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ill msmmmmmMmmmmm' :w3 w W'i I n i.mt 'm'.-Mmm. THEWEATHEB Partly cloudy and unsettled tonight and Tuesday; little change In tempera turej gentle netitli te west winds. TKMI'lIHATt'BK at mm noun 7 si j,n i11 us 1 1 1 2 ui.ij.rrri. 170 17.1. 75. 78j80.8n7R4 J..J VOL. VIII. NO. 273 Small Producers in Western Pennsylvania Said te Be Ne gotiating Separate Pact EVICTIONS SET FOR TODAY EXPECTED TO BE DELAYED Priest at Menteur Warns Strik ers Against Reds Troops Having Easy Time 1 Bu a Staff Correspondent Washington. Pa.. July !U. Indica tions are that the United Mine Work ers of America nrc planning n surprise en the soft coal operators who have been trying te place the bituminous fields of Southwestern Pennsylvania en an open-shop bosh. It was lenrncd tedny that under the plans of Jehn I. Lewis. national, presi dent of the union, the union lenders expect te split the coal producers who heretofore have been standing together. Then they hope te sign wage agreements with these operators willing te deal ulth the unions. The unions have worked out plans by which they expect te Induce the mailer companies te agree te the 1020 wage scale. The operators wanted te go back te the 1017 scale. The unions, it Is learned, bnse their plans en belief that certain of the smnller operators cannot stand the strain of n prolonged fight for nn open shop. Mr. Lewis, It Is understood, will present his plan at n conference in Philadelphia next Wednesday. Small Operators Restive The Pittsburgh Cenl Producers' As sociation controls the' output in this region, and of this association, the Pittsburgh Ceal Company, with about fixtj mines, 1b tl dominating factor, representing about 00 per cent of the 'teniiiigp of the association. The Pitts burgh Ceal Company was the principal factor in the present effort te break the strike by operating four selected mines in this vicinity with the protection of the National Guard, the Stote police, n army of deputy sheriffs and the corps of special coal and Iren police. It is being made apparent, however, that the campaign of the Pittsburgh Ceal Company is net meeting with the Miceess hoped for. Seme cenl is being produced, but net en anything like a ltlte scale. TIip four mines selected for the open-shop demonstration hnve failed te produce nn thing like the normal tonnage. The small operators are getting restive. It Is understood they have en tered into negotiations with Mr. Lewis for separate agreements. In fact, it is paid some of them already hnve definitely agreed with Lewis te break away from the producers' association. El let Ions Net Expected Today One Indication that the Xntlenal Guard is contributing nothing te the resumption of cenl mining is word from the operators that many of them have no intention of trjlng te import work ers en nny Inrge scnle. They had been billing te awnit the outcome of the ef fort of the Pittsburgh Ceal Company te break the strike and. of oeurFO. If that effort hud been successful they imply would have hired their old men back. There are these among (he op erators who frankly talk of being cenl peer lets of coal land, but no divi dends. Today was (lie dny when the Pitts burgh Ceal Company wns (e evict the miners from company homes nt the Menteur Ne. 4 Mine. Hill Station, near Canonsburg. It looked very much this morning as If the evictions would be aelajed for several days. After a conversation yesterday with General Manager Armstrong, of the Pittsburgh Ceal Company, Father Jehn J: Hughes, of St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church, nt the Menteur mine, passed the word among the miners te sit tight ; fceget the Ideu from the talk with Arm strong that the company would net start Mictiens right awav. This nmv he taken, of course, as evidence that the company iins no great number of men te put In the plnce of the union work Ben and their fnmilles. , Church Grounds for Tent Colony Father Hughes bus made arrange ments: for miners who may be evicted te be housed in tents en the church's grounds. One strike lender said that ground for another tent coleur had been leaned by one of the smnller operators. The men are prepared te move out quletlv If evicted. Mnny have elrendv moved. Yesterdny the Pittsburgh miners' loed relief conference sent n truck lead of previsions, bread, beans, ets.. te the miners nt Menteur mine. This wns ac companied by a banner, which was spread en the front of Hie miners' head quarters ami wbich rend: 'Hrend vs. Mullets Pittsburgh iii0rI(Pr?. ,0 Western Pennsjlvanla Miners." iMn,A"'r H"KlPH Is' doing grent work With the miners. He in from Pittsburgh bout thirty-live jcurs old. During the' ar he was chaplain of the Sixth Divi sion In France, the hiking Sixth. Father Hughes can fight as well ns preach. Net any gees by but that he offer.s te roll up hln hIccvca and settle nn argu ment with the lists. There me times, 'apt Father Hughes, when no ether kind of logic will nvull. Just new, with the threat of eviction in the air, ami with ynairs nt a critical point, Father llughes is bending all his efforts te keep me men calm. Warns Against Ited Agitators Today, as esterday, In his sermon, J warned them and their fnmilles that the days went by, iinnrehlstle agltn Jrt would come among them and urge violence Itewure the Heds, wns the muM "'hnonltlen of the priest. Ihe Natlennl Guard continues te have "n easy tlme.iif It . though a innoliiiio inneliiiio innoliiiie nn patrol of Troop K, stationed at Jergaiun, under Captain It. (1. ''tinkle, thought it was going le have tough time nt Moen Hun. between t-arnegie and McKees Hecks. ,Jhe patiel found n small gathering I. . ..threatened te lieieme nast , '"Peelitlly ,, ,,,, l)f t, leaders was :r ; f" signal te ethers le come up. As ...... m u.1"1 itlngcnt bus a bail rep- VV"""ii Willi the tioeps, the 1 1 onus. Ilii' niiti.il r eiicq ut t the gathering and quickly It. The National Guard new lull "'WrMcl s tjc en Moen.ltuu, Reil" IN PEACE MOVE I 9V9PV Unleierl an Sccend-Clmis Matter at Under (he Act of Held en Rum Charge 'yf? ,.irj. ,n , .SF- ESUfSBK MME. JANE MEREL'X CATALANO New Yerk police avlatrlx and wife of Filllpe Catalane, representative of a firm of manufacturing drug gists here, with whom she Is charged with violation of the pro hibition laws TO BE ES Western Union Company Given Right Between Eleventh and Fifteenth Sts. SPEEDY WORK PROMISED Chestnut street will be tern up in the heart of the business district. Public Service Commissioner Clement granted a permit today te the Western Union Telegrnph Company te install pneumatic tubes under Chestnut street. Tlie tnfieM will connect the cempnny's present offices nt Fifteenth nnd Chest nut streets with new offices proposed for Eleventh nnd Locust streets. The decision in favor of the tele graph company ended a controversy of long standing between Western I'nien officials nnd the Chestnut Street Busi ness Men's Association, which Involved Mayer Moere nnd Council. The Coun oilmen passed ever the Mnjer's veto nn ordinance fnvering the project. The permission was grunted by Com missioner Clement .lifter it hnd been ixpinined te him that the Itusiness Men's Association hnd withdrawn its objection te the opening of the street upon the nssurnnce of the telegrnph company thnt the work would be com pleted before the opening of the fall shopping season. "Will you go ahead with the weik Immediately if I approve this permit?" the Commissioner asked. "With the necessary permit we can go ahead today." nsserted E. P. Top Tep ham, the Western Union representative. Under the ordinance recently passed ever Mayer Moere's veto the telegrnph company is net permitted te open up mere thnn "i(MI feet of Chestnut street at one time, but Commissioner Clement, in gi anting the permit, agreed te Top Tep Imm's plea thnt the work he permitted in two blocks nt once. Tepham explained that Ihe tiench te be dug would net be mere thnt five feet wide, and that if the work could be divided Inte sections the dirt from the se'end section could be used te fill up the first. The telegrnph company nlse ngrced te reiiave the street as seen ns the installation is completed in each section. CROW SUFFERS RELAPSE Condition of Senater Again Grave, Say Physicians Unlenlnvvii. Pa., July .11. (Ky A. P.) United Stales Senater William E. Crew, who has been very HI at his sum mer home in the mountains near here, was repeited as very low this morning nnd his phjsicinus said his condition wns crave. Senater Cievv -mlTercd n relapse late yesterdaj . Sennter Cievv. who is suffering from pernicious anemia, showed marked Im provement nfler being brought here from n Pittsburgh hospital, where he hns been ill for several months. A dnngeieus relapse, after he hail been visited hv President Harding nnd his party en their wny from Washing ton te Marlen. O., wns followed by whnt the doctors termed an encourag ing period which continued until late .vcsteidny. It was said today that his heart action wns very weak. ARREST OF FRIEND WAS MISTAKE, SAYS HUNTER Toek Alden Lee for Burglar, He Ex plains After "Incident" "The nirest of Mr. Lee was n great mistake, of muse. I am verj sorry It ever occurred." With these few vveids Allen Hunter, Jr.. Crefeldt avemu'. St. Martins, te; dav closed the "unfortunate Incident.' wlilen happened nt his home Inst week when Alden Lee, -100 West Lancaster avenue. Haverfeid, was arrested as a burglar suspect. Subsequently Mr. Lee. who is u close filend of both Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, was escorted te the Ger Ger iunnievvn police station, where he spent the night. , . Police said he was intoucetcil and preferred a charge of "drunk nnd ills ills erderlv" against him. After spending nearly n dny In n cell Mr. Lee wns discharged when his Identity became known. ,. , Nevertheless the two nrc still geed friends, according te Mr. Hunter. When linked about the affair today Mr. Lee said' "Well. It's come out new mid I hnve nothing mere te sa.v. Mr. Hunter Is the one who will have te de the talking." , . .. Mr Hunter, however, also put en the 1 1.1 I . ..AllWllI .11 1tll.lt til flllPllt sett peuai nun m""" , , . i i the Incident entlrel.v. He said he did net tealize. of course, that the figure be saw prowling about en Ills lawn was bis friend. Mr. Lee. Hence the call for the police. Fievleus te Ills anesl Mr. Lee had escorted Mrs. Hunter home Irem a pin tv at the KiU-Cnllten After leitv in: the house he ictiirncd for some lK gage lie hnd left in the machine nml wns then mistaken for a biirglai. Whn1eu Jhlnkef rlll I'.ilnk WhlllnB Purer A'tnium' idv. MBS HMHHr 'vfT - aav CHESTNUT ST TORN UP FOR TUB tEuenmfi '" Ai lh I'nilnRlrf t I'lilladeliAla, Pa. March 3. 1870 SENT TO ELLIS IS. AFTER SHE LANDS Mine. Marie Battin, Mether of Mrs. Jeanne Kelly, Victim of Odd Circumstances ON VISIT TO DAUGHTER HERE Mmc. Marie Ilattin, mother of Mrs. Jeanne Kelly, of -I0U7 Sniuem street, by n queer fluke landed In New Yerk from the Paris en Saturday without having massed medlcn) inspection, but wns obliged te spend Saturday and Sundny nights en the big French liner in custody of the ship's officers. She wns transferred te Ellis Islnnd this morning te be checked up nnd ex amined tjv the medical nnd immigration authorities. The iase of Mme. Ilattln is nn un usunl Incident In the nt'innls of the United States Medical Inspection Serv ice nt New Yerk. The arriving visitor, spenklng net a word of English, came te this country nt the request of her daughter, and was met by Mrs. Kelly at the pier. She get nshere by menus of u lniidlng enrd that hud net been stnmpcd with the efficlnl ink stamp of the bearding officer. Merely Glances at Card The ink pad was se lncking In Ink en Saturday and se many of the stamps allowed faintly en landing cards that when Mmc. Itnttin. unfamiliar with regulations, nppenred at the gang plank with her daughter and descended te Pier "7, the ship s guard at the gangway merely glanced at the ticket and let them pass. Mine. Itattln's luggage wns in the letter "It" division en the pier, where sue immediately repaired and passed custom inspection. The nttrnctlvely gowned French woman and her equally attractive young daughter thereupon dispatched the luggnge uptown te the house of a friend, where they were te rest for some hours before starting te I'lilladelplila. Ilnrdlv hud they arrived In Wash ington Heights than the French line officers, hnving missed) Mine. Itnttin when her name wns called for medical Inspection en beard the Paris, nnd win had traced Iter through the baggage trim fer ngent, reached iicr by tele tele tele phone nnd ordered her immediate re tain te the steamer. Hetnnis, Weeping, te Ship Flustered nnd nervous. Mine. Battin, weeping, returned te the vessel. Es corted by her daughter, she went en beard only te learn that the bearding medical officer hnd gene for the day. Mme. Battin was thereupon detained by the ship's officers nnd kept until this morning, when she was sent te Ellis Island, thus Favlng the French line a fine of $1000. Mme. nattln wns a much perturbed nnd excited woman when she arrived at Ellis Island alone this morning. Mrs. Kelly, who hnd been nt a hotel ever Sunday, nppenred en nn Ellis Islnnd pass at the immigration bureau and there wns n tenrful Gnlltc reunion. It wns snid by a deputy commissioner nt the island thnt if there wns nothing mere than an unwhting evasion of the regulations in her landing' she would probebly ba released during the day when her case was reached nml thnt she would be permitted te lenvc for her visit In Philadelphia. WINS MICKLE FELLOWSHIP Dr. Harvey Cushlng, of Harvard, Honored for Medical Science Werk Terente, Ont.. July 31. (Hv A. P.) Tlie Charles (.'. Mickle Fellowship of SlOOt). given by the fnculty of medicine nt the University of Terente te the member of the profession anywhere In tlie world "considered by them te hnve done most dining the preceding ten jenrs te ndvnuce sound knowledge of a ijuuctlcnl kind in medical art or sci ence," has been awarded te Dr, Harvey tCushlng. of Harvnid University. Dr. Cushing hns accepted tlie award, tut instead of keeping the money bus requested the University of Terente te send te Harvard one of its jeung graduates te work with him for one j ear. He will give the money te the selected graduate. Dr. Cushlng Is a specialist in brain surgery nnd hns been u professor nt Hnrvard since 1011. MISSING NOBLE U.S. SOLDIER Leng-Sought Russian Youth Found in Clinten, III. Clinten, "ill.. July lil.dJy A. P.l A nation-wide search for a scion of former Hiimuii nebilit) ended today when repiesentatlves of the Red Cress Society found Leen Cznrewltch Gus seff. in Clinten, serving us u nrivnte In I Company L. l2d Light Artillery. The (Identification wns made complete by u sear ntter u longer, .Micntnwn, 1'n.. had examined him. At the age of fourteen, Gusseff crept Inte the Americnn lines in France after nil of his relative-, had neon killed. Cn led for by doughboys and smuggled into n transport by Geerge Lnnce, an army cook, he came te America. He wns held nt Camp Devens until adopted hv Lnnce. who took him te New Albany. X. , Lnnce mnriied and the adopted son departed te make his own wnv, FOCH GREETS K. OF C. Marshal Grateful for Services Ren dered During War Atlantic t'lt. Julv ,ll. Mnrshul Ferdinand Fech, of France, has sent greetings te the Knights of Columbus, of which he s u member, for their supreme international convention, which will begin heie tomorrow. The mes mes s.ige leads: "Greetings te my brothers of the Knights of Columbus assembled in con vention, recognizing their generous nml effective services dining the war nnd afterward. 1 cherish the memory of Miur pilgrimage te Meir. and of jour hespitnlity in Chicago." Mnrshnl Fech was inducted into the Knights of Columbus in Chicago en November H last .vcur. Virtually every one of the sixty two Stnte jurisdictions Is represented b delegates who have arrived for the fortieth convention. The meeting of the supreme governing hedv will be. ..In tomeriow morning ut 11 o'clock. llumiieiN of visitors are viewing the exhibit of last car's SJl.OOO.OOO iccon iccen sit notion work for war veterans. mi', -inn w ahi: i.hukim: ter mav ..." t ... .Un tlal. Wn, aluil M,1n,n. tn )P ,'IIIIIU 11' HIT ,"-l ,, wit, v- vwiv....B v.. lldKUK -J and ail. Adv. -'-wf ' mtm't yumtc HW -H K ' H PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1922 Police and Public Wrestle With New Traffic Rules Official Attitude of Forbear Ferbear ance Quickly Straightens Out Misunderstandings and Mistakes Out-of-Town Motorists First i te Fall Victim te Revised Rulings en Parking and Left Turns Fer many hundreds of motorists who hnd fnlled te familiarize themselves with the very latest traffic regulations, tedny. ns well ns being "Ne Parking Dny," wns also "Hooking Dny." Time after time en Urend street and In the heart of the business section careless motorists were called te account by hard-working traffic cops, nnd then nfter hacking Inte proper position were permitted te go en their way. rejoicing or grouching, according te their respec tive dispositions. Whnt trouble there was nnd most of It was passed off goed-nnturedlv b motorists and traffic patrolmen alike centered in the changes regarding the left-hand turn en Bre.id nnd en Chest nut streets, nnd the tendency of the meter drivers te dlsrrgnrd the rules wlilcli provide thnt they shall approach one et tlie new control stations iicferc i .-.. '. .. . ii((ciiiiu(ik me seiiinpnw movement, Hnrdly hnd the reserve officers taken their stations shortly after 8 o'clock than Hrnnd street for its entire length became the scene of nn activity un usual even, for that busy hour. At each crossing from Erie avenue southward where a traffic patrelmnn was stationed one driver after another would at tempt the left-hand turn formerly per mitted only te be ordered back In the north and south line of vehicles and told te proceed te the next one of the fifteen new control station. Cars Illeclt Streets At times four nnd five enrs would turn ulmest simultaneously nnd block the entire street for several minutes before they could be joekt-yed bnck Inte their proper position. , l'ellce t nptlllll iinrry .11111 nr., in chnrge of the enforcement of the new orders, nccempanied by Lieutenant Wnsln, bend of the feet traffic squad, wns en Bread street supervising the placing of the new trnffic signs before (1 o'clock nnd announced that ever.v thing wns In perfect readiness: by the BOMB IN CAR STRIKE INJURES PHILA. MEN "Terrer Squad" Being Sought by Buffalo Detectives Huffale. X. Y July 111. Increas ing bngnltude of the bomb nnd mine explosions nleng the! lines of the International Hallway Company resulted today in the assignment of a squad of detectives te run down the "terror squad" alleged te be operating in sympathy with the striking car men. Explosions under enr wheels were frequent in all parts of the city last night, but most of them were caused by torpedoes of the type used as signals en steam railroads nnd did little damage. In one Instnnce, however, the police be lieve gun cotton or nitroglycerin wus used. The blast, which occurred In the Elmwood residential district, stunned the car crew, both Philndelplilnns, nnd aroused sleepers in the neighborhood. The conductor, Hebert fashion, wns thrown violently ngulnst the side of the wrecked car nnd hnd te be tnken te n hospital for the remevnl of splinters. Cnleb Wain wright, the motermnn, and Patrolman Drnke. of Huffale, were badly shaken up. A bomb was concealed near the tracks. It is believed, nnd was set off by the car coining In contact with at tached electrical wires. All the win dows of the trolley were shattered, the cur wns filled with smoke nml u great hole was tern In the ground. The railway company, however, un daunted by increased violence, an nounced tedny thut additional enr serv ice would be given under police pro tection. SEA SLED TO RESCUE 400 MAROONED IN ST. LAWRENCE Craft With Capacity for 25 a Trip Starts for Stranded Vessel Montreal. July ,'U. (Hy A. P. I ' A sea sled with room for twenty-live passengers started tnda for the La- chine Hnplds In the St. Lawrence I Hlver te take off 4(10 excursionists cm the steamship HiipliH rrince. which struck en the locks .vesterduy. The craft is run by a IIOO-horsepewer mo me eor. Ogdcnsburg. X. V.. July .'IL (Hy ! ) The Haplds Prince is hard and fn'st en a ledge of shelving rock 1J0O yards off Heren Island. Ihe rnplds rear nnd tumble nleng tx.th sides of the Islnnd nnd the position of the ship H regarded ns dangereu. HaphN steam ships "sheet" down the inplds te Mon treal, making the return tiip bj canal. CLEVELAND CAR FARE DROPS Cleveland. met CHI' I Julv .11. (Hy A. P.l Cin.,,1 cur ii le en nn nn lines vvn , he five cents instead ei si, ciimmenc 1 tomenow morning, ('lev eland Hull- wnv Company oillel.ils nnnnunced. A tie n n v charge for all transfers will con- tin le In effect. ' . (Q n Ity Katharine Nevvliu Hurt The sleepy town of Slu.vpenkill, N. Y., the home of the aristocratic (Srliiscnembe family, is Invuded by u soft -spoken, clenr-ejed, gently humorous stranger from the West, tj, T. Klnwydden bus come te the Lust te gain nil education nnd Helolse (iilnscoembe, whom he Imn prevleusl) guided en u hunting trip. Ills gentleness nnd. natural courtli ness win him the hearts of the people. Hew he Is blocked bj mi indolent rascally doctor; hew he unites two loving couples; hew he gains victory from seeming defeat, respect from contempt and distrust, make a fascinating story. ItKGINK TODAY ON PAOK 'il "Q" V V W PW New Traffic Rules Put in Effect Today Ne Parking Chestnut street from Tenth te Sixteenth street. One-Heur Parking S:!I0 A. M. te 4:!10 P. M. Cliestnut street. Seventh te Tenth street, nnd Sixteenth te Twentieth street. 8:;tO until 0 P. M. Territory bounded by Vine. Pine, Seventh nnd Twentieth streets, excepting Chest nut street. Heur Parking, Any Time Chestnut street nsl of Seventh nnd west of Twentieth street and elsewhere In city. Hread Street lft-fland Turns Pine, Spruce, Cherry, Cnllevvhill. Wallace. Poplar, Master. Oxford. Berks, Dlnmnnd. Yerk. Glenwood. Allegheny nnd Venango. time tiie regulation went Inte effect two hours inter. "Considering the misunderstanding which exists In ninny quarters concern ing the new centtnl stations," Captain Hhiiltz snid. "I believe the enrly sit uatien whs verv successfully hnndled. 1tnli ,1m innlnrniip ilrlverM nnd flip trnf ,...,.. - ----- n.. mmmi um verv undent when dm cultles nrnse nnd nil troubles were straightened out In record time. Utmost Courtesy Ordered "At roll call this morning the men were instructed te meke no arrests and te treat every one with the utmost courtesy. Frem what I saw during a two-hour trip of inspection of the en tire length of Hread street, thoe In structions were carried out. "I would like te soy that if motor ists will only take a few moments te study the new rules there will be very little friction. Especially should they learn the rule providing for the execu tion of a left-hand turn. Te turn left, drivers should draw up te the curb as they approach the cress street nnd wait until the semaphore is set for the cress trethc. They enn then mnke their turn without crossing the street and turning around the pole, as has been done for merly. Tills is a much safer nnd much quicker proceeding than nny before at tempted." Out-of-town drivers were nmeng the Continued en Vnz l'we, Column 7ui ROB TWO HOUSES, GET $256 IN GEMS Heme6 Next te Each Other Entered en West Fishers Avenue Jewelry thieves found things conven iently arranged nt two houses located next te each ether en Went Visiters avenue, nnd the looting of the two places cost the families $2."0 worth of gems. Slipping a screen from a kitchen window In the home of Itnlph Sterry, Sin West Fishers avenue, the thieves took !flft() worth of jewelry. Cressing te the next house, the rob hers entered the home of Michnel Itesch, !517 Fishers avenue. Jewelry valued at ?0fl was taken. Bobbers took several coats and neck pieces, valued at $800, from the step; of Mrs. Nettie Armstrong, 814 Arch street. HE LIKED SWEETPEPPERS And Gets a Day In Jail for Each One of 30 He Toek Frem Garden Charles Campnlene, thirty yeurN old. took thirty sweet peppers from some one else's garden last night and be cause he did Is new servlnj; thirty davs In the county prison. Amll Miindny. of Hli-ll.' Stanten stieet. Falls of Schuylkill, told Mac- Istrnte Dem in the Tvvent.v -second am Hunting Park avenue station this morn Ing thnt Cuinpnlnne, a neighbor, who lives n few doers nbeve him, contracted u tuste for sweet peppers, especlullv tline Monday hud planted. i Last night he Iny in wait for the i robber ami liubbed h in us he left ilm lnr,1M 111. flm .1,1,. ....'... It' "T I 5" .7' ",;.. ... ."" .?.. " '". . I un,. ."i nii.il jii-i.i-i nun nil .vinets I trate's sentence. BODY FOUND IN DELAWARE M. P. M., I. W. W. Ne. 1698 Phil:.. depha Branch Ne. 510" in Can ,.r . , , , p 'I he body of an unidentified whit "'". U,'V '' t.v-five ears e,, un c found In the Dehivvnie Hlver, early this morn in k. A union button was found in a pocket and the inscription "M. P. W., I tv W Ne. Wl Philadelphia Hrnch,' Se niO." was sewed in the lining of black-and-white checked cap. The body is at the Morgue. HARRY B0LANDW0UNDED Dall Envey Seriously Hurt While Trying te Evade Capture Dublin. July .11. (Hv A. P.l Hairy Helund. formerly reprosentntlve of Ihe Dall r.irennn In the I'nltei! 'J" "" ,""" Meennn in the I nited States, is In a critical condition In a ; , .-. , iiiixpiiiii nere. ns i result nt wounds lu'eeiveil In attempting te evade capture national army troops. 1 I tleliiiiil. tin dispatch sa.vs. was' wcmmled at Skeriles. a tls,nK tevvn te i the north of Dublin. I Itelatnl nnil u friend vv etc spending the weeK-end at the lirand Hetel in Skerries. This mmiiing ut 11 o'clock tioeps surreiimled the hestelij nnd ciitcred Helniid'N mom te nrns't hiin. In resisting arrest Helaml clicvv a re volver and dining the scullle that fol lowed he wns sjmt in the nbileim u. Heliiud's cempaniiiii also was aiiestiij, LEWIS SILENT ON PARLEYS rieaa et miners- union te siay Mere for Mayers' Conference Jehn L Lewis, president of the I'lilted Mine Workers, today tefuscd te lemment en irperts that he has i cached an agreement with seveinl small operators who dcliu te icepeii their mines. Mr Lewis said he will lemaln in Philadelphia for n conference with the Mnvius of cities In the Pennsylvania coal fields tomorrow, de -veii v.M' . jeii? tiii:ri; ,uk plenty of thm aiHrllSfd In the llilp WanteJ columns tO'Lis en iul-ci SS jnl "il. Adv. - ' mean riibllihfd Dnllv nxcent Fun-lay. 8ulerptlrn Pri $H n Tar by Mill. Copyright, 1922, br rublte tedstr Company E Nelsen K. Miller, Wife, Mether- in-Law and Sister-in-Law Arc Injured AUTO STRUCK BY CYCLE Feil i Phl'nde'.phl.i'M last ulglil vvlfn tli'lr strucl. Ic n n e iicvclc veni Injured iimn rear wns iim . tic Slate ( . n lid (lliveil ' lead Inte To Te nnd ' nble. Dena' n 'nr Eii'ien ,d!''h liliili'd nic U.I K. Miller i wl'e .Ml'"-. Tllell" i II. Den lis vvlte's ami her nnd Mis Helen e. Iil wife's t.Nt(v. Mr, Miller's left arm wns broken Tlie women were cut nnd bruised nnd were hysterical from shock. They were tnken te the Emergency Hospital nt En st en. The party hnd spent a week atOccnn Clt.v. Md . nnd wns returning te Phila delphia at dusk lust night when the in cident incurred. The metnrcjcle, with 11 side car. wns driven by Stephen Trcsiiate. of Balti more, who was going in the vame direc tion. Tresnate sought te pass the nute nnd apparently swung in tee seen. The finnt wheel of the motorcycle struck the sddc of Miller's niitomebile. forcing It into n ditch. Tresnate wns cut mid bruKeil BLANKET DUTIES APPROVED Senate Vetes. 33 te 24, for Higher Rates in Weel Schedule H AD LPHIANS N MARYLAND W:thlnt;tnu. .hi .51. larllT ilutics',ontre1 of the Park Cnmmls-lnn for ev- en wnii'eii liliinkcl r:inliiT from "!)cl ,.i-nl t-e.itw. per no md nml 5511 per cenl ad v.iloiem te -10c pei pound and -10 per cent nil 1 vnleieiu wcic 1111111 e ml IeiIim In tlie Sennt". b 11 vole of ":t e ill Later il was learned tlie guard whs n T''e rinlciwiiiiil In v i:iie was '." pet recruit and unfamiliar with pink regit cent 'm1 v.ileiem lntien. LAST -MINUTE NEWS RILLED m FALL FROM BRIDf.B; SUICIDF. HINTK1 Elmer Frame, thirty yearb old, et 116 East Staffeul sticct. O-frmantewn, was fatally hurt cniiy today by a fnll fieiu the Columbia avenue bridge in Tnii-meunt Park. 9?ail; gumds belicvp he Jumped from the bridge in a suicide attempt. Park Gunul Baldwin, found him unconscious under the biidge caiiy this morning and sent him te St. Mary's Hospital. He died sheitly before neon, of general injuries. JRISH REGULARS CAPTURE WEST MEATH REBEL HEAD BELFAST, July 31. Natiennl army troops epeiatinp, cn the West SIcr.th-Cavan border today captured ten Republican inui -gents whose leader, Hany KlUeavey, in cnaie of West Hcntn Remihlicans, is alleged te have icsnicd t).c leccnt eiclcr rh,U r'l irtii in unife'im should be shot ou sight Among hid cnuipauie.ts, ? 'erJhig ti the message received in Belfast, were some of thr priHC!ir who escaped fiem the Dumlalk piisen lat w"cnk. MILLS ASKS HELP Requests Public Service Beard te Interfere, Asserting Po lice Are Powerless N TAXI AB WAR ARRESTED DRIVERS FREElMAY LOSE IN NOVEMBER i I Stiperiiuemlen hi Police Mill- will i ,,,,,, e ,. Osk the Plllllle OHICO (emillis urn te leek into the i.iMi'iili war rli.it I- in pregre s lieie bet ween three n.il com panies fi r IMlliilig pnce l'i 1 1 (Mil ei the Hen ' I. mi. line If the i iiiirhilssinii i nllinu i " operate wlili police etlli illK nn ininc tumble is expected. Superintendent Mills snid teiln.v. At present, in tlie 'absence of proper legislation, b" milled, i police ran de nothing te end the dis turbances except mnke nriests en ( hnrges of disorder!) conduct. However, if nny mere trouble is h.id i with lighting tuxl ill Ivers, the Super 'Intemlent premises te take notion en his own nutherlt) . Tal Men Freed Qulikl) Lieutenant Walsh, of the Tenth nml Hiltlonwend streets police stntleu. tedil) tippcnlcil te Superintendent Mills for help in settling the tnlc.ih war. l'arlv .vesteul.n the maneuvering of the tnl drivers for the choice position along the curb nt llre.ul street nnd IVilnnmint ntenne. heenine se exelrlni- Falrmeunt avenue, became se exciting ' that a crowd of about . '1000 persons was nttrnctcc . lilecKInc trallic in limn street for un hour. A riot call was cent 10 , ,,),.,, Mll,iens. Police linall) arrested three taxi dilvern. but they w lU-lmrged by Magistrate (irelis. The discharge of the linen routed the ire of iLeutemint Walsh. Wi can de absolute! nothing." h said, "ns long ns the magistrates In sist en discharging our prisoners. Since tills tumble started Tuesdii) . we have placed fifteen under arrest, and regit . liirly, morning after morning, the uing. Istrnte has let them go.. The small number of police we me able te send te the scene of the trouble is tntall) inadeipiate as It is, ami I have uskeil Oil for assistance, but the condition Uunlyl being aggravated when the prisoners we 'de arrest are itisciinrgeii. One of the drlveis had n sun In his possession ami could he held for caning com enled deedl) weapons. Jint when nrrulgued. he told the magistrate (lint he wns a detective for his texica!) company and was dlscliarged " lazing Fence Threatens Houses i wooden fence nt the reer of houses en Stentnn avenue Heur Wjnmiiig nvo nve line caught fire this morning, A light breeze blew sparks toward the dwell, ings nml Hi emeu were summoned. i Is believed the lire started from burn, lug refuse. rap ' C!M CTi ii-'i ati.ms wurv, - flJA&lf., . ' et FALL KILLS WOMAN Leans Frem Window te Call Child and Is Fatally Hurt Mrs. May Lugenkl, of BIO Vow Vew street, wns fntnlly injured by a fnll yesterday from the third -story window of her home. She died tedny in the Hnhncmniin Hospital. Mrs. Lugenskl's slx-yenr-eld son wns pln.vlng In the alley b.ick of the house. The mother feared lie would run out te tlie street, nnd leniied from the window te (fill him. She lest her bal ance nnd fell, crashing through it sky light ever a shed at the rear Her skull was fractured. fourTersens missing Mrs. Anna Sheppard, Paxon Street,! Left Heme for Church Four per-eii'i disappeared fiem dif ferent sections of the eitv jesterdny .Mrs. Anna Shrppnrd. 1."i North Pnxnii street, left her home in the morning te nitenil chuMi nml fulled te return. A crippled win- veteran. Jehn .Price, eighteen jenrs old. 'J"2. Seuth Marshall street, is believed te be walking about the streets unnblc te reveal his identity. He was shell-shocked and gassed in the Argonne. Charles Orange, elghtv .venrs old. nnd Polk Evnns, elghtv-live jenrs old. Inmntes of the Old Men's Heme al Forty-fourth sticct and Ghard avenue, nrc believed te hnve wandered away from a picnic being held by the home nt Sweet Brlnr Mansion. PARK KITE-FLYING UPHELD Guard That Chased Bey Didn't Knew Rules, Says Martin Humors thnt kite-living had been pro hibited in Hunting Pnrk were denied tedny by Themas S. Martin, secretary of the Park Commission. He snid there hed been no objeitien te small bevs I thine kites in am- sc section under the It "wns rennrted thai n guard had chased 11 jniith from the p.irk when he saw the be nttcmiiting le tl n kite VICTORY FOR REED Democratic Senater, Opposed by Wilsen, Has Made Remark able Uphill Fight in Primary H CLINTON W. (ill P.I'.HI stuff l nrrr'nnil(-iii K'i'nii- l'nllln IhUit ( npiriel ' I';. . ;(, l.,,l'jrr In, ,i. ij asliincteii. .In'v .'II --Wind mines tinin Misvtniii thai Senatni - Tim Heed will will the Dpiiieii.iU, iiiiniiiin iiiiniiiin tien nt tomorrow's pilmarie-. This i the estlinnte of one who is umiuIIv well informed nnd n geed judge of Mimuiii politics ll Is ndiiiilleil ireueinllv that the con test is (dose. The betting ou Itoed against I'.ieekeuiiilce Leng is even i iiimnev. And up 'till the Inst few davs or the campaign it was believed that i I.enj would win. If Heed i nominated u will he n remarkable tiliimph. lie started his campaign a beaten man with mere one- ( mles than a man can ordinarily over ever come at the polls. He was attacked I III two or three loiters hv ex-President Woediow Wilsen nnd the result will ine.isiiie lie Inlliiciifc thai Wilsen .till has in the Smith Women Weie gnins( Him I p,,,i i,0,...,lst. f .u i no women veiers vvere oneosed te' s.itlne.il attacks upon woman suffrage and the matoi matei nit) bill in general all the Issues in which women weie interested The Denmeratli' Pnrtv in Missmul w.in spin en ween tee llecd and anti anti anti Itoed factions His opponent. Leng. ii. n weak can didate and wus ijciite inc.ip.ihh of mnk lug u camn.iign thnt did net seem peer hi compiuisen with Ins If be wins it will be n clear uise of the voters choos chees ing tlie better man. liven though he is often wrong and seem perverse. Heed has u teal value In the I'liltrd States Senate. He is of little use te his pin t Iheie because li is inilineient le is ties. I'm be I,,,. ...... .. .1... I . .......i ,T, ,' "' ' "V ""' "",. ', ! "'Z '" " -n MIMIH I I Ml I 1 in i cunsiiiictivc nut siuirp slcopu slcepu cism nnd sheer distinciive nualvsK in which lie excels serves a useful end Koein for Him In Congress There Is room for one or two Keeil-i in the legislative life of Washington. If Im is nominated the chances will be against his election Tlie pi imarv light lias been bitter and n large element In Ihe Democratic Party Is alienated. The weakness of the Hepubllcaiis . that thev have no outstanding man with whom te oppose Heed. The campaign 'till November in that cine will resemble the primary cstn. Continued fen !'( Mac Column T7 N MISSOURI SEEN y ' tii. - (:jt jil. tii i rVnii v, tts$i.i $?$m NIGH !ffl 'VW A4 --! "8iwi'J. ..'.'i I 41) PRICE TWO CENTS! President Said te Have Been Assured of Executives' and Union Chiefs' Support ROAD OFFICIALS HOLD ' PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE Striking Shepmen Expected te Return te Their Jobs This Week DISORDERS ARE DECREASING Bitter Fight Forecast Over Question of Seniority Issue in New Yerk Rail and Mine Strike Situation at a Glance President larding, it is snid. hns re ceived nssuninecs that his plan for the ending of the strike will be ae- eepreii nv railroad executives and union labor lenders, Presidents of HS rallrends are holding " conference in New Yerk te decide en their policy en the seniority ciuei- (lOO. Priority coal shipments te industriw and localities where most needed be gan tednv under direction of the Central Committee nt Wnshlngten. Hecjues-tK were received from several Governors for nn Immediate supply of fuel for public utilities, according te Secretary Hoever. Itu Associated pret Wnshlngten. July :tl. President Harding. It was snid today by close personal friends mid advisers, has re ceived iissuinnces from Clinirmnn Cujr ler. of the Association of Hnilvvay Ex ecutives; Vice President Atterbury, of the Penns.vlvaniii Hailread, and H, M. Jewell, head of the striking shepmen's iirgnniziitlens, that they will support his proposals for an Immediate ending of the strike. These assurances were understood te be the basis of the President's hope for successful termination of his arbi tration efforts. They have been ths subject of discussion, it was reported, r between the President und his inimedl-" nte advisers, Including some member of the Senate. i ILHEMLLi ACCEPT HARDING , PLtlSnEPORti ) 1 The Piesldent has been told, it was -snid, that Mr. Jewell, In the union , conference te he held tomorrow ut Chi cago, would give his indersement te I the settlement proposal. 1 Mr. Cujler nml Mr. Atterbury, it v wns said, did net go se far as the union head, but were said te have ad vised the President that they would ut least vote for Its ncceptnnce. It I was said that Mr. Cuyler told the President he would agree te present 'the executive's pie'Kisil.s te the rall- wuy heads' conference tomorrow at I New Yerk nnd In doing se expressed the pcroenal belief that they ought te I he adopted. I iiie iniiuence ei .vir. i u.vier nnu jir. , Atterbury Is counted upon by the Ad i ministration te have n large influence nt the railway executives meeting. Administration lenders snid they ex pected n spirited debate In tomorrow's session of the executives, but that the I finel result would be e reluctant ac ceptance of the President's proposals. ! It may be, ncierding te Administra tion ndviseis, that the executives will 1 go cm record against accepting the proposals and .vleldlug te the union de mands for w niviug the men's seniority rights, but place themselves In posi tion of yielding under pretest te a virtual "order" fiem ihe President. At the same lime I' wus thought probable that the exe utives would take action declining that the Prcsldeiir nnd net they themselves were responsible for 1 waiving the sonlerlt) question. Chairman Hoepoi , of the Hailread Laber Heard nriivcd in Washington te- I (hi) for a ((inference with President Hiudii!? ou the railroad strike situation. He had nothing te s.i) pi iei te going te the White Heuse. ' Secretin-) Hoever said teihi) the rail way win Iters should lie back en the job I within fort) -light hours or Jess from I the time the strike Is settled He de clined te comment iiwm the prospects of a settlement being reached nt te- I inoirew 's meetings. Secietnrv of Laber Dnvls expressed renfldem e that the rail strike would shertlv be iidjusti d te the satisfaction of the Administration and that the coal Isriikc would be settled through direct .conferences between the operators and '.miners' representatives with no further ' move en the part of the Government. Mr. Davis was of ihe opinion that the views of A Wharten, labor member of the Itailieiiil Laber Heard, that the plan said te have In en submitted by Vii'Mili'iit Hiiidiug te both parties te I the rail strike would be accepted, rep i lesi'iiteil the sentiment in labor clr- Cnntlnnfil en l iitr Mnr, Column line CHUM'S DEATH LAID TO BOY Lad, 14, Expected te Surrender en Homicide Charge Today Pem teen-) ear-old Walter Saunders, '-'.'ll.'f Nassau stieet. is ("vpected te sur render te the pelbe iinlii) when a ih.ngi of heinii ide will be placid ngulnsi him. following me death of Ills fnenil mid pl.iviuuie, Nathaniel Hutler, fiiiirlieu. 1211 Jeffersen street, in the Lniiltcuiiu Hesiiitul The Ituiler bev dud .Saturday from licuiorrhaRe of the brain. It was nt' lirst hrltcvcil the bev had hvcu Injured 'ii a fall from a hlecle Detective Mulgiew of flic murder S4iiad, 'a l'i' learned that Ihe two boys hnd been engaged in a waiui argument about tlie Teiiiller-I.enminl light, with the resii.t thnt Hutler vvus liijurisl ea I lie head AIARTMKVlH TO Sil'IT KVKHV rCMM ml meet ) rr'iulrnnDiit inn ' br found eund IICKI) nv c-unmnniiK mc rtparill e en par "H, -Adv, column ' Jth ,.i!w 7 &7k fi i i i il 'M fi il ' 1 Ml ) I I y V .-"Ms W nija t f,s frj AidiUA '-,!. fi , .!.