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General Under Assumed Names CHANCE RECOGNITION OF ."PATIENT" EXPOSES TRICK "Mickey" Tayler Tells Detec tives Others Have Been Safe ' by Using Same Scheme While detectives nnd spcclnl lnves lnves tl.aters have been searching Phlladcl ph!a and nearby cities for drug ped dlers nnd addict", for whom some Ljncb wairants were Issued, have kn in the Philadelphia Hospital under ijsunied names. They went le the hos hes pital te escape the police dragnet. Tula was bteught te light by Police Captain Van Hern, who reported the tiltcevcty te Judge Monaghan, with the result tlmt nil such "patients" are new heing rounded up by city iiml county (fetMtlTCB. Clever strategy was resorted te by the traffickers, many of whom had letters from mythical physicians, recommending that they receive hospital treatment. In many Instances the applicants cached their big earnings from the traffic and appeared forlorn and des titute at tlie hospital where they made a pathetiu pica te be cured from the habit which gripped them. It was the cese of "Mickey" Tay Tay eor that brought the subtle plan te light. Accidental Trip Gives Cine Captain Van Hern went te the Phil adelphia He'pltal te get information from addicts recently committed thcre. Walking through the wards he Raw n familiar face. The man was Tayler, for whom the police have been looking for everal days. After lirst denying his identity. Tay ler said, according te Vnn Hern, that' he gained iidmlttnnce te the hospital under an assumed niinm for drug treat ment, ltn said that he went tiiTe te hide. I lireugh Tayler it was learned that tcvcral mero sellers also ;ire In the Institution. On aceh ,ng the report of Van Hern, Juclft Me mghan get In touch with Assistant District Attorney Gorden and requested him te fend county detectives te the hospital. Photographs of notorious addicts nnd drug sellers were obtained, nnd the detectives went, te the Institution. Other Investigators were cent te ether hospitals. Twe mere arrests, made today, are regarded of Importance In the crusade of Judge Mennghau. Frank C.attlnl, Seventh and Chris tian streets, who according te the police, distributes drugs after orders are received bj the sellers, wan arrested near his home bv Detective Clark. He was at first held an nn addict but will have another bearing before Judge Mennghnn this afternoon en additional charges. Anna Miller, who gave nn address nt Eighth and Jlace streets, was arrested 'and taken before the Judge, who hoped te obtain Information concerning drug operations In the Rnc htrect neighbor neighber neighbor heo). The woman refused te talk. She , was scut te a fell nnd will be ques tioned again later. More Praise tfer Monaghan Aletler commending Judge Men- tnan for his action In the drug cru- Ii , wus rc,,pi,ed by him today from WllJIarn It. Nichelson, secretary of the Law Enforcement League. Mr. Nichelson said many public offi cials had winked nt violations in the vast. "If they could be convinced thnt Ihc laws had ether than false, teeth nnd applied te them ns well as ethers, things would be different,"' he said. Glad of Action in Xew Yerk When Judge Mennghan learned of ttai spectacular drug raid en the Hetel Lengncrn in New Yerk yesterday he 'aid he was glad te learn that ether cities were taking cognlanee of the drug evil. "It will rant be long before all the cities of the Nutlen will band together a one te wipe out the drug evil," said Judge Mennghan, "A grent quantity of the drugs used In this city have found their way beie through criminal chan nels from New Yerk. X regard New Yerk as one of the enters of the drug wpnly ring." The district attorney's ornue has premised te furnish any funds neces ry for secret Investigations which uay "" Jfinl'd. Tills step was taken -.vuite" ny ui rrn it in nv im r,- le tioner wiirrimtH fop noiteI in. FIRE TRIAL AT the Department of l'ub- fused niigHiien Dv He Safi)ly. " Majer Acccpas Challenge Majer Moere today accepted ns a "filenge atsertlens In Council that the police lme allowed the Illicit drug tr.if. "t te nourish In this dty infc MtitPiiU'iitH were miirle yesterday ir5en bl11 MIIS Introduced te grant' 5,000 te lb,. District AtternejV. of- Mer " ,,Boreiis Investigation. Tart ?L "IM'roprlutien will be used te ee Wmteer coiiiieetlon drug manu Wers limy have uilli tin. ti-ntu.. J either Council or Judge Mo'nn Me'nn Jan any cvldeiice of ptili, r com- .xj, inej sliunl, mriKf. it ,ublic." If '.Majer t-ald. "Thaw Mild -e often t K Mr. flu ii. t t. ... i r i.... i ,!. i !.UI l-iinli.,. U.I ...II .. ... i.i.i . "1.1,1 ' , ' l"iiiiuilli'll III l-illlHUI'l- '. ,11111 It li.j ut'lfSH le K'liult thee Ma..m.i.." ihr.Ti ?,in'"' '"llnmtiMl Hint Council hi-no',':!'''1'' "' '"-hmc thi.iugh "e M.,,me .inlinanc,. u,rn the .secret v imi."i,:f..v.,lv:,....l ,h:' P'.'"".' "" nn 1... Vi ;. ' "'" linencii in lie neiu "P t'i the ('it j Cem rnlUr. Miniature Niagara l ' ' : f , . '' i CUKTAIN OF WATER City officials witness test of new fcprlnkler system designed te mint- inle flre ilangrr at Indcpcndcnc Hall group OLD STATE HOUSE City Officials Witness Tests of Sprinkler System at In dependence Hall RESULT PLEASES MAYOR Independence Hall was cloaked In a curtnln of water for fifteen minutes this morning during the, preliminary tct of a lecently Installed sprinkler sys tem for protection against fire. Mayer Moere, who wns present, ex pressed keen satisfaction with the test. A oOO-galleu centrifugal pump, with a pressure of 100 pounds, sends the water through pinef in Independence Hull. Congress Hull at Hlxth and Chest nut streets, and old City Hall at Fifth uud Chestnut fctreels". The jump in the basement of the cast wing of Independence Hall automatic ally starts with the opening of a valve located In any part of the three build lugs, fending a Hlream of water shoot sheet ing through the outlets, placed incon spicuously throughout the interior. The water curtnin en the outside Is operated manually. Tt is intended te protect the buildings against sparks that mny fly tfrem tires in the neighborhood. Water Seeped Through Reef The sprinklers en the tower and reef of Congress Hall were first tested. They worked batlsfncterily, but the pressure was turned off when water was found te be seeping through several places en the reef. At 1(:4." the master valve, opening the sprinklers outside the tower nnd along the coping of Independence Hull, was turned en nnd in n moment the entire center section of the building wns ceered bv a thin sheet of water that fell steadily until 11 o'clock. The experiment with the system lu old City Hull was just as successful. l'nscishv ns-seinlileil at aiUantngeeus points nway from the tljlng vutcr. Mayer Moeic Inspected the pump mid sjwtem thoroughly and bavs the demon demen demon btr.itien from Independence Square. City Officials Witness Test Accenipnnjlng the Majer wcie Citj Solicitor Sin th. Cilj Architect Sink- ler, Chief Hater City I'repertj Tire met aides. It in expected Mint monthly tests .will be made lu the future nfter miner alterations aie made In the sjstem. It is llkelj a number of additional sprink lers will be installed lu Hie front of Independence Hall. of the Bureau of Fire Marshall Klllutr. Dm Is and several of his GIRL HURT IN CRASH Mrs. c let his tcuctii) Crush te the Heur v when lie Blimnbtd the myatcri- uu maiden. Why w.ui Wurnijc he aliuckuil when h.u was introduced te her? Let Curel.a Wellh lead Mm lllteuuli the ballliiiK plot of her Y' mming iii-a niin:iiii , . k v. i r m. st? j ifi fiiwi m " OH.f VMIU. tednii Vnne : Xt iW m v k --' Blanche Tayler, 13th Street, Injured as Cars Collide I Mis. l.lnnclie Tayler, t went j .three, '1(iir North Tliirleenth sheet, in in the I ltoeseclt Hospital suffering from cuts and biui-fH of ttic bead ami arms she 'iccehcd at - oMeik this mciriung when fan aillo.iiebilo in whiih she was tiding 'with ti.'eige Knoell. I inember of (be lil in of th1 Jehn Knoell I'uriiit in ' .Muniifaclnniig Ceinp.inj. collided with 'another machine at Fifth street ami (!irard avenue. the niaciune uiimh i'. i,..,-, . i.ue iiiiiifedliig north when it collided with a car uperatiil bj Charles Wright, a N'.'Kie, 'Ien weed stteet near Twenlj -m d, going east en fJiriril a'niic. Wiighl ns held In SUHHl ball for a (urtlier heaiing September l."i b Mng Utr.iti. Siull'ii m tne Fieiil and M.isti.p ytn police Hlatien Mr Knoell lives at III." I Ninth Hr 'in! siteei. TILDEN HAS EASY VICTORY IN FIRST II ill PINCHOT TO CARRY iNNIS MATCH National Champien Quickly De feats Alex Thayer In Straight Sets, 6-0, 6-2, 6-2 Court Gives Albert 14 Days dw-r - a r-4. tm V te Wed Anna erstana i riavx rniei athc riPUTC BACK TO THE VOTER Meanwhile Defendant Is Put Under Oath Net NOT OVER A THOUSAND SPECTATORS SEE BATTLE Williams Plays All Around the Veteran Wright 'Arneld Jenes Defaults te "Up and Marry" Katie Anna Had Chased Him Frem Shep With Pistol . . A , . Says He Will Appeal te People Albert I'llgcr, of 3303 North On- was dlpchnrgcd by Magistrate plenn at i ' ' anna street. Is perfectly free te marrj the Frent and Master streets station if BOSS-Rlddeil Lawmakers Anna I'enter or Kutle Hipp, nnd has this morning nt a further hearing. I hen i two weeks te make up his mind. the parties te the complaint adjourned Balk at HlG Program But if he marries Anna he gees free, te the magistrate's private eflicc, where while if he marries Katie he will be Pllger was arraigned en n warrant j held for eeurt. , , which the girl swore te yesterday. PRnMRFl TO Fill Fll I Meanwhile, during the two weeks of Miss I'enter testifies she had met the I rnumioce I u ruuriuu "thinking It ever" he is en his enth jeung man nt a party in August last, FVFRY PRIMARY PLEDGE net te "up and marry" Knllc. year, and that he hail mnde such B CVCtll rmrviHMT rLCUUC This Solemon-llko nrrnugement was, "hit" with ber that she "dropped hei i mnde today by Magistrate Glenn nt his 'boyfriend .Tnck" for Ills sake. Last Feb- I Tu , . . . , . , , office nt Third and Gcerge btrects. The rnry, Rhe said, he came te Iward nt her J ' hundoreiisly Clieei'ed at Lew- .Magistrate held rngcr tn s-wu nan Heuse, mill redoubled the areier et ins le nssure his appearance at the fur- attention". I ther hearing. Hut Just te show that When Magistrate Glenn had listened ! 10 s n geed sport, the .Mag straic said t0 thp h,.H t(,8tmeny jie proposed the llJilL IJU iillilfCIL WUUIU iU m 4i.. istewn When He Asserts He Will Insist en Reforms Ijonlstemi. Pa.. Sept. 8. Glfferd ing. in,, minister wuee i ciere u, , , t t, m(lcRtrnte.8 ntt tde, nnd nt- ,'T . ' "" ",lpt' a'Tw ei'uZZhc,ZT.?TVi C"'1 of trying te "be judge nnd Wncher, Republican nominee for Gov- r.f" 'ilSe te tl 'hs'canceen liatic am i"H ''"", , ""'. " " '" night and nt w the court Instead rhc ""'Bl''','' s firm, however. , Mlffllntcwn nnd ether point- today. nlf AitHitili.. lt.1 r a am 4Iia Jm i ...I"'" .,..,.. - .l'. f.,.fl- !.... uiiwiiiiB iin.ii iiuw inix iiir ...uuiii, sn-r oil me lu? ul luc '""i"-"- man. I'llgcr's counsel objected violent t i,.ittrvvr w tikt fiisir "l. Aim II11UI3.1.4 ! "' .... .- , if William T. TUden. chamnlen America, was successful In his fi match in his battle tn retain his rrnwn i.. ..-. !...... I in the national Hlncrles nluimnlensliiii .-.. ,u .'.i,irir inJnrm,i and in concluding the hearing naked which started en the courts of the Ger- from a' defendant Inte 'n nlaintiff this ,he young man nnd young woman if mnntewn Cricket Club today. morning. She was arrested several they would be willing te marry. Alie tan I'liiiaueipninn easily eumi- i nvs aee heeniisc. t was charced she had ' weuiu. .luase, saici Anne n. . -iiie stump anci nppeni ciireenv te tee time nbeut you?" asked the majis- ' wene erG1. ti, i.P,i ,,f ihe leslslntnrs Filger. But the Teunt man ... ...... ... iu'n..nm.i..mniii.i i-mcnet lurtnrr snui nc intencieci te P. R. R. TRAIN DERAILED NEARALT00NA;3HURT Four Cars Leave Track Cause Net I Yet Determined I Pittsburgh, Sept. 8. (15y A. 1) The second section of Pennsylvania mail train Ne. II, New Yerk te St. I.eiis, I was detailed near Klttnnnltig Point five miles wcFt of Altoeuo. today, nnd I two postal clerks and one passenger in lured sliehtly. ' Twe passenger conches were attached te the ti a in nt Altoeun. Four of the postal cars left the tracks as the train was ruiiuii'g slew en up-grade. The nnrae of the injuied passenger, an ayeii woman, was net avulluble at the i ail lead offices here. The caii-'e of the derailment has uei been determined. KILfED BY AUTOMOBILE Police Seek Identification of Mart) Run Down in Camden An unidentified man nbeut thlrtv- ' fue je.irs old was struck by nn auto- . mobile nt Kings street 'and ISreadwnv. Camden, lust night and died in the Cooper Hospital shortly after being ad mitted. Geerge Link, 22 Veith King stieel driver of the machine which --tiuck ' the man, was released en his own rec Vi ?"" ft GREEK CABINETOOI EXPECT TROOPS TO LEAVEA1MIN0R Constantine Asks Ex-Pramftr Kalogerepoulos te Ferm New Ministry in Crisis ARMY OF 150,000 TURNED .' INTO BAND OF REFUGEES ; Three Hellenic Divisions Re ported Annihilated Cassaba Occupied by Turkish Cavalry ( natcd Alex D. Thayer, of the, Phlla pointed a pistol at Pllger in a barber I 'eve him.' dolphin Cricket Club, in straight sets, HMep nt Fourth nnd Geerge streets. "Hew nbei "2i. "2' 0,","' . . . . . . where he works, when she learned that ' trate of Pils aim tcrriuc serving or u.iiaen, anu i,e wna planning te marry Katie boldly announced tlmt if. n Governer. , fled that it wes net Link's fault he gets Inte a flgbt with a boswen- An envelope was found in the jiec 1. Facr-' wa 'scilbbled Ru AsncWnl Prix Alliens. Sept. S. The evacuation of Asia Miner by the Greeks as a result ngni;:atue today after witnesses teti- , of the successful offensive against thelp army d.v tiie Turkish Nationalists is Vr t.i t..j. .. i.i a1 nt... Ur.A, Ticio..e i. ...in n, .w i tee cieau man en wmcu rne name J VWI1IU, ilUUt, M1JI1 41U1IU, 1UI J.-V...VV. ..fe. ,.r,vi. .v ,.' ..... ..,. innv. "fnl,i serera ! his excellent placements were factors which led te his triumph. In addition, Thayer wns wild, nnd en many oc casions he threw awny points. R. N. Williams, of Ilosten, a former Philadelphian and ex-national cham pion, had little dlculty with J. C. Wright the Bosten veteran. Arneld o.Tnes, winner of the national junior singles championship, nnd one of the "seeded" plnyers, failed te make an appearance for his match with W. W. Ingraham, runner-up in the na tional junior tourney, and who, paired with Jenes, wonthe national junior doubles championship. The match was scheduled te start en court Ne. 1 at 12 o'clock, but when e.Tnes failed te show up nfter thirty minutes hnd passed, the match was defaulted te Ingraham. Tildetu-Thayer Alex Thajcr, of the Philadelphia Cricket Club, who used te play foot ball and baseball at Pcnn, came out with Tllden about neon, and tbey took the center court. Tilden bail en his Davis Cup sweater and the usual conventional tennis drcs?. The tame gees for Thayer. They batted the ball nreund a bit, and then stripped for action. Right befoie they started play Dick Wil llHms, captain of the Davis Cup team, and Irving Wright, the Bosten veteran, came out for their match. They plajed en the western court within the in in clesurc. Thajcr bad trouble with the net and service lines. The barrier kept bobbing up in the way of his drives, and the sidelines managed te be iuslae instead of outside his returns. Tilden had no trouble winning the firat game en his service, and also took the net three games, lie rarely moved trem the dmck court, but when he did he made Xcrrific kills at the net. Thayer could de nothing with Til den's game, and the champion took a leve tct. Thayer Surprises Tilden took the first game of the sec ond set, and then the Philadelphia Cricket Club representative surprised by winning en his own sen Ice after n battle of fourteen points. The cham pien, of course, took the third game en bis deliver, and then Thayer eame through again in the fourth, making it MISS INDIANAPOLIS CRAZED LAD TRIES WINS GOWNj AWARD TO KILLiLLERAND Thelma Blessem, Blend and Fires at Aute, Falsely Believing Blue-Eyed, Most Beautiful in Evening Dress at Shere REAL CONTEST ON TONIGHT Hi a Staff Correspondent Atlantic City, N. ,1.. Sept. S.-Shc French Presidont)c President)c cupies It ue the full power of bW office as Gov erner te put ever hl legislative nre I ciam and In event of trouble with the I Legislature be would go Mialght back ' te the people. ' Ihuphnslzlng hU statements with iSlriip and clear enunciation nnd with ; ninny Minkins of bis index finger, Fin- cuet said : 'I run going te put till' uiegrnm ever, but i will need your help. It may develop that there will be violent conflicts of opinion ; argument." en this" side nnd arguments en that. I don't want a tight, but 1 will net dodge a fight. If there Is any trouble I'm com- GUARD SEIZES EGYPTIAN Ki Aj9rtefd rrrsj I'ans, hept. t. Cfcergc alcm. an is bio,, emit nnd n iieeliteii blend iiml Kgyptluu student. Hied a shot ut an niiiujiieuiiu je ireni 01 me lamre ei tedaj, believing the enr te ddeut Mlllerand's. The. shot tournament en Stee: Pier lasr ntgbt. went wild. President Millerand was Her name is "Miss Indianapolis, i at his country residence at Rambeuil- r , '. , , , , 1 1 i te ' automobile she deci.ii t wear her hair bobbed. She. tnc i;iJSep wen first prize In the national beauty be Presldei Thelma Blessem. She Isn't the winner of the coveted golden mermaid, and she won't be called "Mlsa America" for next ear's pageant because of her award last night. That contest takes place tonight, after judges have iewed the stuunln? bathing beauties this after noon en the bi'.ich. According te the jury of artists, "Miss Indiauapellu" is the most beau tiful of the fifty-seven Intercity maid ens when they wear evening gowns, and that's the long and short of her let nt the time. Salem, who Is nineteen years old. wns tciaed by a guard us he fired the shot. The student collapsed, falling ns it" in n faint, apparently thinking he hud len snot RAIL UNION BUYS BANK Brotherhood of Engineers Pays accepted heie as a foregone conclusion, although net announced officially. Meanwhile, the Cabinet has resigned under pressure and King CenstantJni has asked former Premier Kalogero Kalegero Kalogere poulos te form n new Cabinet. Utunl eiders for the evacuation- tit tintinuni en Pace- Tttctii-etir f einnm rmr the upper floors for office suites $2,500,000 for Building in Cleveland -Asia Miner hate net yet been given. Cleveland. Sept S. (y A P.i- it is said, but General Deusmanes, Purchase of a downtown bank bulldlnaf chief of staff, is studying the problem located 'in Cleveland s "banking row, . n- c , .. ... .i , en F.uclid avenue, by the Brotherhood S. CBT. 0Ut U'0 ""newer under of Locomotive F.rgineers was announced tu(DC$ condition? possible. today. The buildine will house the broth- '''he troops will probably be taken te pxhoed't. co-epc-ntire national bank, the islands of Chies. Mytllenc and S The Indicated consideration was ?'-'.- ln in i. -n u. i . . 550 000. Aegean Sea, where it is ex- Tbe pieneit.v include, a slxteen-slerv , "'"" '""-v '" u" utmeDiuzecl ana Uls- bulM'ng, the thtee lower floors of which wei designed for banking purposes and LAST-MINUTE NEWS SOUTn KUSSIA REPORTED IN REBELLION LONDON, Sept. S. Rebellion broke out yesterday in Seutn Russia, according te a Hel&ingfers dispatch, te the Central News via Copenhagen. The Odessa-Soviets have declared Seuth Russia and the Crimea independent. There is fighting in ninny districts between the rebels nnd the Soviets, the dispatch stated. The Carrying a wnall brown satchel, ij'n- . crews of warships stationed at Scbastopel also weie teperted te lem came le the b.Ijsee and asked for !,,... t resident .MillcrnmJ, explaining te the guurd who questioned him that he bad u letter ter the i'resideut. Notion II SOlneullIlt flilATi! InnL .,, Salem's face, the guard suspected the man was mentallv unbalanced, nnd took the letter, tiremlsine te deliver it tn award last, nlzht. "Miss Indlunanells" is five feet seven inches tall and welch t'-S ! the President liersennllv. pounds. She l i high school sailor .M. thin the leuth suddenh imjuiied in her home town. Plic were n shim- if ine I'losie-nt'si e.irinigi hid left the uicrui gown of silver cloth. pul.ice. he apparently net knnnln" th.-.t Second for "Miss Dcti-elt" i ilfrn'iJS?,, TIV1.1,",1"?"!'" 'rl"J 7 V. " . " J jucii inn; i no au- be in a state of mutiny. BIG FIRE RAGES IN TORONTO PACKING HOUSE C'entlmifit en Vngn Mnetfrn, Column Imi FIND WOMAN'S BODY IN DELAWARE RIVER Drowning Recent, Say Physicians; Twe Wedding Rings en Finger An unidentified woman, sixty-live j cars old, wearing two wedding rings, was found floating in the Delaware River today by Stephen Husky, .1515 Almend street. Her hand clutched an empty handbag. Busky wus rowing with 6ome com panions when thev snw the body oft Ortiiodex si i cot. The police were noti fied and took the body te the Northeast (iencral Hospital. Doctors said the body had net been lu the water many hours, though life was extinct. The woman was well dressed. She wua about live feet four indies tall, with gray hair. She were a blue dres-, black coat, while apron and geld spectacle. MOTHER. ILL, ENDS LIFE: The second and smaller cup was given "Miss Detroit," Beth Madsen, brown eyed and chestnut haired. She erpearcd in a simple black frock, with u cluster of red flowers at her slim waist. Third and smallest cup went te "Miss Columbus." Mary Katherlne Campbell, who were an clabeiatc low cut tangerine coleicd gown, trimmed in crepe de chine and geld brocade lace. Beth she and "Miw Detroit" were se like iu color of hair, and eyes and com plexion that the seven judges scratched their several heads inordinately before they reached a decision. Curiously enough, "Miss Indianap olis" wen first prize in the rolling chair parade jestcrday afternoon, sue re clined en an immense ear of corn. "Miss Pottsville," Leah Knapp, sitting en a "coal mine," pulled by a quartet of singing miners, and escorted by a red tongued and enped sci.tctte of pretty misses, wen second prize, and "Miss Cleveland," Mlsa Lcile Charles, bow bew crcd in a floral chair, wen third. Thousands of spectators swarmed the Steel Pier ballroom last night for the Continued en Pnie Twcntr-oiir.Celamn Tlirre MRS. HARDING ILL Her Condition Net Serious, White Heuse Officials Say Washington, Sept. S.--(I! A I'.i Announcement that Mrs. Harding, wife of the President, has been indisposed for pecnil dujs brought a Heed of mes sages today from nil parts of the cenn- KILLS 3-M0NTH-0LD BABEJ&SS. ,,,,,,CT ' Mrs, Harding's ailment wns described as in the natuie of a slight organic (reuble, due te the effects of a told complicated by n lecurrencn of hydro hydre hydro nepheosis, uud White Heuse etlicials In sisted that tile patient's condition was neither alarming nor sitieu.h toinebllo had iust left Salem then quickly drew a small re re ve ver of an obsolete type and tired point-blank at a car that happened ie be In the front driveway of tlu F.lysee. At the same instunt the guurd scired Salein'fl arm violently and the reuth collapsed. The jeung Fgyptlan had n passport Issued by the Fiench Legation in Caire. He denied intending te sheet the l'res 'dent. He said Le had written te M. Millerand for money when he failed te receive funds from his Hgtptiun rehi tlcs, but as the President failed te reply he had ger.e te the palace in tending te commit Buiclde in the pres ence of the President us n form of nnuesi ngnm-r tne Chler Incentive's Indifference. This w-as the seeend attempt te kill Millerand within ihe last two months en both occasion the nssailant llrim. nt the wrong person. On July 1- three shots were tired nt Prefect of Police Naudin in Paris, by C.ustuve Bouvet an i anarchist, in the belief that it was Millerand at whom he was aiming, CAMDEN WOMAN, 74, COMMITS SUICIDE Mrs. Samuel Dletrlck, Erie Street. Sheets Herself Mrs. Samuel Dletrlck. seventh. fn,.,. 'i"!l Krle street, Camden, committed I 0,", tf. Woodland TORONTO, Sept. 8. Half of Terente's fire fighting forces battltd for six hours today te conquer a fire which destroyed ths '..uusasje ami laid rooms of the Swift Canadian packing plant, with a less of about $113,000. Between 200,000 and 300,000 peurdJ of laid toel: file, makiug fierce fuel fei the flames an-! rlnevtiuy wff thick, sAlfliic clouds of smoke which bainpmd ib flic fishtur:., cau.iug them auvtrv hardship. HOSPITAL AND HONEjUNION MINE CHEFS WILLED$20O,000jLAUNCH FINALDRIVE J. W. Wilbraham, Cape May, Alse Gave $30,000 te Mether of Kidnapped Children armed, a part of them being sent te Thrace. A dispatch from Adana says the tow of Cassaba, about twenty-five miles from Smyrna, lias been occupied br Turkish cavalry. An Angera dispatch asserts that tb Greek northern nrnir. ..nmna.1 s.1 ' three divisions, has been annihilated and its remnants made prisoner. 1 A telephone mes-sagp from the Greek . commander in the field says that tien- i era! inceupis, who hed been appointed te the command, and General Dlgenla were captured by Turkish cavalry w'hilii I they were proceeding te join the Greek I corps et Ahifdiehr. east of Smyrna. ' j Itefugces from Smyrna are nlrcadr 'arriving here, night hundred of them , were ureugnt into 1'lraeus. the pert of Athens, accompanied by funetienarifj bringing the archives of the Greek nigli 1 Commissioner at Smu-na. General Hndj.incstis the deposed Greet,, commander, has been given per- mission te remain abroad two months. I General Polimetiakes has been ap- pointed commander-in-chief of the , Greek forces in Asia Miner, following iuu capture ei cencrai Triceupls. Reports that King Constantine had left Athens ere unfounded. M. Kalogerepoulos. the premier designate, in addition te being one of the cleverest lawyers in IiIh country. . ii iu-u experienced in military affair mid held the portfolio of minister of war simultaneously with that of prc- i mier id the cabinet which he formed ill September, 1D1C. 1 During his administration he stead fastly upheld the Greek claims te ,' Snurna and Thrace and oppeied the appointment of nn International cetn- . inisv.en te sfudv the status of these i districts. He wits succeeded n premier 'by Demetrie3 Gounaris in April, J021. I Paris. Sept. S fP.y A. P.)Ru i mers that King Constant ine of Greece i Intends te abdicate are current in sev , enil European capitals They are con sidered here te have been iriven nom Lewk Claim 1?nn nf T71? color by the sudden recall of the Greek 1-eWIS IsiaimS TUU OT I 4Z heir animrenr . 1'rlnee t:..r nfl,.n. I --"C,', IV..1UW1.1 I from IJuc barest ) King Constantine's abdication is m. caulecl as an iuireaul peibility. as it Vetes for Ratification of Pepper-Reed Agreements is considered the only method 'of get ting former Premier Venlzcle.s. Greeoe'n LEAVES $500,000 ESTATE) POLICE AGAIN GUARD HALLennT: etiert te testere order in Creek affairs and regain a part of Greece's lest pres- The Frankfeid Hospital and thei hl"r .'" D '"" e Cxei'me Pub ,c l.tdetr rigc. of r, suicide lust night by sheeting herself Jn the head. The woman went te the cellar of her home, made herself com fortable with pillows and then pulled the trigger. According te the daughter. Mrs G J. Guhm, who Ihea at the Krie street address, her mother has been despond ent. On moie than one occasion the daughter says her mother threatened te kill herself. PRINCESS IN AIR RACE nrr Her Daughter, Aged 7, Alse May Die Frem Gas Fumes New Yerk. Sept. .S. (My A. I'.I -Mrs. Martha Laender, in committing suicide today in her heyuci in Ceney Island, caused the death of ber infant son William, three months old. Her daughter Lillian, aged seen, may abe die The woman and her two children were found in their locked ap.ncment, wliiih was filled with gas fumes. The Infant was dead, while the mother and daughter wcie taken te a hospital, where the mother died. Mrs, Lavender left a note te her hus band saying that she had been ill for two years. "I am taking my two children with me," she wiete, "a, could net think of leaving them be hind mc. Vhaiccr luck mj plrit inn bring you will be yeui. Ced hie you." J WOMAN DRUGGIST. 21. HELD: WHEN SHE SELLS ALCOHOL! ii.ni leiijicr imi .,, in his win, iu spue Spcii-er Crev Charge Against Mrs. Augusta Cehen1'1",;,,''"! ' Vu i !' '""' "?1';" ""' v"i v ".llll .) mi I 1 1 hut j ii m lilhj ilniith I ml I ininii nrnpi ... i v. .,,,' ' 'v KbttKLbtLrAU UNSFRHT Masonic Heme each was left SIOO.UOO in Ihc will 'f Jein W. Wilbriihani. a retired iron founder and former Phila delphian. who died last month at Cape May. The larrr-l .'id wd ml In quest, ,,",f . 00(1, ua-. te hi Kiaiidnii.ee, Mrs. Fler- i ii.rmer Frankfeid woman and tlie nieihei of two children, who figured la-r imi'ir in a sensa- ii Hues-it jne. la,. L Lewis and the dK Seit. S. Jehn I 'lie; and inter tlenal kidnapping case ine ciiiiurcn. ,i.u'.. lour, anu .iierg- et the tri-diftnei convention will see nice, iiiree. urn1 niMiriics ei - tide some Hi en .mini, as Mr. ilhraham was known .SmyTiia. Sept S. fltv A P )- . l!xlr,l.' C....AL ...! .... I. ..I. II .1. national leaders of !ic 1 mted Mine line east of Salihli; sixty miles e.Tst of Woihei- ei" Ann ru. i weir piipnrnil te- i Smyrna, It was stated in advices from din 'e hunch their biggest dine for the front, bar there seeir ed little hope lutificauuii ei ini P pper-Iticd pei.ee of stemming the tide of the general plan for seitlmc ih" .mthracitc strike, retrear of the Creek armv under th'n Insurgent, fiery and busy, were all Turkish Nationalist thrust. Deserters ready te innl.e their at stand. Thej nre arriving here by the thedsnnds. have net given up. although they nj,. The GieeU northern army, ether mea pear te b" hopelessly beaten. ' i sages slate, is retiring from Mniw. inciicHieiis are tnat tedav s session lewaru I'linuernin ami .uuii.in a. en tne Mrs. Harding wns said te have rested i well last night and te have shown de c ided impievcment ever her condition The, present attack, according te,,,.; Win3t0" Churchill Alse Starts in tlmiitc friends, is the tit st Mrs. Hard- j "Circuit of Britain" Flight Inu Iris suffered .since the inauguration Crouton, Knglaud. Sent. S. - (Tw- ..f l.nt. I.,,l1......I A ..,,., I,,.. ,,.,,, II I, in T, . rti.. ... .... ... ' ,'L 11V 1 llll ''llllllll. .. ri.iiinil "ll'lll l.'i, developed dining his term as Senater, but Mi'speuiled iiukkly te treatment CAMDEN WIDOW LOSES Frem $2400 Estate P.T-Twenty-tvve aviators started' (i, day in the "Circuit of Mritaln" llvtn handicap, ever a course of nn,.,-:. mntely si.iO miles around the Mrltlsh i Isles, beginning and ending at the air- IN CONTEST OVER WILL arc designated at which the air pianos must land Says Husband Left Her Only $5 'The weather for the event was brll- iiiiiu. veir iii iiii, entries was bv Princess Leevvenstein.Weitheini. ne-n,! Mis. itheada ts. Abeit umipl.iined, sixtv -eight, who iiivenipnnied the ,t thieugh her niteiney, te .liide shea in diinng the tlight. N'tii-lcii Chun hill Camden eipl s' Conn tedav that Ikt ( si refnj ter the Celonies. as0 eniereii husband, the late Saiiiu I II. F Aholt, n machine, which vmi Hew i, bv Colonel I. ul i. II Imi. nil s". In 1,1m nill ..slilli. e.. , ' "OH" 1 Referred te Grand Jury .Mrs. Augusta Cehen, twenty -one. ,vcar-eld driiggM. at '.i! Seuth Thud Mlreel. was held ler I lie Grand Jurv In Magistrate Itriish.iw today en a charge J ainennl Ing te ,::4im te his miii. Uleli- l lining mill u Halt pun of alcohol i n r .neu anu en or ieiinics Nmeiiieer, .Mr. lcett was preniiuent in ( ,im- i - - It'll politics, ami lived ai r,7S iteydeu Twe Leaders Split en Plans for Am sirrei, v niiiiu'ii, iii e-ii an I'suin te Sue for Patents s.'llt V - A suit U. S Washington. cpt s - A suit in e.iiiiu nuiiiiiht the Chemical I eimd.i linn te i issuer German patents sold by llx Ceveilim.-nt illirnig ine war pinii nblv will be bieiiglil in Wiluilngteii, Del , Sniuid'iy, Attorney Genei.i. D.iiiBlicity si'ld ycsti'idav II the pali nts mc icciivcrcil, he added, their dlsiositieii will be left te Cen-gust. te Detectives Clark and Qiiinii of the viin Muinl. The young woman had little te s.ij , Her counsel centeuihd that (he alco alce I el w,is sold for rubbing purposes. Inn Ihc maglstiale decided "te ei the Ciaiii) lury pass en (lie case. The detccllcs ic-t'ilk'il they had paid hi,i cents 'for tie' alcohol, which they said they had bought August -P. Ilir hi'-l wrlllns iiierri ir Will risji! i,mflin IV I ' ii . I'.ui-r tuiiii' in. lid , Mrs, Aluitl nsUed that the will he relnsed piehali . Judge Shea lefused the widow 's plea. Twe Years for Flaver Wlelder Jehn DILeIh, uuiviited of assault en Dc initie Itippea. v hose face he slashed with a iiiiii", was sentenced by Judge McUcvill today te two veins In the County PiIjeii. 111! 101' WANT A .Jdll.' TIII.K1! Ml IJ ili "Ii or tie in .,i, rtltel tn tin- Iteht Wiiii".! iiiliiiiins in,,,., en piCe V5 .1 it . bushing Feed Convey Dublin, Sept. S. lMv A P.) Dis. ngi cement between two Irregular Imdei Imdei epcianng in Count Kerrv is n ported te have caused a sanguinaiy tight j,, which ntles, bombs anil imuliiiie gnus wcie a- si by the opposing fncilens. line leader nanicd McCellistruiii is said te have opposed plans for ambush." ing a lern! mnve eu route te the w. lief of Killarncy, vvheie the people ar"l iiinuiiiig iiein uiiiiBvr as a icsint of the iiregulars' war en tiansperts. Hum. phiev Murphy, another leader, tliuered en the issue wllh MtCcllistruin unci Ihe split spicnd te the winks , generally in Wct Cape Mai, where be made his home for years. His wife died sii irars age. Mr. Wilbraham financed the search for the youngsters who were spirited away from tlie bein'i at (ape May m July, lit" I. and vveie found the 'foi 'fei 'foi .lewing September in Virginia at the home of relatives of 'Mrs. Woodward's husband. The Woeilvards vveie sepa rated. The "lflO,nnO bciiuest te the Frank ford Hospital was m line with the retired manufai Hirer's generosity te the hospital almost slme Its foundation. Sold Heme te Hospital Mr, Wilbraham sold his old home, known as the Wilbraham mansion, Frankford avenue and Wakeling sticet. te the hospital nutlieritliM. Siv years age, upon the death of bis wife, Anna, he deeded the building te the hospital. cMltiguishiug the iueif,Hjge In held llginiist It 'lie old mansion is new ued hi, "d miulstrative puiie-es and adtems the the new wings of the hospital in the rear. Geerge S. It. Wnght president of the hospital lieaid of diieciers. u,iti the large beeiiest w.i left "without moments Tie riulii.uk m,,. in a mnnii te tiny tin- administration ind already are shouting tlmt the pence offer is an oper.itei, victory Seven pelu em-n armed with riot clubs, are at the deer t,f tlie convention hall. They will s, there until the last man lias departed Mm., infliei -men arc in reserve if the.r seniles aie needed. Sea et Marmora Oah an eye witness ran realise, the di-.ister te the Greek Army, whirh is termed bv many one of the most de cisive m military ln'sterv. An army et leO.OOO men, well organized and equipped, has been transformed m rAn Continued en I'aec rtirut.i-uTip, Column Tire 3 REPORTED MISSING Clergymen at Cem em inn " Nuineieiis clergy inn, vere about the I Wema" and Tw0 Girls Dl8aPPr' cninetitien hall teclni and the rejierts I Frem Their Hemes bv"the"l el'k ?,"'" V'"'"! '"'" M'ni"; 'll.e pelue nave been asked te search li I nir lr,l- ,' ,V'",' "'" ""r""M' "f f'"- - M'N. thirty -live year 1 tig bieak up tl,e insurgent move ,!. who disappear! lie.n her home iie..i 1,-1 . . at 1-- Martin avenue, linn Mawr. Iinnlel Culnnn a banker of Mahanev ' -mwdiiy. Her f.unilv I.elteves "hi r ..."i - .Ila,Bt"'' h"g" Minis of ineiii-i I wcimiiii te be temporarily deranged, tin the strikers ami who is teganled as ! Marv L. Scott, thirteen vears old. one of their ben friend., -, ,e,, i, U)h et returned te hei home ut SJJ28 doc Ian i that DMi-jct Ne. II will give 'North Cleveland avenue sinec Mir a Dig majority .igani.t latit'n ntien. started for a party belli,; held ut thr, l.evus ion is are .1-i'iii.ii- the district home of a girl fin ml. Police of the i UHy delegates wei p. i united in die 'I hntv -first and Wk streets statiett main auditorium at the convention te- i believe she had a quarrel with her clay. Lewis piesidel. 1. relu-ed te 'mother and is hiding in the rily. cntenain a uioiien i.i dls. entinue tin ' Fourteen-vear-elil Catherine Lips rcadnig of the ( 'nonelogical leperi of nub. 100.". West Thompson street, is the negotiations betwei ii tlie miners and ! thought te have gene te New Yerk he operators. "This is vital te die with a v!irl friend When she dropped lives of the miners mid le the lulure out of sight A cdnesd.iv night the took co ine union, he san When 1'isl rut 1'resi.lnnl SeO with lu strings le It At tin. new meeting i When 1'istrut I'n.si.lnnt 'I , of the beard a hren.e tablet probably .Kennedy finished leading the mxirt'ii' PARMPR Kl I Pn IM PDACU will be iiulliAried ! 111" mcneiy of Uclegate moved for its adoption, I'n-si- i ""- .ii-i---. in uuneii the benefactor. i dent Lewis Hilled nltciil ion te the fin t ' The gift te the Masen!,. Heme was a I "nit Mich a motion uirried with it rati- I Neck Broken When His Car CellldM surprise te high Masen tlfcials heie. i ticilleii. An attempt was made te table I With Anether In Nleht lllil iiiiilinii ! I .... 1 .... l l r. .1 ".I.,.' "'" "" ',",, '""' " out et Mellefetite. I'a Ibis international chief said he d -sired Vice Piesident Murr.iv te aimlie the rcpeit and i.pl.nn all details. 'e paid Mm ray .nil the three dlstriet liresldents a line tribute. He declare! tuntliuifrt un I'iikc T fill.. -enr, 1 oiuiiiiTViie Mr. Wilbrabatii was net afliliiitiil with tlie home He was a member of I'u laski Ledge, F. and A. M . of Potts, vllle, having joined it before Ins estab lishment in business heie. One of lleuetlcl.irit'.s Dies Themas C. Wilbraham. of Allewm. N. J., one of the beneiiciuries mimed In the will, died last week. The S.'ie, . 000 left te him will be distributed fimtlnuril ou fust. l'went7-enf. Column f)lr whil"L. .;ir-,:V.L"w.:iy..i.-.:. Sent. S Mlv k. ii . I l..- V .-" I i i ii iii I'eiiiiiin. ii iiinuer, wus run l dew u and 'nstaatlv killed near his home late last night wliile returning from the i giange iiiainpmeiii . i Center Hull, A car driven by Mem In Nelan, of Husten, a .indent at Stale Colitis, crashed into Delman, breaking' fit neck. ' .m'"J' ,.v1 iwJi vniiMiiiin v.? -- " v) Mjft fitX lhfu.. 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