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'Al JCS? 5 &3t)fY r i 'i .Vfy'x i'1 .M w 5? .rnaayM'rfcaWy,erae light ffittSlMi warmf southerly Winds. ' TKMMSBAttmta AT BACH HOUR v; " I, hV ).( nj W K-5TT 0 110 111 II hmffirrcrrfinT ii.U' J J' Ires !f 4 ITvOL. VIH.-N0. -308- , fa'wM ,,te1 JSpfflMt wiiiu,. r. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1922 Publlh DaW Kseapt Sunday, ,8$!WtttenVric 16 Y CeprrlaTit. 1022, by1 Pubfle ledr Company ear by Mall. vmr.vi iwn rxfivpr &.,.: KM ' 10 KILLS IN; 1IETWLK DEATH CAR w C. Harding Hit by Mllim tl&dtng Car en White Herse &IT 'Pike Near E,m iWn quarts of liquor Pound in fatal machine Wf r ftL Dickinsen, U. 3. N., and 'Mrs. H. B. Cox Questioned v After Accident m 1 . .. . . DRIVER OF MOTOR ARRESTED Victim Was Changing Tire en Read When Other Vehicle , Dashed By in Dark WlllUm C. Harding, of 5030 Appfc trte .treet, this city, was killed bcferfe At tjt of his wife nnd ilx-yenr-eld L en the White Herse pike at Elm, ,tfj., t midnight, when a machine In which natal officer nnd some Phlla Phlla etlphla society people were riding Urnck him when he was changing a ,li the car which hit Mr. .Harding tre Lieutenant H. T. Dickinsen, for mer commander of the Sylph, Secre tary Denby's yacht, who flew te this city by seaplane yesterday te join the it. S. a Pittsburgh at' the Phlladel-- m. Navy Yard: W. Attmerc Rebing m, of the Ilacquct Club, eon of Mrs. iHertian V. Hllprccht by a former mnr ,rltfS Mrs. C. M. LaFltto'ef 112 St. Vtrfit read, St. Davids, Pa., and Mrs. Oettrude Watsen Cox, wife of Lieuten ant Harry B. Cox, of the naval air craft wrvlcc, whose home Is at 1B00 Lecaet etrcet. The car which killed. Mr. Harding ma owned and driven by Jehn Bren md, 1510 Latimer street, a profes prefes 'altfnar chauffeur, wlie lets out cars te meftbera of the lincquet Club. lie Is under arrest in Camden. The ether iBtribera of the party were taken te &radert with JJrennan by Corporal Cimpbell, of the New Jersey State Police; and released in $500, ball te appear It wanted. miT Wnhm rMk rptiAA ;fninallrtriiH'arrllWTri8 3vf9 ana son; tranciB u. eienauiin, a yrum Inent Philadelphia lawyer, whose home la at 5607 Locust street and the Misses Bind O. Hahn, of Trenten. Mr. Mcnamln owns the car. The Mcnnmln pnrty wne en route te Atlantic City. Elm, where the nccl dcat occurred. Is near Hammonton, ' akent thirty miles from Philadelphia. vntside tne town Mr. Haraing gec eui t change a tire. Members of his party tat he. had been bending ever nnd straightened up just as the car In which the riillndelphla people were rid rid ie bore down en him. PaasenRers in the car which killed Mr. Harding say that this In net true. Ha atepped out from behind his ma chine, they declare, Inte the path of their ear be suddenly that Btennan ewld net step in time te avoid striking him. ' '".The victim was caught up by the fender of the larger car, which grazed Mr, Menamln's machine nnd then iwcrved across the read, striking a tejegranh pole. It was wrt-cked, but no one else was hurt. Women Become Hysterical State police were summened: Mr. Harding wag beyond aid. His skull had been fractured and he had died almost Instantly. The women In the party ere hysterical. The police took Brennan, the chauffeur, and his pas enters te Camden, turning them evtfr w County Detectives Dornn and Smith. They were tnken te the courthouse and Vieetlened by Assistant County Prose cutor Hurling. State police searched their car, nnd according te Corporal Tighc, they found suitcase, sntd te have belonged te Meutenant Dickinsen, which contained M"a quarts of liquor, unopened. Prosecutor Burling was willing te i n m ' "rc,lnl"i go en neminni MB.1 The prosecutor waa asked tednz i ujcraDcrs of the party were intoxi cated, lie tnid they were net. ac btatc police reported te the uosecuter that Brcnuan'H enr hud been OHven "at a high mjecd and In n rcck ",M,.man"cr." The police also usnert J,.. "!.' tl)e members of the party np Pently took the mntter lightly. .. ."!r:en nml etn members of the Ptttv tela me," Bald Mr. Burling, "(lint "ardlnc stepped out from behind hla tkl. ",,nt et thclr machine, nnd that could net avoid hitting him." Robinson Olves His Version i Jenant Dlcklnben nnd Mr. Rebin- vim T w "" "I iiuuii, xjeiii men v tha the "refs,ng eewna-flnd fresh from V In3y n.am? ,s lieutenant II. T. Dick 28Vfnth! U- s- s- Pittsburgh," Rtenj' llcave the ta,k,,,C t6'Mr- Keb' fMmeM.,atte.r exPltncd the accident wm hia point of view. wpaatcally," he said, "that It was Wor J.?? d,rtnk'"K. de I? What "W. ?s I,Jtl,e cnr WftB scaled up. Dreiel ti JU8tceine from the Mary tea a Hi2m?', where We nnl bce te nd u ili "fl w.he ,ins a ureken back Atlan lc AVt ,Ue- We wcr,e K"K t0 m tiuuv y r re, my, ,nether- Sll Wl Vh k "i K?rl)f ln the smntner she III nef ke1,r.ee .bencs- I hope she il"hrelirLr0,heta,rtOCCUrrCnC0' ' denies Having Drinks n thT, ""t lcklnjen was my guest n the VP;i U,8 ,rccelvcd a bad bruise SSrinkl,,0,? ,h ,,,p' We 'iad m,t "Wc wtr 'riding In the back of the Cerilnwq en Vttl j;e delumn Three !S "1 VSh'fK! Jir'i1.!1 ',0R MAY ? ix.-.jlij,,"1 UIw Wwt column en m tff, .v Arrested BBBBBB'.i 'IbBBBBbH -'v-s -"?y "V i MBS. J. WARD IIINKSON . Daughter of Governer Sprout, who was arrested for reckless driving PINGHOT IS PUT Laborites Launeh New Party te Fight Pepper and Reed for Senaterships LINK REPUBLICAN NOMINEE AND BURKE AS CANDIDATES A third party State ticket which hns been placed In the field for the No vember election and has filed Clifferd 'Plnchet'u name as Its candidate' for Governer did se without the Republi can nominee's consent. The "Progressive Party," aft the new movement is known, was launched pri marily te further Congressman William J. Burke's aspirations for .the United States Senate. Mr. Burke, at the primary, unsuc cessfully opposed Senater Pepper for ths Republican nomination for the Penrose vacancy. "The new pnrty opposes both Senators Pepper nnd Beed, Republican nominees for Pennsylvania's two scats In tha upper chamber. The third partv ticket war filed yes terday with the Bureau of Elections nt Ilarrlsburg. It wan the last day for the filing of tickets. Under the law it is net necessary te hnvca man's consent ln order te name him as a can didate at the general election. Can Withdraw His Name a. cnnuiuaic se namcu, as wa.s Air. Pincliet, has until September 18 te have his name withdrawn. Circulation of petitions for the third party was called te Mr. Pinchot's attention here before he departed for bis nlitomeblle campaign tour. His comment was: "I fought for and wen the Republi can nomination for Governer." Several labor organizations arc the driving force back of the third party movement through the medium of the "Citizens' 'Nen-Partisan Political As sociation,' " with headquarters in the Machinists' Temple, Thirteenth and Spring Garden streets. This association wns formed last win ter te support Mr. Burke ln the pri mary. Clinten S. Gelden, district represen tative of the International Machinists' Association, Is secretary and treasurer of the political organization. "Wns Mr. Pinchot's consent obtained before he was nnincd as the third party's candidate for Governer?" Mr. Gelden was asked. "We named Mr. PInchet tierause-Ve think he is the logical man for Gov Gov ereor. But, we oppose Senators Pepper and Reed." "It was net," he replied.- "I knew of no law which mnkes it necessary te obtain a man's consent ln a case of thnt kind. Earl W. Thompson, a lawyer and former railroad man, Is the third par ty s ether candidate for tne Senate. Mr. Thompson lives nt 2010 Glrard avenue nnd hns an office in the Lafay- Continued en rata Twe. Column Twe JOHN H., FLAGLER" DIES OF PNEUMONIA Steel Man Had Been III for Week In Summer Heme New Yerk, Sept. 0. Jehn Hnldane Flagler, founder of the National Tube Company, of McKccspert, Pa., which was merged later with the United States Steel Corporation, and formerly president of the Rlker & liegeman Drug Company, died last night nt 8:30 o'clock in his home at Greenwich, Conn., where he had been 111 of pneu monia since last Sunday. Several members of his family were with him when the end came, includ ing Mrs. Flagler, formerly Miss Ben Ben trlce Frances Wennekcr, of Brooklyn, te whom he was married In 1021. Mr. Flagler wns born In. Celd Spring, Putnam County. N. Y., in 1832, thc son of Harvdy K. Flagler and Sarah J. Ilaldane. His early education was re ceived from prlvate tutors, which he Hupplcmciitcd later by n ceur&e in the Academy of Paterben, N. J. He was a boy when he began his business career, being first employed as a clerk in the offices of Huldane & Ce. in New Yerk, a concern nt that time extensively engaged In the iron buMncas nnd composed of his maternal uncles. He showed marked executive and or ganizing ability, se that nftcr n short time spent in the New Yerk office lie was sent te Bosten, te manuge the Ilal dane brunch there. Soen afterward he went into business for himself nnd or er gniilr.ed the firm of Jehn H. Flagler ft Ce. MISSING. BRIDE FOUND Delaware Girl Located In Camden. Police Seek Companion Mrs. Antheny .Tcnney, of Milten!, Del., the tlxtcen-yftir-eld bride, who disappeared from her home six weeks age, has been found in Camden, It Ih alleged she ran away from Imr huMbnud, In company with Jeseph De Marce, who H helng sought by the police en n warrant charging viola tion of the Mnnn Act. The girl will be returned te Ifer home. UPON THIRD TICKET WITHOUTCONSENT SPROUL'S DAUGHTER IS ARRESTED FOR Mrs. J. Ward Hlnksen Taken te Station With Anether Wernan and Man in Patrel MACHINE HITS TROLLEY NEAR' LEAGUE ISLAND Governer Hurries te, the City and Obtains Her Release The Governer's daughter, Mrs. J. Ward Hlnksen, nnd two companions were arretted near the Philadelphia Navy Yard last night after Mrs. Hlnk Hlnk eon drove her father's motorcar Inte a trolley car. Mm. Hlnksen wns slated nt the Fourth street and Snyder nvmte Bta Bta tlen for reckless drlvlns. while her companions, accused of 'Drench of the peace, were booked as Adele Gilpin, Media, and Rebert Tyson, v Ridley Park. . "I am- the Governer's daughter," Mrs. Hlnksen told the heuse sergeant after describing herself as Dorethy IClacr. She used the name of her first husband who dted during the war. She married Mr. Hlnksen, a war veteran, in October, 1020. Tyson telephoned word of their pre dicament te the Governerswho hurried with Captain Jack Sproul. his son. from Lapldca Maner, the Sproul home near Cncster. Governer Gets Copy of Charge The Governer personally applied for copies of the charge, which were taken te the home of Magistrate Teughlll, 1703 Seuth Meyamcnslng avenue, who signed -them. Before the Governer reached the Fourth street and Snyder avenue sta tion his daughter and "Adele Gilpin" had been transferred te the Fifteenth street and Snyder nvenue station. Po lice at the former station explained that their matron was en a vacation. The women were released first with the understanding they would appear for a hearing this morning before Magistrate O'Connor in the Fourth street nnd Snyder avcnue,6tatien. They did net come for n hearing. After call ing their names three times the magis trate set a further hearing for Sep tember 13. Persons who saw the Sproul machine driven toward the navy yard gates said that Mrs. Hlnksen narrewlV missed having a serious accident. They say she 'drove south en the-betlleVard nnd then swung left ever a read which cresses the trolley tracks. The tracks have been elevated about ten feet at thl? point elnce the line haw gene directly into the yard, and a read cresses the tracks, built en an incline, and running cast and west. Mrs. Hlukcen crossed by this read, apparently thinking that it swung in a Circle ever the tracks And back again. In some manner she became confused In the darkness, however, and when 6hc could net find a way out, put her car at the' incline but misled the read. She dreve hard nt the ten-feet bank and went part yfly up. Then when the tracks Tvere reached her engine stalled. Had she gene ever them and dew.i the ether side bIiq would have struck a ditch two feet below the level of the heulevard which parallels the tracks, with serious accident a strong possi bility. Car Strikes Trelley When the car stalled the Governer's daughter backed down again and found the read by which she had entered. A trolley cnr was coming out cf the navy yard gate, and she bit the rear of it. City Hall Guards Smith and Cerla saw the collision. The automobile was nut going fast, they said. They quch- Continued en Vate Four, Column Fire GARAGE MAN BEATEN, FIVE THUGSGET CAR Bandits Then Bind Victim at 614 Brown Street Clarnnce Winsten, a watchman tn a garage at 014 Brown street, was bound nnd" gagged after being brutally beaten by five automobile thieves Inst night and left lying under an automo bile in the garage. He was discovered at 11 :30 o'clock, an hour after being attacked, by Pa trolman Ludwlng, of the Tenth nnd Buttonwood streets station. According te Winsten he was stand Ing at the entrance te the garnge when an autoinebllo containing the men drove up. One of the bandits get out and asked the watchman If he, could repair a radiator. As Winsten wns about te reply two ethers stepped forward and pinned his arms te IiIh sides. He was carried Inte the garage nnd thrown te the fleer where he was kicked and afterward bound with rope. While the first man steed guard ever the watchman his companions looked around nnd spotted a $4000 roadster which they climbed Inte and drove away. SEJJTCHECK FORGER Fake Paper 'Is Pasted en German town Avenue Stere Pnllee of the Gcrinantewn station have been asked te fcarch for a man about forty years em ennrgea with passing a worthless check at a store wnicn IUJ8 me npuvj wi iuc icier talking machines at 5010 Gerraantewn avenue. The niiegen rerger gave a cneek signed by Charles 8. Branden nml made payable te James Stewart, and drawn en the Excolsler Trust Com pany. The amount of the check was $38.00. WEEK TO OPEN SHOWERY Temperature at 8tart te Be Above Nermal, Is Forecast Washington. Sept. 0. (By A. P.) AVriitlier outlook for thu week be ginning Menday: isnrtu aim .uumic Aiinnuc mates; Unsettled uud showers, with tempera ture above normal first part; generally fair, with' normal temperature there after. RECKLESS DRIVING AMERICA'S NEW QUEEN OF BEAUTY mmmmm . .11 T-1 . 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Picture shows "Miss Columbus" and the coveted golden mermaid y WOMAN IS KILLED "MISS COLUMBUS' EN AUTO COLLISION IS BEAUTY WINNER Machine Dashes Inte Wagen at Bread and MeKean Streets, Opposite Hospital THREE OTHERS INJURED One woman was killed and a woman r.nd two men seriously injured when the nutomebllo ln which they were riding strutk a preduce wagon at Bread and McKcnn streets nt 2:30 o'clock this morning. The wagon was cut ln half. Half et It was pitched en top the automobile and crushed down upon the occupants of the car. The wagon pinned one of the women, whose threat bad been severely cMt'by glass, ln the car. and she bled te death efere she could be removed. The dead and Injured: Miss Amy Elliett, thirty-two years old, 1217- Seuth Bread street, killed. Mrs. May Tiel, thirty-three, 1217 Seuth Bread stiect, possible fracture of the right arm and leg and sevcre cuts. Charles Tiel, thirty-five, husband of Mrs. Tiel, cuts. Merris ScharYer, thirty, 21G2 Seuth linmDCr street, cuts. Jehn. J. Tunncr, thirty-four vcars old, of 1212 Seuth Forty-fifth street, driver of the automobile, was unhurt. Continued en Face Twe, Column Four ADDICTS ROB DOCTOR Medical Kit and Hypodermic Set Taken Frem Aute Dnig addicts are believed te have robbed the automobile of Dr. Charles Fries, Jr., of 2044 Chestnut street, parked nt Twelfth nnd Walnut streets last nignt. a meuicni saccuei contain ing Instruments as well as a hypoder mic outfit were stolen. Dr. Fries reported the theft te police of the Fifteenth and Lecun street sta tion. He said that several small pack ores denesited in the rear of his ma chine had net been stolen. TROLLEY HITs'vAN; 2 HURT Moter Stall en Car Tracks and Chauffeur It Injured Seriously Jeseph Lelpert, 2733 Kensington avenue, Is In the Roxborough Memerial Hospital with a prebable fracture of the SKU1I and cuts et tne Head, re ceived when a large truck he was driv ing was struck by a northbound Mnna yunk trolley nt Shurs lane and Main street, Mnnnyunk, this morning. Lclpert was backing out of Shurs lane when his machine stalled en the trolley tracks. Martin Kllceurse, the motorman, jammed en his brakes, but could net prevent the crash. Jehn Dugnnltz, thirteen years old, 2821 Ruth street, who was rldinq; with Lclpert, wns bruised, but refused te go te the heBpitnl. SAVES 4 HORSES INFIRE William Kaleskl Risks Life' te Res cue Animals Frem Blaze Four horses narrowly escaped being burned te death in a fire discovered at 3:30 o'clock this morning In the two story brick stable of William Kaleskl, at 2344 Thompson' street. Kaleskl saw smoke coming from the rear while working about the stable. He sent In an alarm, When he returned the fire had gained such headway that he risked his life in lending the horses te tlie street. With the arrival of tire apparatus the blaze was seen under control. Damage amounting te $1000 wus done. AIR VAJE HITS MAN Gloucester Water Works Engineer Narrowly Escapes Death Theodere Allen, chief engineer of the Gloucester City Water Works, nar rowly escaped death this morning when an air valve blew out,, striking him en the ferehend, Allen attempted te change the valve without shutting off the air in a com pressor, with the result that when the valve was partly removed the pres sure wns se great the ('i.c-hIb were stripped. Allen was removed i i ' Irmn en Seuth Broadway, Gleu.n:"", lfter a physician sewed up the winuulj. Mary Katherine Campbell Be comes 'Miss America' at Atlantic City Pageant PHILA. GIRL WINS AWARD Atlantic City. Sept. 0. It took sis out 'of eight judges te decide that Co lumbus, Ohie, discovered the newest Mhs America, last night en the Millien Dellar Pier. And one-half the thousands who waited for hours in that great hall of ten thousand lights denied that fact. ihey hooted nnd howled, nnd only proved once again the futility of any Judgmeht of beauty. v "If she be net fair te me, what core I hew fair she be," the objecting hun dreds might have ming with the poet, when Father "Neptune, alias Hudsen Maxim, presented the $5000 golden mermaid te "Miss Columbus," Mary Kathcrine Campbell, nnd declared her te be America's most beautiful bathing girl. She automatically becomes "Miss ..!SfMca Ier y,e suere Pageant In 1023. n And while the jurors and mere than naif the audience were mentally at odds ever the question of her beauty MUs Campbell admitted that she is "a geed cook." After nil, that seemed a much mere Interesting detail, innsmuch as the jeung lndy is only sixteen years old, and there arc any number of sixtecn-year-eld beauties in this entertaining old world, but hew many sixteen-year-old beauties are there who can cook? She's net one of these fancy cooks, either. She can get right down te old fashioned ham nnd cnbbnge If she's a mind te. And she has another distinction. Just because she herself is a beauty is no reason why she should expect her Ideal mnn tn be humlsemp. "T t,t. tall, if he's fairly athletic and geed humored," she says, "he doesn't have te ue uanasnmc, really Handsome. And I don't care nt nil whether he's rich or peer, se long as i uke mm." Don't Crowd, Gentlemen It's quite premising for young gen tlemen, you sec, whose faces nre net their fortunes, when America's most beautiful bathing girl runs te toler ance of that sort. "My eyes arc hazel," she said. "I nm five feet five inches tali and I weigh 128 pounds. I guess you'd cnll my helr a chestnut brown, nnd It isn't bobbed." Net that she disapproves of ,bebbcd hair, her hair simply isn't bobbed. Miss Cumpbell, daughter of Mr. and Continued en Face Tour. Column Three BOY WANDERS WHEpTdAZED Returned te Lancaster Scheel by Guard After 24 Hours' Absence Lancaster, Pa., Sept. 0. After wandering nbeut the countryside for twenty-four hours ln a dazed condi tion Crawford Ress, seventeen, wna found by n park-guard last night. He was returned te Stevens Trade Scheel, which he was attending when taken 111 Thursday. He jumped out window minus shoes cent and hnt. nnd hnd walked aimlessly for miles without eat. Ing. It Is thought he suffered from amnesia. Miss Agnes M. Watsen Sliss Agnes M. Watsen, an artist, died today at her home. 1''0 Seuth Eighteenth street, after a long Illness. Her parents were the late Rev. Dr. Benjamin Watsen and Lucy Wlllnrd Watsen. SIlss Watsen wns a member of the Plastic Club and the Art Alli ance. Arrangements for the funeral have net been completed. Aute Victim Still Unidentified The body of an unidentified man who wns killed by an automobile in Glouces ter several nlghtH age still is unclaimed In the morgue. The only possible mark if Identification was the name. "Jehn Eger," scribbled en the back cf nn en velope. Drowned Bey's Bedy Recovered The body of Geerge Burke, nine years old, who was drowned lust night off the Community Center wharf In Gloucester, wns recovered today by Ver Ver eon Chew, of Gleucester.1 ! I. . 1)1) i YOII WANT A V8EJ AUTOMOnilK? Tha rlaAfllnad columns nr th Pu.nln. t..w Ue Ledger Hit qme of tha beat hurgln te be round In Used Cars en pare 18. adv. IS. MARSHAL IN SUIT BY RAIL STRIKERS Bars Federal Official Frem In terfering With Meeting of Capital Electrical Union ? PREVENTS HALTING OF ACTS IN EXCESS OF CHICAGO WRIT Government's Plea Fails in Part Union Begins Counter Action in Illinois Du Aiteelattd Prt Washington, Sept. 0. A temporary injunction restraining United States Marshal Snyder from Interfering with the meeting of the International Broth erhood of Electrical Workers, one of the striking rail shop crafts, nnd from doing nnythlng te prevent strike activi ties "in excess" of the Chicago re straining order, wai Issued today by Justice Hnlley In the Supreme Court of the District of. Columbia. The Court denied the petition for a similar Injunction ngutnst United States Attorney General, but without prejudice te n renewal of the application after next Monday, when the Chicago order expires by its own terms. When the hearing opened the Gov ernment, through its local legal rep resentatives, moved the dismissal of the unions' petition for an Injunction, but Justice Bailey quickly decided that he Centlnard en Foce Twe. Column Twe COURT ENJOINS U i LAST-MINUTE NEWS BASEBALL SCORES ATHLETICS... 0 . BOSTON (1st) O Ogden and Perkins; Penaeck and Cbnplin. Evans and Hildebrand. IRISH NATIONALS AMBUSHED DUBLIN, Sept. 0. A patrol et four national army men pre cceding toward Balllnaoey Bridge near the Cllfden wireless ste? tieu, County Galway, was ambushed by forty irregulars, whose intention il apparently was te cut off the Marconi station gar rison from its base. She patrol, however, took cover and held its position until reinforcements arrived, when the irregulars took flight. Four "of them were, captured with quantities of arms, ammunition and bombs. New Irish Leader Alse Holds Pest of Finance Minister Temporarily HAYES NAMED FOR SPEAKER Dublin. Sept. 0. William T. Cos Ces grave, Minister of Lecal Government, was elected prc-Jdcnt of the Dall Eirennn by the new Parliament at Its Inaugural session today. The only votes cast against him were by the la bor members. On motion for the election of a president of the Dall Elreann, who would be the head of the Ministry, Richard Mulcahey moved the election of William Cosgrave. Prof. Jehn Mc Neil seconded the motion. After the election President Cesgrnvc nominated Desmond Fitzgerald as min ister of foreign affairs, and Fitzgerald was elected. The remaining ministers were nelnted ns fellows : np- Minister of Heme Affairs, Kevin O'Hlgglns. Minister of Lecal Government, Er nest Blythe. Minister of Agriculture, Patrick Hegan. Minister of Industry, Commerce nnd Lrber, Jeseph McGrath. Minister of Education, Professer Jehn McNeil. Minister of Defense, General Rlch nrd Mulcnhy. President Cosgrave nominated him- Continued en Pucr Four. Column Twe "PURE BUNK,,;:AYs1flcAD00 Replies te Repert He Planned te Seek Presidency Idaho Kails, Idaho, Sept. 0. "Wil liam O, McAdoo, former Secretary of the Treasury, yesterday characterized us "pure bunk" a recent press report from New Yerk in which William C. Lyens, of Denver, said Mr. McAdoo had told him that he would be a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination ln 1024. ENGINEER SCALDED Empleye of Steamship Key West In 8erleus Condition Lars Djsnne, forty-two years old, engineer en the merchant steamship Key West, tied up nt Pier 08, Seuth Wharves, was seriously scalded whtn at work today. , Djanne wns repairing a steam valve when suddenly It opened nnd a jet of scalding steam enveloped his face and upper body, IT IT'S A TSEn AUTOMOBILE YOU want, you'll tlnd It en pan 18, 4tfv, COSGRAVE CHOSEN DAIL EIREANN HEAD Still Critically 111 P$KM$2ravHsB My: tmmnm ' v lm-'i - 9 r''HH'V ' 9 ' MRS. WARREN G. HARDING Whose fllniss Is causing consider able anxiety throughout the nation GREAT CROWD SEES Threatening Weather Ne Bar te Enthusiasts at National Championship Tourney THIRTY TILTS ON PROGRAM It was nnethcr dark day, ns Mr. Bliss views conditions, when the second round of the national tennis singles cham pionship started en the courts of the Germnntewn Cricket Club, Manhelm, this afternoon. But It was a bright, cheery day for tennis enthusiasts. Thirty matches were en the schedule, and excellent exhibitions were prom prem ised. Three Internationalists took the courts within the inclnKiirn nt 2 n'rlnnk They were Dick Williams. United, States " nip L-upuuii; .unnuei Aionse, the lntT.nnu "fAMe" finm Qnnln n.,,1 Watsen Washburn, who Inst year play- uii me American neunies team. It was freely predicted that these athletes would come through easily te teh third round of the tournament, for the class of their opponents was sev eral notches below their own. . D'ck Williams faced Jehn l Whit beck, of Hartferd ; Aionse took en Reb- lrtJ,'clT' 2? New Yerk' "'' Washburn battled A. H. Chepin, Jr., also of New lerk. There was quite a gathering of spec tators en hand when the first matches started, and every train nt the Queen lane station gave forth n new group of enthusiasts. Indications pointed te nn extra large gallery. The center courts were gene ever carefully by Geerge Weeley, the turf expert, and his efficient corps of as sistants. The gn..,H of court Ne. ; WflH tern un iellRl(lprnhl. I... ,! ..n.l... of Willis Davis, the California star, csterduy. and this wus given the most attention. The tern turf wns replaced and rolled nnd rcrellcd uud rolled again, until it wus ns smeth as the rug in the coun try mansion. There were some Interesting matches started en the idde courts nt 2 o'clock. One AvnB between Leenurd Beekmnn, New lerk, and Stanley Pearson, the local squash racquet star, who last year eliminated Nat Nlles from the nationals. On another court Carl Fischer, the Cynwyd star, who wen the Middle States and Philadelphia district titles lVcafc p,?'Cf! William J. Gallen, another New Yerker. Herman Dornhelm, n youthful Phil adephtn entry, found himself opposed te enze ahlmidzu, the base-line star of Japan, who yesterday knocked off """If ncnurapK, me AllClllgan SOUtll- pay. In straight sets. Bill Tllden. (lift AmerlfVin hnmnLn will net be seen iu action until 4 e doc ,w MANHEIM TENNIS PRESIDEN I S Witt i BETTER; PLUCKAIDS HERFIGHT FOR LIFE Mrs. Harding Has 'Fairly Geed Night Complications Ar Less Threatening j1 STILL DANGEROUSLY ILL: I 1 TEMPERATURE IS LOWER Patient Suffers Great PainJ Operation May Be Required, i Await Dr. Maye Washington, Sept. 0 The conditie of Mrs. Harding, wife of the President, critically 111 at the White Heuse, was reported at 0:30 A. M. today te b4 "ns favorable as can be expected at thlsj time." A bulletin issued by Brigadier Gen eral C. E. Sawyer, physician ln at tendance, snld: "Mrs. Harding had a fairly geed! night. The complications of yesterday are less threatening this morning. On the whole her condition Is as favorable) as can be expected at this time." Attorney General Daugherty, who re mained throughout the night at the White Heuse, said en leaving there early today that Mrs. Harding had passed a mere comfortable night, than had been expected and that he Relieved her "pluclrand will power" would carry, her safely through the crisis. Nete of Optimism The note of optimism sounded by Mr. Dougherty was echoed by ether attaches at the White Heuse, who regarded as distinctly hopeful the absence of any untoward symptom in the patient's con dition during the night. Mrs. Harding's age she was born In Marlen, O., In 1S6G had been expected te hnve n distinct influence en the course of her ailment. Without in any way discounting the continued gravity of the case, some of the attendants at her bedside took courage anew today. Temperature Approximately Nermal Secretary Weeks, who was an early visitor at the White Heuse, also waa assured there had ben a distinct Im provement in Mrs. Harding's condition. The patient's temperature at 8 A. M. was approximately normal, Mr. Weeks said, en leaving, as contrasted te the rather high temperature reported yes terday. Operation May Be Necessary Mere complete diagnosis of the exact cause of the hydronephresis from w.hjch Mrs. Harding suffers and a determina tion of whether a surgical operation may be necessary or advisable will net be renched until after the arrival of Dr. Charles II. Maye, of Rochester, Minn., who new is en bis way te Washington and Is expected here lata tonight or early tomorrow. An ex amination and consultation will be held immediately. In' which Dr. Jehn Finney, of Baltimore ; Dr. Sawyer, and ether physicians who have been called In will participate. The nomenclature of medicine de scribes hydronephresis as an accumula tion of fluid In the pelvic region of th kidney caused by an obstruction be tween the kidneys and the bladder. Fre quently it hns been misdiagnosed at dropsy, nnd It is bellevd-that previous Indications of the snme trouble in Mra, Harding's case have misled intimata! friends te believe that she was disposed te a drepsical condition, known medi cally as ascites. Se far, it is understood that It hasjj net been determined whether nnt ii both kidneys are affected or what may) be causing the trouble. Seme surgeons' hnve found that it frequently Is caused by what Is commonly known as floating kiduev, when one of these organs geta out of place and twists the canal which! conducts the outgoing fluids, thus ob structing or completely closing the paa-, sage. In some cases the obstruction hns been found te be caused by tnaf lodgment of renal calcus a hard odd crjstnl body in the canal. s Suffers Sharp Pains In either case the obstruction enm ing the accumulation of fluids produce sharp pains and n censesuent dilation of ilie organs, and If net successfully relieved causes the absorption or dis tribution of toxins nnd results In soma degree of urneralc poisoning. Until the arrival of ether surgeons nnd the con sultation which will determine what action is te be tnken, Mrs. Harding la being innde as comfortable as possible with sedatives, but she has been all through entirely conscious and her mental maculties unimpaired, and de spite the great pain approaching at ContlnnrdVen rare Four, Column One GARY IN CONFERENCE ON COKE REGION PEACE Steel Corporation Officials Say Chairman Is Away Visiting Gerard Washington, Sept. 0. (By A. P.) A conference will be held ln New Yerk today between Judge Elbert II. Gary, of the United States Steel Corneratinn. representatives of the United Mine Workers nnd n representative of the Department of Laber loeklmr tn tha ending of the coal strike in thn Cnn- nellsvllle. Pa., ceke region, according ' te eflk'lul Information received here. New Yerk, Sept. 0. Reports from Washington that n conference was te be held here today between Elbert H. Gery, chairman of the United States Steel Corporation, representatives of the United Mine Workers nnd n rep resentative of the Department of Luber i looking te tivt end of the coal strike in the Connellsville, Pa., coke regions were declared te be "absolutely with out foundation" lit the offices of the United States Steel Corporation. Beth Mr. Gary and President James A. Fnrrell, of the corporation, were declared te be out of town. At Mr. Gary's home In Leng Island It wt said that he was In Newport, R. I., visiting et the home if Jiimcs W, Gerard, former ambassuder te Jr ) many. i . - vttl APARTMRNTH TO SUIT KVUr 'cnttaai t J' i and mt avarr requirement mar ba teSSS ' quickly by eenauitina tha Apartment ceIusm ftn naff ee.Uifu. w,y-w. 1 M m M -V,i Hi I ! rj ' . a 3' w- t V hli. kjfOji