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Sad-Eyed Women Gather at Meuth of Shaft NEW CLUE'SHIFTS E Postal Inspectors Confer Here and Think Sender of "Gift" Is Known DEFECT IN TYPEWRITER MAY DISCLOSE MURDERER Mrs. Sterrett Still Suffering In Hospital as Search Is Kept Up Postal inspectors bellex'e they knew who sent the poisoned enke which caused the death of W. W. Sterrett. of Deven, and the. 6crleus illness of h,s wife. This was announced by Postal In spector Hawkesvverth, stationed In this city, at the end of n conference held In the Federal Building today. Hnwkeswerth refused te divulge the nature of the clue, but said it seemed te be the most important yt discov ered. He and the men working with him en the cafe bclcve that if properly followed, the cine will lend te the per son who addressed ami mulled the box of cake, partaken of bv Mr. niul Mrs. Sterrett. The wife of the victim Is still In the hospital, but is expected te re cover. Won't Predict Arrest Mr. Ifywkcswerth was asked if nn nest would fellow the finding of this due. He refused te commit himself. "Much depends en the way the new flue is handled," he said. "Investi gators are working en it new. They will continue te work en it until we get the result we are nfter or arc con vinced that the e-lue is worthless. It leeks very geed at present. "We are working en it tip te the limit. I regard it as the most important lead discovered since the crime." The inspector was asked if the new clue eliminated Mrs. Sterrett from pos sible suspicion. "I cannot say at this time," he aid, "I cannot say in se many weids that she is free from all suspicions." William Mullin. Chester County de tective, made a positive statement to day that Mrs. Sterrett had been elim inated. He said there were two new clues en which the authorities were working. "I believe they will shed light en the case, but I cannot reveal what they re," he said. Seek Typewriter Used Each typewriter has its own indi vidual characteristics, and this knowl edge, if justly and diligently applied, should make it possible te solve the Sterrett mystery, sa.vs Samuel II. Farb, 1000 Chestnut street, an au thority en typewriters and their pecu liarities. The address en the package con taining the cakes Kent te tbe Stcr retts was typewritten. Mr. Farb points out one netable case where detective work of this tvpe was successfully used.' It wns when threatening letter was sent te Sam uel Ren. president of the Pennsylva nia Railroad. "The sender was traced through the peculiar motion of the typewriter he need," said Mr. Farb. "lie was dis covered way up in Alteena. Mr. Farb pointed out two ways In which a particular typewriter could be singled out from ethers of the same make. "One, way would be te Identify the Sotlen," he said. "The ether would i te leek for even the slightest trace of battered keys. Motion is the shlft f, principle of a machine, when the shift key li used, for Instance, for a espital letter. - M thf machine Is net exactly ad justed, this will show In a slightest nuing of the capital above the level ii HB 0,.her letters. Or even in tlie slightest lowering. A battered kej. of course, would show in a fine Irregular ity of a letter. "The strength of the typist in strlk- it.!-ty8 weu'(l net "ft'01 nn falHMe ewe, because this would be changeable. A.6?- e28 Pty vhe dld "et clean his ?5i ."! "?' mIsht' however, leave a , e$- Pled e, for in wnw. would show." JSLi. rb ?bMed that a brand new typewriter alone would be difficult te FAMILIES FLEE FROM SHORE HOTEL FUMES Hundred! Leave Hemes at Unoc Unec Unoc eupled Building Burns AtUntle City, Nev. 0. Hundreds of Mllle were forced te flee in their Wfhtclethei with whatever available Wing they could find when a lire of ayiterleus origin suddenly ' broke out ia.Mh".rearJ of. !he Savey Hetel, Con Cen Xiil an,d ,Atlnlc aenues, shortly nl 4.?cl0 this morning. ?." wl fased .f0,r mere than two tetiliSSie!' h Mtlwated-" hS',?.i.b.,aM .wf discovered sheeting w,,nde; t the hotel, which tot ?SEleduer the, lnt0 fn" '"' win- fraii? i, i,rnn,enp,d a number of ethir ST bnldni,"e.s '" tl)c vh-mitj. rir.: taWllSSS"!" f ,u,t".r en tl,e bl: w Dulldlng te prevent Its spreading. Man In Trench Hit by Car Frnnk,nn(Ila,ne n ,nborer' :,u'' Nrtli ihiV, . n .b,rm Wllh ww-ielv Injuted W,."2 0r. "" p-Mntlen in wl,el. Memerial Huspltul. POISON CAKE PROB ON ANOTHER TRACK Seeks Freedom aRBBBBaBBBBBBaBaKaWa&sSBaBM 'l rB9HBHBHBHBHBHBHBHBkSTMM ' BBBBBEsJVBHSaBBBBBBBBVHPMBT BBpHBJSBBpppBBpBjpir :: LiiV'1 .'' lRsBr l: ' '"') ' ' ''' Mllw- f . ' ttm Mrrk: ,m . 1 MP $t ! 'V s' ; aPaH. " fc... Illllimillllrt. WW MVt.4 I MRS. EUGENIA KELLY DAVIS who eloped with dancer In 1015, sues In Paris te annul marriage RICH ELKTON BRIDE ASKS PARIS COURT FOR DIVORCE . i . . ,, Mrs. Eugenia Kelly Davis, Who Eloped, Sues Dancer Husband New Yerlt, Nev. 0. Suit for di vorce has been brought In Farla by Mrs. Kucenla Kelly Dnvls, who seven years age eloped te Klkten, Md., and wns married te Albert J. Davis, professional 'dancer and riding academy empleye. Their mm rinse, November 17, 1015. fallowed long-continued publicity con cen fcinlng efforts of Mn. Edward Kelly te fepnrnte her daughter, then twenty .tears old and heiress te n Inrge fortune, from Din is. who hnd figured in sensa tional Broadway nlght-llfe happenings. A dherce decree granted te Davis' first wife, which became llnnl the dny before his marriage te Miss Kelly, for bade M.s remarriage In New "Yerk. Mrs. Davis took vi her residence In Paris some time nge, niiil the transfer of her country plnce en Leng Island te her husband was reported prier te her departure from this city. Ne time appears te have been lest by Mrs. Davis in bringing the divorce suit after h$r husband's arrival In Paris. The action Instituted Included nlliduvits te show she had called upon her bu-bnnd te resume marital rela tions with her, and that he had refused. 1 'Hunt constitutes sufficient foundation In 1 ranee for divorce. 75 ENDANGERED BY -MERCHANTVILLE FIRE Weman Fire Crew Aids Rescue in Early Blaze In Inn Lives of seventy-five person were endangeieil In an earlv morning fin which started from n defective flue in the basement of the Mercbantville Inn, nt Merchant Me, N. J., n four-story flame stniee. Mr". Elizabeth Llnderman, wife of the chief of police of Merehantvllle, and captain of the Ladies' Volunteer Fire Department, was one of the first te nrrive en the scene nfter Kenneth IJeech, n tennnt at the inn, sounded the ulnrm shortly before o'clock. Mrs. Llndetmnn directed the work of her crew and aided in lending the occupants of the building te safety. She then supervised the serving of coffee te the firemen. Beech wns nwekened when he smelled smeke coming from the basement. By the time he sounded an alnrm flames had swept through the first fleer of the building. Firemen confined the blaze te the ground fleer. The less is esti mated at $."00. MANK1LLEP IN ROW Shet te Death by Companion en Way Heme Latter Arrested Alexander Dzlnnl. S10 North Leith Leith gew street, was shot and killed by Frederick Gicvlddl during n quarrel early teda nt Seventh and Berks streets. The men hnd been together several hours, and tinnlly became in volved in an argument as they were about te go horn. They seen came te blows. Dzlnnl was haviiiK the best of the encounter, when Gievlddi drew a revolver and shot liiin in the right side. Dzlnnl wns tnken te the Roosevelt Hospital, but died before reaching there. Gievlddi wns arrested. He lived at Ninth street and Montgomery avenue. FIRES AT WIFE: SHOOTS SELF Man Misses Her and Puts Twe Bul lets In Own Head After attempting te 'sheet his wife, Annie, James Schuler, thirty-two years old, of Perter etreet near Sixth, turned the revolver upon himself and shot twice through his temple. Schuler is in n'serieus condition in the Methodist lles-pllal. Acceiding te the police of the Fourth street and Snjder uveuue station, Schuler has been out of work for some time and was despondent. The police, sny that in the rourse of a dhpute at the bicakfnst table yesterday Schuler rushed upslnlrs niul get u re volver. His wife, seeing her husband re te the necend Heur, inn from the lifting room. Just as tdin i cached the front deer lie enme te the feet of the btnirs and shot .it her. At the heipltnl hcliuler told the police he hnd been shot by his wife, but Investigation by Detective Peter Shelter, of the niuuler sound, failed te confirm his sterj. Neighbors who snw the i hooting snj the pistol was tired by the liiiiib'inil. Mis, Schiller was held In M00 ball us n iniiterinl witness nt n hearing before Magistrate O'Connor at the Feul lb St l eel mid Sll.vder livenili) police station this morning ark ieu i.oeKiMt run iin.r? rrn- hapt tin tn r-i'.en ;en want I adver tiling unJtr bUualluns en vuge 20. 4di. RUSH OF TRAFFIC SLOWS UP TRAVEL F V Early Morning Service en First Business Day Qets a Rough Send-Off PASSENGERS, CONFUSED, JAM STATION PLATFORMS Orthodox Street Station Scene of Greatest Congestion, ' Due te Delays First workday riders en the Frank ford elevated laughed and Jested today even when the service slewed up during the height of the morning rush hour. The rush en the new overhead line began shortly before 7 o'clock, the big gest crowds congregating at the Ortho dox street and the Allegheny avenue stations. Passenger from FeltenviUc, Olney nnd ether points immediately west of Frnnkferd transferred te the "L" from Ne. 75 line which cresses Frankford avenue nt Mnrgnret street. Even though the starting of the ele vated had been expected for weeks and mentliH, dozens of riders were con cen ruscd about the location of the sta tions. Transfer passengers leaving "feeder" lines at Margaret street and nt Caster read would start uncertainly north en Frankford avenue, looking up nt the elevated structure for a station. BigJnm at Orthodox Others strode confidently toward Or thodox strict, starting n stampede in that direction. By 7 o'clock passengers were swarming up te the Orthodox street platform. The first "kink" developed about 7:10 o'clock as prospective riders peered up the track through a light fog, hoping te sec the headlight of u train'. New arrivals clicked their way through the turnstiles until the station became packed with humanity. It looked like the Fifty-second street sta tion of the Market street aubway-clc-vated en a very busy day. "Net se geed tedav," commented one veteran rider who had seen the fir3t trolley run en Frankford avenue nnd probably hnd seen the old steam "dummy" line lu operation. A northbound trnln skimmed past toward the Bridge street terminal. "Well, the line's open nnyhew," some one called out. "We ought te start an agitation for nn nir bus line," snid one young chnp, who looked ns though he had tat up late with his radio set. Trains Run Past Platforms Anether noithbeund train passed. This brought a Heed of comment from the waiting crowds by this time packed from the back guard tail of the plat form te the platform's edge. Men be gan consulting their watches nnxieusl.v when the third northbound train went by, with nary a premise of ene town ward bound. v , After n tcn-mlnutc wit the south bound train loomed out of the fog nnd eased te u slop at Orthodox street. About half of the crowd tried te get into the first of the four cars. The conductor nnd the guard politely reminded the passenger there were ether cars waiting. There wns n scramble then for the rear vehicles al though few get into the last enr. A scant dozen pnssensers were wnit Ing at the Church street station, and Continued en IVve Fourteen, ( elumn Twe MAN IS KILLED WHEN RUN DOWN BY TRUCK Samuel IGeldman, 54, of 521 Snyder Avenue, Victim Arrest Driver Samuel Geldman, tift.v-feur yenrs old, 521 Sn.vder avenue, was struck nnd instantly killed by a niotertiuek driven by Iadere Freeman, seventeen yenrs old. shortly after 5 o'clock thU morning. The accident occurred en Fifth street near Mifflin. Geldman attempted te cress the street in front of tlie truck. At Mount Sinai Hospital, where his body wns taken, It wes a!d that the driver of the truck did net step after runing ever the mnn, but th.it Freeman was later arrested. He Is being held by the police. The truck Is owned bj T.euis Free man, 2113 Seuth Fifth street. The seventeen ,v enr-eld driver, (sadere, is a nephew of Freeman. SENSELESS, HANGS TO CAR Sewell, N .J., Man's Skull Fractured In Crash With Standing Truck Charles Lambert, of Sewell, . ,L, Is in the West .leise.v Hoineupntliie Hos pital today with n frncluied skull nfter his enr crushed into .1 truck tilled with gravel, left standing en the Hell-Mnwr pike. Lnmbeit wns found earlv this morn ing hanging en the dner of his automo bile, unconscious, and wns rushed te the" hospital. PhjMcinns said that he would net live. DIES FR0MJ3AS FUMES Man Found Unconscious In Heme en Elkhart Street Unwind Powell, fmlj cars old. was found unconscious en the iloer of the kitchen of his home nt 2031 Klkhnrt street nt SI: 15 o'clock this morning by his daughter Mnry. He was dead when tnkrn te the'Kplscepnl Hospital. Phy sIcinuH snld his dentil was due te gas poisoning. One burner of n gits stove in the Md hen wns found open. Pevveli is snld te have been despondent recent lj. He was cmplejed at im engineer In a Keukiugteu lull!. RANKFORD Pinchot Makes, Final Plea for Big Vete The finnl message of Gilferd Pin chot te the people of the State before they go te the polls, tomorrow fol fel lows : ' j "What (he next Administration can de for the people of Pennsyl vania will depend largely en the Issue of its majority. There is no doubt we are going te win. vvnat is important Is te make the vlcterf as large us possible. "Let no geed citizen fall te vote tomorrow. What happens then will nffeet for geed or 111 every man, woman nnd child In Pennsylvania for the next four years and longer. As lejnl citizens of the Common wealth, as men and women devoted te its welfare, I urge you te de your duty en Election Dav. Jeur vote is needed te make the Com monwealth n better place te live in. "Stand by Pennsylvania and vote." G. 0. P. DROPS Ft TO ROLL UP RECORD 'Ne Knifing," Is Order Sent Out by Philadelphia Commit tee te Ward Leaders APATHY IS VANISHING UNDER LAST-HOUR DRIVE Ward leaders In the Republican city organization, united In harmony for to morrow's general election, received ab solute orders today from the big chiefs nf i he CHr Committee te ete and ...,.-i. em k- cirnlt.li, Itennlillenn tlckc.0 These eiders. it was explained, were qualltied anu mmiing. j.nejr menu n.-j evcrv vote polled under the aupices e, the organization will mean n vote, for Gifferd Pinchot nnd the entire Repub lican ticket. There will be no cutting of the ticket or knifing. Tl.- e.n.wl nt tlm iinllntl nri-niilzatlen wnu made known te the ward lenders who werp summoned te intermni meet ings iu the headmmrters of the Repub lican City eblBWIttee-, Eleventh sua Chestnut streets. Incidentally, when the leaders called at headquarters their hearts were glad dened and their wallets fattened bv .il- iMhi.nla fiw.tii niirtKitltcn fllllflrf. KteC- tien expense money, te pay watchers anil te provide tne usual crnppniKs 'i nn election where n big majority is te be rolled up, wns passed out with a liberal hand. "Paj master" Is Popular "Big Tem" Cunningham, treasurer of the Stale Committee nnd chairman of the Finance Committee of the City Com mittee, is a popular mnn. Councilman Hull, chairman of the Campaign Committee, wns en the job curly ns were Cilv Chaltninn Watsen and "Congressman Vare. Mr. Vnre. It is understood, is starting out en his 1ni.nl nntlllenl rnrerr. fellnvvlnt- nn his brother, the Inte Senater Vare. by open ing up tlie war enest, r rem an accounts It is apparent that the "angels" have net overlooked Eleventh and Chestnut streets. All of the lecnl orgnnlzntien lenders predicted n reusing Republican majeilty in the cttj of frem 150,(100 te 175.000. This wns bnckrd up bv Councilman W. W. Reper, chnirnian of the Pinchot City Cemmittic. rVn milt mfirfissinn of llnll in I he Democrats' was that he was amused by the statement of Kdgiir W, Lnnk. chnir nian of the Democratic City committee, thnt .Tnhn A. MeSnarran. Mr. I'lnchet's opponent for Governer, would hnve 100,000 vetei in I'lilliuieipnin nnd tlint the Ferester would hnve only nbeut 105,000. 'Mr Pinrlint." suid Mr. llnll. "nnil the whole Republican ticket will poll at lenst 250.000 voles. Mr. Lank mnkes me smile." W. Hnrrj linker, chairman of the Republican Slnte Committee, conferred today with Sennter Pepper. Beth weie jubilant ever the reports of ltepubll enn confidence coming in from alyparts of the Stnte. Apathy Ilelng Routed rrim vlhijitlnn n. It Ik hniirlr ilenl. eping, uccerdim: te Iho Stnte nnd elt leaeers, snows mm iipiunj is ueinc snei in nliinnt, niul Hint 1 hrnltchnn t l'enti. vlvenin tomorrow the men nnd women voters will i oil up nn ild-fnshleucd uinierity for the Republicnn, ticket. un me eve w urn fuuirii, unn tu the most Important In decades, Repub- ., . , . it..... i .1...1 n .1. .. Ilcan leatll'ia prcim-mi nun i mciiei Continued en I'ure fourteen, Column One REV. CORNELIUS" X. LEAHY DIES OF AUTO INJURIES Fermer Falls of Schuylkill Recter Received Fractured Skull The Itev. Cornelius X. Leahvj until recently assistant rector of St. lliidset's Catholic Church. Falls of Schuylkill, died ,esteida afternoon in the I'ottb I'ettb I'ottb vllle Hospital of n fractured skull te celved In an nutomebllo nci ldeut lust Thursday. Father Leahy recently was sent te Hie Church of Sts. Peter nnd Pnul Tower C t.v. where he wns rector. He was driving with a large part.v, In- , hiding Bishop Crime, of this cit.v. from t Tower Cit? te Tieinnnt. wheie UMiep i..,n.A a. nn ... 11. .. IHllllI Mtln.tnn I.ki. 1 lUllf M.1J1 Hi ,,111' '"Hill IHUllWM, 1II'II I one of the enrs evertuined. The driver 1 of the iiutoiuetiilo wns Killed Instantly. ' l..i t li.i. t .mill u nu n ffrn.ltififn ,.f S!, ' Charles Horremeo's Seminary, at Over Over limek, the ilnss of 1011. He will be burled WimIihmIhj meinlng from St. ('aniens Chinch, Mnhuney City. KVnilllt (-ItWni'.IIRIKli art net eub teed lli(MnfHB tul Ihey ini;k ether (uuila tat yoel. liv. UDS PINCHOT MAJORITY as Daring KEIWTS IN NEW DEMAND ASSUME Declare Warships of All Nations Must Ask Permission te Enter BRITISH TROOPS REFUSE TO QUIT DISPUTED ZONES Nationalists, After Seizing Con stantinople, Threaten Trou ble With Allies Nationalists, having seized Constan tineple, are maxing aemnnus which threaten trouble -with Allies. Kemalists assume control of Straits and power te bar allied warships. Demand for withdrawal of allied troops from Constantinople is made. British. insist en keepintr Jroeps in Constantinople and neutral zone. Lausanne peace conference is post poned. Sultan still claims right of office. Kemalists invade neutral zone, Ro tating Mudania armistice. till Asse-iateit Prrss Constantinople, Nev. 0. The Turkish Nationalist Government has handed n note te the allied High Commissioner'! here te the effect that the warships of all nations must nsk it for authoriza tion te pass the Straits of the Darda nelles, the Havas correspondent here has been informed. They must also salute the new government of Turkey. The Nationalists are new seeking fresh conquests in a manner that may bring about trouble with the Allies. after overthrowing the Sultan's gov ernment and declaring him bereft of all his civil power. Last night, after taking ever con trol of Constantinople, the Nationalist"' demanded w Ithditrar'Tlf "tW "hilled troops from the city and served notice that allied or American bailers Would net be permitted te land from their warships at Kcmalht ports ercept by special permission of the Angera gov ernment. An cxtrnerdimry meeting of (he allied commissioner., (piicl.lv nsemb'ed te decide what stand they should take In the quickly nltcied situation, nnd determined that Ihey would refuse ca ca tergerienlly the Nationalist demnnd ter military evacuation of Constantinople by the allied forces. Alse Demand Railroads Along with the demnnd for the de. parture of Allied troops, the Turkish Nationalist Government, iu nn addi tional nete handed te the Allied Com missioners by Hamid ltey. asked thnt the Turkish rallwnvs in Kurepe. and Asia which are under temporary Allied control, he hnndrd ever te the Angreu Government Immediate!. Over the week-end the Nationalists bucked up against the Allies, net enl through wiltten notes, but with a show of physicnl power as well. With a deeming disregard for the agreements in the Mudnnin convention thnt re centlv brought nn end te armed hostili ties in the Near I'tit, Turkish gen. dnrnies have new moved into areas known ns neutial. The.v are advancing into the Chanak aren, where only a few weeks nge the British dug themwlves In te prevent violation of the neutrality of that dis trict. J At rtuigns, a few miles from the Dnrilnnillce. the Kemnlists have cstab lulled nn administration. Sultan Is Obdurate The Allied Hish Ceuimlssiiineis hnve accepted the new regime in Constanti nople with Unlet I'asba, the Military Governer of Thi.w, ns Governer of the c.tv. nnd the Sultan's Government luis aceipied Hi dewufnll. although Melin mm' d VI still considers himself Centliiurl en 1'aEe fourteen. ( allium Three BANDIT ATTACKS BUTCHER IN SHOP: STEALS $350 i Rebber Fells Victim With Butt of I Revolver and Lecks Him In Stere l'sini! n black luck and a revolver te make goon ins tn-manus ter money, a v.i.F,. Lmii'ki'i! Ilnrrv Shiinn ti.i-. two veils old. unconscious in hi-, . ......I... I,,l,. "ll'l III, Inn 1M1II'II1-I t"'"'l, 7 , , ,,h'" cime, short! ;ifl"r 'I e clock lust night. Ilelere ine iwmm Miiieii vvitu -jH.il) U.. .,it.nintiil til til IllM ti-itlm .. t.l. .. rope ami 'Inn locked him in his shop,' Mill lie loin i"' in- ', let- .MiH'icciltli nnil (teru sui'ii-! Miiiiuii tniir lie went te his meic te prepnte for tedav 's ttade. As be emend the place and started le close I be deer, the .Negro appeared and pus-hid bis wny into the store, wi.ne yMinne hepnn n ktriuvnlrt .. iti. ,,ii-ii Vi , -""-tv nun him the lebhcr pulled a blackjack and StrUCK !U ins m'-iiiii. .-ei sncceeilliiK i .Ma In. ttirti ilrevi' n renl..,M .,.i i bi ought U down en the butcher's bend, Geerge Nex McCain's Election Eve Analysis of The State Campaign Will lie Found en Today's Editorial Page POWER ON STRAITS Rescuers Explore Gas Big Mine Disasters of Recent Years Location and Date Deatli Tell Jacksen, Calif.. Aug. 23, 1022 47 Cherry, 111., Nev. l.'i, 1000... 2S1) Butte, Ment.. June , 1017. . . 150 Cenl Creek, Teiin., Slay 10, 1002 l27 Birmingham, Ala., Slay 5, 1010 175 Abver Vullej. Wales, Slay 21, 1001 .se Johnstown, Ph., Jul 11. 1002 S7 Hnnnn, Wje., June :t0, 100.'i. . 200 Harwiek, Pu Jan. S, 1004.. ISO Pas de Cnlals, France, Slareh 10, 1000 1000 Canccn, Slex., June 1, 1000. .. 100 Teklo, Japan, 1007 470 Naemi, Bell Veineti, Dec. 1, 1007 31 Mbnengah, W. Va., Dec. 0, 1007 308 Yolande. Ala., Dec. 10, 1007. . 70 BALTIMORE LAWYER GUILTY Baltimore. Nev. ('.. flly A. P.) Hurry B. Wolf, well-known criminal law.ver and former Congressman, today wns found guilt of conspiracy te ob struct justice in connection with the held-up and murder of William B. Norris at Park avenue and Slndlsen street August IS last. LAST-MINUTE NEWS TWO DEAD. TWO BURNED TAKEN FROM MINE SHAFT SPANGLER. PA., Nev. 6. The first tve bodies remevSd from the Rellly coal mine shaft weie identified as Themas Legue and Jeseph Fritz. Shortly nfter these bodies wet a removed, two Tlvlnp miners, fenrullyf burned, weie bieupht up and rushed te a hospital. The men were unconscious and their receveiy is legarded as extiemely tTeubtful. LATEST RACING RESULTS PIMUCO First Few Wew, $13.70. SS.40, $3.70, wen: Pettifogger, $17.30, $4.90, second; Whirlwind,' $2.50, third. Time, 1.1J2 1-5, Segg-axtb Areen, Fat Casey, Neel, L-ustreus and Biadluy'b Teney also ran. 5 HURT IN TROLLEY Several Others Shaken Up by Crash at Second Street and Snyder Avenue FERRIES AND AUTOS TIED UP Five persons were Im, t this morn ing when nn ent-beund Snvdcr avenue trellc ctnthed into u Second street cur. A tlen-e fev prevalli'l ns the ears nppreuched the inte-eiiien Beth nviterinen ranv n vviinnu. but the evidentlv misunderstood the signals. The Snvder uveliue en,- n "otie "etie mnn" trolley, truck the buck of the Second street car. kti" k "C the renr truck from the track In tb- rush from the renr deer of each i ir the follow fellow lug weie Injured : i;. W. Kuth. HI" A t eh treet. ruts and brulsi's of bmlv Jehn O'SInllev, 420 V..lf street, bend cut Themas A. SIerrK -"1 4 Seuth Dnrlen street, nrms hmt Jeseph Sitclle, 700 "tnh Seventh stieet, shock. The nioteimnn who ej ei ited the one man car wns nlse tiiiuii I 'ishtlv All were tienteil at m Vines' Hospital Slnnv thnusnnds of weikeis were de Inved in teichmg their pi ices of cm cm Iile.vment this tiierulng bv ihe f ; All irnihc had te move with nireme cnutieu. Beth shores of the IMnwnre River were curtained b.v fog ter nin n s ini'es. All kinds of river crult hiid-ti grope their way histles were bhv n m cessnntl . The Camden fi 1 1 v lerm'ml wns packed with pnwengers dtimu tlie tail bout i of tin meining, as tin fns knocked the icgtihir running -rli. ln ip helter-skelter. Although eHii'l.lls of ihe Philadelphia nnd C.imdeii Fenv Cem jinny sav thnt thr.v weie ble te mini. tain a tive-nutiule s liedule, ihe waits en ench side of the liver seemed te hi nt .least leu gr lifteen minutes betwem bouts. These who metered from the siihnrbs weie compelled te cm speed nwuj down below tieimnl and tuanv kept their headlights burning until tbe get will Inte the city. " DIES UNDER BURNING AUTO Trapped Man Fires Revolver and Sounds Hern In Vain Sprlnglleld, O.. Nev. 0. Pinned beneath his burning automobile, W. II. Smith, of Ztiuesville, lired a revolver and seuudid the horn near his hands In nn effort te nttiuet attention, lie vwis burned te duitli beloie nil one could cxttlcate him. The aulouiehilc hnd sklddfr: and turned ever into a dite.li. COLLISION !N FQG -par?glef SfctlwoeJ I Colvtef " .-tbertsburgj. Voedbory DRESS SAVES WOMAN'S LIFE Falls Inte Mine Breach, She Lives Four Days en Narrow Ledge Pettsvllle, Pa., Nev. I) Sirs. Leretta Kehler, of Llewelbn, told to day hew she lived en n ledge four feet wide, just ever a 000-feet mine breach for three dajs. She was rescued bj hunters last evening. Sir?. Kehler, sevent -four yenrs old. wandered from her home a week uge. She became let nnd three dnjs. nge fell Inte the mine breach. She thought her Inst moment had arrived when she felt herself fulling, hut her dress caught en the ledge, nnd "he recovered hei presence of mind nnd waited for her rescuers, fully believing she would be found before she died. BULLETS SPRAYED i Philadelphia Lawyer Arrested After 70-Mile Dash Along White Herse Pike OAKtYN CHIEF 'HET UP' After being chased nlenz S lute Herse Pike nt the rate of -ivent n Me nn hour and witii his automobile Mghts ttirncd off. Sl-irtln .1 Powers, nn nt nt tertic.v. wiih etlices in the Heal Ilsi.ue Trust Rtilldlng. nnd lis cliaiiffeur wire 'irrested in Camden late last night bv Chief of Police Itaukin of U.ikhti N. J. i The attorney vv-is Inter held in Mnn bail for court en a charge of ass.utii n. nn officer growing out of the nrn-i whiie his chauffeur, Martin l.nweii wns llneil J..",0 and tots nnd a inmn inmn inendfltien mode le the IVnnv Ivatiln authorities that his driving liceun In revoked I "When I ariested l.a.vten Mi Towers ' tried te bluff me bv asserting tebe a i personal friend of (iovemer IMwnrds, ' chief Untikin said today "lie mvihci, te tlilnk because lie is n mini nt I wenlth that hii can set .ivva.v with' an; thing, hut he came te the wieni.1 iihue fm thnt wlien he came te Oak- I 1". ' Was Drinking. Chief Sa.vs "Powers hnd been diiukiiig. ' ih" , chief said, "nnd abused ine when I, finally ovirteok his miichltie in i."i'n- I uen nnd arrested the i hu iffeur lie I told the rhauffvur net le letnni te ihik- l.vn with me nnd became sn hidligi lent i I drew my blackjin k, fuiruu' tieuble I Thev he seized me mid tiled te take it nwav fiein ine, About that tune two' Cnuiden iiliceinen c line up and ndvi-.il linn he hnd usitir be in.i-e i.iiiftil about assaulting an elhcer " Acctiiijlug le Chief It'inkin the iliae bivtii uftei Powers' inniliiie had i. '" nei ed n tinlhc signal at Daklvn In stead of stepping when i hiet Utanklu 1 1 Ulew Ills Whistle, lie said the mm bin vped abend nnd nil the lights win. tinned off. 11 red en .Mnihlne "1 hailed nnnther innchine nnd nai' id nftet the car." Itanl m ild " t t'ldliiiuhweuil I nming r le pull alien nnd hlepjicl, signnllliifi te Pemi-, hnufteur te step, but he pulled out of ihe tend and wuit en 'linn 1 shit til revelvei nl the enr twice, thinking It was a bandit nun lilne "The elms,! len'lnued le i'miu'Ii'ii Powers' car sped down lluddeii ave nue' nt the i.ttn of seventy miles nu hour. 1 shot twiesj mere, hoping le f'enllnuril en lure Tmii rulieiui I inn im, leL- want .urn? iiikiii; ai:- l' niv of ttim hiI rt il ii it,, . u, Wnntcil calutmis tias- or xmucs 2; un'i 'JU I A ,1V..- j iuiuune A Cresscrt I fb."7 Perlprp- I r, burs' (3tJoriii9fewtt I ' I 1 1 T . -" J- FLYING AUTOIS ffllS - Filled Pm BUST VICTIMS TIEN FROM PITi Werk of Exploring Parties Hanrw pered by Presence of Cas EXTENT OF BARRIER BEFORE IMPRISONED MEN UNKNOWN! State Cars Rushing at Mils 4 Minute .te Scene of i' ', Disaster 500 OFFER ASSISTANCE niBODIESOFTHBEl? 91 f Trannefl tAlnrlmnn DnIU,..J Il '"'"ii '"ri"-" "vini" uciioeu in Imminent Danger of Suffocation , Spangler, Pa., Ner. 0. A terrlW explosion somewhere in the workings la the Uellly mine of the Itcllly Ceal Com pany here at 7:30 o'clock this morning enteintied between ninety and ninety five miners, who hnd gene te their work scarcely half nu hour before. Superin tendent O. J. Flanagan at enqe organ ized a rescue party from empleyes I ft the vicinity and entered the mine. f The first rescue party-te enter tht mine after the explosion reported St neon tedav that they had found three bodies and feared thnt some, lf net" all, of the ether ninety men entombed are dead. I The rescue party entered the mtaa under the direction of Superintendent? Flanagan and had proceeded te 'tbe third entry en the right of the msis entry when they came upon the bedteev The dend miners were- brought te tbst feet of the shaft nnd the party tveuft back for further cxnloratien. Whm them came te the surface nfter their second trip into the mine, tby declined te give out any further Information. Volunteers and Rescuers A second rescue party immediately went into the workings. The rescuers Siere composed of volunteers chosen from hutidieds of men who had gathered at the shaft. Shortly before the second crew went under ground, word ws leielved that the lescue car from Pittsburgh would nrrive early this nflernoen. Silent .groups of wet-ejed women and cliihlien huddled together close te tbt) nniith of the shnft. mutely wnit Ing gleam of hope fiem the miners who winf down te search for (heir husbands anl fathers. A steady lnln was falling, bin the women, niuii of them bare leaded, paid little attention te the weather. After the first rescuers enme ill. some of the groups moved toward tb Miinpnnv s office, expecting that an an an iieiineeiiient would be made. The rescmr p.utv immiillaiel leufernsl with reni-' inn.v nflit'inU regard in,: the ihnss of debus which Ii-nl halted the,r progress, lllie of ihe i r inner S'lid lie thought fti fourth leil li'id Imcii found The big fans which circulate fresh air through tlie mine shnft were wrecked b. the explosion and it wn mere thsB two hours before thev wire rennired se that fiesh -in- agni hv mrceil into th gas. piled chnmbers. It is t'.ind that tlie gis in iv lone gotten in its dendl vvniK iluting the tune thus no ait was i iri ulutiiig l.'xlent of Itarrlrr Liikiiewn Soen alter the explosion occurred i loud of ."nil linnets ad been assembled the i n hi t ) i if ihe mine and these' i n ii fipupped with M innsk, were seni mie the pit In re'nv and set te "ik digging nt the hairier that WSS thiiiwn in less tin shaft bv the ex-t p "Mnn lie. aiise there was f.n much gis mi the shaft, t In si- men were net peinuttiil le temalii len in the pit. liei digging for a few minutes, tne.T were witlidrivvit and another cievv sent' le ii place them, in outer lhat they mlglit net be even eine Jlevv extent slve is this hauler that was thrown Up b ihe ixp'oslen and which ompletol e-,s tlie shaft i'.iu en' be surmised.' Aiceldttlg le lepteseulalhes of th lieillv Ciiiapnnv iiiprexlmately nlnetyi men weikul iii tlie mine h te nation-, ulii.v tlie,v nie about crpmllv dlvldedl nineiig Amerli atis Itu inns, Poles aud S'nv f. ji wn said Nene of tlie buildings nt the entranced of the mine was damaged by the ex-' plosien The tiiinein entered the shaft,, ui 7 oMeck nnd the explosion occurred i bout thirty minutes later, although ths exni t linn I net known There was no cvldiine of ihe explosion en the sitrfac and the supposition was thnt men ar iiiIuiiiIhiI in n i etisidernble distsnes fiem the lnuiith Most of tin nn n who went te work ( iiiitltiiiril un l'ii-n iitu Column Fewy Al.l.Ni; KISTKU thought It would b" easy te bienk Hie besrt f the lunn who called her n silly tlupper n pieduut of "The Reckless Age" Hut when the lime for her triumph came, i he I her own he new tv pc of wlihli fulfill Hint it only broke urt iiiHtead This Is a woman among the insnjr Hazel Deye Uatcheler hns drawn se clearly und made te true te life JiiD story in which Aline finds begins today her heart aud loses It l, On the Weman's faff .aJl m 1 m M s 1 if 1 'c V i42? 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