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PRICE TWO CENTS I wE&tm VI I II IV II I L H I nftuuneriiuuin IHE SEN1ENCE i i afiDli Bollena Expected ugnwr f 'penalty After Pleading Guilty ;t - tiapIwe Indictments IU I .-..- APPLIED WAR VETERAN f WITH DRUGS FOR WIFE IHdict Testifies He Was Ihtimi- T ...... j i.,n Rftsuminff Habit . After Court Discharged Him t nnntliPl notorious av nben- Jeseph Jieiiimi . "" ,- i,n I Unler In nnr.eiu" unip. "',; '" :.,.,i M ffterts l "i-iHi "m,,7l "V J Se!rnce,l ... eight years in the e defend himself and' SrJ i Jirv wiw drawn before Jiulge fercn Jiirj." sentence was ffi ihp nmi iw that Riven i yester- srt Kh wjf, n,,n', Murphy feiWSinbMJ- The cemiii"""'-" .-"-. n,,,iinta who h. courtroom n " u - ; j.,.v. --- iini. nt ntiinrrH wiii nr room n .. -' "",";, i bid ef-deaimgs nn-. "" ItaTwwi .ilheut cenn.el and C. rtunrt lV.te.r. ; r;." "-'St Dl KSnUA 5e ' dVclnrcl that druB .1Ini. WOH (l't- in'".' -- Ptirsen tiKrei'il with him. P "" te 1 tu brief for men in the drt.c w.r. Mid fr. I'attersen. "There E 's nbwlutely nothing te be m M en un falf of nnv one cngnge. iti that traffic.' Th' keening with his role of Counsel, as assigned by the court, the r."..'.0iml that no one could be an?ci cum- - forced te take drugs. "If I show j nu mercy will you mend tour waj s?" Judge McUcvltt asked The iiri-enei steed mute, chewing turn. Asked if he understood Kngllsh be said: "(Vrtnlnlx." He was asked again if he would mend his uiijs anil taid he would. Laughs When Sentenced Apnnrcntl) expecting a lighter sen tence than that given Weiss, he showed amazement as the judge piled up sen tences en the twelve indictments. When he realized the total was eight .xcara he faughd Imlly. e After IInllejiii had been led away, the District Attorney's office prepared te try llrinnu field, also accused of large icate 'trafficking in drugs. His trial i uns listed for tomorrow, but was moved bp en the calendar. Alfred Heffman, a Negro and n for mer service man, Identlfled-Itollena as the man from whom he bought drugs. Peffmau'M wife Irene also te titled . ejnlnst him. Heffman said when he married Irene tc didn't knew she was a drug addict, ut fin learning that she took drugs he purchtwil them from llollemi. He said he bought three pounds a week. His wife said she used te buy a dollar's ,wert!i a la. from llolleiia and asserted the uns a ding u-er before she vai married. lteiu'lil Drugs 1'Yeni Itolleua Illit.i Hams nlse text ltie:l she bought HUe n.1 Id he HiiiL'lii 1 ven ,Ii..'.-m ii-i.in coineniien, sU(l m iiart; .... ...... ,,- ,.,-,,- in ,,,.,. uccK llfr pcrelf as n lonipeusatleu. Allen tici. en,. f the witnesses minst Hi. lima, icferred te Ilvman bold in esiinienj. lie said he ?il? inrr! ,' 'ls "" a,,,lll,t but was dielmtei i , Municipal reurt. As ftrwt l i, , (J,.,, umtlfied. .-if i don't inki a blew jeu'in n L"" '" ui I Held as tiling him.'. ,Ti The mini's, .M,i i, ...i.i.A., , . . lomebll ess aid insult Intimidated him pnd tint ". ..-.lumii nu. use et drugs. i .i - CARRY GIRL ADDICT TO COURT IN CHAIR 4rAnina .lolinsen, Green street p. mill, iniSi.ih"V wnn,l,n w"s dn'ze.rifnd B ''IV;, 1I,0,,I"R f her sur- !ie X i ."hen nine was paced In 5S DrJ"Y-i.M. lX'Vxc- rmi unS Ifled that ,inen"iirlf,s n- IJrIck" os es fcSSw te slvn ,hcr "n-wtslt was ne- i., 11,411m Hi ent In ht n.i i "' . . K,lrae B0 vie- Auuep'il,.e"t. wns. necessary. tri "l. V,41"" Attorney Gorden Uia It Wlin 4k -I..VJ iriuiidl 1 V11S 1Alnnl.l lf.nBll.l i V"'4HIJ1 Ki . T v Bne'Hd be mat tuebH re- h.rl tl, . K ."Uglll out unu "ir.ll. "in inie a I'm,. nce wns rf.n "j " ""icu. jscii- Avasirrea,Mv,,e' w- Kd of thsdrug hlrr,7P,,en ,0,Ll-' konerabW iiitlV.. , . Ic was in- , DENiiTifslER BABY liJ. si e de?Hn?d & U WflH 1,er rW&ttS.!?. l of U,e '".. u'"i ndw,ani,,i,'ili"; '! '!4! ort te nrove ,i.; .?' l. ,.," nm wn innile 1,, ... ,-", , '" sinke Crank. .meit ap. 'riM.idv,1 rlti.--j ,l with tatmer i Katwe,"cr.W i pap I i-IMlIirilinil ,111,1 ,i,l.l,M4 !..! ... iiii.. D4 i"ir....l I . " ;' "l IIIIU4SI, IUUI IU Jii. for ., 'Jm,Re I-arrattN ceuit Window fixtures, mostly rubber iniii i,V i . .,mJ Court attaches ! anil bettlcil arliclei, were damaged lliat nf .' '''i'1,1, st,1,p w,l!i worse than . the extent of $l!."0. The horse fell it......... ""'"cr jet rounded un In the fleer insiile the store with bev "e i:4ll,nilA iLL Edwards "Pa" Heard in Convention When I nm elected United States Senater I shall expose this betrayal of public trust. (Referring te tariff.) I deneunce this tariff. I am against prohibition. I am against the saloon, I favor repeal of the Velstead act and repeal of the eighteenth amend ment, If need be. JERSEY POUIICAL El Republicans and Democrats Frame Platforms and Hear Speakers EDWARDS SCORES DRYS Trenten, Oct. 3. Republican and Democratic platforms for the general election In November will be adopted here-late today nt the State convention of the two major political parties. The convcntnlens opened nt neon and the platforms will be put into shnpe by committees while the ether delegates listen te speeches by candidates. It was net expected there would be any protracted fights en the fleer ever the adoption of the various planks. A declaration for wine and beer Is expected te be incorporated In the Dem ocratic platform, while the Republicans arc looked te for a declaration In favor of prohibition and enforcement. Regu lation of public utilities will also fig ure In both platforms. Overcoming nil opposition te his pro gram for bet'tcr regulation of public utilities, open specifications for rend work and upholding the dry laws, for mer State Senater William N. Runyon, of Union, Republican candidate for Governer, was looked upon as his pnrty's leader at the convention. Run Run jen's complete domination of the con vention was apparent Inst night, after u day of conferences, participated in by candidates and interested party work ers. Including many women. The only plank ever which the Re publicans feared a disagreement was Hun oil's pledge te bring the great cor poration holding companies under the jurisdiction of the Heard of Public Utility Commissioners and Ntep Fed eral interference In purely State ques tions affecting rates for trolley, gqs and electric tcrvlccs. The reorganization of the Democratic State Committee preceded the conven tion. Hurry Hcher, of Trenten, was re-elected State chairman and Sirs. Rebert F. Norten, of Jersey City, vice chairman. Mrs. Norten in her capacity ns vice chairman acts as licad'ei the women's committee. Candidates Speak Governer Edwnrds. senatorial can- CONV 11 OPEN drugs Hum Itnllnmi nnd Jee Santeie. dldate. in bis address te the Democratic Ihilleiia iiinl Mild ten, retaining one' ''The tariff (liiestlen is vital te pub-j eerK as lomniiNsieii. . 11c uuere i. u nnccis me necKei or Assistant District Attorney Fex, In I ''very citizen in the lnnd. An nddi tddresshig 'he court later, called nt-i,'",m' 'lllx ,f three te four billions et imueii 10 tne tcstl.iuiny of I'.Ilzu Hur- """'"-s which uiu uepueiieaii .lUimin rl. He said llollenn! in striving te ' Ktratlen is imposing en a helpless ueDaueli persons or her race for his own l,"l"1c' is tne sum and suustnncc of hrftfif ..in-., 1 1...... .. , . ' . 1.11 ,,l? in '" . '" "."ISS '" I t'entlnunl en I'me Thirteen. Column Three HORSE DIVES THROUGH DRUG STORE WINDOW Anlm.nl Prln rtt nH hi Rar.kflr ' Dashes Along Media Avenue Frightened nt the bncktiring of an au- e nt I'lfty-ninth street nnd f ..... ,!.. .. n...i....n .if W n'nln.ll. l.lul 4,illirli'., liu ini'iiur ill i. ii i iiivi I. un morning, a here drawing u light dray wngen. dabbed along Fifty-ninth street le Media avenue and plunged headlong through the plate-glasswlndew In the drug store nf II. D, Garr. Herse and wagon landed inside the store nnd Mr. (Snrr, who was standing near the front, narrowly escaped in goods te te ere cuts all ever ts body The animal was bleeding copiously i when ur. .leiin Hcutsmnn, n veterinary, arrived and shot it. The horbe and wagon wns owned by Lawrence, O'Connor, of 7!' North Forty-fifth street, nnd was being drhen by Geerge McCalla, 840 Markee street. McCalla bad left the herse standing untied while he went te repair an awning. DR. .XMHONORED Swarthmore Official Made Fellow of Royal 'Astronomical Society lu recognition of his wink in u u u tionemv. Dr. .Tehn A. Mullen. !(.v president of Swarthmore College, ha, been elected n Fellow of the Royal As tronomical Society of England. This announcement was made today by l'ics. blent A.wlelotte, of Swiirthiuere. Following the anueuniement I"r. Mullen addressed the students and re viewed many subjects discussed at the meeting of the International Astroneml- cal .Vssociatlen at Heme last sprin?. Ii. ,1. Conine, of rew .calami, who recently wen the Isaac Newton Scholar ship at Cambridge, will make u spe.'itl study at Swarlhmere of the occulatlen i of stars by planets, HELD FOR STEALING AUTO Man Abandoned Car When It Hit Pele, Police Charge Jeseph Wakefield, n Negro, Fifty eighth and Race streets, took au auto mobile, belonging le Lieutenant Com Cem luamler O. A. tiiilbranseii. of the Phlla ilelnhlii N'nvv Yard, from a garage at nail rifty-nrst unu i iiauceiier suecis, nc nail riii.v-uisi unu i iiiiui-t'iiur ""i"i iil-- '"" Jim. Hid, uiiin ','"", V""i'v i Mr. cerdiug te tun police, auu aiviuuencvJ nater Geerge M,1,.1.)c',r,1,cfn, 1'oer- I the car afler.lt crushed against a nole. 'lll give them ,w', wIm '""leunce., I Wukellelil was held In MitlO ball for Fjcept t,e (bll :'iy"fellr huui's te court teduv b.v .Magistrate Reiiblutw. banJenin,,4 ' 4 "r fnce charL-e, ..i-lThe car win stolen en September L'."i. An investigation slaiied b) DutevtlVu Ftirrcll led te the arrest. DO YOU WANT A JOll? fllKRE ARK plenty of thm tdvertltd In lh. lp Wanttd column today en pas St. Adv. CHARLOTTE MILLS El Twe Weeks Gene, Nothing Dene, Daughter of Slain Singer Writes Defective ARRIVAL OF TROOPERS STIRS COUNTY TO ACTION Detective Fellows Clue te Phila. Transcripts Being Made of Examinations liv e Stall Correspondent New ISrtinswick, N. J., Oct. 3. Charlette Mills, sixteen-year-old high school senior, today demanded that the authorities of Somerset and Middlesex Counties call In County Detective Ellis Parker, of Mount Helly, te find the murderers of her mother. 'Mrs. Char lotto Relnhardt Mills, nnd the Rev. Ed ward Wheeler Hall. Charlette wrote te Detective Parker today, appealing te him te come and clear up "the mystery surrounding the cruel slaying of my mother." The girl inclesed a copy of her letter te Mr. Parker te Jeseph E. Strieker, Prosecutor of Middlesex County, urging him te join her In asking the Burling ton County murder detective te come te the rescue of the bewildered nnd floundering local authorities. Charlette's letter te Detective Parker fellows : "I am appealing te you te come te Njw Hrunswiek te arrest these respon sible for the murder of my mother. Twe Weeks Nothing Dene "Mere than two weeks have elapsed since (he crime was discovered, yet nothing apparently has been done te apprehend the guilty person or per sons. "I knew that you will net lese any time In clearing up the mystery sur rounding the cruel slaying of my dear mother. Therefore I nm appealing te you te come te New Brunswick nt once." The letter te Mr. Strieker said: "I nm inclosing a copy of a letter I hnve this day sent te Mr. Ellis Parker, 411 V 1 1 11 t.i .1 1 "I firmlv believe with the assist-' nnee of such an able detective the mys tery surrounding the murder of my mother will be solved. May I ask that Set get iu touch with Mr. Parker and join in my request that he come here ns quickly as possible. "I have been advised that Mr. Parker Is without a doubt the most competent murder investigator iu the State, and I am sure thnt it would be but proper thnt bis services be util ized in this puzzling case." Troopers Sent by Edwards Charlette already has appealed te Governer Edwards, and nt his instance Stnte troopers were sent te New i ....... i. .i. n .,..4 m. ..n lmJ'riAi.A i...nTet 1 ,1 II I in. 41 l lu lull- ruiiiu iiiiiiim.,ic unu j the nfliees of the nrosecuters of the two .unities. i The girl asked the Governer te call Detective Parker Inte the ense, but it was, explained te her that only the county prosecutor ceuiu ue mis Centlnneil en Tnite Thirteen. Column One HANDCUFFS IN JEST BRING MAN'S ARREST But Police Can't Open Bracelet, Se! s,.,.j u...., , rl,.m4L j Guard Hunts LOCKSmlth Jcrt (Seynll, n former gunrd in the anthracite coal region, knows today thnt a immicuu snapped en in jcm is nn embarrassing bit of steel jewelry Geynll came here last night te visit friends. He brought along n pair of handcuffs Issued te him when en strike MRS. C. A. MUNN, SR., IN MOTOR ACCIDENT Injured When Steering Wheel of Motorcar Breaks Mrs. Charles A. Munn, Sr., who lives en the North Shere, near Bosten, was injured jestcrdny when the steer lug wheel of her motorcar broke and the machine struck n tree. News dispatches from Beverly, Mas.,., this morning wrongly Identified the in jured woman as Mrs. Charles A. Munn, feimerly Miss Mary Aster Paul, of this cit,, a sister of .Mrs. Paul Denc'du iiii's ...,,i , Drexel' Paul Mrs. .Munn. who was injured near Bevcrh, was hurled through a window of her motorcar. Her right hip was broken and her face wuh cut and bruised. Miss Marynn Vellmer, a nurse, who was riding with her, was cut about the face, and arms. Missing Weman Returns Heme .Mrs. Annln Cramp, fifty-eight years old, ISI.'t North Fifty-eighth street, who was reported te the police ,esterday as missing, returned te her home last night. "'She had been visiting friends for two dn.xn and failed te tell relatives. Superior Court Judge Orlady III President Judge Geerge II. Orludy, of the Superior Court, was unable te attend the meeting of the court yes terday for its regular full sessions en account of illness. ASKS LIS PARKER I SOLVE MURDER i Alt wtfii-tL'nr iiiisj iiemii lii&.ir .I'ifii riii itiitiik nrin.i Mkiniiuuuin 4ii jiwifci , l i. i ..... t .. ... .....ii ri'i..... .i . . 'politics of Middlesex County, .which is asserted that of the etal nu.nebr new () s d I)r nm Wllre. of .". one of the doubtful nnd crucial cenn- leg K end only .14,000 were women. l y" SeVei.t -fifth street went te tlwei .," .. K.v : .i si........ ,... i i,4 - -- - lining it the boy in an automeb e te M. his n.tentien te the murder mystery. , per Lewis. , . .'. He is expected te welcome the sugges- In line with the efforts all nre mak- , ' ' r.,,iv .-, ,.., lr,, i-.i, ,, - in: tii wt out the voters Satiinbiv. .Mrs. Deibj . before her inariiage l.tbel SVM WhenWA had 1 ivania. 'W MXerg n " "W Xl Z' '. ' . 7. V?' ' "walmwn -- '" "- N-r KnM ,s no, nut. ,, Mm.d..m , "-J-lrl, te- kev " I-erlmcr i President ; the Ind?- i National P'ke I. - parents took . ,,Mi - ,.,. ,1V TllllIll. - ,..,. associate ' ""K'-.-s , s.,,,,.,,,,,,,.,1 bj ,M. a,,,,.,.. ' ' g iii t tra eled en TT'L-guard wandered, forth In . P-mlen, Weinen of PWI.UelW.. Mrs. - "- XultZlr " i: ' :...:'" ...'".,:.' l.,"?, " r" '"" ' "M-O. VurZn ftrJL'SL 5 "j linpi. moon in spue ei me iinngung .";"" .",. i, ,., n ,';:"' - "," :,,, i,u . .. n I mid 1 i.si,.7. Vir, . V... "'."-"".7 ",' "" , ' " was u, answer te a statement made In art ehnin and bracelet. At Eleventh aim W "iicn s Re publican Cub of Penns - ""0 "l m an l eiu i.esti i .Meri i,. ter , . .Vuu-ru an IimiVi A uuliui. ,,,, .,. , , , , i v.,..n,lk a.,.,,, i ., .t. "h s ect"" "tt ' ' ' '"'f ''" '""' hN .-I- "But m- Imvc , .w iauH' for un- '" l,!l'l tli.it "Almlghn lied w ill ' " ;,'' " ;u '" he ,,un' in u tliV theory I -was a fug tlve I'hiladelphla eague of Women Voters, companion , ., (.. -tip. te .,.,. he, .be ,,., ,, ,,,,,, . ',. 1I,1II1P1 t. 1 old our C.e,iimei,t r, -; ..UMlde for i ' , Z , lit ,,,,. WiTu' n. told his s erv tc Magistrate Miss Marien' Rellly. chairman; the -." H- w.nn, me old hn. re. 1 e, ,,llllU ,.,. "V(. ,, ., , ... f,BPt that, it, inaclen " :.,,i Figeald nt t Ie ! venth nn 1 W ntcr Civic Club, reprcented by Miss Clara for a cigar and ninl ' before the .a. e w,". we still hnv ..V-P ' ,,, . , ' Tier.,, ,, ,'!" "SrPe1 streeM "tutlei A privi tc . watel man Mi'ldleteu, and Mrs. Samuel D. Scott. ' '"''f "Id ''' " .un..d enough f.,j .,, . M ,,.,, ,imi, , ,,.,,- I.'. "I"" t cm e humanitarian ''' l" f '.' '',sl"; Mmc'l tsl f r ! "i ami 1 e was dl nrged associate chairman of the Pinchot City . ""! 1 Hk i rl.lr ;itlt i. Lester." be sU ,,. .,., ,, ,,. ,, , fl, ,. n.teres, mv.du'd." Se. ,,tary Hughes ZTL " l,! 7T, bl,sl; II, none of the police keys would Tfl I'ommlttce. .,.,, , l4 !'''' ' i1' ''";' V ,, " "V. "('''"- "' '''"""d ' ' "'"""I. ""'N '-wniment has net faded ' "h. i' Conf ,,me 'lvCl"lm f thehnndcuff tieyall get the address of "XWTa.fncd"ednvV ' l-hes prenndmg for farm ; a,,, , te make the sentiment of ' , '- Ie at M. Franklin- the nearest locksmith and rushed out, JWinli Seventeenth stree Mrs Hnves i Danvll e Snt.r hn . """phv-diief. ' h Amerienn people understood and te Bouillon has obtained Kemal's S. t?.,,,"!!n!:i",J..rJ'P rC"rrCSt b0frc A V lement. chairman of Ihe J "I rhkm.lt nf the wa.v'e,, the f.ent SeXmd. Laber strikes rLl". n(,t"," ... "i4 '""Itar, movements during 2 BOYS KILLED BY AUTOS Drivers of Cara Held te Await Ac tlen of the Corener Twe boy. struck by automobiles yes terday, died in hospitals today. William Moere, ten years old. 2432 Oarnet street, died In the Women's Homeopathic Hospital ns the result of Injuries received when he was struck by un nutoinebile Inst night. Edward Oclslcr, 1)02 West Silver street, driver, of the car, was held te uwnlt the action of the corner. Five-year-old Uruce. McC'oek, of 410 High street, Ocnnnntewn. died this morning in the (icrmnntewn Hos pital ns the result of Injuries received when struck by nn automobile at Wash ington avenue near Chew street yester day afternoon. The automobile was driven by Ralph Putnam, of 234 Harvey street, who wfls held te await the action of the Corener. DRIVE REGISTER E 7 Republicans, Men and Women, i Unite te Qualify City's Full Vete Saturday ONLY 205,000 NOW LISTED Republicans of every shade of polit ical faith, united by the candidacy of (Jiffer.l Pinchot. arc making the city hum in preparation for the biggest reg istration Saturday that has been known in years. Next Saturday is t ie last of the three registration days for the fall elec tion. The total registration the first two days, In the State as well ns in the elty, has been woefully short, of the usual number of voters regislcrcd. Te date about 20.".000 persons have been registered In Philadelphia. Snt Snt urdey the leaders, women ns well ns men, hope and believe there will be a registration of nt least 200,000 mere. Last year s registration was 4;W,1UU The leaders are convinced the total this year will approximate this figure, and possibly overtop It, if the well - luid plans en wiilch they nre working at present nre successful. Senater Ed Vnre set the ball rolling yesterday when he addressed the Re- publican City Committee nnd ordered every one te get out unu pull door bells. Every organization is working te the limit te sec that the voters who have failed thus far te get their names en the rcflUtrntien lists come out Sat urday. Fer the sake of a big registration Saturday the Pinchot City Committee held a meeting nt the City Club nt U o'clock today. Councilman W. . Reper wns one of the principal speak crs. Reper Warns of Over-Confidence Mr. Reper, noted Princeton conch its well ns Councilman and Independent politician, used the terms of the foot ball field In warning his hcurers net te lieenmn ever-confident. "Don't an stale rluht en the eve of the big conetest." ' he ndvised. "I'liless we get out n large registration next Saturda, we arc In dnnger of losing the gauie te the Demo crats. "There aren't many things I know knew about Mr. McSparran. I knew he is for 11 saving policy in school appropria tions, whereaus we all knew that the schools really should get mere Instead ICsS, I IiT , ,. , . ,. ' . l kney one mere thing about him. though, lie l.npvi hew te take his. coat off. roll up his sleeves, and deliver J the ceeds. Mr. Reper said he bad received a long distance call from Mr. Pinchot Anih Frewli. defeated lnembei' nf tin. lllb IU .! iflll IIIU ll.in 11 II III IIII I . Kepubllcan Cltv L'eliunlttee, from the reiij-si'i'iiiin warn, announced mat lie . would take charge of his ward can vass, nnd said he had called a meeting for Bread and Nedre streets Thur.sdc iiigiu. , w- nairy Bn1i"- st'' Republican chairman, made the prediction today fi.nt the Snturdnv reirUtpiilnii ..ia 'reach -00,000 and 'probably imss that ' mnrk.' He leeks for n correspondingly large registration tnrougiieut the State. Organizations Iu Union The wnmen'ii (frpniilvntlmiQ ,. l.i.a. ' .... .. .. ,, ... n. ....... .a...... Illlll nave conieincu ter tne rcgistinl.Tn ilrhe istrntien Committee, issued this state- nient : "Demonstrating their political caps-' bllltles. the committee hns addressed .. ,.... - , -... i. ii ii'iii'i- ii, I'li'iv wiiiiiiiii wiirii null ill. vision leader of the clti. tclliiiL- them te hunt up Immediately the assessors' oWeu,7n,l,ingdool te-house cnnvnss until Snturday. I. "Our Philadelphia weinen just must ! deliver the goods this Snturdny. KvervJ where, in and out of the Stnte, It has Turnkey Investigates When Neise Subsides and Finds Bedy ' Michael Delan, fifty years old, .118 wniinwniu sircei, was leutui dead In a sleeping. II- ..,1 i.4" L.7 ,, . """ the Heer, dend, .... ......... UIIU uuuiuen en WMR BEGUN a. .a .. i n l..,niMi KnnlutHnllnn lln Tih' in the primary of HIL'U. All our work ,"IIP ,.,' , V "' ". , , nK "' ,,,p "One tiling is icrtatn." lie declared .-ecreiarv n ugiies mnile public the ,,rl "enuisnip rnirui. wil ha'e been 1 n vain if we mnl,' ,. ' ,a,,, Wdliiim K anderblt. at Oak- ' "If some one. en April i. l!'17. had "" "f "'dP Cannen', messK, , , C, , , eeble slewing. Aw- regi trnt 1., ' ,,nK'' '" l" ,n ,H,,.,1,-h,0I,i .f?r "l" '"'" ''' t give us our chel, e ,s te the Department of state, and hi rep ' Vy'.'.' ,, V Hy A' P V -A,"- wei.l?l be a frank affr te our side ,",,(0K ''"""K"' ;"''-l4' 4,,,t tlic '''" nheiild rather ghe up (reel, I" tbe church leader, who is iVrfs "..r , p i" i"" l""!,,",,l ,HH.thf dl l" n Id ti sI)lcn- sale probably w, II net be binding. iid ler all time M.tiO.T.iMHl.isiO. ,r " ""'" from Constantuieple t. the m , '. . ,) ' 'V r ''' t'" """''Hlen- II " ' the women te get busv ' T he entnte U wmth SJ,0tl(I.Wm ,. w. p the Ihe, of serial hun,t;ed rni.edSta.es Bishop Cannlm's k evere , '1 ll'l " message te mnl finish their ieb ni ,1 . I, V..1.1, l nicdiateh after the snlP yesterda.v t , ----.. criticism of the American Cevenm,,.,,. ' i ',1 V '" 1'"ll,11 "",' '! 'ointment votes'" "Ul' was learned that llnreld S. Van 'hilt. entlmir.1 en P,.Er riilrtnn ( elumn Three fr alleged inact I ;M ,S i:"' '"e"""1 " '" lu'"hl'' neeerdlni eus. n son of Uie late owner, had ferwardel ei. murdered ami I nnr,, ' i1.11 "mN , te the Iteuter Athens . orrcHpendent. MAN SLATED AS 'nRllrJk' i,,,,,,,,"1il f,,r ","i ,"";"'," THi " "'"' iDRIVES THROUGH R.R. GATES - .i with "1 S'Ti: ' ;;,r( S'p 'r'TTi"'1 ,,,,,,, IYIAN OLAICU Aa UllUNK the salu would net be binding if tl. I t.ei. teP American Interientim . ,. dwldisl thai i (,rce.-e shall be repr IS FOUND DEAD IN CELL f,!;PvCk KBCh" ,h' rUn,J' tm,S,m'r - .rthm.r8 Motorist Speeds On. -',-?! massPres of hriX, flfflM .'ZSZXae ceu in me. iniru sireet nnu I'-nlrmeunt ' ...,.. ,.:.... ,. ,,'"" .....! f ii. n ..vi,.,.l fun i, A..,",:"'"...??i'' '""' " lit- ' '"""'' "' " '"iiu near I'lrae avenue police station shortly after 1 I .""'. " "'' '-'' -""uree street, j :, v," ,-, , """:' '" " "'"" "V ten' net mnk,. ' waere mej mm tie released en parel o'clock this i..rnlng: " , " v.; " " .imlge Mc , ";; ' , ' V ; Uflw n f ." V"..4' ebvl is certain, , .'"'' '. .'"f"Hed tin. m.r 1)0 11,1. Who llllll been slaleil in "iii m iih,- u mr "iMinu,nuni WHO at- , . , -........., . misiiw mono nm minnnrt result i. "I I eieign ailllisier, IJIIt -M. Dleineil "drunk" was cxcecdlngl, 'nuiV fet? ilM:!!! J' iT4'11;. ''''!' t iTJ lr ."?.. ? ",.J.,"r,V ..!0 ,U-"' ..I1!".''""':'1. !- lsh"d le ! ' .!': VrnlsrlUt, hn". lowing UM cetiliuement In the cell. The .".,.: .!. " . l". textile r ,;... ' , " .. Y ... V . .. . . i V , ', ,,': "'i'1'"1) ""l"'" Jiilluenee." It wim ccpicii ine .uimmry of Klnance. noise subsided about 1 o'clock nnd , t. . "'"",' f." .". ",4 """P"?'1 teilny te '"'",''. ,','., ,"11.V.',',M , V"" " .' ," l" ""i1'1". "t reuld net undertake Ia- ns. I ' fmcinu.s Kulopethnkls, a grni ?Zt CW7 .!!!!! ! itenly. " '"" " l"U VM Jrng te learn Ids laentltV. "" '" - -- P.- T LfalZ, Tw "X XTIttuW 'ul ww. ini v a, tt u ii a ieiii ii"p ia.-n u ajs .. . .. i j. l l Alia.. a. ---. WOMAN NAMED FIRST OF HER SEX TOiS. SENATE Mrs. W. H. Felten Appointed in Georgia te Succeed Late Senater Watsen DRAWS SENATOR'S PAY. BUT MAY NOT TAKE SEAT Real Successor te Watsen Will Be Chesen in This Menth's Primary Atlanta. On.. O.t. 3. -Mr W. II Felten. of Carteisvllle. (Jn.. was ap- pointed bj Uevernnr Themas W. Hard- wick te.lay te till the vncancy caused bv the dentil of Senater Theinns l'. I i Watsen until the people elect n unices- ser In November. Mrs. Felten is thej .Miss Mary Ellxnbeth IMwnrd, seven- first woman te become a Senater. teen -year-old Vlneland. N .1.. teacher, She will hnve an empty honor. It Is who recently represented her home town true, ns n successor te the term nf the; in the Atlantic City Heniitj Contest, Is late Senater Watsen will be neminatd recovering iiipnlly In I in- Millvillc. N. hi a special (Senrgin prlinnry this ,r, hesjiltnl from serious injuries re month nnd (deited hefrie Congress will reived in tin automobile nci ideut last meet again. Saturday night. Th- luni'liiiie in which .Mrs. Felten is one of the Icndeis of Miss lCilwards was Tiding was struck women of the Stute. l)rsiile her ml- .by a Canuleii clectiic train it f a Millvillc valued age. she has uuiliuued werklir; ' i ressins. Th girl reeiei deep gushes In t be r nlerests. She has tnUcli n prominent part In ever political cam paign in Senrgin 111 recent years. Mrs. Felten Is the widow of Dr. W. II. Felten. who sened as n member of Congress for several terms. She bus Jeng been active In (Seeiln politics.' Many yenrss before the women were grnntp.l the right of suffrage Mrs. Fel- ' ten ninnngeil her husband's campaign and stumped the district in his be half. She was a friend of the late1 .Senater Watsen and supported tiev- ierner Hnrdwick In bis recent uunpalgn , .'nr reuominntlen. She has served as . n member of the Beard of VNIter.s of', the Fnlvcislty of (Seergia. I i in announcing Mrs. Feiteu's an- j I ieintincnl. tSoverner llntilwick -aid b , i would himself be n cnmlldate te succeeil Senater Watsen hi the priniar.v, October 17. Washington. Oct. ."..(By A. P.-- Although Mi ft. W. II. Felten. appointed ; te succeed the late Senater Watsen, of! (Seergia, probably will net have the op portunity of nctual service in the Sen nte beinus- of the present recess of Congress, she will hnve the pny and ; perquisites ns well as the title of a Senater until a successor is chosen. Sirs. Felten is net expected le come te Washington as shp may lake thel enth of office In (Seergln and receive her comirissjen from tne tmverner thci". ROOSEVELT'S FIRST GRANDSON DIES Richard Derby, 8 Years Old, Suc cumbs te Bleed Poisoning Attack New Yerk, Oct. .'!. Richard Deibj. Jr.. the eight -year-old son of Dr. Rich ard Deibv. of Oyster Bay, nnd a great favorite of his crnnilfather. the late H lirviiliirf. l(neS4l ell . fllen Hilildpntv es - .--.- .... ,-. terdaj of bleed poisoning following the jf,.etien of a gland in his chest. His mother and father were present at the bedside when he died. The boy had been 111 geed health until a fortnight age, and his condition did . - . Roosevelt, Hie ( olenel s euiue,t 'Uiugnter, marrnii ir. wcruy en .pii I. 101H. Her bn wiis born Man n 1!)14. the Ii'' i grandson of the ten.i"i President. UNCLE JOE TAKES .BUMPS. HITTING OLD TRAIL IN AUTO ., ,. Den ' l-ike Se't Seats, Says Can non en Lenvlne Capital Washing " "h all i Ien. MM .'I. (Ity A. P i i 'i b hat cqeked llM the Cannen M'"t with Lester s the windshidd am this sweater vvt will pretest inc." be 'aid. "1 don't like soft sent,. Winn I ride in the bn k of the car 1 umiiiIL , i... 4..t.n i...:.. , i.i I'l'iiiii. ini' iiniiin. iii ii . , iii.ii i.i humps at ebsliM -snen jciirs. f,. H,,., leniud m.. .if lil- ' TAXES UNPAID , ., , 4 B' Len9 Island Estate Sold, but Later Check Is Sent New Yerk. Oct .!. (By A. P.) HIGHWAYMAN GETS 8 YEARS Stanley Dean Admits Part In i'cnn willllirnw uie acniai Iin hn.l made and admitted h toev nrt in ,- Il0ld-Ul. 1 Slb.OUU Havrell KODberv AlUmn, . t iron" h them list nlcht lust us tie In si l,.. ,1 i,... ..t . .. . "... n ,..... , - "-V , ". BEAUTY IS RECOVERING FROM AUTO INJURIES "Miss Vlneland" Improving In MlllvCle Hospital After Crash Vj'V X jBri& , MLSS MARY K. Kl) WARDS eii the ferebe.iil mid lUht check, nnd u severe wound e'l her bi. Her mother. wbe was mini': who her. was bruised. "Miss Vineliind" is she daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Hubert Edwards. Butler axenue. .eiilh Miii'lnnii lis r.ilwarils' St". "... - VTt. w . ''Jii.nK, i - -m- "BlssssBliBYEr issr sal ' j ffvnfeMsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBv S jV. BBBBBBBV JBBBBbV Wbbb!LbbbbbbbbbbbbLbbV',: "fc "i LVSbbbbbS fE '&"!?' VbbbbbM ,E't? bbbbbbbbbbbT bbbbv v"3si' ""''''' B A- :bbbbbW "7-viA ssbbbbbbbB fir v''&Mvr?7lp-- i. 3B Wr 'GjiQKtku LbbbbI sister .lane, fiuir'neu. and u fiiend. I llam I.yntt. forty-nine, of Hnverferd. ... , ' ' ""- "' "el" 'cceiveil by tbe lloretliv AImiiiI. iwimij. of Mlllville, were arrested and accused of driving ' "r.; that the Mnihinia armistice eon een leich ed slight injuries 'I'be err started a car when Intoxicated They were ferenee was in session. The Turl-s innii. in'- iiii'ii- .1- in.- i-jui"-i u(ij nn.... 111.. II M flu .1. II... ... ....nf.i .1 . prnaciicii. ' LAST-MINUTE NEWS "FINING SQUIRE" ARRESTED IN AUTO VIOLATION D. Mm tin Yei-kea, fining squire of Millbeuine, was ar rested today by Detective Colflesh at Pifty-Eeventh and Walnut stieets, charged with using an automobile license tag which did net belong- te him. He -will have a hearing before Magistrate MAN HELD IN C0NNECION WITH BURNS' DEATH Geerge Magnavetta, Tasker nnd Rosewood streets, was. held for the Grand Jury by Corener Kuight teduy in connection with the death of Rebert Burns, 2006 north Tayler street who wrts shot and killed at Lehigh avenue nnd Chalmers street March 26. LAMONT SUGGESTS CLIPPING WAR DEBT, Banker F.air.ss Gucntien as te , Whether Allies Rcaliy j Owe It All I I AMERICA FACING CRISIS ' 1 1 ni a ' ' New Yerk. Oct. .'1 A uicture of Aiiieriin, i"t ev eHng f "in the "rude euft'ets and deep winunK" of I'M" te hiji mi-i tiristlc courage, 'I'lilrV Tin. Mibll..!',1 liiin.M -, j -.; " ' ' i eiirm. i ne new inriii .ci. Fifth. The f.'ieign sitnatiui. with re- s!.i'i le t'cniantie te repi.iati.ui-. nl, ii I leans and i' ... - ... Ini-niatn,-ul tif.de Din uvsi'd Ferc.n Dcl.l al.led debt. Mr. I.tmnn. ...ImmI two ...estlens: De our ferme, allies ,-enlh ','"" "s "'J h" debt.' and Are we doing our full share te m.Im- the tragic world " Regardless of Damage Dene An Impatient nutnmebtllst who preb- amy nail a pressing engagement count no; wan ter me saici gates te t,e ntteil . . . . :. -" . . ... . at Swarthmore, se he drove iiih enr AKK YOU i.eiiKivri feh ""'" '!! ;ry I'oiaen ou minr unltr Situations en ess. .8 Adv. THOMAS LAWSON VANISHES AFTER VISITING SISTER May Be Seeking Solitude or en Way te 8ee Daughter Bosten, Oct. .'(.(By A. P.) Themas W, l.nwsen, ilnanclcr, whose fortunes have suffered the latest fall of a ilttctuntiii',' career, was missing teilny. These nechitcd with him suggested I thnt tin1 ileclslen te sell his llreninweld .estate te satisfy III" debts bad bit liim lather linrd and thought he had decided te seek (idlludc for n short time. Ills lienllh had net been of the best recent l. Ilrun'-c T. Fogg, one of his trustee, said In- thought Mr. l.awseu was net III, nnd suggested he might have ill i bled In go te Oregon, where bis dn.ighlcr. .Mr". Henry McCull, lives en a ranch. Mr. l.awseu scleral weeks age went Id Snuthwe t Harber. Maine te stay with h s slsicr. Miss Mar, I,aw-en. Ve'lcri a l.i left the Miiine town, say- iiii: g". Il-it i-rtulll wlieie he would Hi' lias n-il been beard fieni sinie. BROOME TAKES BAR OATH Head of Phlla. Schools Admitted te Practice In Lecal Courts Dr. Edwin ( Broeme, superintendent of public schools, was teduy sworn in ns a member of the local bar by Presi dent .fudge Martin. Assistant District Attorney Welsh, also of the Beard of Education, moved for the admission of Dr. Broeme. Dr. Broeme also is n member of the ' New Yerk bar. He will net engage In act he practice AUTO WABBLES; 2 MEN HELD w)in Uu) ,mtr(,inen mw nil ntlte- ,,,,, tll.0,.pp,jn(; , P,.rtnln manner en I.nnenster pl'e, near Hel- jnnd street. Captain C. M. Daly, forty- three jenrs elil, et Aiiliuere, anil II In 'utl In Tin nil m I It! lltl lui rill .11. nm' 11 i" ii' "'""I .'.'i.'in fini- -...- tlen. U. S. TO KEEP ARMY OUT OF NEAR EAST . Use Net Authorized by Congress or Public. Secretary Hughes Tells Prelate RELIEF WORK POINTED OUT Washington. (let ,"!. Sei retar Hughe-, in n ii'jih te a Pari, . nble - .lam I in I.ishnp C.i n. of the Melh ndisi i:psip. I'liini-li Seiiih. dei . "r"' cstenlnj that the u-e et the artin ...""...".' ""'"-' '"-"-O'es laKC,, '" iron ,t .imencnn mateilal Interests .ir llllglies nilileil : '."''he F.M'.utne has no nutheritv te " "ejnnu mi, ami tliere b,i, .en nm ... aitieti ii.it engres, ,,,.,, vu jllf, ',, Z.' ' . -if ! i il,'"l""1"." ' "",'l r.-.,l,. m,u desir ,1, ,..,.....', , , p inhal.ltanu of , ha: .,,,,, .m and l0 ,e- t.'imlne the problems which hnu- eted I.urere for geneiatiens." I ernml Demand Trged ui .. ' r.ii.n ii . i . - mnnl r, n I. ,... ' M in- nirun, nu uriTlMl n lOI'innl l., iMiim- tiiai tut IHUIMKt'S Ct'Jiijn te Jlin,p Cniineii was th. sint... ....... -! iiiii'iiutiir b resp,, Mile spokesmen of I... I r,. r-.i lug .ilinln f t 'i.,n tint it ... ,e p. feuau In fM Wr en 4m V8I JJ51) TURKS RET! N CHANAK AREA PARLEY BEGINS Kemalist Cavalry Withdraws Slightly After Fraternizing With British Troops SMYRNA HEARS NEUTRAL ZONE IS EVACUATED Allied and Nationalist Cem- ,-,i n: s,M'i a i i "IOMUBI!l Liuuusa tviiiiifiry a justment at Mudania PEACE HOPE HELD OUT Common Sense en Beth Sides Augury of Success, Says M. Franklin-Bouillon lit Ameeuiltd 'rrt Constantinople, O.-i. ::. The Turk- ish en wili lias retired f t ,j. vnnced positions in the Channk area, decreasing the danger f cenlllct there. Tills wiihilrnwul, which Is described In messaK,.s fi-em (IiP Danlnnelles ns "sllcht.-' NWis suppe-cd here le he in I ' new eve er. were said still te be well with. in the neutral zone. Prier te the withdiawal the Turks and British wue in i le-e juvtaposltien. The Turkisli , ffii-ers mnile frieudlj nvcr turcs te the British, offering them cups of I'effie and iiiKin; , iin; ether cour ceur tcsii.s. The horses (rum both sides drenk from the hnuie troughs. Allied and Turkish Nationalist com cem maiidejN nt the Mudnnla conference today took up only military matters, Inning the political aspects of the sit uation te be disposed of nt a Inter meet ing, according te Henri Franklin Bouillon, whose i,.eent trip te Smyrna, where be conversed with Mustnphn Ke nial Piislui. mm responsible for the summoning of today's renfeicnce. New Neuti-.il Zene The two most important quef' te he discussed, lie snid. were the i nnr nnr catien of a new neutral zone en the Asiatic side of the Dardanelles nnd at Ninlil. and the evacuation of Thrace. He was confident that an agreement would be leached Steps had been taken te have only , lespen-inie I iirKisb repr ntnlivc nt I this and the subsetiucm 'oeri.i'i.M,. in order te prevent a recurreiice of the repudiation of the agreement made last year with Bekir S.-imj Be.i , then N(. tleniillst l'lireign Minister. me i.-ui innt mere is common' sense en both sides is the best nugtiry for the success of the meeting," snid i-raniiiiu-i.ouilleii. "Naturally many difficult points' will arise, but there is no reason why we cannot tiilw them ainlcnblv. as' th Al'le, nlremlj have pledged te the Na tienalists all their legitimate ninis. The "lMie qutstiiin i, ne of form rather ' ''"' "(w ,-,,. s ,,h.asC( : M rrnnUin Bouillon referied te Kenial as "Miisinplin Kemal the vie- toneiis." and said that If he, Frnnk- llu-Boiiil'eii. was selected te represent France at the negotintiens it was be cause he was Kemal's Itest friend. He declared that with certain modifica tions, ill,- Turkisb leader was pleased with the allied proposals. ileneinl llniliigteii. the British com- uinuiler-iii-i liief, unl (jeueral Sharpie, of the Fieinh ariin. with their staffs Cenlliiupil nn I'HBe Thlrtrrn r'uliimii Tite C0NSTANTINE, EXILED GREEK lIMP DCAPUCf DAI remn f mn, nununie I HluniVIU Arrives In Sicily With Members of Royal Party Palerme. Sicllj . e. t .! - i Bv A P.) I'eimer King Cen, taut Ine of Oreee'e, going Inte exile after his second abdi cation, arrheil here today with the meniuers et nis part. en jean tl... i.....,u JMIMUn. Athens, Ht 'l-tBy A. I Reve Ut eiifir Cimiinlii,... K. .... st"ru ninrii al law. Tb.v f(iilntili miersv new .nun. U"Mni e. (felia es, nc- hone .ii I i i .. ., .11... ... . '.";.""" ""i 44u urcii niniirii un llirec or OI 1 1 IP pre wvtu-Hu umi rmi'i l rnnur r fr WJV ;"e e it an Luiiiicicil WHU American Legation here, non anil ,'Micris. ell i ne llesntmrn. fnr a V fflll m i a iKX 1 . im m i m m us, I .wsT - ' - A f N linf 's.