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Tlm of perleas: in rninuieB.
' n .10SEPII T. LABBUM
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Indents and nlumnl ringing in their
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nliv nf Pennsylvania ami l'enn State
Ln.,1 en the flelil nt 2 o'clock this
Mttmoen for their twenty-fifth meet
Mnm litis n mere colorful and
rrester crowd appeared nt nn nthletlc
rent In thU city. The pay colors worn
it the "female of tins species" com-
lined with the feathers with the initial
if the team in white en them, a new
rrinkte In showing veur loyalty, made
i scene reminiscent of the annual
thanltttvlng Day struggle
Tnrtvllie tliiiiiftaml persons, were in
t ntnnils when Cnntnin Pes Miller.
K the Red mill Ulue anil Captain
Untz. of the it up ami vv line met in
he center nf the gridiron te shake IiuihIh
md ttntch the tllp of tlie coin. Taenia
imU were innking music with the
ternitilr.1 nn Tvx Ilamer uoeteu the
Menlni klckeff.
Hands Hrlng Cheers
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Med te riiniiclty with the exception
if the tint section in both stands,
rklch hnd a scattprin ipulntlen.
rbeTinn State band bedecked- in Its
iktrful raiment inarched en the field
aidit a.,vilil burst of approval from
U cohorts of the vlnlteis.
Ftnn with a jaunty step and regaled
it Iti red and blue rapes brought the
tna lectien te its icet ns tupy waiuea
nt of the Keuthwest entriince.
At Absccen. where the lied nml Blu
quid hag been spending a couple of
js tuning up ter inu KicKeir at -'clock
this afternoon, the players were
p eriitai nnu enriy. ureaKtust ever,
It iriiMcis packed up anil left for
rankiin Field. At St. Martins, where
DEO Beillpk mill his Oritur Pnnntt,
blleglnna spent yesterday, the equa'd
rat en the move even before tbe time
i ie ii up.
Tilt UMIll nprvnilNllPHK hntnra n tlv
tttle pipped the players of both
Nuns, with the Nmi1t flint Hie ..nil tm.
teakfast was iiiiiu'c(Hiir.v. The l'enn
Itate nquad after hreakfiisting packed
P for the trip te Franklin Field.
ere than WW State students nr-
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SCHWAB INTIMATES
HE HAS RETIRED
lead of Bethlehem Steel Cerrrpanyl
v iMiunni i rage bommiaaien
JViMiliifJen. Nev. 18. Charles M.
(mMlh. cliniriniiii nf ilia lia i,ii,.n
tetl Cuitipun , and mie of the greatest
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Titus Taken te Trenten Jail,
. Mether Unable te Raise
$20,000 Bail -
HELD ON U. S. WARRANT
FOR EMBEZZLEMENT
Jut one of the many pretty girls who left Bread Street Station en
Special trains today for the Princeton-Yale game. This young lady Is
Miss Frances C. flulld, IB West Walnut avenue, Mercliantvllle. She
Is buying a program from a Princeton student
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YALE-TIGER GAME IN FRAUD, HE SAYS
Throng of 55,000 Jams Palmer
Stadium for Annual Foot
ball Battle
WILL WATCH FOR FUMBLE
Princeton Vale
Smith (t ...left end Ml) Eddy
Treat (18) ...left tackle... (33) Miller
Dickensen (S) left guard (35)Crulkshaiik
Parent Ready te Sacrifice Heme
for Sen Who "Borrowed"
Frem Bank'
Civil War Drummer Held With
. Others in Stock Swin
die Case
(Cant.)
Alferd (13)
.center.
(43 IavpIev
flnlvely (3) ..rlaht miard... (22) Cress
Baker (30) . ..right tackle. . (.12) Dlllcr.
uray nui . . . .ngnt ena. . . . t ueaver
German (2(1) quarterback (7) Neldllnger
CaldWell (II) left halfback. (6) Wight
Crum (7) ..right halfback.. (1) Jcrdan
(Opt.)
Cleaves (34) ...fullback... (46) Scott
Weight averagea: T.lne Princeton,
1R4; YalB, 195. nackfleld Princeton.
172; Yale, 174. Team Princeton, 179;
Yale. 188.
Officials: Referee Victer Schwartz.
Brown. Umpire Dave Kultz, Brown.
Head linesman a. B.inkart, Dartmouth.
Field Judge Fred Ollllnder. Pcnn.
Time of periods 15 minutes.
Dy STONKY McLINN
Princeton, X. ,1., Nev. 18. Fifty
five thousand spectators looked down
en the gridiron nf Palmer Stadium this
afternoon and yelled long and loud n
the Tiger and the Hulldej eume trotting
nut en the green for the annual foot
ball battle.
Princeton has been bulging with the
crowds who hnveiswnrmt'd here for the
game and at 2. o'clock this afternoon
when the teams came out en the field
there were almost 55. 000 spectators
seated In the concrete stnnds.
It was the largest crowd that ever
miw a football game here. Anticipat
ing an overflow, Princeton officials liml
five thousand extra seats erected, mid
even with these there was a complete
sell .out.
Yale men nre wary nf the Itoper Iteper Itoper
ceuched Tigers. They knew that
Princeton has Cleaves, the triple
threat man : Crum, a jam-up line-backer
: Caldwell, a rlrst-chiss liiterferermid
nVfeiiHlye man, mid Johnny German, a
field general, second te none. They also
respect' "Vhoeps" Hnlvely, forward
passer extraordinary; (jray, the sure
fire pass catcher, and a line that is
strong and aggressive..
But what the men from New Haven
fear most is the well-ulgh uncanny
ability of the entire Tiger football sitiad
te he where a fumbled ball is bounding
along the turf, pounce upon it and
either were or put the Tigers within
scoring listaiice of the goal line.
A great many Yale men watched
Continued en Puce Klevrn. Column Four
SHOT BY AUTO THIEF
Sinking 8prlngs Man Wounded by
Intruder In Oarage
Heading, Pa., Nev. IS. tirniipllng
with a burglar, whom he found in his
garage, Uayuumtl Kent.. l Sinking
Springs, was shot through the chest
mid' arm early this uiemlng. He Is
eimtlued te a hospital.' hut will recover.
BeiiU wn awakened when lie heard
a iieIm in the garage and Iiixe-ilgnled
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ins willliignecH ti!nitiKlciil inan atteinnting te steal hi
lull,. "J "" ' '"at ceu i b
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ptnee bi-ttteini vi , ,"?.al "in-
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insu-j,
lltte. "" "'"ine. miles Cem-
"at Hediiii. When he went te the tuumu-
he was attacked l.v tlie niiiuit.
W. A. WHITE CASE DROPPED
Action
CONFUSION AT HEARINGS
The Itev. T. Asher Hes, a Civil
War drummer boy and former secre
tary of the Pennsylvania Railroad Y.
M. C. A., who had hoped te cleur him
elf today of charges of having been
a purty te u stock swindle, will net be
given a hearing until Tuesday.
With lie ether persons, the minis
ter, who is seventy-three years old,
was arrested lam night. All were te
'iave had hearings before Magistrate
Ceward this morning. The henring was
postponed, however. In order that three
of the defendants might have hearings
en similar charges before . Magistrate
Scullln today, he having isMtcd the
first warrants en which they were nr
rested. The fact that both magistrates were
scheduled te conduct henrlncs m-iiw-ing
out of the alleged swindle.' which
involves I,. H. Tayler Ce.. brokers,
caused confusion te both the magis
trates mid defendants.
While Magistrate Ceward was or
dering a postponement se that Magis
trate Scullin could conduct liN hcar
Harry M. Titus, defaulting oeshlor
of the tflrst Xatlennl Bank, Wrights-
town, X. J., calmly admitted his guilt
today when taken into cmiteijy nt Mount
Helly en a Federal warrant charging
embezzlement of .'12,:i00 from the bank.
Titus was unaccompanied by friends
or relatives when be was tnken before
United States Commissioner Haines in
Mount Helly. Deputy Marshal Flnley
and V. Clnude Palmer, attorney for the
bank, . were the only ether persons
nrnHf.nl-.
When balj was fixed at $20'.000, Titus
said he con Id net furnish It. .Mr.
Haines instructed the tlenutv marshal
te take his prisoner nt once te the
Mercer Cetintv lull at Trenten
Mrs. Charles C. Titus, mother of
the accused man. said she and her tuts
band are ready te sacrifice their home
at 031) Princeton avenue, Trenten, te
heln htm.
"I will de everything I can for
him," she snld. "My heart N broken.
but I knew Harry didn't mean te
steal.
Says He "Borrowed" Meney
"Hnrry is An honest boy, even If
appearances are against Mm. He ber
rowed the money from the hank, think
ine he could make a let of money In
speculation. He intended te replace
every penny of it.
"We hnve satisfied the bank for what
Harry ewes therp, but the bending
company must be satisfied ct. My son
was bended for $10,000. Harry is
willing te give un everything, his fine
furniture and his automobile. He is
insured for S3000.
"It must be remembered that Harry
was u very young mail te have the
heavy responsibilities of a bank cashier.
The bank directors were Aery wrung
in making such a you tig man cashier
"This lias been a terrible olew te
Harry's anting wife. They were enlj
married last February. She Is crushed.
Friends are new trying te get the Sal.
000 bail that Harry must furnish. We
me lust working people and it is a
bis sum te raise.
"Hnrry lias lets of.,friends nml he
may get it, but fl lends are net always
friends it, need. I can t talK any mere,
It is all tee dreadful."
Ills Heme Luxurious
Tltns was allowed te go te his home
after making a full confession te bank
officials. He was kept under sm-vell-
lunce and the i.ntlennl bank examiner
sent a report te the Lnlted States At
ternev at Trenten.
Thu Titus home In Mount Hellv is
attractive and well furnished anil is
conducted in a manner suggestive of an
Income greater than the !?50 it wet-It
salary Titus received, lie was married
lust February te Alma, a daughter of
.lehu Klilgcwuy, a farmer of Columbus
X. J.
Titus' home is near that of Detective
Kills Parker, of Burlington County,
who said the young man's reputation
luul always Wen of tne iit-st.
He was a very eenseiwithe fellow
I'hc pub
lag the latter linstneneil his cases until
Weilnesiliiv in fuvnr nf I In. tieiirliins nl llllil is well liked, even hew. 1 lie pi
Citv Hull. IWenilnnis u l,.i imii nn. i lie here feels sympathetic toward him
peured at City Hall Immediately smiled i He whs never In any timible before."
te Magistrate Scullln's office, and these , Mr. Parker wild he believes specula -
there started for City Hull. ! tive brokers "swept Titus off his feet"
...... i by premises of lich returns In a short
iM'inuineu w nn runt vt lie
When detectives called at the home
of the Itev. Mr. Hess te iilnce liini un
tier arrest last night they found his
wife, Mrs. Kmmn Hess, scrieusl) ill
ami permitted the muutci- te remain i
lit her bedside without suing in City
Hull te make bend.
Mrs. Hess condition was no belter
today, but her husband bit her long
enough te nppear at City Hall and try
te clear himself of Hie charges nt em-
.time,
2 KILLED AS SHORE
AUTO STRIKES POLE
Weman and Man Die In Early
Morning Crash at Pomona, N. J,
Apirlnl niaiatcli te KvuiUie Public l.cdaer
Fee Harber. X. J.. Nev. IS. A
iMKsleiiieiit. fraudulent eoncrien and i weniiin and man wcie killed and en-
conspiracy te cheat and defraud which
have been uiuilc against him. Iiiiuiedi.
ately after the postponement w.is an
nnuiiceii he hurried hack in her beiMde,
Her condition Is snld te be gtnvc.
The charges against Mr. Mess an
based en the fact-that In- lutindii I a
salesman ftmn the Tailor turn
ether inn n Injured cmb today when
mi automobile in which thej were rid
ing from Atlantic City crashed against
a teli graph pole en the White Ilerst
Pike near Pomeiiu. lhe car was
i wrecked.
These who met death wete Mrs. IUw
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who has confessed $22,300 shortage
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DAUGHTER SAVES
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Anna Needham Burned by Acid
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Swallow
SISTER AIDS IN RESCUE
Anna Xeedham, fourteen jenrs old,
burned her urins te (be elbow today
when she dashed a bottle of acid from
her father's baud as he was attempting
te drink it In their home nt 05 West
finrfiehl street. She then begged these
who enme te aid her te "leek after
daddy first."
Leretta, Anna's twelve-year-old
sister, snatched up the partly emptied
bottle nniPpeured the rest of the con
tents en the tlner.
Michael Xeedham, forty-five years
old, father of the children, is In a
serious condition nt the (fi-rmautnwn
Hospital. The surgeons suy they con con
net tell for several dajs whether he
will live.
Xeedham works in the Mldvnle Steel
Company's plant at Nlcetewn. He was
struck en the head with a piece of steel
two weeks age, and since then has been
tumble tn work, lie has been depressed,
his wife s.iid. and site thinks the in
jury may have made him temporarily
Irresponsible.
Mrs. Xccdimm wns nt work In the
kitchen when her husband attempted
suicide. The two girls saw him go
Inte the parlor. They followed him,
fearing there was something wieng be
cause of the "queer leek" In his eyes.
Anna saw her father take a small
bottle from his pocket and raise it te
his lips.
"Don't de that, daddy," she scream
ed, and sprung at him. knocking the
bottle uwn.i. As it fell much of the
contents fell en her arms,
Patielmtin Myers responded te neigh
bors' call for help and gave first aid te
Xeedham.
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pain and refused te be treated at the
hospital until the sm-gisins bail at
tended her father.
SOCIETY GIRL IS HELD
IN AUTOMOBILE MISHAP
Miss Heskini' Machine Hit Bey.
Had Right of Way. Patrolman Says
Miss Miir, HesMiis, of I'uull, a
well-uu-si-il .tint nttr.icijve young
woman, was held in S50II ball bv
Magistrate Cnwaid at Central Station
today ter a further hearing in n week.
She is i barged with a.uilt and bat
tery with an an oii.eldle nn .liuiies Haw
kins, fifteen years old, of I'-'ll Seuth
Seventeenth stieet.
HOY FALLS UNDER TROLLEY, KILLED
IMwnul Kobsen, nine yents eTtT. was killed at neon today
when he slipped from a pTTe of lumber en' which he wns play
ing nnd fell in fjent of a tielley car near Gennantewn avenue
and Duvnl s.tnet. William K. RoT5sen, the hey's lhthcr, wit
nessed the accident from his re&tnui'unt at the comer.
American Notables Greet Clem'
enceau, Who Cemes for
Lecture Tour
THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE
IN JOURNEY UP BROADWAY
At City Hall Reception War Pre
mier Says He Is Net
Militarist
"ALWAYS INVIGORATED"
MOTOR SHIP WEATHERS PACIFIC COAST STORM
SrATTT.E. Nev. 18. The meter ship Anvil, reported in
dl&tiess in a heavy steim off the west coast et Vnnceuvei
Island ycsteid.iy was today cppaiently in no danger. A mes
sage received heie taid the Anvil had made the entrance te the
Strait e? junn de Fuca, conveyed by the coast guaid cutter
Halda, and that the uiud had largely subsided.
SEVEN HELD IN N. J. FREIGHT TRAIN LOOTING
TRENTON, Nev. 18. Seven persons taken into custody
here by Captain of Ectectives Betchart and Chief of Police Cul Cul
liten, according te the authorities, had been in the habit of
bearding mevHij freight trains and throwing loot off and then
taking it tempeiarily te a house at Rlnckwoed. neai here, where
the etficials found almost two carloads of stolen goods.
JAX'AN DECORATES ELECTRIC COMPANY OFFICIAL
TOKIO. Ner. 18. G. E. Enimeu', vice pieiidunt 0f the Gen
eral Electiic Company, has been presented wltu t7t Older of the
Rising Sun by Utaro Neda, 5TTn"ster of ConiinunTcatiens, iu
leuoijuitien et services in introducing electric machinciy te
Japan and de eloping the elect rie industry.
RADICALS
TO AM
Senater Says Measures Backed
i by Administration Must
Be Defeated
LA FOLLETTE CALLS HAREM LADIES WAIL
AT SULTAN'S FLIGHT
Would Make Mere Clear Rata.
tiens of United States
and France
Seraglio Gripped With Grief and
Dismay Over Monarch's
Disappearance
TO CONSULT PROGRESSIVES I GUARDS WEEP BITTERLY
Washington, Ne. Is.- Immediate
mobilization f the "progressive" mem
bers of Congress tn work for a well.
Itu Aiieclntrtl 7r-.v
ConstMiitinenle. Nev. is.The Sul
tan's whes mid ladles nf the liiuem are
Yeung llnwMns. who vns able ,n '," ,s "' ' "ugress , liru ,,,r ,"en- ,,m. win imed with giief and dlsmfli eer
said lie "thought '"; i''"?.""" V" i'i"i -- "- - the
. .ll.Ml.a I. . .11...... I.. ............. f.i.li.
...... .. .. .1.1 ....
u .. IVInml llri.lilv. In i.ill'. j.r. J. Illli I I'l'H I'll
' "" - Aniifiiiiills ii v.. no.. Allnntii' Citv hiiiPHk. Ii l'.
iilincar at the iclilllig
he could n iK it. when he cm-sei
llieail stuM't at Chetuiit In trmit m"
tlie .Milium wniii. ill's autiiienlille esh.'
ilny iiiteiunnii I'oet Tnitlic Piitrelmnii
Diiugl-eity n-siiiliil that Miss Hnskiiii
had lhe riulit nf w.i,. Miss linskms
took he no te ,li lli-si.u iii,sittul nlter
lle h.ul slight illjillies nt
ffir rifftvTner tK.'mU-II., was be-d for a Mr r
it iiwi Tl e in nuVie ' .1 ". ",l,,'r 'lP"t the nr. .Ferry Fair. liM.-.ni: i.. cue , r.uni.y for M-ttle-
I. n !. i... . "'V'1"' ll""'". i, (ireiuan attached tn the Atlantic Clt , mint of the i i- nut of cmut.
,11 IT'ii i . ! .leiMituicnt. was badl.N ln.iu.ed. lie was'
Among the ether ilefrndanli is ailmu, , , Atlantic Cit Hi.spli,,. I KILLS TWO WOMEN IN RAGE
funilnurd un riisr IVir. Culinim lit i Ax there was u clear slretch along "j.-T.T ..J nrtisMi-rr. eMinmr
J. the pike en account of the early hour. I THEN HE COMMITS SUICIDE
ANN F Mar-RIWIMPY fl M5 t'line, wne uu at Hie wneei, urevi
the niiichliie at a terrllii- pace. There
SISTER IN HUNGER STRIKL.Is sharp tun. near P..IU..IIII and as
i la- neaied the curve he tried te tuin
c..i--. u....i n j. r.... . abruptly ivitheut Vlackcnliig speed.
-"'" nBiBBll wuieius via.i; ui ...... ..: .li.i ....A I 1.... .. T .',. 1.1.. I . . i
. .. i lie rni inn mux ' l-'-e- "in ion- I'. we weini'ii -i. un u.i 11 iiutii wee i m ... ,i. . .
Dublin Prison , tinned nn In a straight path mid crash- then killed b It. said the u-idht if "" ""' "'" "' "' i1'
Dublin, Xev. IS. ill) A. P. t 'd against the pole, lhe uiuclui.e ever-, u.uci's jui tedut. It explains Time Klne ler Ailleii
ter I. a Follette In n statimuit ted.i).
Tlie Senater urged, among eihtr tilings, i
iteleat of the Administration Shlji
Subsidy Mill and of premtd lulliead
iiuti-strike legislation. I
i "The lime bus new come," In said, I
"for tin- organization nf a well-defined
group in-iierntilii; ill suppeit nf I
accepted progressive priuciplis and pel-
ll-ll's." I
Senater I.a Fnlleiti- ill! i-i indi
cate that be linnied iigiim..tl.ili e'1 a ,
third pally, which he s.ml unild net be
nci niupllsheil "bv a gieiip of un ii el
ling together mid pn-siug n snln'iniis "
"ritliuutely theie will be i Iu f
ileavt.ge sepuratlli'.' the oeii-'i ntli ,
, . nnd progressives," said S'linn-r I u i
Jealous Man Enacts Triple Tragedy Follette. "But ).u ..m't ba-i t. Ii
in Lonely Cabin has ineveil ferwiuil rmisideialiU dm
i .i.... ii' ,.i, v... 1 in. I''1-' the lust few .teius, hut when It.
leil.ii.i.ii. ,..-.....;........--...., .,. ...,.,.,. , knows. I'm nut ih.i..
They did
un. B.. V.i y.T "'resident C
Ittee. "' H,,,n,M ""h-s C.i
UDYARD KIPLING BETTER
iKmer'e Cen,iin- b . . .
fleln, """ -" "pertea Sat is is
"etery, but Still Dna.,,.
i, V h w'lHfuctery. ui-
SiZruw!"
?J2 u''r'i bedside . tnlgh
ff.i:.ahie
I Lklidnii
BnJ...7.M.
"UI
muili
Oil
'Itltln
Annie SlacSwiiiev bus inlaid her sister
Mary in hunger striking agniut tin
hitler's detention by the Flee State
(ievernuienr.
She arrived at Mi.itt.tjei pi-si u.
where Mary Is linmcerntcd. Inst night,
accompanied by twelve etln-r wntneii.
Af.'cr ireltllirf the rusnr,t slie auueiiiiied
her li.tentl.iu nt sta,iu' nt Hie prinn
M-tcs mid taking un feed until her sis
ter was idu'ti spfiitual coiiselutlou mid
I it-leased.
. The wnmeii reinaim-d with Annie us
Blluuls. iclietlllg one niielin-i' at in-
q!1 leivalK, while she watched and fasted
UI llllll,
FRIGHT BRINGS DEATH
Taken With Approval
Governer Allen
Tepelia. 'Kan., Xev. IS. The case
agilnst Wllllnii' Allen Milte, Kinperlu
editor, for posting strlke stiuptithy
cards en th" bulletin beard of the (in
7itte ellice, was ordered dismissed by
,i,., viierni-v (ieneial x-sterday. The
action was luueii win tne consent nt.H m-cldentnll.v
I linn 11 III I I till II lit II IlilVluml lllilli . h. ".
uoviiiiei .inrn, "" ....,, r.i iiiinmti, a .M'grn, tw em t -iiire cars
turned mid pinned all three occupants
te tlie ground.
Th- were found lit a litrmer who
was driving by and from Fair, who was
conscious, it was learned hnw the ac
cident occurred. When Mrs. Wiiikcl
and ('line were extricated from tli
wieikage tliey were bieathing faintly,
but boil, died en the way te the At
lantic City Hospital.
('line, who wns a barber iu F.gg
Harber, leaves a widow and two chil
dren. BANDIT VICTIM COLLAPSES '
Pistol Discharged In Fall Owner
Thought Himself Shet
hen a pistol In liU bi.cK necl.et
discharged Alljen
hv lit., sifiiie m ieu.il iii'inii uiiejii mill ii i.,iii iiiini. inw I... ini.i ......ii li...i r.,i
ii'n.i iinitei- cases en which te n resent In trm.k umi .n... I ,.,. iii ,!,. I,, i'i., ,.i..i.. i At the Haliiiema
tin- antl-plcketltig features of the In- He was taken te IVnns.tlwwilu lles-' I ,,J',I1S ""'J1 ,,',, an hail s.-tcral broken
liihtrial Court Law te the Supreme pltal. but an examination fulled te r... . ribs, a fractnicd skull and was l.. ,,
Court. vial a wound or any cvldeiicu of newdw w,' "', cuu iinui. .leiiMns told the
"That ease will w ceiiiiiiucii or ins- marks. He expired a sheit lime Inter, i '""", ' nan .nun- n ine cit.t en husi.
sscd only aver my pretext." Mr. A sudden. Mt of the Muck when u ness and that tit 'tenth mid Willow
Camden Man Staggers Inte Police
Station In Serious Cendltlqn
Herman Jenkins, lweiit)-eiie years
(ild, li'JII Fern stieel, Cmiitb-u, staggered
Inlli lhe Ti nth and llutleuwnnd streets
pnllie sliillen slieitl) after I o'clock
'this meiitlng, and after telling the
Police be had been beatiii mid lobbed
fellfrnm " ,"l:,' "i(n! ,illllipeil.
three deaths )cstcnla in u lnuil.'. cabin i
near Cnp.ills. n point mi the eceun tn
twclilt-llte iiilles nniii neie. me iieml
are Miss D.ust Itolteu i-Ubieen ; .Mrs
('ail .lelu-M.li. ilditt -eight, and Iljal
mar Audeieii, thirl) -iiine. The jui-y
In Id tin. man icpini!ble ter the triple
ti-iiged).
.Iidiu Iter- ii huser. Ii-stille.l Mts.
.Inhi.sen had been inn slug liini tliinu.'li
an illness nml Andersen, ctned with
Jealeiist, iiiti-ied the iilbili, shot Mrs,
.Inlmsni. llnl tle-ii turned mi (be gill,
slashing her with .1 pm ket knife. Ilerg
snld In- ci.iwltil nut nt lilt- cabin into
the brush, fiem when- lie saw Andei Andei
en, falling te find Iiiiii us a fourth tic
lim. llu hti shots into bis own breast
been en-ali .1 w lie
tliglit nf the Sultnii.
net knew he was going.
The Sultan''; jnungest wife, te whom
he was married mil) nine wieks.ngn,
mid who i the twenty-twe-.tenr-edd
daughter of hi" gaidener, became b.ts
teiii'iil when the Sultan's flight was
cniitirmeil, nnd the seven faithful
eunuchs, wiin had in ltd its personal
liedygi.mds tn the Moslem iiib-r for
the Inst tive .tears, gate tbemsidves
up te despair, fearing tin- Sultan bad
been kidnapped lit the Kim.i'itis,
The ntlict ellllllills lllld tin 1. idles nt
the palace, unmix nut nini. wejit (ill
lerlt and -non the whole pniuci
i mumotieu.
The Sultan's depaiture was net
known tn ills household until ! '. Imk
ti'stetd.i) mniuing, when his aide de
i amp eliteied Ills sletpiug chamber.
When he gave the news tint the Sul
i.iu was missing, the palace was searched
'A situation Im
my mind, culls ter definite ,h mi , from top te bntiem ter tlie monarch.
nn the purt of prngicsslves hi 'en- Tin- Turkish Nationalists consider
gress, Tlie pcnple hate given them i that Sultan Mehi.mm. d VI, bj his
liiaudalc tvbicli ciiunnt lie igneted tlight. has surrendered the cuip!i.itc.
"Fur sctcrnl .tears a small number .melding tn Unlet Pahu, KciuiiINi
of prn'ressives iu both parties h,m i;veinnr nf Cniistuiitlneple,
I u iu disagrecineiii with the most im "Aceenlln" I" the MeIimii law." n
pm taut I nlleies of lhne whn bate be, u told the Associated Press, "when tin
for the time In positions ,,f puii) le.nl- Sultan b-iitcs Tuikish s,iij ,n,, ,utt.f
eiship, Although il bus been appueiit I'hrlstiau territnr) in- pl.u e- bini-elf
that the Iii-ehiI alms and puipe-e et ,, mi.-i- Cliii-tl'm protection and tbeieln
the-.- pmgressives were in liniiueii). lhe 'ees the caliphate, ecnsim,. tn retain
till n Staff Ctrr'sveidrnt
New Yerk, Xev. IS. Fermer Pre
mler fjeenres Cleinenceiui. of France,
returning te America after an absence
of mere thnn fifty years, landed nt the
Half cry nt 10 o'clock this morning
rather the worse for n trjlns ordeal of
tee enthusiastic greeting.
The aged statesman was viiWy
nervous as the crowds httrped about
him and every whistle en every beat In
the two rivers shrieked a voeifereu
welcome. Hut lie miliil and tipped
his lint and waved bis hands te the
crowds as he was escorted te hi" au
tomobile te be driven te the elBeiul city
greeting in City Hall.
It bad been a trying morning for n
man of hli years, but he bore the or
deal well, and when uski-d If he felt
invigorated by bis sea trip be snapped:
"I don't need te be invigorated. I am
nlwu.ts invigorated."
Will Visit PlilladMphiit '
Incidental')' it inn be sin' Mvnt thi
"Tiger" will be In Philadelphia en De
cember 11 but It is extremely unlikely
that he will be able te accept the May.
or's invitation for a public reception
Colonel I;. M. Housu Is authority fei
thia statement.
M. Clemenceau was t:ik"n off tin
French liner Paris at quarantine nbeul"
0 o'cletk and went aboard the New
Yerk Committee beat Mncem.
There were many nerve-racking tn
cidents that made the aged man rls
!bly uncertain of his steps and tin
climax came when, just as be wnlkei
around the ftnek of the tug Mmihattat
te beard tlie Macom, the tug's whistli
was opened wide without a moment')
warning, almost in Clemcncenu's ears
He stirt'-d bnck. then with n leek el
jjrim resignation en his face put t
linger iu each t-ur and proceeded.
Tranter te Beat Difficult
The Macom tried te get alongside
I te mnltu the transfer directly, hut
when she get up te the open cargo
pert she was eles,. under the flaring
I hnw of the big liner and the wash et
a passing ship would bate taken the
mast .mt of the committee beat. Se
she dropped .uteri! nnd tlie police tug
Manhattan, which has un masts,
nosed in.
i This iiiude it necessary for the aged
, man te walk a gangplank from the
Purls tn tlie Manhattan and another
I from the Manhattan te the Macom.
lit would hate been no task for a
' ).mnger man, but tlie former Premier
seemed pathetically uncertain en bl
tei-t and bad almost te be cmrlcd across
both narrow and heaving planks.
The blailng nf the band, the shriek
ing nf the whistles, tlie cheering ei
the passeng. rs nn the Purls as lie
passed, tin- tlnlent burst of the Man
hattan s siien almost iu his ear all
these thing- ennfnsed him obviously,
lie looked a. t. tally frightened, until
sale en the deck et the Maculii, seated
in a comfortable chair mid facing the
tnmillar butur) nf cameras and In
lulling report, is he telt himself again
I mid legitllied Ills composure.
On beard tin- Miuem he tan tlsf
I gauntlet nf II score nf ninvie mid news
I tapcis i ami ins and '-.it iu a chair talk
ling ti Aiuli.issiiiler .liisscimui wlillc th.
i news i eel iiimtras ground out hundieib
of feet of hllll tn be lushed tn liievll
house!, throughout tin country.
I Colonel Heuse and Final: ' I. . Polk,
' chairman of the leceptmn committee,
ft hen tin!; (heir gnesl tn a secluded pan
nf the fnrwaid deck and guarded liini
was in -"". ,M iii'iifc'iiM-i ei.'ii iinui uner ine
Macom had uist nff Irem the Purls mid
-t.iltcil ni- ew loll.. Then, utter
a sbeit lest, the "Tiger" (unseated te
be inteit ftte.1. It was then be 'showed
that .teais whl. b had made his hedy
infirm -11111 h.s step, hilling had net
touched Ins keen nnd brilliant mind.
Ceiillniiril nn l'ue Fniir. nlnmn Thre
MAJOR BIDDLE REPORTED
READY TO SETTLE SUIT
necessary elements hut.
( milliiiird un
lint been pies.
un Knur Column i.in
EXPLAINS HARDING'S PIG
STRIKER'S HOME WRECKED Percine Mystery Is Cleared Up by
I Arkansas Weman
Occupants Escape Injury In jSlauch
Chunk Dynamiting
Miim-h Miuiil.. I'm.. Nev. IS.- (My
A. P.I- The linine nf tiinlge Kaineuse.
1. .1 I t. . . ill. Iti" I l' III.IO-"! ..'.Mfcl .S.lllllllll-I-,
)' i!r.iVi"!'l!r.!V.'T,.. i"',',,.ill ,h."-rln Fust Mnmli Chunk, was d)..an.ited
ml
While r-uULyUtcrdtiy after being ad- trtiek n,bu.ni threw., Willlauia against
vlied of tne at-tieii 01 ine Atieruey ine iramewerg ana 'the weapon ex-
tothe
lluln. Wlllnli l..,r ' m mm'1' I VH. Ul ...c ..v..wm w. -.. ,...,, t ,,n- t,.v,,w.H uy -llir iiviiiiuu .
streets be had been held up. The rob-
tiers toeif u..ii) ireu ,ir.s pet-Kets.
' . ..it
ir n
wut,'
. i
! A.. Pt. .AVTaieMUB t k I Htrlke e
.' e?l,i4Tit p.w lT4!.Bert
SK
te tinliit
The' heiiM- was Imill)
none nf the nicupaiits
Mant windows In the
were broken.
Kaineuse, ttlm Is a Central Hall
read of Xetv .leisey shepman, -went e
Htrlke en .Tttly.l, but rctit
time age, 1 r,
Millien. Aili., Nev. IS. () ,,
P. I Detlarutien that 1.0 ui.tstert ' was
eliachid m the arrival of the ll.-ik-
hire pit shipped from Marlen, nt the
White Heuse .testerday, was Hindi- in
Fniiu-i Oiirdiier. aged Negro tunn-iii
,..,i 1 1 .1 living i"'i.r here.
a nlure W',M th.il Preside,,. Hmdlng Wlls
was iniuieii, 'expecting tlie arrival of the pig.
neighborhood ..j.H, i,,,,.,, .oirespeiidin' w,i i,.,..
in ii ti... 1.0.1 .1 ' """
neiii 11. nn- iiiiii in,- cxrircsK agent
here, when she paid M.2S charges en
the animal several dayrage. The pig
wns Intended . for the Pd.iun..
iTbanknglvlng dinner, stt added.
1 viniin nan
man, -went en
irncd te wow
Action by "Phlla. Jack" O'Brien's
Wife May Net Be Tried
The suit et Mis. rieienct- Yerger
Iliigmi. wife ul "Philu.lcliih.u .lad;"
ii'ii 1. ...,.,.. in.; 1
. t.. . .1... ... 1 .. - ,.. ...'.., ..te.iiiini.
.Hit ailtunrut nter . ue .ues.ems M( ,,. A ,, 1 ,.s.,.l- Iti.l.lU- is net likely
M.ihummed sdepiirtuie en the P.ritlsb , ,.,,. up Meiida.t in Couiiueu Pleas
dieadiieiight Malata. in the lac f (-,, s,-0 )s s,.),,.,),,!,,,!,
threatened ttial.fnr lleasnu b.t lhe An- t 1 .iiinrni thnl a settle nt will
m.r.. t internment, tti.s .ninpiired b.t ' i. , ., m m ..,i,rt. or If efforts
Itnt.t Pasha te the tliglit el Dauuui t 1,, !,,,. ni...,. n.iu i,..ti r.. si .1,...
.. ., ,.... 1... ,'...i,,.i. i:...i 'i . ". .-.. : ,.., .uuw
I en. 1 in"" """ iaii-i, 1. nil
tin ntl.er "liiembeiH nf the eii.isitiim
,lie bv their acts were cninprninl-c.'
In tin- e.tes of tin- whole Turkish
nallnti "..,,,
-.ilea Ibitain s leuuitance in t),,.
escape." he added, "is flagrant inter
ference in Tuikey's Internal afTalrs,"
Kafft was much agitated. He spent
...el.il lmills following (he escape iu
f,iinilenll.v telepli.uilng Almein for
Instructions and taking pr.-cautinus
aiiiln-t the flight of lhe luemhcis e
tl,,. Sultan's cabinet nml ether high
personage wanted by the Xiitlenalists.
TVnels.1 eelnmni, - i B,4Jh.9
there will be 1. pusfi nlinient.
Mrs. llii'.-au Is suing Majer lilddle
for LTlOini, ii. riiiibiiis(. h.r for legal
sen ices, priiieinal of which WUH H
reconciliation she mts she brought abetu
between Majir Itlddle nnd his tvlfc.
In bis uiiswer te her bill Majer Diddle
di chars that Mrs. Hugaii was paid for
whatever lejal services slie might hare
iierfenu.il. mid I hat there was no'
domestic difficulties between himself and
bis wife f. r her In Mttle.
Mis. Hiigm. wns the first webbbii
admitted te tlie Philadelphia bar. h
new practices iu New Yerk. Her wit
market the breaking up of a long friend"
ship between 0'Jirin nml Majer JWAi
die. vvl-ii Is n rti'il rrifliir;wrr..
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