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W '" ' 'ffip'lttflTtiiii ' THEWEATHEH Air tonight and Saturdays change In temperature; moderate east winds, t TKMI'KJtATUBK AT KAtll 0 110 11 112 I 1 I 2 I (I!) re 7i 71 IT! 171 172 I VOL. VIII. NO. 259 rum CRASH HID TD Weakened Shoring in Old Park- ...-. Onllrilne Snnnnarl Under . wej - a ri Strain, Say Workmen THREE INVESTIGATIONS ON; INSPECTOR BLAMES LABORER Wagonleads of. Police Called Out te Protect Curious Crowds Frem Threatening Walls Sawing through of n .heavy timber by workmen en the tenth fleer of the elil "hoodoo" Parkway Building, under reconstruction, pulled the trigger that caused the green wall te collapse, kill tag two men and injuring twenty -five In the Bread and Cherry streets dis aster yesterday afternoon. ThU evidence It Is believed, will be developed at the tlujce investigations begun this morning into -the worst building crasn 01 rcceni years 111 . mm- The witness who tells of the snap ninff of the timber, after it wen nearly cut through, and of the succeeding plunge of great V-Bhaped masses of fresh brickwork is Martin Carlsen, 3152 Highland avenue, Camden, a plasterer. Ills evidence will be sustained by Nathan Weed, foreman of the brlck- layers In charge of the two-story ad- dltlen te the building that has left such 1 a wake of disaster and ruin since its original construction twenty-seven rears aee. There is a rumor that three bodies remain burled in the debris which has fallen in a great heap, of many tens weight, behind the building occupied temporarily by the Sweeten Automobile Company, adjoining the Parkway Building. , , A gang of a dozen laborers worked steadily en the heap of debris today searching for possible further, victims of the crash. It is difficult te get men te de this work, ns the great pile of rubbish lies in the shadow of the bulging section of the south wall, which is in imminent danger of falling. Hopes stretched across the face of the brick work held it In place. Crowds arc passing asncar te the building ns they re allowed, te wutch the workmen. Three Inquiries Begun The three inquiries which will bring out all the salient facts respecting the crash are being directed by Corener Knight, who is probing into the legal ,, ,nhases nnd responsibility for the deaths ; by Irwin & Lelghten, contractors in charge of the $1,100,000 alterations job, and by Edwin Clark, chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection. Corener's Detective Frank Paul was busy getting together a special Cor Cor oner's jury of bis men te held the in quest. It is planned tp get six of the most prominent builder and engineers in the city te rerve en thin jury. Merris Brooks, :cputy chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection, who Continued en rage Five, Column One 17 POLICE ACCUSED IN VICE "CLEAN-UP" Half of 15th and Vine Stt. Force Are Put Under Charges Seventeen detectives, sergeants and patrolmen of the Fifteenth nnd Vine s streets station, one-half of the person nel there, tedny were ordered te appear before the Civil Servlce Trial Beard Wednesday. They arc charged with neglect of duty for falling te report or raid an alleged gambling house en Sixteenth street near Chestnut. The place -was raided June 15 by Captain Ann Hern. Patrick II. Keegnn and James Hag ferty are the accused district detectives. They are under suspension. The street sergeants nre Geerge U. niuiheiiand, James M. Gregery, James Treston and Jehn Tyrell. s. The patrolmen are Rey D. Callahan, William E. Farrell. Michael J. Beyle, Edward J. Ceyle, Eugene J. Deedy, Ireland A. Watts, Jehn E. Merry, Jo Je seph Cellins, Samuel J. Huhn, James Hareld and Rebert O. Dallas. MOTHER OF 9 A SUICIDE Hangi Herself en Bed Where Twe Children Are Asleep Mrs. Minnie Peskewitz, the mother of nine children, was found dead, sus pended from a bedpost with n piece of heavy twlne about her neck this morn mern lng at her home, 2127 Seuth Fourth (street. bhe was found by ber daughter Frances, nineteen years old, when Bhe TL'Anf kr It an nnnhi ti'nl'A lint J In the same bed te which she was thirteen, nnd Sarah, nine, wcre sleep ing. She conducted n grocery store at her home, and was despondent ever peer health. BOY HELD IN HOLD-UP .Police Think 3 Bandits Used Hlm'te Decey Patrolman Frem Beat While Walter Scott Miller, 4101 Parkslde avenue, was wnlklng near hts home at 2:10 o'clock this morning, he was held up by thrce men and robbed of his watch, valued ut $18, and $2 In cash. Patrolman Kline had left Fortieth street a few minutes before te tnke te the station house a nine-year-old boy who, it Ik said, may have been used by the bandits te decoy the patrolman from Ms pest. When questioned the boy bald his name Is Jehn Heward, but would give no address. The three held-up men escaped In a motorcar. The boy was found by the patrolman at fortieth Htreet and Parkslde eve I nue a few minutes before 2 o'clock. The boy Is described nn three feet three inches tall, weighing eighty pounds and Uks with a lisp. He wero a blue ulft, brown knee pants. He was wilt je the Heuse of Detention awulting tin nvestlgatien. TMNTIO BROAD ST SAID TIMBER CIIY-fl BEM MOpERATaM '"Y",' Y7 7 " c" .. .iV,... Hnu.ii.l. ISL JBlMran-t iroaueia, ui, ,'i I - .itiGW' little north HOUB I 4 I Ci I I Enttnd Bccend-CliM Matter at tlndtr tii Act of Dies in Wall Crash ' ALBERT WESTERBERO He came from Finland about four years nge and lived at 1018 North Twenty-first street, East Camden Only Court Order Can End Con trol of League Island Peel, He Says SEES POLITICS IN MOVE ' Public Welfare Director Wnrhtirtnn virtually delcd Council today ever the bathing bench at League Island Tark and said only n court order could take 1tirldletien of the beach away from his department. Council ytSTerdny transferred con trol of the park nnd bench from the Bureau ef.Citv Property te tTTe Fair- mount Park Commission. The Public weirnre Department had been looking after the bathing bench, a favorite with Seuth Phlladelphians. "That bathing beach at League Island Park was turned ever te my de partment nnd I would like te sec any body take, it from me," said the Di rector. "There is enlj enu place they can dp It nnd (lint is in the courts. "The city 1ms guards en the city property bureau down there. Hew is the Park Commission going te take it from them? They can't move it te an other site. "Why. it's ridiculous te think of the Park Commission ruling League Island bathing bench. The Department of Public Works' pumping station pumps 1,000,000 gallons of water into the two swimming peels every day nnd purifies it uy ciuenne. mew can tney de with out that wnter? "I knew why Council wnnts te turn ever the park te the Park Commission. It is because members of Council want te give out appointments of additional men te be employed there. Personally, I in net interested in politics. When 1 make appointments I take the highest man en the eligible list." Mnjer Themas S. Martin, secrctnry of the Park Commission, said today no effort hns been madp yet te take ever control of League Island Park. The commission will wnit until It receives n copy of the erdlnnnce, he snld. IRONWORKERS QUIT WORK AT CITY HALL Walk Out When Carpenters Refuse te Abide by Umpire's Decision Fiftv structural iron workers erecting new fireproof elevators in City Hnll went eii'striKe today because et dis putes with carpenters also working en the elevators. The iron workers In sisted the carpenters hnd no right te work en the elevators because there was no lumber being used in the construc tion. The carpenters hnd been In stalling glnssuerit in the Iren frames of the doers, which the iron workers said was net carpenter work. FoWewIng a lengthy verbal battle the question was submitted te Jehn Williams, a neutral builder, who de cided the carpenters were In the wrong. His decision was ignored by them, and this morning they returned te work. The walkout followed. ROBBERS BEAT ANG GAG WATCHMAN IN GARAGE Escape With Tires and $8 Frem Shep at 810 Reed Street Blackjacked nml tied in the rear of n garage at 800-10 Reed street by two Negroes who robbed him of SS and then lied with four nute tires, Carmine de Brldglnte, a watchman, lay for sev eral hours until relensed early today. When Themas Amnte, 1827 Seuth Sprtaln street, entered the garage in his machine nt 4 o'clock, he failed te find the watchman. lie summoned Pa trolman Glassmnn nnd they found the watchman, conscious but gagged, en the fleer of n meter truck. . TOUCHES WIRE, DIES Unidentified Man Electrocuted en Car Reef at North Philadelphia An unidentified man was electrocuted early this morning as he steed en top nt u frclglit car near the North Phila delphia Station of the Penns.vlv.mia Railroad. Police think he acddeutly touched nn eveihcnd ficd wire used by electric trains. His body was taken te the morgue. The man Is about forty years old, five feet four Inches tall nnd weighs 140 pounds. He wero a short blue coat, dark mixed tremers and tun shoes. "TOY GUN" WAS REAL Bey Tried te Lead It With Water and Shet Himself In Knee Playing with what he thought was u tev '"'water gun," Teny Didite, fif teen )el,h "''' -W Wl'ht '"'"'ina ne nu het himself through the right knee jesterdny afternoon wiih a re volver. After finding the weapon In a vacant let the boy tiled ie "lead" It in a pall of water, which he was holding un hu lap. He pulled the trigger, thinking fi.ni- tim linvrcl wnnlil fill with water. Instead the enn was discharged. He "" "' "" rm" tipaBflBBBBBBtiaabfeW aaaVPSBJNHaaVilaW. atA v , .ri H' SLfaaH sbbbbbbbbbbl BavaBw jBaBBBSBSBBBt IMUDN DEFIES COUNCIL ON BEACH : iienms fublti: mexiset - - . '. ,&, '4 ' th Poteffle t Fblladalpfcla, Pa. March 8, 187 1 E E s Mary Miles Miller, Friend of Harry Mehr, Being BreUght Frem West Virginia REVIVES REPORTS SHE WAS IN HOUSE NIGHT OF SLAYING Burlington County Authorities Said te Have Leng Wanted te Quiz Her 7- Mary Miles Miller, a friend of Harry C. Mehr, hns been nrestcd in Pnrkers burg, W. Va In connection with the murder of Jehn T. Brunen, nnd is being brought East. The arresct is the fourth following the slaying of "Heneit Jehn" Brunen. shdwmnn, nt his Riverside, N. J., homer en the night of March 10. Mrs. Deris Brunen, widow of the murdered man; Mehr, her brother, nnd Charles M. Powell, n former cences sienaire with the Bmnen shows, nre new in the Mt. Helly jail, charged with murder. Marv Miles Miller, also known ns Mary Mlntcr nnd Mary Miller, was taken en a train early this morning nt Parkersburg and is expected te retch Philadelphia early tomorrow morning. Want te Quiz Her " Detective Parker, of Burlington County has wanted te question the wemnn who was intimate with Mrs. Brunen. Mrs. Miller's arrest revived reports that another woman, besides Mrs. Brunen, was In the Riverside house when n shotgun charge ripped away part of the showman's head. The presence of a second woman there hns been denied by Powell, who, nc nc cerdine te the Burlington County au therities, confessed that he fired the charge through a window. Mrs. Miller wns with n carnival com pany when she wns picked up last night in the little West Virginln town. She Is said te have been married te Guy Miller, of St. Leuis, whem: she after ward deserted for Mehr. Detective Parker this morning said that while he had received no word of the woman's nrrcst, yet he supposed that West Virginln officers were bring ing her te New Jersey. "She may have talked and hnve thrown some mere light en the murder," be snld. It was in n Camden npartment shared by Mehr and Mrs. Miller that Mehr urged Powell te slay Brunen. accord ing te the confession attributed te Powell. Judge Scores Parker An effort was made yesterday before Supreme Court Justice Kallsch te win frcedomfer Mehr and Mrs. Brunen. It did net succeed, but the Justice scored the Burlington County authori ties for refusing te allow their at torney te visit them In jail. Walter S. Kcewn. counsel for Mrs. Brunen nnd Mehr, disclosed today that he visited his clients in the Mount Ilelly Jnil yesterday afternoon. He talked te each about an hour. "Mehr only hns heard scraps of the confession said te have been mode by Powell," Mr. Kcewn said. "But he said what he had heard was ridiculous. Mehr has an absolute alibi and can prove conclusively he wns net in River side nftcr 5:05 P. M. the day of the murder. "As for Mrs. Brunen, I hn'e ab solute confidence in her. She says she knows nothing about the murder, nnd I believe her." In Powell's alleged confession It was said Mehr drove with the confessed Mayer te Riverside the night of the murder, and that he brought him nwny after the snot had been lired. It was nlse snld Mehr threw pnrt of the shotgun in the Roncecas Creek. DIES AS HE QUITS HOSPITAL Man Victim of Apoplexy as He Cresses Threshold Reading, Pa., July 14. Stepping from the oer of the Hoincepnthic Hoi Hei pital, where he had just received treat ment. Harvey Lcvnn, of Deuglnssvlllp, nged twenty-seven, fell te the pavement dead. Hospital orderlies hurried te his as sistance nnd carried him te the emer gency ward. Itevas found that he had been overcome with apoplexy ami that death was almost iu&tantnuceus. T WOIN 1 N ARREST MAGISTR A TE CARNEY AS A LOITERER IN CITY HALL 'Move On" Order Enforced by Guard, Who Is Vnaived by Judicial Pretests Magistrate Edward P. Carney wns arrested in n City Hall corridor today when he refused te obey n guard's order te meve en. The magistrate, known as the "danc ing 'judge,' " Vas Indignant becnuse lnwycrs' runners, presumably barred from City Hall, were moving about the corridor unmolested. After placing the young magistrate under arrest the guard changed his mind, but Carney Insisted that he finish what lie started. After n hearing full of verbal pyrotechnics he was freed by Magistrate Cewaid. Carney, nattily garbed in n check suit, was talking quietly wlih James Coei'an, n private detective, and an other man near a window en the sixth fleer coirider near Central Siatlen. City Hnll (timid Chnmbeis walked ever te the little group nnd brusquely eidcred them te "move en." Carney protested that he and his friends were talking ever a business matter. "(Jet out of here," ordered the guard. "I am Magistrate Carney nnd I only want te stay heie a Iniuute or two," the magistrate told Chambeis. "I don't care who jeu nic, you'll hnve te get out of here, or I will lock you up." The guard then grabbed Carney by the arm and started with him te the cell-room. After going a f.v yard he halted and, according te Carney, wanted te let his prisoner go. "Ne, you started this and you have te finish It," said Carney. ChnmberH ami Carney walked Inte the Central' Station, roll-room, where ' ' . - v 'mTi g:.JkrtyT. IKXMWX PHILADELPHIA, 7 Estrangement Ends EDITH IIALLOR Screen actress who has become reconciled with her husband .direc tor, Jack Dillen ATTEMPTS LIFE OE Anarchist Fire9 at Prefect of Police, Mistaking Him for French President CAPTURED AND BEATEN, HE DENIES INTENT TO KILL By A'Keelal'd rrcss Paris, July 14. Thrca shots were fired tdflay at Prefect of Police Naudli: by (Sustavc Beuvtt, nn anarchist, well known te the police, In the belief that It wns President Millcrnnd nt whom he was aiming. Nene of the shots took effect. The shots were fired while the Bnsttllc Day parade was passing alone the Champs I'Jysecs nt the corner of the Avenue Marlenr. The assailant shot from behind a woman and the fuc hcerched her dress. Bouvet has been active in communis tic nnd anarchistic circles. He for merly was secretary of en extremist so ciety nnd wns sentenced te n yenr In prison for circulating anarchistic prop aganda and instigating violence. Riding in Precession The ntlnck- took nlacc os -President Millerand and the prefect were riding in the precession nemewnrd from l.ong l.eng l.ong ehnmps, where n military review was held this forenoon in celebration of Bastille Day. M. Naudln wns in the automobile that preceded the presidential horse drawn enrringe of state. His men im mediately stnrtcd in pursuit of Bouvet, Continued en Tagr Five. Column Four BOY SAYS HE IS FORGER "I'm Broke, Hungry and a Thief," He Tells Detectives A nineteen-year-old boy who says he is Harry Segal, 42 Theodere street, Dorchester, Masi., walked into the De De tertlve Bureau in City Hall enrly today and told Detective Itischeff he was wanted in his home town for forgery. "J'm broke, hungry nnd n thief," Segal announced in u dramatic man ned. He snld he had forged bcveral checks en his father's bank. Police were unable te find papers ask ing for Segal's arrest, but held him until they could get In touch with offi cials of Dorchester. WELLS FOR PARLIAMENT Will Be Laber Candidate for Lon Len Lon eon University, Auther Says Londen, July 14. (By A. P.) II. G. Wells, who frequently has been asked te stand for Parliament, snld to day he had decided te incept an Invi tation te become the Laber candidate for Londen University. MAGISTRATE CARNEY the Magistrate insisted en being slated. He was booked for "disorderly con duct." The Magistrate explained he was taking returns te the tirnnd Jmv when he met Coogan in the corridor nnd stepped for a chat. Magistrate Cew- urn men uiscnaiged him. , "It was n tinvesty," said Carney Inter. "Hint guard wns allowing law yeis runners te hang nbetir the cor ridor in spite of Magistrate Henshaw's order ngnlnst It." Tlren Carney continued en his way with the Grand Jury returns. Lieutenant Geerge Bosten, in com mand of the City Hall guards, said Mayer Moere himself would be arreted it he loitered iu, a City Hall corridor. J ! ' MAMfn?HMnwafBrJaj eHH bbbbbW . . . v Bk Oa9bbbb1 efafafal - .; ':' .."aBBBH bLbB- '"- bM'1bbbW r? --V - ; '?? y ';? M EM! i.m822H!i. tfL.fl&J0M .V, J i FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1922 RI'STnlKESOON TO BE SETTLED, Confident Heeper Will Be Able te Werk Out Satisfac tory Solution 8000 MORE MEN TO JOIN ' STRIKING SHOPMEN MONDAY Call Issued for Stationary Fire men, Engineers 'and Oilers te Quit Werk REPORT FRESH DISORDERS Trackmen Threaten te Walk Out Maintenance of Way Empleyes Restive Shep Chief Hints at End of Strike in 48 Hours St. Paul. July 14. (By A. P.) Prospects for nn early settlement of the national strike of shepmen en n basis of the 'negotiations here be tween union leaders nnd representa tives of railroads centering In the Twin Cities nnd the Northwest were very geed tedny, in the opinion of union men nnd rnilread executives. Confidence that the end of the strike is near wns expressed by R. A. Hennlng, .chairmnn of the Federated Shep Crafts of the Northwest dis trict. Mr. Hennlng bnid that "it is entirely possible that the strike will hn unttlml nn n nnHnnnl hnsin In Chi cage within the next forty-eight hours." Bv Asseetattit Presi Washington, July 14. President Harding wns described by White Heuse callers today ns quite hopeful ever the rail strike situation and confident that Ben W. Heeper, chairman of the Rail road Laber Beard, would be able seen te work out n solution satisfactory te all concerned. Senater Ledge, Republican Senate leader, one of the visitors, said he had assured the President that his course with respect te the btrikc hed the sup port of the greater portion of the pop ulation of New England. President -Herding and his advisers again tedny devoted n Cabinet session te the rail and coal strikes. Postmas ter General Werk had reports en the mall situation. Attorney General Daugherty had a hundred telegrams, the nnture of which lie would 'net dis close. Secretaries Hoever and Davis have ready the latest information en the Government's propesnl for arbitra tion of the cenl strike. Secretary Weeks was prepared te discuss nctien te maintafn interstate commerce and transportation of the malls. Secretary Weeks said he had re ceived no advices from C. IL Seliafl. receiver for the Missouri, Kansas nnd Tcxen Railroad, who was advised late jesterdny by the Government te mnke another request of Governer Neff, of Texas, for protection by Stnte troops of the carrier's property. J. P. Noonun, president of the In ternational Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, declared upon his arrival from Chicago that calling out of the lederni troops te cope with the rail road strike would hurt rather than aid the Government In Its efforts te deal with the situation. Mnny union work ers throughout the country, he said, would leave their pests with the rail sjstems, if forced te work under mili tary protection. Mr. Noennn charged that some of the Centlnued en I'nse Twe, Column Srtrn RUSSIANS MAY YET SAVE HAGUE PARLEY New Instructions te Krassln Said te Offer Big Concessions I Londen, July 14. (By A. P. New instructions hnve been forwarded by the Soviet Government te Leonid Krassln. of (he Russian delecntien nt The Hague Conference which may pre vent a dcuniic uretiK in tne negotia tions there, says nn Evchanice Teleamnli dispatch from Copenhagen, quoting, nd vices received via Berlin. Far-reaching concessions, especially respecting the stnte railways, arc hinted at in the dib patch. The Hague, July 14. (By A. P.) Ne further joint meetings with the Russlnns will be held by the conferees en Russian affairs here unless the Soviet representatives m.iKe Known n desire te submit new proposals, it wns lie. elded this nfternoeu. The non-Russian representatives win contlnue their meetings and the.v nlnn te held n nlen. nry session te adjourn the conference, prebnbly next Wednesday. PARKWAY JAZZ GETS JOLT; QUIVERY DANCES BARRED Policewoman Announces Cash Prizes Each Week for Best Dancers Anether uppercut was shot nt Jazz dancing en the Patkwav today when Miss Marguerite Walz, this citj's only policewoman, announced that weeklv piizes will be given hereafter te the "smoothest" dancers. A first prize of SO and n second m! of $4 will be given te the couples who dance best without any body w IkkIIiiu" ami ether distortions that bring cen sure. Public Welfare Director W.irhm-inn will denntc the money ctery week for me piizes, winch win he known u "The Director's Awards." Couples who dunce the "bin din" .m,i ether new quivcry wrinkles will lmc te reform nr lrave the dancing nrc.i, Miss Willis snld. She received n police whistle today, thus cemnlctlnir h. equipment of badge, keys and dub. T11B JOB YOU ARE LOOKlNO ren MAT ." Sundjin '? JU1 Wanted columns en PS9 MinAuV HARDING THINKS Puhlkhad Dallv Kcrcni Surdaj). .fubrerlptlen Pf!e IS Taar 07 . Fubllab D"&'ftBj1Jia.7'b, pubilfl utift Company Mrs. Gould Wept for Jey en Marriage in Lakewood Bride, in Tears, Kissed by All Three Witnesses After Ceremony in Heme of Judge Harry Newman Geerge J. Gould and his beautiful bride, Mrs. Alice Sinclair, friend of the bridegroom for eight years, were mar ried nt Lakewood en May 1 at 10 o'clock in the morning. Weeping with joy after the ceremony the bride was kissed by all three of the witnesses and nn impromptu celebration was held lasting an hour. ... The ceremony, which consisted of the regulnr civil form provided by the low of New Jersey, was followed by the reading of the mere solemn and beau tiful religious service. The cercinetn wns performed by Judge Harry Newman, of 227 River nvenue, Lakewood, nt his" home. Judge Newman Is the presiding judge of the Ocean County Court of Common Pleas, te which he had been appointed by Governer Edwards en April 1. "It wns my first wedding ceremony in office." said the Judge today, "and I wns a bit nervous, I guess." Judge Newman gnve freely all the detnlls of the wedding. The bride came with the bridegroom in n motorcar at 10 o'clock in the morning. She wns nttlred in a travel ing gown and lint nnd coat. The house wns a bower of flowers prepared by .TnHfn nnd Sirs. Newmnn. The Wit nesses were waiting when the bridal pair arrived. s Alx-LeavBnlns, France, July' 14. The mystery in the marriage of Geerge Jay Gould te Alice Slnclnlr lies in noth ing deeper thnn the desire of the couple te hnve a quiet ceremony nnd a pence ful honeymoon. When u correspondent cnllcd at the Hetel Splendlde here, where the Goulds are stepping, he found that .Mr. ueuid was ' "indisposed" and unable te sec visitors. His friends, however, state that his indisposition Is slight nnd merely the LAST-MINUTE NEWS DETROIT-ATHLETiCS GAME CALLED OFF The fifth nnd final game of the series between the Athletics nnd Detroit wns declared off by Manager Mncfc of the Athletics becnuse of rain this afternoon. The contest will be played ns ).iit of n double-header en August 22. 4 BUILDING AND LOAN COMMISSIONS INVALIDATED The practice of directeia of building nnd lean associations charging commissions te members of the associations for whom they secure lenns received a blew tedny in a decision by Judge Perter in the Superior Court. He reversed the decision in the case of Ben T. Welsh, a real estate operator, ngainst Jehn W. Har- ligan, in which Welsh obtained an award of $-150 for commissions. FULLER AND M'GEE, BROKERS, ARE INDICTED Edward M. Fuller and William F. McGee, partners in the bankrupt brekernge concern of E. M. Fuller & Ce., were indicted by a Supreme Court Grand Jury in New Yerk today. Thirteen indictments chaiacd them with bucketing custemeis' orders. WILLIAM D.GABELL Director-Clerk in Wrecked North Penn Bank Completes 18-Menth Term STRANG OUT IN FEW DAYS William D. Cabell, director-clerk in the wrecked North Penn Bank, vwvs released from the Knstern Penitentiary today nftcr serving his tenh for the pint he took in the X2.000.en0 fnilure of the institution. He left at one min ute after midnight this morning, nml is snld te have gene te Wildwood after stepping nt liis home, li'2'2ii North Fif teenth street. Kllwoed H. Strang, notorious ns the "mystery man" In the crash, who turned State's evidence and get off with a light sentence, will be set free one minute after midnight Sunday morn ing. ("Jnbell was sentenced January 14, 1021, te eighteen months te two years, lie Is the elder of the two men. Mnny efforts hnve been nude te obtain hi release, but unsuccessfully. He wns convicted of accepting deposits when lie knew the bank was insolvent. Strang Had Meteoric Career Strnng's sentence was imposed July 1(1. lll'JO. It was from two te five the aid he gave the State in unraveling the tnnglid skein of the Imnk'n affairs. I ' Strang, despite Ills close friendship with Ralph T. Meyer, former cashier of the wrecked bank, new serving from I i:rnl ,nru c..,.-.. .x. I.I , mritL- n; ....-. . , t..- v. nii-iii-i- i which helped te convict the cashier en clerical work. Roosted of Ills Thefts Streng, sure of an enily release, showed no hesitancy nbeut telling, in u spirit of bravado, of many of his doings while In clever; of huge sums pulled from the pocket suddenly te nitisiy a wiiim, or 01 nn automobile purennseii en me spur or tw 'he moment . Centlruril en I'skc Twe -c- ARK YOU LOOKING FOR iTRM' phii. I hiiiw the vry iwrinn y,m WHnt ,, U''1. ' llilnr under Situations en n.. nn ' 7J.V" - w -.-. . mm, miUV, FREED FROM PRISON j ears, en iv uiiih-- 'i i-uiui-viuriii, hv m uuiiBiuHii crossing nt Uaretewn had been pnjing teller at the bank, and , four miles from rimer, N J ' hnd a meteoric, spendthrift career The driver of the truck, however in whlle his ill-gotten money lasted. Heslsts the. eiiglnenmn did net blew' tin. leceUed n Unlit sentence In return for whistle. some or me si ci urges wuicii were in construction between Shirlev anil I'nln against him nt the time of Strang's T.nern. N. J. .InmeM Jerac." nnjir. confession of the entire inside workings ently tried te beat the train across i ,f ' of the North Penn Rank machinery. It the machine, owned bv Jese , , Ue'ru i I was alleged, at the t me, Strnng made wits struck fairly In the middle ULl' n clean breast of alljsln order te obtain Warren Parker. Salem, . iigineinnn revenge en supposed friends who hud stepped the train. R. II. H '"","' gene back en him. conductor, supervised the erl i fVi'iln During his stay at the penitentiary ! ing the workmen in . , , iV ,." fees ,SBtfrss?jrars is; :r;rv,!;: H s3 ;; result of n cold cniight while out walk ing with Mrs. Gould. Their marriage nt Lakewood was planned some time before It took place, but wnH Postponed until nil arrniigenients eeuici e niniie ier men trip te Europe together. They sailed together and nftcr u short stay In Lon Len Lon eon pnsspd through Paris nt the end of Inst week. There they stayed nt the Hetel Meurlce nnd metered down here Inst week-end, stepping one night nt Fentnlnebleau en the way. They in tend te spend most of the summer nnd the early nuttimn in Europe nnd te re turn te Lnkcwoed before the winter. Mrs. Gould Is a prepossessing woman of nbeut thirty and the two hnd been friends for some time past. They have derived a geed deal of amusement from the secrecy of their wedding nnd their only regret is that it has been discovered before the honeymoon wni ever. New Yerk. Jul)" 14. A reporter visited the home of the former Mrs. Sinclair nt Mnnuslng Island yestcrdnj. nnd found everything being put Inte fine condition. Hedges were being trimmed nnd ether work wns being done, ns if for nn expected visit from the bride nnd bridegroom. A pnstel of the newly wedded Mrs. Gould, by the celebrated Hungarian pnlnter, Artur L. Ilnlml, was exhibited last spring nt the Relnhnrdt (Jalleric. Mr. Halm! Is new in Europe. His exhibition lasted mere than two weeks here, and wns attended by many hun dreds of persons, most of whom stepped te leek nt the pastel portrait of the auburn-haired j-eung wemnn, with the double string of beautiful pearls. Among places the present Mfs. Gould Is known te hnve frequented In this city is the St. Nichelns Skating Rink. Mrs. Gould was nn expert skater, and wns often seen at the St. Nichelns Rink, where her grace and expertness were noted. TRAIN HITS TRUCK, 1 DEAJUpRED Lead of Workmen Frem Penns- grove in Cressing Smash at Daretown, N. J. TWO EXPECTED TO DIE One man was crushed te death nnd scen were Injured when nn autetruck carrjlng ten read workmen was struck bj a northbound Pennsylvania Rnilrnnd train nt Daretown, N. J., at 0:15 o'clock this morning. I The dffiid man wns Paole Marfisl, of Pennsgrnvp. He wns lifeless when ex trlcnted from the wreckage of the light ! meter truck. ' The mere seriously Injured are Jo Je seph fJernee. who has internal injuries. I nnd lenv Carnln. whose ukull is true ' tured. Siinrcens bellevn tlmv uin ,u.. I llie ethers hurt are Jeseph Zuippl. ) incenze Marfisl. William Cnrter. ( hnrles Acree nnd Hnrwy Jehnsen. 1 he Inst three are Negroes. All are residents of Peniisgree. James and Nicholas Cerace, brothers of one of the Injured men, were the ether occupants of the truck. They escaped Injury. James was driving. uhe train wns riinntni. fmm ui. and, nccerding te witnesses, gnvp the' ;,'"." "r1" s'K':i' a it npprenehed "The engine swept down en us lust as we were crossing." he said "It was enlj when the truck was hit that the-whistle-was blown. Its screech wis enough te scare us te death " Tl. . .. .1 . '"'"" a uu mrii oil wie trilCK were en their way te work en the State read under BAIL REFUSED P0NZI 'Get-Rleh-Qulck' Man, Serving Jail Term, Faces 22 Indictments . Husten, July 1 1. (Uv a. P.iiiniiT was refused (''liailes Pe'im rich promoter, who is serving n (he jear Federal sentence for friiinliiii.n the iiiicl- ut : : ."" ' "" "" i no twenty- Ji " . rawHB l)e""l"S Ugulust htm In the Viniuty com IK ns rvtiult of 1i1k nmul .. . "un ui JUS promotion schemes two years atf0. ,. juim miki, ,11 uiiiuen. EXTRA - ' - JLL(" PRICE TWO CEI IS REJECTED Lewis and Others HARDING'S PL MINERS' CHIEFS Decide '? Recommend Refusal of Ar bitratien Proposal WANTED BITUMINOUS - J AREA ALSO INCLUDED! frnrBar Dlnrinrv fVarsr -Ctt tl4'-!- Fixed Working Rules Again Under Discussion ' OPERATORS ARE DIVIDED Seft Ceal Owners Hesitate. While Anthracite Men Accept Offer With Conditions 77i Associated Press Washington, July 14. It becnm definitely known today that Jehn t, Lewis, president of the T'nited Mln Workers, nnd ether nntlnnnl efllccrn of the union who have been negotiating with the Government since President Harding offered nrbltrntlen te settle the coal strike, are preparing te recommend te their nfssecintes in the union control that the Government's plan be rejected The decision was made today aftetf Mr. Lewis nnd the union nntiennl effl cinls who hnd ngain consulted with efM cials concerned at the Department of Laber. , Scope Net Wide Enough Ever since the President's offer of arbitration wns laid before the union leaders gathered in Washington the ef- fort hns been madp by them te get defl- nlte nssurnnces from the Government that the arbltrntlen would be applied te nil the bituminous nren which the union considers within its scope, to te eluding parts of West Virginia nnd; Pennsylvania where coal is still being mined nnd. although Mr. Lewis and the district presidents of the L'nlted Mina Workers refused te give the union's nnswer te the President's proposal until the general policy committee of the mine workers nnd Its entire membership' of 120 could be nsscmblcd, demand w made te the President through Secretary Davis that some assurance be given thM the semi-union nnd non-union fields) where the strike has made some progress be included. f . A second request made te the Presf- - JX. dent wns that working conditions under the previous wnge contracts, including' the "cheek off" system of collecting union dues, will net be Included In the arbitration. While no nnneunccment has been forthcoming officially, the union men were definite tedny in nsserting that the responses they had received today, were unsatisfactory. Seft Ceal Men Object The 'bituminous operators likewise hove presented pretests te the Prcsl--dent's arbitration plan, based largely7 upon the continuance of wage scales of 1020-22 during the period nrbitra-' tlen is in progress. There were intimations tedny that one group of Pennsjlvanln operators! would llutly refuse te accept the prene-1 l'4m nnd gviicrul indications that ether bituminous operators would at tempt te insist upon modifications. Anthracite emplejers have accepted the President's; proposals virtuarry without condition, though pointing out that their market position is very dif ferent from that of the hituiulneim op erators and that they are without inter inittency in operation, and without great diversification and distribution of mines. AUTO THIEF LOSES FIGHT Remanded te Penitentiary Untl Court Passes en Right te Freedom Samuel Goldstein wns remnnded te the Knsteru Penitentiary by Judge Miller nt Norrlstewn today, te be con fined until the Court has time te ren. sider the question whether he is being illegally di tallied. He was sentenced te from two te four jenrs in September.. miS, by President Judge Swartz, lu Norrlstewn. for larceny of an nuto nute nuto lueblle at Willow Greve. Goldstein'"! attorney declared that the maximum jail sentence for lnrceny is three years. JuiUe Miller pointed out that Gold stein hed also been convicted of re ceiving 'teleil ceeds, upon which chaw sentence had been susp -nded. and ob served that he piesuiiusl Judge SwnrtJS had taken into consideration ether pi ier offenses, flve of which he cited. MARIA GELABERT DIES ' Once Celebrated Comic Opera Star Lived In Seclusion 32 Years Paris, July 11. (Ity A. P ) .Maria Gelabert, Spanish con.le-epern singer, who for many years was one of the most celebrated of Paris stais, died today, alone and forgettin. After mi unluippj love affnlrs In 1800 she abandoned the stage, and since that time she has lived in seclusion. She was bein lu Madrid in 1S."7 She cre ated the roles nt the Beautiful Perslaa, the Grand Mogul and many ethers. Thought He Was Out West Samuel Miller, Winter street and Clarksen avenue, was arrested earlv to te dny when he ureused residents of Wis ter street and Clarksen uveuiie by sheeting n rewilver at inmlem. Meris, ' trate Llndell fined him Sl.'I.GO. Resa Blech, Communist, Dead s Zuilch. July 11 (By A. P.) Ressi Blech, the German Ceii.muulst lender; died at a local hospital here today, ' ngid forty -two. Shu was icllve in tf iieiiiinii nun r ism cireiiiisi Ulercill among women. Tk. I, rrffi."" W? nr. UMff1 Whltliuf I'ltxr Cempuy, 4rfv( .r.14 WHU w XHwtt T tf i: fAM ri -m 1 Ve' a m r Si ji : "f I m H: M 1 m Fr -n 'W .m I M ,? r V Af I ij.fc.f. v AS tUtaial . -v iW r; - A- ?.Aw.W. iMiivs' i i r s. iSteftw.