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tssk-w W,hw i'F WiflWBSflRSfKWWHHW T fJyT -' cv' 5JrfEI'v T 'l"lf 'jOMfcT ' 0V. 5 II, iIj. f vi"-t v ', " i .i1 na'ii ;, . jf : WW 1 ?,." c if --? Pfci M t i M I ' 'v iH. -2 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA; TUESDAY; 'AUGUST 22, 1932 FRAUD IS CHARGED CONVERTING STOCK Clarence H. Harris Accused of t- Changing Thousands of Shares into Cash Was Tired of Life f .. COMPLAINT BY ASSOCIATE Clnrcnce II. llnrrls, urcslilent of n corporation known ns the "Hully Hey Mine Company," with nn e',Jce nt J 100 Chestnut .street, will be nrrnlRnc.l Thursday in Mnristrnte Scullm h of ef ef flee te answer chaw breuRht by hl old friend and business aecinte, Charles V. l.cnn, prefiuVnt of the "Mulrlan Securities Company. of fraudulent stock conversion. Harris was arrested jente-rtlny nnd i-lnnnirl nn his nwn rocecnlzniico te ap pear at the hearing Lean Miy that he nlfe will flic a bill in equity te J demand names of person" te whom hoi allcsi-i Harris wild nteck, and nn ac counting of money alleged te hnve been J received from stock saie. The "Hullv Hey" is n minlnc stock. Lean says llnrris, his old friend, came te him nnd asked him te underwrite n stock issue, which he nsreed te de. Leun cjaliiiM that he sold S'J.'.OOO worth of stock. He had underwritten it, he says, nt 40 te 50 cents a share. Han is H A ..' '4B9 3 x. "V Was in Aute Accident, Corener Hears Taken III at Friend's Heme, Family Say3 AUTOPSY MAY DECIDE k &KS&I WJICA Uill.M.VNN Yeiiup dancer wlie hilled herself In New ort by taiiliiK poison. I-euls Heetnutcnlt li, :i musical director, who was infatuated with her, lill.cd himself when lie learned of her death 50-CENT BURGLAR NABBED BY POLICE I Mrs. Mnrv Mn Keeenn. twenty I two yearn old. 1737 Seuth Twentieth street, died suddenly nnd under mys terious elrcumstnnees nt 3 o'clock this imernlnc in her home. I I'nrlv Inst evening the young weninn .was sllditlv hurt in nn nutomeblle ac cident, trented nt the MUerlrerdla Hos Hes 'pita!, nnd sent home. The hospital nu nu jtherities stnle positively that the bruise which wns di"ccd at the hospital could net have raused lier death. I The mystery of the yeunc woman's j deatli can be cleared up only by pet- .mortem eamliintlen, which will be .... . . . ... ... maile this afternoon iiy nr, vv . vv . Trlnkle. one of the Corener's physi cians, in the presence of Dr. 11. Win field Heehrlnccr. 1811 Seuth Twenty second street, the physician called In bv the family in nn effort te snvc the girl's life enrlv this metnlng. According te William Mess, n brother of the gill, she was out lnt evening I for nu automobile ride with a pnity of several ether girls. The brother's in formation was thnt she had been taken 1 ill at tin house of a girl friend near the hospital. App.ircnM.i tms was net Lean sns. then nrranged te go out and sell stock en his own account, and old STfi.000 worth. Lean wiys he Informed a woman (1i Works for Hours te Enter Cigar ; the cne, ns the gill herself told the nt thnt nil the stock of the issU, imu ; . . ' hospital physician there had been nn been sold, and later shr assc leci iii.ii. CemnanV WarellOUSe, I lien iiutoinebilo nccid'-nt ami ether members llAPciu bn.l i rr-n t lnr ntlil t.Jtlf 1 Pr Mil ' WAITING FOR THOSE WEDDING BELLS s. . isi if(-j( v Nssv kiQ ,VW WJSI AiT,jSi.-J.i55 -At iS!C-V.V. B,-w,tei .! 83BS& i iTti I x gl 9 ri $w extra l.'iOO shares at SI a tiiaic l.ea also charges thnt Harris damaged his reputation, nnd he hopes by court pro ceedings te vindicate himself WONTARBITRATE, MEN STILL INSIST Hepe for Agreement Held Out as Conferences Are Re sumed Here NEW CONTRACT AT ISSUE The hard-coal miners have set their lares firmlv aguin't any suggestion of the operators that the new wage con tract te be signed April 1 of next jear be nrrived at by arbitration. Flatly refusing te consider nrbitra Sounds Alarm PLACE IS SURROUNDED of the party, likewise Injured, bore this out. The brother said the young wemnn was brought In nt 11 o'clock nnd nt .' tills morning her mother. Mrs. Helen Mess, heard her cry out nnd went te her room. The girl was writhing In ngeny. The mother hurried te get her water, nnu wnen mic returned teund svviii.i)' tftm M?ai $ii t i ,&, , is.iMfyprwwa1 M ' v .""""" ,.K Trr.?'fwvCa dcorge Chesney and sovcntccn-year-eld Mabel Bnhcr, of Wildwood, ' in the Camden ferry house today waiting for a train te talie them bach home. They eloped te lMilladelphia yesterday and were arrested. Beth said the wedding bells would chime sooner or later Judge McDevitt Acts, Against Organization Scored by Rog ers as Anarchistic SNELLENBURG CO. WINS J J. Was Toe Obliging ITT iw W-;r . :v 4n! M.W Ai tt 'is&l ? iy n ?r 'j An Intnider who worked for hours te gain entrance te tiie warehouse of ' j,er ,ca, the Franklin Cigar Company. 1H DjmcuKy Identlli.g Girl Seuth Frent stieet. cnrlv tednv get Thp Mi(,orI(.enlill IIe,pltnl ,,,, diffi. fifty pennies for his troubles. Then lie rity at first Identifying the girl ns u was arrested. patient treated there. The records While working In the place he had I showed that she had given her name as " " , , ' ,.!mi Mary Mess, using her maiden name. The sounded a burslar alarm, Dunging n ntllt,ls trPntt.,i for s.iKUt bruises were wngonlead of patrolmen te the scene, j a. .T. McDevitt. twcnt.Wwe ,cnrs old, The idncc was surrounded, and the man , -Je- Merris sticct. who has a bruise , Ien the forehead and left shoulder, and captured. an cight-j ear-old girl. Hstelle Ilunsel. The pennies found in bis pocket, nc-, mnn 4)) Xertii n.isslrr street. She, ffirilin? te Sidney (iet'deMtv. of ."117toe. lind slight bruises The girl who Snnem street, n member of the firm, 'died had a bruise en the ferelicad. They " , , ., ,.,, .,., i l explained that nt Sity-th rd street and v,ere taken from the cash regis'.-r in lirliri, . 10;. ,,,, U)yt (. &- Street Sergntnt Seumag , "xK5JSi WerceWrS polled ?Be.n?r..n Z 'xlV h? ' ' their .eats and br'uisieg them, and ratrelman Ueblnsfii -cahd u rear! "Ne Sign of Alcohol" wall of the warehouse, and found n 11ie superintendent 0f Mlserlcerdla man cowering in n corner of the jard. J n,tnl Mll, tlmt some en(J at thc He evidently had been scared from t hp , c . office thls lnernK hn(1 alp huili lnir hv the sic it of natrcdmen who, ,i ii,.. i iui.., i.. .,. ""' " ......-.-r, .-.- . iuii liiu ivh-iiuwih; i.im 4ii-j,vh lllllt lli tien. the itilners. headed by Jehn L. were uy tins time lumu nj i.m in ...v.- ,rl ,, becn i,u(vcric fro, lcnhel- Leirh. their union chief, nevertheless l,"r."'' ."JjinTv nn. e '" Tenv ' lMn "'V1 hmW..2S ,1BVe b7n ""'1 '..... , J , ' -the prisoner gave ins nunr .is xenj tl) 0 ilnine. "This was ubseltite v net vore optimistic when their conferences Frnm0 nc had craw cd up. te the t,e case." said the Miperlntcndent. with the operators were resumed this r00f nf n rPar shed and had pjicd open There was no si3n of nlcohel en any mirmuuii. nils iiinttes wic nun nay ui: n seeoml-Ileor winnow. i uiiiini: n ,,i.r r nnrti." sheet of iron blocking his way. fas- Mrs ji0!.s (md been married for six: tened In front of the window te fell'jenis nnd leaves n five-year-old son. burglars, nbeut n feet from the win-.jirr family sns slic and her husband dew, France cut a hole In the lloer be- i FCpnrated a ear after the marriage, tween the window and the Iren bar-i am) that he new lives in Atlantic City. rlcr nnd dropped inreugu ie uie urbi I fleer. . . . It Is thought a trucU with cented workers nnd operators have been In con sulfatien. Just hew solidly the mine workers of District It. composing fiO.OOO mine workers, stand against arbitration with coal operators may be gleaned from the follevviug telcgrnm received today from Jlalinney tlty by Christ .1 (ielden. of ASLEEP AT WHEEL, AUTOIST IS KILLED William Freeman, of Hammen- ten, Fatally Hurt en Read Near Indian Mill ELOPES WITH GIRL UNCONSCIOUS WHEN FOUND HELD AS ABDUCTOR Man and Fiancee, 19, Taken Back te Wildwood After Night in Camden Jail HE'S MARRIED, IS CHARGE Hh&mekin. who is in conference with the operators. The telegram says: "Mine locals of Muhunev t'it.v and nurreunding places will accept no Arbitration or nny agreement le,s than a four-year one. Insist en check off. 3Iine locals appreciate jour stand and prefer te fight it out te n finish." It was signed by Jehn Strnmbe, vice president. District !). I 'nlted Mine Workers of America. It is understood the miners arc will ing te return te work under present wages and conditions, provided they obtain the kind of contract they are erates may have been in wnltlng. ready te make n clean-up in the place. WIFE LAY DEAdTeHRS. BESIDE HER HUSBAND Cripple Didn't Knew It Until Neigh bors Made Discovery Mr- Mary F. Hrenn. fifty -sn Tears old. "."0 Fine street. Camden, luv dead en the fleer beside her husband for ten hours before her bedv was finally dls- after next April. They realise that it covered bj neighbors las night. te return until nil mat- i ner nusiinmi. .lenn i imm, s,a would be futile ters have been definitely settled, nnd it it this goal both sides arc seeking. The operators nre as optimistic at the miners, hut they feel that arbitra tion is the panacea for the ills of the coal fields. Their side of the matter Is being pressed genially but with con viction. The session yesfenlny closed after n .two-hour discussion without either side finding Itself in position te make u tatement concerning tangible results. STOLEN CARS IDENTIFIED: "AUTO salesman;' IS HELD Prisoner Insists He Didn't Even Get Tip for Disposing of Machines Clarence Van Hern, of Hunn ntrect near Krewstewn read, Frnnkferd, a former police van driver, was held In 32000 bail for the Grand Jury tedav by Majlstrnte Ceward en two charges of stealing automobiles. One of the stolen cuis vvns identified t.v- sW year old. a p.iralytic. lying en the fleer of their two-mom apartment with in an arm's length of his dead wife, moaned, "1 didn't even knew my peer wife had died." Corener Arthur Hull Intends te have the man removed te one of the Camden County Institutions. FURTHERCHECKS HELP SESQUI-CENTENNIAL PLAN Edward Robins Receives Mere Meney te Aid Big Project Fdwnrd Keblns, secretary of thc Ses-qui-Centcnnial Inhibition Association, today received, as 'I membership sub scription, a check which had been writ ten last March, and another check from .my family. the same person, for membership in the Genealogical Society of I'ennsylvnntn, of which Mr. Kebins has been fur many vnnrn enrrpsneildlUS secretary. Yeu will doubtless be surprised, CRITIC OF PRISON IS "NUT" AND LIAR. SAYSMcKENTY Eastern Penitentiary Warden De nies Convicts Get Drugs Charges that n well organized dope ring exists in thc Knstern I'enltentiary were emphntlcallv denied Inst night by Warden McKcnty. The chnrges were m.ide vesterdny te Governer Sproul bv Dr. 1J. I-. Pudding, president of the Prisoners' Relief So Se cletv. He Involves n son of Wnrden McKentv. six or cignt eilhcrs of thc piieii and fifty prisoners. Dr. Pudding, 'iccerdiiu te his own admission, is a former convict, having scived e'ght vei.rs for maii-binghtcr. He also charges that the orison supplies lobs for the entire McKcnty family and thnt the feed is ruining the prisoner hearth. , Wniden MeKentj characten.ed Pr. Pudding as u "nut" nnd "liar." "1 hnve five son. Three have weik entire! v nnrirt from the nentlteiitiary. The two ethers are parole efliccis elect ed bv the parole beard. "As for dope in this institution, we areb cnntiununlly ligliting wliat effort there is te bring it here. Addicts nre sent te us nnd thej are treated until cured, nnd of the ltltll prisoners who were here nt the close of business to te da.v , lebs than fifty use narcotics. "What tills man sn.vs nbeut me ninkes no difference, but he had better be care ful what be savs about the members of 111 lug en the Investigators William Freenmn. fifty-five jenrs old. of Hnniinnnten. N". J., died early this afternoon In thc llurlingten County Hospital of Injuries iccelvcd when, it is believed, he fell nleep nt the wheel of the motertruck he was driving tewnrd Camden. The accident occurred en the read between .Medford nnd Tndian Mill, some time early this morning. Motorists came upon the truck, ditchid nnd " turned and Kreemnn lying nearby un conscious. Thcv took him te .Mount Helly. Freeman's, skull vvns fractured, and lie never regained conscieueneso. His mother nnd daughter. 1 living in Hnm Hnm ninnten. were notified.) The position ei me irucK gave rise, te the theory thnt the (hiyer might hnve nodded nt thc wheel niidttu mnchlna at that moment struck n .stone nnd gene Inte the ditch. 9 NEW BRIDGES APPROVED Judge Jehnsen Says Delaware County Will Get Needed Spans Pelaware County is te get Its much needed nine new bildges. according te Judge Jehnsen in nu address today be fore members of the Media Hutiness Men's Assrxiatien. The last Grand Jury recommended the new bridges, but Judge Jehnsen had withheld the sanction of the court. He told the incitimntb today, however, thnt The adage nbeut love laughing at locksmiths failed in thc cae of Mnbel Baker, nineteen' 5 ears old. pretty and defiant, who eloped from Wildwood with Goeige Chesnev. thirty-five years old, of this city. The couple fled te Camden te be mar ried, but arrived there enlv te be put In jail. In the police station today they reiterated their love for each ether nnd vowed they'd stick together lcpnrdlcss of all barriers. "Married?" they said. "Why of course we will be married ns seen as we get out of here." "I am of age," chirped Mabel. Amenc ether things te spoil their rtepinn dream was n report thnt Ches ney vvns married nnd had a child. This vvns denied by both. While their plans were prepnred with particular care, ene thing went nmiss. In this rase it was the interference of the girl's mother, Mrs. Clnra G. Itaker. Gn learning .vesterdny that thcv had llrd fiem Wildwood. the girl's home, Sirs. ISakcr wired the Camden police and then :.vvere out warrants for thc ar- icst of both. The elopers were chnttlng contentedly nrm in arm en the way te n ferryboat when 11 policeman informed them they were invited te be guesta of the city of Camden. There were tears, Indignation, defis nil te no nvnil. A warrant, flashed Judge McDevitt today granted nn In junction restraining members el lb' Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America from interfering with empleyes of the Sncllenburg Clothing Ceiupnny, which is new operating an open shop nt Bread and Wnllnce slrcctn follevvinK n strike of 11b unionized workers. The case Is the third of n similar nature brought against thc union re cently. Anether is pending. Manu facturers believe they will net be hampered In their open shop program, under protection of the vnrleus injunc tions. One. granted by Judge lingers recently, feiblds the ubc of union funds for strike purposes. ., , It was charged by the Snellcnburg company that the union called out Itt. members en strike, thus violating a working agreement with the firm, which had been in effect three years. Lntcr, when tlie firm resumed opera tions ns n non-union shop, it vvns charged the defendants interfered with the ompleves who hed gene te weik. Fermer Attorney General frauds Shunk Brown presented the formal mo tion for the injunction, while William A. Gray presented the union. Hnrry P. Fields, pioductlen man ager for Snellcnburg's was thc first witness called. He said thc agree ment with the union was nt first verbal, but Inter typed nnd nppreved, but never sisned. The firm lived scrupulously up te its terms, he taid. nnd until July 1 last maintained n union shop. At that time, he snid, Lnraru ,viarceu complained nbeut certnln conditions and threatened te call n strike. Fields told Mnrcevltz, he said, that all the om em om peoves were satisfied. Then the union lender, he said, said he would order a strike, ns "thc union hns te show its strength In this city." A vvnlkeut then occurred, he said, nnd the fnctery remained closed ten days. ' Judge McDevitt held thnt the un American preamble of the nssocintien s first constitution was still undoubtedly recognized ns part of its rules under u'liieii (i lmil been created, netwith standing n new constitution, ns there is no disclaimer in the new constitution of the old preamble. There is no doubt, he snid. It is still recognized us the basic doctrine of thc oiganlzntlen. The Judge snid further he wns con vinced that the Snellcnburg firm vvns forced into the position of being pun ished for hnving acted fairly with the union. The llrin't workers, he said, evidently had been compelled te go en strike in order te produce nn effect en ether clothing workers who were net members of the union. He nlse said there Is :no doubt a reign of terror exists In the minds of mnnv of these workmen, who nre en titled te be protected ngninst violence nnd Intimidation. This state of affairs still exists teduv. he held, and Is due in ihn nctlen of officers iu the Amal gamated in calling the strike. Counsel for the union declared its officers were net responsible for nets of violence of the members, but counsel for the firm combated this view, nml Judge McDevitt agreed the officers were responsible, and therefere granted the injunction. There was much evidence produced during thc henring te show acts of vio lence that had been committed byuuieu workers ngninst these leynl te the linn. These assaults included beatings?, nnd one case where acid was thrown. w v - s. .4 :si.;S.'i RaraSSESKSBSPSSS CLAUKNCE VAN HORN W10 Is sorry he Is se accommodat ing. A stranger ashed him te sell two nut os for him, lie says. He did se and didn't even get a tip. They were stolen cars. New Van Hern has a date with the Grand Jury FOUR YOUTHS INJURED IN ARDMORE CRASH One Is Reckless MAN IS NOW SOUGHT , IN GIBERSON MURDER Alse Fined for Driving Four young men were slightly hurt when their rendstcr was wrecked against . ft - I .A 1 .Oil nliilnrtlf Hill! a peic in Amnion- in 1 .." " .. " morning, hater ene of them Whs fined fn. fflnLrlnua llrltillL?. The, four nre William Cnllnhnn. Ard Ard mere, the driver of the , car; Samuel Wolfe, of Radner; Jehn White, of Mill Creek, Ardmerc, and Jehn Legue, of Ilosement. ... . . A The four, packed in thc roadster, sped down hnncuster pike, according te the police, nt n reckless rate. At Cricket avenue the car get out of con trol, hit the curb nnd struck a pole. All four youths weie thrown out. The youths, bleeding from superficial cuts, were token te the Uryn Mnwr Hospital, where surgeons seen saw their injuries werq net serious. Mnglstrnte Stlllwngen this morning fined Callahan .fl.l.CO for reckless driv ing nnd made him pny .f5 te repair damage te n traffic sign. BEWARESLICK SWINDLER WHO P0SES AS PEDDLER One Weman Robbed of Purse, Little Girl Anether Victim Mrs, Helen Kelly, U144 North Hepe stieet, niiide a. purchnee of home re ligious pictures from ti peddler nt her front deer, nnd upon going buck into the house found she had dropped her pockctbeok. Ituuning back te the deer, she taw that pockctbeok nnd peddler both bad disappeared. She lest $10. Mrs. Kelly describes thc man ns about fifty .vcars old, with n decided Irish brogue. He wears gelu-rimmcu specta cles, is stout .about five feet live inches In height, and wears n dark brown lint and suit. A man nrtswcrlng the same descrip tion has been operating in the neighbor hood for thc last week. Sometimes he collects money for "n starving priest in Bristel," It Is said, lie tried n new one this nfternoen. The mother of Agnes Barnigan, nine ymis old. of '2'2 KaM Silver street, left the child tit home with n $5 bill nnd instructions te give !?1 of it te an installment house collector. The peddler called nftcr (he mother had leit. "De ,veu knew who l urn?'' he asked the child. "Yes. jeu nic t lie Installment man." "Ilighl, have jeu the money?" Detective, Touched by chlti dren's Plea, Gets Out of 4 Difficult Situation '$ MAN NABBED AS FUGITIVE l Detectives In fiction snoen .a.j until they net the evidence then Sil M pounce upon "their man." In real M l deteetlvM' hrt n ,.i " I" !&.'. they act. like tijki. T.VanTe, .VkS iriikethat:'VCMCMftnu9,e,c,,y Detective McManus was given n ', rent yesterday te aervc upon r,ertiin, Bermnn, thirty years old. TOO l K street. It wns n fugitive wnfrV sworn out by Warren Fretz. of Deilit town, n game Wnrden of Bucks Count, charging the passing of a werthlX check. " McMnnus went after dinner laet nlng te 3JiO Itltncr street, where Uik' ene sold Bermnn was upstairs. ' T Children Plead far net. TlfttlVitlvAa ,1n.nt nArtA .... aU.i' ! first, se McMnnus hurried along. eptilS the deer of the second-story front, there was his man, buttoning enVftV nighties of three little children. Ifi. wife wns at Atlantic Cltv. '? As th6,doer swung open the tliri1! n1.ll.lAM ftl.WMArl H...1 ..., ...I.,. V ." i I uiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiru widc-cyedaC the visitor. Bermnn arose from tb edee l the bed nnd looked nt t, iT"' t ruder. Drawing his warrant from wi-l 1lAtAf ffn,l1IU 1.1 l.ln l&. ft . 1.. I siennl maimer, told Berman he wri. rested. , . Bermnn looked nt the big dctecttn ' then down nt the little nMU...' clustered nlwut his feet, by this tint clinging te his 1 trousers.' legs. ClilltJrm : knew what "arrest" means around Third and Rltncr streets. ;-,, ' The children wailed and begged tin detective net te take their daddv awu McManus was stuck. He didn't b what te de next. He had te "nukebW pinch," lie explained today, but hte nbeut thc kids? What could a man in uiij vvuy .' Held in $400 Bail Se McMnnus (old the children r. thins vvns nil right, it was oil in r., and then he helped his prisoner drfii them again. Hand in hand the tun i and the children walked along tail street, tnc cniiurrn trotting nlengih giceiui uniiuipaiiuii 10 .1 corner cana; shop. This was something new ibJ something geed. First you nre put pre.' testing te bed. then a big man com along, helps uress you ana take tic ltl!Hll "Ml- ftwft 1, ft.ft.ft.ft. .ft a McMnnus bought ice cream cones iH nreunii iiimi iiii;i'ui .ui uie cauam. Then the happy youngsters were turn! ever te n neighbor, n Mrs. Weisi, wb lives at. 2400 Seuth Fourth street, nut tucked into bed. Mrt.. Berman i telegraphed for and Berman taken U City Hall. iMagtstrate Ceward Md 1.1.,. f.MflAf S 1011 hA.11 fni rmtrf FIRE DESTROYS 4 TRUCKS any time, nnd I'll abide by the results." BABY VILLAGE DEDICATED of the bridges were needed, null thnt lie i i,. ., hi..i.-ai.i,h- .1aaih HitM n. would give sanction as seen as all legal plained the policeman's interest and reuulrcmcnts had hi en complied with, i ti,n accompanied him without further Ter Instance.. In- said, he had just ap de'. Chesnev was charged with nbdtic- proved tin-se-called Vb'terla l'lush Mill ten ,,nj i)0t-, wcn, cherged with as- bridge, ever (rums l reek nt the lial- s.,t ,.nd battery en Mrs. Baker. tlmeie pike. HELD FOR MILL THEFT as . .... - . ...jfta...A a. n,r.i,3i i .nnu.nrinn MA tllA lirflt.ArlV nf 11 lifting II ll 1 .!, Mine ,.f IMi in "nf rtrtlUIS Wl r-t,l,,uc sfty ,, . w ,. ft. w. . .. ...u ,...-,..... ... ... ........i ... .ll,lt "li Ml'" lift'.-. '" .....w... i viggins I.I.mS 'Ihomp-en street The t(lp dates en the iliei-ks, but better late Meese at Aurera ether enr was net Identified than never. I r.m in res them one nf mera II" Aug 'SJ. ( I!,v A V ) According te the tcstiinnnv the tue,.h rA(.t ,.,d vni'ngs in the pocket , .j)(, .", ,,'f a bn'bv village nnd new macllines were sold te Jacob Miller. I of Ughtw.-ight even eat. which I had statu buildings given te the Meiim. fi fi Bustleten pike near Ruan street, and lni(1 nMl jast sp,.ig I thought they I cntlennl Scheel nt Moesohurt by Meese Mrs. .Ie-ephtne Miller his aunt, who!, , , V.IU .1M, illtP,ei one dav te ' and the lnylng of n cornerstone for n lives across the street. Mr. Miller said , j ,, w,y t )md received no , s.V).en() plaza wliii-h (Jhio meinbns of thnt .t iiiiitiiin iiittnMiit. worn mil 1 1 let r nil e ." -,..... . . ., . . . ,. ,....... ,., .... . .. .. acknevv lei geinenl i mini; it is spe- en the car she bought. n,rtant JUBt ,10W for I'hihi- Ann Hern snid n man named Ulster ,,,,... ,,,, ,i, ft,nmii.('i.ntinniil zuTjrjsniX ,:,",!,',' v. i sas ,z::l medlatel,, he snid. and has net even r- ' Mipixutlng organintien reived a commission for lib vmk. " .,.. ... ,-. i SEIZE 15 RADICALS IN RAID CLAIMS WEALTHY KIN. ' A T1 u ,, PLEADS GUILTY TO THEFT Communists Arrested as They Held 1 Convention In Michigan Yeunn Virginian Admits Shoplifting Biiilgenian. Mich., Aug J- (Bv A. w,(h ,,f,,M fnmn,nv, ' I'. I I'if tfTII (lllcgcd lllfiuliers of tilt? With Bad Company' 7,mmunlt r'nrty of America were ar- Themas Cellins, e eung man ilium- , T(,f( licre ted.ij by Pepnrtmenl of ing te belong te uu old and wealthy , ,llHtirc ngents, assisted bj Sheriff family of Richmond Vn . pleaded (;ri,n nndgeinan and twenty deputies, guilty te shoplifting today before Judge Th(. a,ri.sted e,; delegates te the Walsh In the Municipal Court . t (miVcntlen i tesien v.enins mi hi lie nun e'i-ii ihth only i : - tlie order nie financing tedav held the attention of the 30, 000 delegates and friends nttrudlus the thlrtv-si.i.end nn mini convention. The biibv vllhiL'". which i a mini- ntui" citv in white, nnd the Slate ' tentiarv tedav building'' lest almost S400.(i()(). Thc . ledge WaMi. village, wlilcli is the gift of I'ennsyl Watchman Identifies Prisoner Man He Fired At, but Missed Hnri.v Bredkiii, 'i iiiimiifju'tiifcr at 10J7 Hidge n venue-, was held in $800 bail for the (Jrnud Jury today by Mngistrutn 'Viwnid. en n charge of forcible cntrj and nttemptcd larceny. Ilredkiu wns arrested en u warrant sworn te bv Themas Mever, a wntch man nt thc factei.v. who testified h1' had sftccu seme one nt the window of W. T. Zackurv's stucking factory in the wi me bu Idius. tin night of Auiil 7. and had find. II' iccejnlved ISredkin. lli" watchniiin mid. ..icltar.v testified Ills plnce had been robbed five times. Bredkln denied the (.barges CHANGES STYLE IN SHIRTS Pour Horses Saved in Blaze at 721 Seuth Frent Street Fire damaged trucks valued at HO,. 000 last night Iu the garage of tkt Philadelphia Transportation und Bu rami Cemnnnv. 729 Seuth Frent trt . The blaze started en the second tim, and bcven trucks were ruu out. ttu j were destroyed. ,, Jehn Hnrthian. 7.T1 Seuth Frit street, the stableman, led four bend te safety. DEATHS ItTcS I rns'liev Suddenlv. Auc. SI. r-ATRt .T.. hiishatul nf Ihn lute MarKaret A. ( enrM. Hl:illn nnd frlrnda. nlee Si. L'lenwnti Hely NuinA Snciny. nic inviitu in iufi. rhtirtt.iAv. S..IO A. M.. from latfi rAildinn. 7'iOS UlcU nve. helfmn IiIkIi nun SI. cm enfs Church. 10 A. M. IaKriiicnt Hely Cpn IVmetrrj'. . . ...... .." HAltNUTT. .VUB. -I. l .MMnnc VHT. "Yes heic It is " The bill'wns taken ' Hlir.nN. v-Mew of lljnry Darnstt. sm !., inn ii is. i ne uni vvhh unirn . , Bt Hirlfnrd and Pacific uvea,. AUatih e thc corner store, chunged, nml tne i ritj . N'. J.. Friday mernlnn Intrmn(li Drug Addict Won't Need Silk Ones for Next Three Years A ...If .nnnfehkAil drill? ndilicl. uilh n long record for shoplifting, wus given I tun te three vpars In the KeHfru I'eni- iu in iwn repii'si ii.v l'he mail, t'ernelliiK Hrnih. admitted v.inin Meese, represents nu eutlnv of stealing silk shirts from a M ui-et Uriel SKiO.OOO The buildings dedicated included the 'cw Jersev Iluihlin?, and the Indiana Building. P. R. R. RANKS FILLING UP The raid was believed te hnve been tipped off te the delegates te flic con- ul-nne eincr ueieg.in-i 50,022 Men Are Back at Werk In Railroad's Sheps Fer the first time since the strike hegnil tlie "-hop fold's of the I'eillisjl vnnin Ttnilrend System have risen nlxivc the .'11,000 inaik. Today's re ports from nil four r'giens nnd the Altoenu Works show .'0,022 men weik- tent of n four dnvs anil liail h monthly income of S100 from an estate. He bad met .Tnlm CIai-I' uf Sevenreenth unit Arch' ....... u. ..i.i i 1....1 . ventlen. n bllftft-in. in rum. inn, i'iki ' ..iiiiiuii. ftui , " .. . , , . , r.i. i... i.i.. i'Ia.i. .k.. ..i....ia.i ' Mi Hiii cemnn 'iit night, hinge nuan I.I 111 IlllU iii'iiuK't mi iv niu inniucii - . . . . -:: . ...... - ... .i. r . .......... .1 .. ...n . mini Umin ii mi I . . .. . guilty. The theft had been of s uncs ei priipiii-iiiiuu - . .,1,,,,. .. UJ , ( This lepicsents :u per thlrts. the raiders -1 full normal weik-day feice. (,'ellins snid his sister ias Miss lien- Acierdlng te Sheriff Hililgcmau, of ,l(. (,., ,u.,.( ,. ivnnsjlvniiin rlettn O. t'ellins. of in North Fourth ' Berrien ("eiinty. pinns weie being fei-jstem Imi made n net gain of 17.TI street, Richmond. Judge Walsh will l mulnted In the i oiiventlen te utili.e tlie i ,,,',,,, , . su,p fmce.. As compared communicate with the- woman, and if iieal nnd rail strikes as n menus of get- I v 1 1 1 1 conditions nt the low point of the the youths story Is true, may parole i ting contiel of lieveiniin nt pieperty. strike, which was reacneii en ,iuiy ;v , ... fill t . . . .. - .l..f I " 1 .ft .. II rl ., ,n.. ,. .!... null. i iirrviuri'. Avnii-iiv.r nu uuit-i i l-u, i I SUES FOR HUSBAND'S DEATH HURT HALTING RUNAWAY Patrolman Prints Trampled Upen by Maddened Horses In attempting te step two runaway horses attached te n motertruck today rstrelmun William Prints was trampled nnd Injured, He vvns taken te the Uni versity Hespltnl. Prints was en n Woodland nvenue enr when the beises dashed by. They nar mIv missed a number of vehicles. ikl -Prints bearded an automobile and pur- t (i '.MM lfw ft...ft., . -. - a... iiuirn.ft iS9"lm M WW "c Juu'reu irera the ma ari.. -j clunr te the animals until BS15HttaM-n te the ground. k i w TflftWJfc Imaii. tin, Ktelineil nf H.i.nl.t. rj..v iyT.';""!.,.--.'.",.: ... v;.' "vw " 'M,f try VSvi ) jnituiiuuii u yevrt. Widow Asks $10,000 of Philadel phia Man, Due te Sheeting Mrs Catherine Knaiith. a widow with three children, residing in hnnghernc, Bucks County, bus brought suit ngulnst Jehn McCnrth), of this citv. te recover MO.IHHI for the death of her husband, en October 2. lli'JI. McCarthy, while prncticlng with n rlllu in the rear of bis bungalow en Neshnminy Creek, wus cureless nnd reckless, It Is charged, nnd one of the bullets struck Knnuth, who was walk ing along the read, inflicting n mortal wound. A inplui for the arrest of the defendant 1ms been issued by Judge Md Devllt. of Qut NeJejl; nnd ball fixed nt Sftioe. r tbere are new 11.7.'I7 meiu men en duty nnd actually nt work. WOMAN HURT IN CRASH Husband Is Arrested After Accident en Hunting Park Avenue Charles T. Frederick, 'JS"! North Cnmni Ntreet, was held in SJtOO bail by Mnglstrnte Peiighcit.v today follow fellow lug ti collision between an iiiilniuoblle lie vvim driving and u trolley car nt Bread street nnd Hunting I'nrk ave- Mary F Frederick, wife of the mo torist, is in St. huke's Hospital with n fractured leg. According te witnesses, Frederick was unable te step his car as the trolley crossed Bread street, nnd the nuto nute nuto eoblle crashed into the middle of ItC n nai uncut stme Heath snid his health was peer nnd he could get geed tteatmcnl at the Kasteru Peiiitcutiiir) "What jeu hiiffcr from i elnngntlen of the ie:icli," paid Judge WaNh. HOLD WOMAN FOR ASSAULT Chicago Visitor Here Charged With Larceny in Stere Mrs. Oeerginn K. Parker, thirty-two vears old, of Chicago, who sajs she hns been heie for less than n week visited friend whose name she would net disclose, was held for lenrt by Magistrate Ceward at the Central Stn Stn tien tedav. charged with liuceny nnd assault nnd bntterv The .vnnng woman wns ariestcd after a struggle jestenlav in a department store by Mls hmil.v Ilallewa.v, n store detective, who chnrges that Mrs. Pnrker hud taken some silk stockings. Ball was fixed et 000 en the larcenv charge and $n00 en the charge of usaault and battery. SAVES STRANGUNGB0Y Merris Rappaport'e Prompt Meth ods Prevented Lad'e Death Prompt nctlen b. Merris Itiijipnperf, 'l'"A North Twentv first Ntreet. s.nd the life of Hurry Brndii.au, ten years old, a visitor nt Rliiienslclii's Farm, above Willow drove, Inst night. The boy, when Rnppnpurt found him," wiih I) ing en a luwu strangling with a peach kernel ledged In his threat. Helding the youngster by the feet, Rappapert shook him severely until the lad coughed up the obstruction. The nresnectlve hrulc and bride groom were startled bv the nature of the charges. "Why, I can't understand nil this," sobbed the gill, "Mether knew wc were te be married nnd gave her con sent. It all seems se slrnuge. Whj " thesney Silences Mnbel "Don't tell nn) thing, Mnbel." he shouted. "A still tongue makes a wise head." "Alll-r-r-r-lght, d-d-d-ear," sob bed Mabel. Chesnev , satisfied that his orders would be cnirled out, retreated for a moment. In ii stage whisper Mabel said: "That's net true nbeiil Ceuige being married before. If he has a wife, I'd like te see her." Again the near-bridegroom came te the deer. His cjey. spnUc volumes as they glanced in thc direction of Mabel's cell. "Mnbel," he shouted, And the shout implied mere than liieie words. At this point there was a telephone call from the gul's mother. Mabel was peuuitted te answer it. Chcsmy paced up and down during her absence. When she had finished nt the phone, Miss It.iker wns pcrmltte! te chut n few memenis with Chctuey lu front of his rcll. Wildwood Constable Arrives "Just leek at veur tic." she sold, despite the seriousness of thc situation. The tie wan kemewhnt nvvry. The girl putli il it as she smoothed out the wrin kles. Then she brushed her lingers through Chesne)'s hair und tried te binoetli it down. "Ob, I'm all right," he said und whispered something which chilled u starting smlln en the girl's lips. Omst.ible Smith from Wildwood in terrupted the jail-deer tete-tiie and told th" pair te get read) for the sheie trip. Then Mabel gave Chesne.v n kiss under difficulties. They left nt ",:0S for Wildwood. MIm llnkir met Chesnev a jenr age. Mrs. linker, H Is said, objected te bin.. Iteciiids iu thc Cuunlcn niniriuge li cense bure.iu full te show the issuance of a license te tlie couple. TAKE 14-F00TSW0RDFISH Captured Off Bradley Beach After Heur's Battle Hnullev Brjwh. N. .1., Aug. 22. (By A. P ) A fourteen -feet swerdtlsh wus cnptuied tedav about u half mile off shore b,v sx men in a small fishing hn.it. They were attracted b) thu violent commotion in their net mid upon ex amination found the big llsli flagged iu tlie mesh, The net wns badly cut by the tight put up bv (he captive, which vvna killed after mi hour's, battle It weighed 700 iieuiuIh nnd Is belleved te be the flint cutured uleng fie New Jerney count, 'he fih was bought by the Bor ough Opuiuiltsleuers und placed en ex- hlblfleirV Believed te Have Been Implicated In Killing of Lakehurst Taxi Driver Orders have been Issued by Wilfred If. Jnvne. rirosecutev of Ocean County, (hat n man believed te have been im plicated iu the minder of William Gl Gl bcrseu be arrested en sight. (ilbcrsiin. n taxi driver, vvns found shot te death In his home at Lakehurst. N. J., n week nge. His wife. Ivy, is in tlie ceuiilv pilsen ut Tem- Rivet cl'iirgcd with the ciiine. She said her husband was killed by burgl.ir.s who bound and gagged her. Fermer Judge William II. Jeffrey, at torney for the woman, who hired New Yerk' detectives te investigate the bur eiurv theory, snent vestcrday in hake- hurst wiMi his men chicking up clues. BILLY WENT OUT TO SWIM, BUT NOT NEAR THE WATER They Put the Lights Out en Mr. Bell With One Drink of A. C. Heech William IJelli of Sc.vineur street nnd (iermaulevvn avenue, wus in Atlantic City jestcidity nnd wns thirsty. One gurgle of red-eje, Shere It und. At 2 A. M. Patrolman Will. elm saw a pinncing figure at Seventeenth street und Frie avenue. "All he had en," the patrolman told Magistrate Pern this morning, "was u bun and his B.V.D.'s." "I wus (Messed when they put the lights out nt Atlantic City," said licit. "(Je home," snid "Judge" Pern. "Next time jeu go te Atlantic City slick te the wntci." t S4 given the swindler. Then the real O'Connor, called, und the deception was reported fe the police. 3 PHILADELPHIANS JAILED AFTER RAID ON CLUBHOUSE MOTHER TRIES TO SAVE SONS Up Says She Told Boye te Pick Valuable Candelabra When Rajmond und Albeit Ham Ham eond, Gloucester youths charged with the larceny of nn arch of a cundlenbra, appeared In the Gloucester police court their mother assuming entire blame in tlie case . She said she saw the cnudleabra valued at S150. Ijlng in tlie ntreet nnd told the boys te pick it up, hater she sulci it te a junk deiiler for sixteen cent!'. The Ikijs were held in if'-'OO bail for ihe Grand Jury. DOG, NOT WIFE, HIS WORRIES If Husband of Phene Girl Who Ran Away Could Only Find Trlxiel Hnrry hnhrecher. et Gloucester, hus band of the telephone operator who de serted him te run off with nincteeu-venr-eld Walt Bat.ell, Is still worrying iibeut the whereabouts of hit) pet Pom Pem ernnlan, Trixle. l'eclnv hnhiechcr reiiuestcd the Cam. den County authorities te telegraph te New Orleuns ilud find out If Trixle in In jail with his wife nnd Batsell, who are awaiting Ihe arrival of extradition papeni from New Jeisc). ' Clementen Heights Police Seize Liquor Seek Several Girls Three Philndclphinns were arrested last night when n clubhouse wns raided nt tleim-nten Heights. IN. J. A uuun tltv of liquor also was taken. The raid wns directed by Police Chief Leuis Breltwelser after neighbors had complained of club members, who, it is snid, indulged in n drunken orgy for several das. Several )eimg girls, nl leged te be frequenters of thc club house, are being bought. The three who were nrrcsted nnd sentenced te the C'linden Ceuntv jail by Squire Geerge B. Wright, of Clem enten, nie Arthur Me)cr. thirty yenrs old. JMW Catherine street, thirl v dn)s;l Fdwnrd Hack, twenty-eight, IM2 Seuth! Twentieth street, thirty clays, and Gus- ' tnv hoi Iu, twenty-seven, 7.'M A'ine etieet, ten dns. i Tlie clubhouse, known ns the Hill Cicst. Third avenue near Krliil, wus the scene of the raid. FINAL PLEA FOR YOUNG Lawyer Seck6 Commutation of Death Sentence for Slayer Jehn T. Clcary. counsel for Guilferd C. Yeung. Huddenlield, N. .!., sen tenced te din September ." for Ihe mur der of Hairy Garwood, u Gloucester taxi driver, in in Tienten today mak ing a filial effmt te save thc life of his client. Mr. Clenry hopes te hnve. Governer F.dwiiicK commute Yeung's sentence te life imprisonment. IDENTIFY DROWNEd'mAN Bedy Found in Delaware River Is That of Andrew Uhl Tlie body of u man found iu the Pela ware mver off Mi) iter avenue last Sun day wns today identified ns that of An drew Fid, forty-five yearn old, of -IS Unilly stieet. The Identification wns made at the morgiie by thc man's brother, Henry. He said he believed IiIh biether weiit fibbing and accldcntall) fell overboard. Centrnl Laurel Hill Cemetery., I'lilticMlplli, l.l"V I, M - vtcS'AUDKN. Ausr. 21. MARGARET Me-I-'ADPEN (Uf" McCarthy), widow et CIHIW MrKutlc'cn Relatives and trlenj rltn Midi te nttenrt funeral. ThuraJny, 8 A,, II, from late reicldence. 2009 Jferrli t. SeIJBa rcciutem maun al at. Themas Church, Ml , A. M. infrment jleiy I'rem cem-itrr. v PATTKRHON. On Au. 11. ItS UAIIIIY, aen of Rebert and Llllle Pal efJ aged .'0 veara. JtelnllveB and friend lnvll te SBI-VIIS1K, en i-Hftiiruiy ii.invft.ii. --. o'rlerlt. residence of hl parents, SH5 KB KB lien al. lnlrrnicnl at lOrnwoed Cejnlnvr STKVKNJCON. Auk at!. 1922. "tJ1'! Clly. N. J.. OenNKI.UIb .STKVKNH0N. Ow netUn of funeral will e given 1IKI.P WANTED MAM! 11 KTCIiMi BA!.K8IB.W.V havemjw 70UC) leuiin. muni ,'i wiiuiii .,. ""j---i. neaa with thla nouae rer paai "', are iiualn preaentln a new company t 0 for tlnance, and need men for MJf SaCI I-eal. Beiilleman'ii black If-yJaJ hc containing- wearlnr apparel, en pjpi .. x. ininiini- Park a.r. Kearu. cw w'senilna: 782 1 W ctes r-" W55 Things as They Aft Loekingoutthe window of the average dwelling, objects leek distorted, wavy unreal If yu would like te aee "thing as they are," install Polished Plate glass in the windows of your home. The cost is but little mere. Writ far infeml Folie.)!) 164 HIRES TURNER GLASS COMPANY 30th anij Walnut ; PHILADELPHIA One of the Charlei St. (Balti more, Md.) jeweler hat an unusual opening for a tales man of experience. Communication confidential. 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