealer, of 14 Hudden avenue, Cumden. was attached today ns the icsult of action bj these alleged te have been 'duped by him. I'ut the goods are net of sufllelent vnlue te meet tiie claims of the lowest cemplaiunnts. Hu rM disappeared after obtaining neuilj $10,000 from several clients, it is alleged. Wiils of attachment weie issued en complaint of Mrs. I'lieebe Hewitt. -lO.'i Chambers avenue, and Milkiu Sum Indian. 10"0 Cuipeiiter stieet. Mrs. Hewitt said she gave Hurst SI 7.10, for which he liiaile no accounting, and Samueliiin said Hurst defrauded lilm et $100. VATICAN ENTERS PROTEST ON PALESTINE MANDATE Letter te League Objects te Dom ination by Jews tienevu. .lune . (My A. IM The Hely See readily ugiees that the Jews in I'uleMlne must have equal civil lights with ethei nationalities, nut It cannot consent te the Jews enjoying n privileged, preponderant position ever the ether nationalities and faiths or te the rights of - hristlans eeing iiisin ticientlv safeguarded, the Vutltuwi de clines in a letter te the League of Xn Xn liens. The letter, wlilch is signed nj ar- (Ilnai vi.isp.irn. iuii MTiiuiij in wind. .I.. uly with the iironesed Uritls h l i . i i i i . ...ix.it. i ii ..r mainline ter rniesuue, vviiicu it sujs i .' . ..i . i. .. ... ' Palestine seems te estalillsli the aiiseiuie cee neinlc. aduilnlstiative and (political pie MbOHw mK-,'V( ' ''MmSEi'tWWmKmmK hWlTrllliillnT EM penderauce of the Jewish element te the1,,,,! proc 1 along lines which will in- detriment nt ether nationalities. Iho Mire the nubility nf Investments. sj0 it A. 1 il ..,,..,. it .llW.tlllll. IU il.'lits of Clilisliillis, tile letter sils the i...i ...iniifkt fuiiibiitit tn Mm mtfinstq van"" ;.""". ."- , " .", ;;. ,. v ':; i l tue i minim-' m-iiii, ' i" commission, as proposed In Article XIV I "'f tin piopesecl inundate. IUDIMCC TO RPPRnnilP.F "IHn''I,, mnutTTe rTuAnrT-iis UtlN. TIUM:i I O unHnut I spite this, cllerts were iimile te speed 1111 the actum. Machine guns we.e used .' - ... .1 ...1 1.1 ........ I null l.nin line i.iiui iiuk in. Kin nt-.11 1. v ,vr vmi.iiwoei. ill nil ei me eiuuimii. n .- ""- - j is new up ie m. i.iiviuev, they sav, te net in conformity with Article AMI divulge his plans for the Russian re of the Tientj of Versailles, which gev- , rmi-triic-tleii which the Soviet govern gevern govern ei ns that class of mandates. ,ml,t deslies ie have Ruiepe linnnce. Ceniernlng the protection of the ................... ...,-.. - .. . .. mi, ....M..W ....... ..w .....v.- ...1....II. ii. ......... ........ ..--'- ---'. .... ...... . . ,-.--, ...ii. ii,-... i'.a .. . .. . ,B a... L..uii..ir.c. Linuncu .....i .iniipn... r .... . ..... ...... .... ......i ... 'i iinl.iul.i lynlrm 'I'e Jciiiniiiiii.I in. ie nulling IIeIIiIh lri.M-1 cscru iinlt.H will lci. VMIilHU.nl CrcHl, Htundui.l 'I'lint, H ,11 1'. .Vr., Tuenluv. July 4, nnel 5:S8 A. M . WeUmwlHy, July B. for Market St. Wtinif. l-hllada. .ted-. ) n VICTIMS HOME 0. KSWORLD FAIR Takes Lead Among States in Indorsing 1926 Sesqui- Centennial A concurrent resolution Introduced In the Louisiana Legislature te author ize lndnremcnt nnd full participation bv that State In the Scsqui. Centennial I'iXlilLltlen, lins been passed bv n unani mous vote of the Heuse of Itcprescnta tives. The resolution Is new In the Louisiana Sennte, where immediate fnvornble ac tion Is expected. News te this effect from Uaten Iteugc i;i being nwnlfcd to day. 'J. Ills announcement was authorized n.v Jeiin rrcdoriek Lewis, t,the Execti tlve Conimlttee of the Fair Avsociatien, lindll reccllit of iiotllicnlliei finni Jnlin It. 1'orez, of New Orleans, leader of tin ueuse. Mr. Perez's communication states: "Just as seen as concurrent resolution Is filially passed by Senate nnd signed by the Governer. I will have the Score- tary of State fervvaid your association a eer.in.'cl eepj . ' Mr. Lewis and ether directors and efhceis weie iiiiHi gratified by the prompt action of the Magnelia Igis Cnntlniinl en I'acc Four, Column Twe HAYS TO ADDRESS WOMEN ON MOTION PICTURES Federated lubs Hear Producers, Exhibitors and Censers Chautauqua. X. Y.. June US. (Ity A. l.) Motion pictures had the stage at tediu's sessions of the biennial con ventien of tin General Federation of vv (imcii s Clubs. Representatives of the pieducers, exhibitors and consels snekc. uud teachers and women club members led discussions. Tonight Will II. Ha.vs, president of the Motion I'lcture Pro ducers anil Distributors, will speak en "upbuilding the nallen's life through I motion pictures." lednj rtt;.c will bring le a focus the contreversj between the advocates and oppeueutM of cciiserMiip and be tween these with celilllrtilig opinions concerning the means of co-operation between the fedeintien uud members of the uiotieii-piuurc industry. Further ilisciisMen and lin.il action by the con vention in r- pec(ci tomorrow. 'SHOW MONEY. THEN TALK.' SOVIET SAYS JO POWERS 'Produce Security First,' Retort te Russians at Hague The Hague. June :!. lily A. I'. I "Shew us tiie IIIUIIC.V and we will talk te j mi," Is tin challenge of Maxim Llt Llt vinev, head of the Russian Soviet dele gation nt the Russian conference lieie. te the repieseiilatlves of the F.urepcun Powers; and tlmr riert is: "Shew us proper securitv and we shall then talk about money." Consequently, the Hague conference Is starting in much the same circle as that around which the (icueu Confer ence revolved. ' t The Russians will meet the suli-cem- mission tomeriow which is liuiusted jt, t. settlement of claims aiising fiein the propel tj et foreigners nation- for consl.leiatieii of the Russian debts, There seems te be tin endless chalii ( f proposals and counter. piopesals. The ' ..:... . iiritn-ii and etner. delegations miv thev ,.,,.,.,,,1 .n,.i.-n .....,.n.in,,..,i,.ii.... . .!. . i. ..;.. ' : " "- " illi-ll. imn,cis te let Kussl.i have meiiev and cicdits until Russia shows a dlsnesl. . 1 tntl til lll.'llfll mllllt lrJ . .1.1 .klillrvii.ln.w. . . .. STERN TERMS CUT CRIME Population of Camden Jail De- creases Because of Heavy Sentences u 1.. ..f .. ...... I . . l.ll,., : In C., 1,1 , c. '," ",V. ". believed 'te be responsible for" the blc decrease in the number of prisoner i( nm (lining the , nst six UlnL b IMIUnlUtlbbb bTOLEN ... ... .... 1-r.r.p-M K-.. . Wl.f.i jeu ll.li.k of wrlllm; thli.lt of WIIITINe! , XVhltlnu I'aeer Company, Adv. I III' COIII11.V J 1 ' "' ' -. .. , t , ,. tenUniml en Vsv Twe Ce miiiii 1'eur ' - -!- 1 I 'miliiiiiiMl ii luci Tun. I'liliinm Ti. 1 " Ul,r 1 SISTEliS SOUGHT IN AUTO HOLD-UP Police Seek te Learn Whether They Lured Men te Ambush Where They Were Robbed ONE VICTIM SHOT IN HAND; SUSPECT CAUGHT IN CHASE Policeman Investigates When Yeung Women Flee Scene. Twe Robbers Alse Escape Twe attractive siMers. Deth manic I and the mothers of children, nre sought by the polleorOiJio wish te question them about the held-up early teditv of Rebert Arihln, .1120 Wyalusiug ave nue, and Stanley Moere. 'J.TJ7 Frank ford avenue. The young women, em h said te he about twenty-four jenrs old, nic Mrs. Mury Mitchell and Anna Ilrnndlcy, who had rooms at 100S Wallace street. Mrs. Mitchell lias one child, nnd her sister, wiie Is known as "Mrs. Leech," Is the mother of three babies. Mrs. Leech1 ... . . .. .i Heiress Becomes Bride of Hareld was einple.vcd us a waitress nt n res- . . tnurnnt at Twentieth and Green Sanferd Glendennlng , , ' Londen. June 12. Mis-, Alicia .In- ,, , ,, . ,. , Pent, stepdniigliter of tlie powder nir.u- The police believe the sisters may uf(1(.t, ,.,., Af.,,d . dPent. of Wll- have acted as decoys anil lured Arthln ' ining'eii, Del., was uinirled tednv le and Moere te a lenelv spot nenr the Hareld Sanferd Glenddining. of Nor Ner Glraid avenue entrance te Fairineiint , ";. Conn., win. I s a Rhed.v ihelnr Park, where the inolerlMs were dragged " ( .' ,' l'",W' !' V T, i , from their luachlue and lobbed by " l'l s hurch. Kmglii s ; I'lBf; three hlL'hvvnvinen A icceptlen was given in the Hyde Whe,, police wen. te the Wallace ' JM.I. Hetel after the weddii,3 ceremony street house about II o'clock this morn- '0 "' " ,,U"1,,I,,' "f. ""' litlPHioem s Ing they were told the sl-ters. i.ccem- fcllnw-students we.e Invl ed. i ... . 1....1 i,.f. ,.n..,. lun-. Mr. and Mrs. Glendennlng will icslde rledly packing their belongings Ill the loom-, which tlie.v have occupied since April, detectives found a pair of brass I knuckles and numerous skeleton keys. I Moere unci Ailhln were se bucllv beaten that thev had te be taken te . the Lankenau Hospital, where they were treated for cuts and bruises. Ailhln ns iil-eii .shot in tin riuht liaiiil by one of the bandits when he uttempted te grapple him after Pink Guard Mc Innls luid detected them. Suspect Captured In Chase . One alleged bandit was captured after a thrilling chase through the park Lady Jonas. Aiiulral and .Mrs. Nib nml along Girnid avenue, (luring which lock. Ljlwaid lliiidfeid. uncle of the inanv shots were exchanged. He gave bride; Mr. and Mrs. James K. Hnckett. his name as Francis S. Cltlle. nineteen ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Armour and venrs old. lie told policemen at the , daughter .and llryent laker. Sedgelv Giinid Heuse that lie was n '1 he bride was attired in a Doucet sailor." whose home was in Renten. He gown of white georgette. She vvjie a had been living at 100S Wallace Flemish lace v-ll and earned a Ini.qu.i trr,,tM of white orchids and lilies of the valley. i. .nil.. .,.....'... .-..-. .... ..... A. cording te .Moere in no. i-e, ec- Oinllnurd en I'ncr l'liur. Column Twe MEXICAN OUTRAGE LMOVE Seizure of Americans Appears te Be Effert te Dis- credit Obregon HW INVOLVE MEX. PETEi llv CLINTON V. flILUKIlT SHUT ('erreMKiiiilrnl llvmlius I'-tlillc I cslKi-r fnvriaht. tin. lu PnbUc Luten- cenumiijy i Washington. Jul I'S The Slate formation icgiiidiiig the Amei lean-, luid by Mexican bandits and is waiting for , u'nl.,i f,, the Ameihnn Clinrg" d'Af- fillies ut Mevice, Mi. Suimneiiiu. I he .. ... i.... ... i, ,,,,!. t. nv i '' ' . . , .1 ! Government neie ii- IIIIU ClirilUII. "s mv n." - - . . II. .III! tt II. Ill SIIIIII'I'I 111 the scliiic nf Americans is vviiippen in mvsterj. Tin "cuic of the Ameil- ,.. ,.,v Imuh nellllciil ebieits in view, Iliri n...,. , ami. if I' " '"V"; ' net wish le I"' u'ed bv tin- pieinis. Clnunistanies intending the lanls en Vinei-iciiiis in Mevlie aie iieViillar. 'I he I Ameii.ans in ; , , bnniHth appear. fr nmpl.. te ii trnerdlnniil.v moderate. Ihe.v si ie imtv I Americans and nu "il will and all the. . . .. ... .i "SI O.V ll sk b. wuv of laiisein Is 1. 1, mi" pesos,, of les, than SiSOO. Till- sets a pri i n- I.....I 'f-'11' "' Anieiidin. net t" uieuiien tne oil well, which i tlnewn m km- goon measure. . . . lllllll s;i. l-lin-il ...... assuring -afet "f life and piepe,t . Welildu I It ue ine iuem ii.ii iii.ii iiiiiik 1 T.IiS.T,.V . ? " ',V ni,,T, s'OtKHATK l'rlceil HetcU. UIKren . Iruquela. Aiiv. ' IT!. ..ml.. . .iiiiwiiit.ittu u III nln s.lKI te have 'been Jennie Gill, alias "King i when Gleiidennlug. a graclimte or Hart- Jennie." ilo.ved ut a garage ai mouth College, was assigned a a Twentieth anil Green streets, and chemist by the American V , Depart ii limn known only as Mill." living ' '"el.l tii ; the ,1a it e he du Pent Com Cem near ..read and Columbia avenue, ,,- '"'t Rs's , i'',",,,,. who 'l '" . -. . . i i . Iw iiinv nliK-tcPTi varn nf ili nnin In niniKiii tll I Tl ilt 1111 I WIIH'Il 1 I'll f 1 M I - '. rt.. iiV.f.i ivenie id the Fast River "ut Glendennlng. with whom she had from (.Irani i v nue t li l.ast in ,i(( m .. .,.IlU,(, hU) . b f 1 ''V0' . - V ,h, ev b 1 li,..! i -Vfter they leached Lurepe the friend girls . ar ller n e ing . 1 hi I ,, , (.entInui.(, ,, t.nrly ,,, month taken them for u ilde through tliepiuk. (1(l' m.nti ,,,,.,, ,I(() ls . f A POLITICA Her Wedding Day &5i'Bt Tit MISS ALICIA 1)1' PONT Daughter of Alfred I. du Pent, millionaire powder manufacturer, of Wilmington. Del., who married Hareld Sanferd (ileudenning in Louden today, (ileudenning is n Rhodes scholar at Oxford ALICIA DU PONT WEDS SCHOLAR IN LONDON i.. . . . .... . ... 1" Londen, wlieie .Mr. (Jlcudeiinlng will ('".ml win t"'1'- continue his law studies and his wife continue her stud of voice cul- nuptial ceremeiiv : which united an neires-. ie me sn ei .. .y ....iiii inn.l ' airier was of a smelly Ai.ierican ch:u actor. stepfather. The bridesmaid was Miss I III- UlltJL' U" Jilll ll.l. lJ in l Helen Hncketl, of New Yerk, anil the best man Russell Rhodes, American Vice Censul. , Among the wedding guests were Lord ...... i ...i.. ni.i i-i... ei.. i- i mm 1.110 . hhihienuch-.'. .-mi ' Tin romance began dining the war .. AVniilin.iin Sim ,ff eighteen month , was announced. SLAYER SETS FIRE TO Assassin of North Water Gap Pair Attempts te Obliterate Evidence of Crime AUTHORITIES BEGIN INQUIRY Svrtml U mth in fii I'ublu l.eilgr, ' StreuiLshurg. P.I.. June L's. I'red Demiind. piopiletor of a small store in Xcuth Water Gap. and his wife. Maude. morning bj in iinknewu perM.n. i lie murdeier luid sc i the hed en tire with the evident Intention of destieviiu ill eu- deuces of his ( i ime II... 1. I. 1 e . . - ie ihmiiek wi-h- leunu in , e clock V..IJ.....I1 .. .... ... .... ."-nniu,! iiiimiiiiik I! Deinund. lather of the inuiileied man. when le ,.t tll awaken the couple, thinking i ic.c ,.i eveisnpt liei li li( 1 ll.j.ll 'ullrt t heniin . .... 1... snni I iron? I I u Mm K Mm hull..-.. i..l . "'' 'il'i-l Veurse",;mK,r vhlil eigntis nnd making death vlitunllv In- stantuiieeu- in both cases. Their night clothing had been almost limned fiem their lindie-. while il. l,,.,) Petllllll! llKe ,wls ,,,,, nm, ,., smehleimg when dis,meied The walls weie se, . Inn u,,i , , ,jlt nu- u miiiii-h-huv ie set (lie en ""; tiuctuie ,,n 111! As Jfc 1( ,ult,,01..1( - .. (,,,, I,, been netitlcl of u,,. crime. i, . en n t - in rv e .slv ,,.,, wns .'.','.". ."" ' ' '.'" '".""' .vuernev tills JOI. I iHIMSiril ei ri and had net exploded.' he weapon iu u.v nie oe.iies. iQunmaV 'Ihev're nt3rctni Hre paira 20 anl 3i), Agv. iw VITIM MURDERS WIFE KILLS HIMSELF William Ward, Linwood Heights Tearrfster, Commits Act Before Children WOMAN SHOT FIVE TIMES; WAS PREPARING BREAKFAST, Her Bleed-Stained Bedy and That of Man Are Found by Neighbor William Ward, a teamster of Lin wood Heights, I ltd nun i c County, shot and killed his wife. Ill bigot, ut 0.40 o'clock this morning and then sent his hist bullet Hashing Inte his brn'n as their two ,viuniget children ticinblcd in, n corner. Mrs. Wind was piepanng tin table for lirenkfiisl when the tll'sf of live Knll..t iiiii..b I,.... In ihe sliniililnr He- I fore sin lid inevi ilnee mere bullets il entered her body, .rs she fell the fifth I shot pierced lier heait. As the weinun collapsed en the lloer of the liiiiin:: 100111 ard glanced te- old. nnd then walked te the kitchen. Lwv.wnHjug uu . He pressed the lovelver te his right ,, . . , , temple nm tired. The bullet passed ' Rusty Nail Caused Fatal Infection through Ins hind. te Glassboro Child Wind was forty-live ears old and .'enrs, Cmlcr. eleven ve.n old. his vvife was a tew jeai-j younger. He olll(sl)er, X ., . (lll.(, , e -, ,,,,. had been drinking for severnl diivs and .i,u mernln" In tin West Jer-ev lln- quarreled 1,,-t night with his wife. lAV-n,,!!, hi!! ! "hospital, nlmden. frlnu Duelled Kirc :n Wife tetanus. A nist.v nail piei 1 the ,, ... . ... .. ,. . , , boy's feel 11 week uge. 1 yU", i'"''1 ,l"l",nr"Mt,- k,'7fl an; ' Last night the hoi's ,. Min.-n.Nl ,lrt' ,l1" Hlll,1,e" s'",r"-v "f'"r ("lle was taken te the l.e.plt,,!. but was ( enllnii'rf en Pace I'eiir 'eliimn r'nnr ' bo.vend medical aid. will. I Ills ciiiiiui'ii. unci- nun ni .11111- LAST-MINUTE NEWS GERMAN RED CROSS JOINS LEAGUE OF SOCIETIES GENEVA, June 28. The German Red Cress has accepted the recent invitation te become a member of the League of Red Cress Societies, it -was anneuced today. This makes a total of forty-two nations which are members of the league. LIQUOR SEIZED FROM BRITISH SHIP IN BOSTON BOSTON, .Tune 28. Three arrests were made nnd 162 quarts 0f whisky seized early today when customs officials swooped down upon the British steamr Oritani at Lene Wharf and found liquor being passed ever the side of the vessel te an oil barge. The men were charged with smuggling. The Orianti arrived here yesterday; from Jamaica with a cargo of fruit. 29 KNOWN DEAD IN BERLIN RAILWAY CRASH BERLIN", June 28. It was definitely established today that twenty-nine persons were killed in the railway accident north of Berlin yesterday. About sixty were seriously injured. FRENCH RED CROSS WILL SEND MISSION TO RUSSIA PARIS, June 28. A French Red Cress mission will go te Russia early in July, it was announced today, aboard the steam ship California, which is new being leaded with 0000 tens of supplies at Dunkirk. The mission expects te land at Petregiad. A few executives will precede the vessel in order te establish headquartera. UNKNOWN SHIP AFIRE OFF VENTURA, CALIF. Search Being Made for Burning Vessel Lest In Heavy Feg Ixis Angeles, June ' I ll A P ' A ship is burning eT -nlurii I'alit iicieriliug te a radio tin -sage for h'lp nicked up .miv lln. inerning nt the 'sub.naiine base nt Les An es llai her. The siibminine lm,s.llK1. fn,m the Demonstration In Connection With Rathenau Slaying Takes Ugly Turn (10(111 HUM. KSTATi: 111 IKKIMiS .; al-nei ainllnlila. Itcail CiimHine.. tca llntBtn cliisincullenii paeei. ai 3'.'. 33 nml 31. Adv. Wed in Elkton M&l!wmwrm iss: : ' MRS. AKTIIlll SILYKRMAN Ilefere her elopement Saturday she was Miss Delphlne Leeb, German- town High Srlioel girl GROUNDED SHIP FLOATED Lake Vessel Resumes Course After Four Hours' Delay I Cleveland. June JS.--ll!v A P i I After being iigrind for four benis, en )( s-aud bar near Kellejs Nl.md in I. like die, the steamsliip Seuth Ameiicaii. i with .100 pll' sellgers atieaid. was lleuteit ut dn.vbieiik this iiierniiig and stinted .for Cleveland. The steamsliip went ai'muml about midnight in 11 di use fe that blanketed the lake and made slime Jiclits invisible. Dublin. June . An attack begun 1 11 'V nu IT 1 1 I V UI1Y 4 POLICEMEN FAIL TO SAVE MAN'S LIFE First-Aid Treatment Used in Vain en Gas Victim Tin . Units ,,f f,,, , pan. ,1m. mi ie i. - ne mi asplivMatnl mm wen ini.in . .cssful le.lai. w In u Xnt'e'e I'liggim. iweiuv Mat. ,. j, M,mi, i.ntl, I Weill v Mai. old 17'J si, eet. v ns pi.meuuie.l dead in St Agnes' II. i. p ml. Itllggllli H III. .1 hist lllglll hefiue 111 e'. lock 111 Milling out the gll- he ii c iileutallv push..,) ., , ether i-ahe His LIUM I IMIIMU 5 I rilrxtb HtAKSt VI. IIUllMli; I K MS ... 11 , n?'iri,,U,'Vi'!re1nl,,i,.n.m.A'l',,.',,r,.,',,y.',;,imi umveuuir. i-ciini) ivunia HytUm.Alv. FIGHT IN DUBLIN TO GET CONTROL OF Irish Previsional Government Resorts te Drastic Method te Oust Insurgents R0RY O'CONNOR REPORTED WOUNDED DURING BATTLE Twe 18-Pound Machine Guns, Used in Effert te Take Build ing Frem Irregulars BREACH MADE IN ONE WALL Fifteen Casualties Are Re ported Re-enfercements Hurried Frem Mullingar tlj Asieciatrd Prcsi " , "V, ,, ' , ,r,s' ''"I'ubllcau army irregu- hus barricaded in the Pour Courts at Dublin was still In piegress Mt 1 o'clock this nftenioen. Ciider a heiivv fire from ,, , ,,.,,, . ;f , . . .1 , , ,, , " , . " 'iT1" ,S,I"I,S fr,1"" s"""1 nM",rpA ar' ''"er the Irregular t:-u,is. under Cem- inaiidant Rerv O'Connor, weie renerte.l t hnv- be,-,, l. iv.-n te t ... .,, r prt of the Pour Courts Ruil.ling ,,,,d,,!. belief ' that thev iciiild net held out much longer nt .In...., t.i... ... i- i.... . I was express,.,! , ellii-iiil nunrters. low lei Hull, in Parnell Sepinre, held b the liisnrgeiits, nls.i was be sieged and after lire bad broken out there shertlv after neon the irregulars evacuated it and moved te a hotel in tin- vicinitv. when- tlie.v began throwing up defenses. I'neflicial estimates were that fifteen men had been killed and number, of combatants Wounded nil te the enrlr I iifteiucien. iiint It was luini-rcd that emniniiclant Rer.v O'Connor, of the Irreguktis. was among the wounded. The aitlllery fire upon the four 'eurts was sparinj; in (nmntitv, from the desire te save the ancient building ns far as possible, and during the hour horn neon te I o'clock net a shot was hied fiem the cighteen-pounders, from wlili li tin- high-explnsive shells were being sent into the structure. Spectators Wounded Piiisiiiess pi.,eeeileil almost as usual .11 Dublin wiiile the lighting was coin t '"I. The citizens ceiiKreisnted In ciew ds along the (inii.vs anil en the bridge ever the Liffe.v te watch the ptegr.-hs of the li.'lltlliL'. bur there w-iim , little te see. The position of the liuild I ins made a direct uttu.k clilliciilt. The 1 tiaiiiwa.is along the epiajs and en the I heights en the opposite side et the river fiem the lour Courts susp ended sere Ire. bill evcij where else t rathe wns proc ling. I'.ve-n the shops in close piexlmii.v te the Pour Ceuits were open, Tlie irregulars of the Pour Courts were husbanding their ammunition. Their replies te the tiling dining this forenoon was . entined for the most pint te siinrpslioeting b men cenccu'ecl along the route. iiieie were some i.isuulties among the ir.iwds watching 1 lit- lighting, sevi etui speiinl'iis heiu struck b Miipcrsi bullets. Thiee poisons were wounded liming 1I1" morning near Tew Ice's Hall. The I 'lee Stale t nnms were rein- f.uee. I In leirv leads et seldi, rs from Mullliisar nml (eimaiistewu, and tlie ' l'ein ( 'units w.is invested 011 nil sides. 1 Owing te i. iientage 011 the LI (Tey 'nml the mn tow stn-ets Ihiukliig it and I 111 its rem. a direi 1 attmk .iiieaie. te be pre. 'lii. led. j Tlie .icims-s ,n Siiith Gieal Geerge'a . siieet ecc upieil bv tie- f einiiiuii ii parly j and the I. W W ns hcud.piui ters wan 1 I'm 1 in. -.1 after 1 lie Gevei'iiineiit attack ,011 the I'eisi Courts bad begun, anil 1 Guici nun-lit lumps weie tiled upon trmn ihe neulv feilitied Imildiii'.' The Rei.il Dublin Se. ten "s buildings, win. h hud been . Inisen li the Pre isinii,i Gnvei niueiit as tlie meeting j phi. e for ihe new Southern Iri-h Par- 1 llumeiil ne-.l Satlllilll.V. Ii,tvebi"li llgllt- U 1 lese,) nml the gules bam. I as a in. 1 iiiiti.in 1111 in s, ,,,, n 1 1 n 1. bv t lie nu giiluis .Machine Guns I sed Tie i'iis,hi., 111. mud 1 he I 'our ( eurts we. puu.'tuaii'il .it intei-Mils In tlie ..mini el inisiiig shells, ,,iid it was ns ii'ltailled 1 ll.lt Iwo ..iglitceu-pelllldets w.ie in 10 lien Mm bin. guns went In Dig II"'' l Used h ll.itll si. s Tlie .nine ii was awakened by III. dill, mil In Ihe leiiiete suhillhs. enii iittir "1 e'i In. k this inernlnf lliele seeiili d Id le U slnckeillll. Ill the I .11.1 Inn. 1 1 .11. r..i:i. li I .il.iinn Thrs PHOTOGRAPH MURDER SPOT Belshaw Believes .It May Shew Clues In Lawrence Slaying lieutenant liiKliaw, ,,f i.,. niui'iler sipi id. together with nu elhcial photo;. riiphel teiln leMsileil r In- spot when- tin he.lv ei r'eniinoie Cooper L.iwii-n 1. iweiiM one-.vi'iir-e'.l nntiire tlldi III. was telllid lllsl week Ills nhiei 1 was te t iKe pi.- in-, s of the entile si 1 lien between Slunlv Lane nn.l PdiuvplKk C'.ei'l., wheie the Imi.Ij' vvn.s iIim eiei ed In 11 gieiip of . ninpers He belieies i Inn b. iiir.uis of photographs he lll.l he aide le litul linger pi tuts or suliie nl h"i p.isslli'e clue Itelsliaw still uillli'les n, ,u belief that L.iwii-iiie was simt fiem Shady lain- w b. n In- went te ibe ii-si-iie of miiiii- one He thinks tin i,e staggered the ipsed Clin- rea .. or Ing nr.v tied III -I III .Vllgl! Iii a letter lln- Miij.u inmle public- tiiilav (ii-ueial llni e asks tint mare PhlludelphliiiiH lake ailvniilage of the eiui. null ceiupicn COURTS itel im VJ 'I i Jll -! M s . f f 1 ".A f aufiafi-Si .-tx fiVWfcj .V- ' ' 'i V ' s ,., fjetji.1 ....... ,v. t.-iAftiaiSJteflJtw.. BiBiBiBiM w--mi.'.