OCR Interpretation


Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 25, 1922, Night Extra, Image 1

Image and text provided by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045211/1922-11-25/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

-.TTEi..W
HP 'WkKMwvmFw s?'yFm
rv& vfe
- ! J fc'Jt U" Ai YJVim 1 (
U. -"-.ft.. lf.CTiY?.thTi,,i jf 3 vi '
raiw.'f ;..-? i--fflK-fttfi i iLfe?aj:v ffiB.i
-. '-v.kk - . - w '- v -b r:w ii.-w w.-i t f iwr.tt m ')en "i . m "-r.
7 ffi
IW?
i!'
Y-'jt '-f v -- - -- -'."re v uv-y2
'wt'L'r 'J r. .-""a-"-riwFj u -frrn t , -ifS2FTi vfm Krv r. jryir-. m
. 7" '. J'CXfi'mMjm 1 wtfm tffiW&$'tfK&
rwtKm-W.
-.U .,
-"'-
- -,
c
' . Vi. i.iij . t'
a (Mir Ilr an- """" cum lo le
t witf HwMtay with levmt tenliht
bout 88 w W - j fresh, winds.
imlrKHATlHK AT BACH HPU
rSTlHHHll
fiSTBttt 130 1ST
12 i i -' a i 4
7t7 138 llll
VOL. lX.r-N0. 63.
Cnfuicd a Sftcend-Ci ih Alr attfu Po.lefflc at Philadelphia, Pa.
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1922
Published Dally i:.lt Sunday. Hiitiwrlpllnri Trim fil a. Year by Mall.
Cepyrl-lit? 1U22, by l'ubllc Ledger Company.
prick; TWO CENTS' rf
..n n i u -,. ui Aiarcn e. ibiv
lV.UI
7vJT'ij: 'x
- W BHP F - Mr.M -, . . - m VHrBHl H H'
W V j V
iriiitiinn iHithlt
?-" J
' '.
MU w m- -" v-m ' IV ?'' WW
. I
l-l r
THRONES CER
M M NAVY
IS GMIE STMTS
.$2,000 Rear Greetings te Uncle
f tm' Stalwarts at Annual
Football Battle
Rather clear and
' cold for biq contest
Streng Wind May Bether Kick
ersMiddies Depend en
Speed and Strategy
BOB FOLWELL IS SILENT
High Officials of State and Na Na
teon Attend Twenty-fifth
Struggle
Army . ,.
Mulllgun 3) .
Brtlditer (1)
Navy
, .. (9) Parr
. (1!)) Belles
(17) Carney
..left end.
.left tackle,
.left guard.
OarblSch (5) ..renter.. (15) Mathewn
Firwlck (4) .rlRht guard. (33) Wlnkjer
(toedmon (3) .right tackle. . (55) Clyde
While (7) ...right end... (21) Tayler
Bmythe U4 .quartcrbuck. (6) Conrey
Tlmb'rtake (15) left halfback (1) McKcei
Deda (19) .rigni nairnacK. .t; v.uiien
Weed (!') ...fullback. .. (7) tiarcliet
V Weight averages: xinc, Army, ibs ;
Nav)'! l2i team, Army, 183 ' Navy,
179.
Official Tteferee, Tem Thorp. Co
lumbia, rmplre, A. C. Tyler. Prince
ten. Held judge. W. rt. OkcKOn. t.e-
high. Head linesman, II. W. KerMburg, t
llarvard.
Time of periods 15 minuter. '
By STONKV MrLINN
Clear iklev, a ttreng wind and i
thrwiR of r&OOO greeleij I he Army nnd
Nary when the MnlwnrlH of fuele Sum I
trolled out en Imp white-lined gridiron '
of Franklin Field for tl.r twcui.i.!
fifth football kIi-iikrIp this iiftomeon. I
A rwr runii rolling iirrntm the
ktmlium from the south fide (is tlic
Miililles". led hj Ciiplnin Conrey, rnnn
out of the R.imnithiiim. Tlie Mlilijicv, '
iMiarhTeil in I lie Noi-tietiN tluit nsiiullj
Iieiiv IVntmyhimia Ktiii-nt. iehc t'ei
llifir Iwt uml I'heert for Hip N-A-V-Y
ipseiuhIpiI for niutircH about Wp.-t
I'liiliiili'lphin.
A few lullilitrn liilnr thp PniletH fnl.
Ned Cuplttln lireldater in ti hprint i
from the north rltd of the Lnmnnuinm I
timd It f Ihe Atuu'h turn tl pncmii-
.' ill. ..in, fciwiii (U tU 11 ! 1 Olllf
liiiMirlc i
))'M' ,5.1."..w '" '' " '" crowd. ,
"We will," niiKwer Hip WVnt Point
rintbnll wurrinrfi, brimful of centldencp
.'lul the rvMiiulinii te prccnt tln mid-I
'lirj from nmkin it four Mrnlght ic- i
"Wiitt till Hie gnmc is epr." comes
from Hm Aniinpelis hnldlec "We're
Iit le liwlit : net tnlk." I
Ami I there iti have he st.irv.
the Ann. with the bulk inn) the
Irawn, the heiirl te de or die. nivl
record which shows net one defenl,
v Tlc,nrv, ,:,.,,' KniiwiM uml lies with .
Ule ind Notre Diiiiip. is confident ; '
lierhuiis net overcenlident, but pe- '
wened of the venjiiroseiiip spirit Hint
i round in men who haw wlmt is n
sarileil ns Hip bcht uuimuiiitien and i
KIIOW It, ,
Niny Men Net neastlng
The Nnvy. n!ii:!!v ;ia .... .. i. .
(tclerinliu.,1 t,. ,1,.),,' . .u. t ..." l"" ,
it. llHIiinl te le L.illV.iiT : : ,J""'
bra Ip I ' I . H,,i ,; x.'ini"U r,,PK0
ZS '. "'"'"w ,'huf they are out-
eiRliei tedni ; that they wrrP ,ip.
f'nteil h PennsAluiiiin en i.i
HM'I three
weeks uge. The feel H t"
ne i.ve ueth nK le bas about save
e . V nB. Ul,l,'i' ' " ''"'itage
e the,,, freai AnnapeilM (,., that
w f"'8ln "'is same gridiron battle
in i j eurs, gene h, semetimiH with the
oil; , even K,,ter en Hi d,. of West
Wli
will win? TIip question
heard
i nil tlie hotels this morning as
i'k possessors of tickets gathered
far and near te exchange creel-
tlie liii
frmn i
n . .V ",,r 0''hangP grPPt
-. ... i uieii nun tieceuie units in
the ,i,m,ss ,ward Pranklln ',.I
Man) answered It with iiii.iip-il It
ln fuel Hun lt.r,.. tee. the h ilk of lh..
ceniilenee was with llu- Ar (Vld
I 'M'jInJIreldster'sseldiPVnng
IheuKh there were net mnny AnV
" .is ut even n.ee.v. T re Is f,
urtM esisth.g among I'. e . .Sam's
' Point and Annapolis g a,hn
SHIII,' nt in ds. A true Vrine ,. v
man wmiid i J....; ' , .A,"V f" V'vy
Ids team : ".' '"V "?" tluit
''-l( ,,.s 0 t, ... ,,,
hud te
buttle
-. ... ,... HIIIIUUl
ridlien
II it'll eniiiuls te Attend
II,- a HVN,'5t is COIOI'
geld lillii.l ....
n " ' ' oiiuerms aiti siini'i..
...,- in i eis
, - - .... ui.
es
lllUtL'll
belw if. " .'."" i.l'U
cam
,, niieu Of
L'iil'Ic
Lrlv ., .''." .""'"S "ll
fll liimL
v. ."" ""uiirais
(luttll t.k ...
t";.j iiieiner s
W'leim..,! , ,i,
son who lieienBh or jllw
i . nwu-
! '"ii'i
liaiUCH ii one, it.
uml Hud very few
MnJ!!! ..vrriii
win
"WH that tl ""'"I"'"' ler leu ,veai.s
.nit tlm Aniiy-Niivy game Is
"""- 'e Tent. luluam SU I
vvMDHLL CULIrSkS F RE
Yeu
ngsters Let Blaze at Ln m,.
cy Estate Destroy Flower Beds
I Mr. Ul!,,.i,.u.!:,wl1 "". "", ,,s,,""i "f
&', " " '' I ".Mm "edav
" P1 out only after it ha desl vid
'' "rei.r shn.l.s.. iiwinv ,i rhiid.Hlf.ii.
I'cds. lint iJfin'e' i ' ,,, ! i'1' .
",'"'' i mm ii nn
'II... .!
' ilm ..la i "i ul"'1! M,m" H""H ')
ll..il- 1. " !S'll"IHOU Willi
were cooking
I ;.'' ' n the
grounds became se
:" uu in
,',-'"'"l Ilia for this binduv f'l" -'"' l"'1" "" V-W Ww gift of cer-
ri;ei i.H.Jnl Washington and .ehci.H "'' l'1""" "m r "m '''ll"''"tt. It
1 'Httileliiliiu. And 1.' ..". .."T'1"1 Is f,. the .enter of the I lav ci ford shU i
i in...... - i Here it line siitn lieriiiniieiii irriiiie-
i ip ti ,.r I.....T"" """ run uewii -.;.! ... .... i . . i. ... :.
-r
BROAD STREET ON ARMY-NAVY DAY
: r7,yfr f '" t " yMBrv ' wrm" t flMHBHHBMMtft
lPm " XPC ''-; PB9
PJ jk JKV- HK 'V9iV
K'rli :';-MB'';BsliBBVvtlH
KaI' I - -v m Jillrri
Hf 'Wi BBk
aPHssw1lf " 4'Hh
fflii 4 'p
'"; ' i 'M.; ' Ji .
"' '. - Km -- "- (C3M
JP' P'''3;' ''PH
bkkbbby7'L1HMb1bkJ ''' 1 Bi
?" ' EkMBB , ..'';''!
P B " ' im'yWm " ' J sHHSisssssssssssssssssssssssss
:H A 'b VH
kVL'H "'yp '- "a "V" :-'5 ' ilB!liHHi
BBBm.' ' A',M: v ,t - i,;w' '" ftr'fBBBBBHBVrSB9lSMiBSSSB5S0KB9'SSSSSSSSSSl
,; ., M mm- "ivjnHHBuKJHErWMsiBBBiH
9IRH 'ijr3IMPHJHC rJRepn
HPRUPC!BBRiOg4IsVB9p
UllHiBBBBW BHeSnlHv 'WPikBBPSHfiaMileCSilBWV,'lr 'tP 'HiS.-4MMKf"
BHI pP9.!' ;- :aB1PfeBWnIK!PSS!HvBVBK' T- Tin
l fiiGf lkliPa
liHi vJlr? 7:BP7M-CM' .f- lBi 'r , Jr ' v7sL BMSH
Lr"T -ii?KiT; '" ,-t " V 'jbMB
IrV ''r' L. ,,,:Krl' I,. . wk;, i""
Hr ;- -sK V sSLV.FVIaH-i'r i X'-''IH ; .:,-Ki
iv ''iK,tJvVb
,! ?ii'. - ,s,.-,-"-.i PN ejLv HL - HH"
Hb jMHlMHBi4 Hs9lEliiHB
HHIKi:'' :flHiHIF:l
phsv v',AAip!ri l
VHs3H " ' 4dHEK-w i
HHRv -'-'" iRBI-BPBl
HBi-':i.; v BNf " iiEKJ
ttiH ; ' ;:- ;:''PVK? vV9 :: F'HE
Hiellwuiikfl-KF vj'v"1
HIIL JiHlrA -'BvvH
KC3Hnwnfld
Beauty and brawn, fur coats and flewrrn. Army gray and Navy blue, made Seuth Bread street a kaleidoscope of
color today before Hie. sen Ice game at Franklin Field
Penn Only Team te
Beat Navy This Year
The Niivnl Apndeniy gridiron
wnrrlers hnvc suffered but one de
feat this jear. lesinc le IVnn 13 te
7. They handed INmiii State a 14
te 0 nucjse mid hnvc scored 107
points against 'JO for their oppon
ents. The season record of the Mid
dies fellows :
Nnvy 7. Western Hesprvp 0.
Nnvy 14, lluckncll 7.
Xnvj J.", tieergia Tech 0.
Nny 7. IVnn l.'l.
Nnvy 1 J, IVnn Statu 0.
Navy ,'. St. Ntivler 0.
Totals, Nnv. 1(17 oiipeuenis -0.
IN BIG BATTLE
Swarthmore and
MaverfOrd
Stage Thirty-first Football '
Combat en Main Line ,
FAIR FANS SEE STRUGGLE
lliiverfenl
(11 ) AlontKe'iierv .
(tM Helllimsliead
(l.'l) .tiiiief . . . L
(If.) .Miller
SiVarllinieic
, ..lacUsen ( 3)
Willis CD
i:
T
! ... Liiuuerii)
.f'einell. I'aiil. (1)
(10) lMlllllin't
(7) .streiiK. . . .
(M Kheades..
(4) Wllliur
(2) Allen.. ..
It i. .Miecinnkcr nil
. . It. T. ..I.. Wilcox tf.)
. It. K Koru (17)
. O. . . Sllllleder (S) '
L. II H...N. WlKex (12)
K. II. U. . .Kuapp H4)
Ci) Itacuii. .
tl Blown. C.ipt...K. H...,splimdl. (1.1),
WVIbIu iterate: Lin. Swarthmore.
IT": tin et ford. I'M'. U.icklleld--
Swiirthii.ere. 77: lliiverfenl, 17". Team
-Swat t'mieie. ITS'1;: tfuerferd. 1
Silbstltutea: llaxerfeid Hille C).
Slr-wbrMBP ). Sussanian ism. I.eni-
baidl (li). Comfeit ill). White tlfit,
l..,nl (17). Kumm !!'. HufClle (in),
uiu.i- Cli. Nuck (22). Lewis ii:n.
,"K,H '"-'i'- Vj'v.. r'5)' s!"tt1',l '-';1
(210. Swarthmore- Theeiuiu it) Leng
I!'). It.Ulh I tin. Detleirr III). Courl Ceurl
i.. M.". Heward (lti). LiinliurkM- (H'l,
KNtler C.'O), Swope Ci'2), Sc.vmeur -7).
Timu of pel teds Klftieii uiluutes.
TIhp nncleiit rivaN, Swnnlimere and
lliiverfenl, staged their Hiirtj-lirst
i .nil ri '. i ii'iiiiui ii i .- i i lim'i i irwu
jiidlieti bi
ford
.... . .
battle tills afteriioeu at Haver-
With lindilieiis extending buck into
the dim pnsi Hie rlviilr.v between thee
(Junker Colleges is just us Intense us
between uny members of il
Three."
Ne matter hew dl-iistiuus the season
niny have been up te their aiiiiunl meet
ing", both tiunis piemptly forget tlie
lnsl ii'id pill up a slam-bang battle
agniis ciieh ether.
Ker tlie last decade or mete Swartli
mine luis Ii ii I Ihe edge, but Haver
ford has tuning iartliiig sin prise-, two
or llitee times iid is ever liepeful of
lining it iigain.
I'a miliar Faces
Tlie llneiigs at tills game are al
most the same, season after season,
with the exieptieii, of ceiir-e, Hint the
uinlergi ailiiule clieeriirt section cliunges
friiin jcur te j ear. But tlie same "
grads" and their families are peien
uial. Walten l-'ield. h,v the waj. the home
viiiiiiids of the Scai lei it in! Black Unv
ei ford clan, is peciillarlv iilctiiresque.
i'erihed en a lilllc plateau le the
south of Hie isillege proper, it has no
high fences around il, no teweilug
stand''.
There s one small pcriiiuiicnt grand-
( entlniinl nn I'ukp Turiili. Column rtirrr
JOHN WANAMAKERIN BED
Merchant, Suffering Frem Heavy
, Celd, Is Improving, Physicians Say
' 1.1... It'... ii, Inn lu In I.... I ... 1.1.
Jehn Waiiauiuker Is In bed nt his
home. 2IKI2 Walnut stnet, with a
1 heavy cold, it was stated this morning.
A bulletin or ins ciimiiiinn Issued
nt lOs'Ml o'clock stated:
will.'., i.eavy cold, hfil h no. in anv .
I'""-'''" lumii'dliit. danger. As alwa.vs
I"' " ttl"' I""1"!"" ' ',' s '"'" "''r
" Iluctuatleiis In lis .ondl.ien which.
.. r(, ei alai'iiilng. He has,
Mr. vvaniiiiuiher is cnuuiicu te tieil
Oil till' Willie, lic.-li in....... i.i'Hiens
III Hie past few dii)s and is lesting
loinferlabl.v."
.. ..,...,.. 11. .I ,i. .... .......
iui VIII! WANT
taut
THKRR ARR
Bltnty of ilhrin
ailVAPtlM
dvorilaeil. In tin
.- Hl
Wanted
telumnk today en pan is -tctv.
QUAKER COLLEGES
GRAY "POINTERS"
SWING INTO CITY
AHEAD OF MIDDIES
Cadet Battalion Charges Res
taurants Before Assembling
for Stadium Battle
"IGHTING SLOGANS ADORN
FUTURE ADMIRALS' TRAIN
We.st I'eint cadets and Annapolis
miilshipmeii. future bretlierH in anus
i luit today fricmllj ciicniies. arrived in
ecia1 trains for the Jlaltle of I'rankliii
. V leld.
"' nij-iiiited fulure soldier i nine
in nine special train-. Hip It ret nncli-
nig Diniiu mi'cci t-i ii nun m 1 1 :", icu
Illllllllt'S lli'lMIMI SCIICIIIMI. .'1IIII IOC - I OIIO
at 1 1 i.iii. twiiil n. mules lielilml run
llillg tune. Auetlier special Meatlie
into the Seuth street jitrd". '
Tl.'" '".:) !'''' ,'""',,.".."f . WMU?
reiicneii ii i"pi I iiiineeipiiia mhiiiim hi
l-illtt mid at l:lll another prcinl
steamed Inte the K.illiuierc and Ohie
Millien, Twcnl.i -fourth and t'liestiml
streets, fnllewcd ten uiiiiulcx hllir In
a third ilelacliiiienl at Ihe Wc-I I'liiln
ilelplilii Millien of Hip I'cnns.vhauia
Itailrend.
("tewds were wailing ut llrend Street
Station for Hie arrhal of the "Point
ers." Ily the lime Hip lii'M. train
steamed up te the platform the lnead
""""""" ,'" "" T"."i "N '""".""
' people- proud lathers, beaming
mothers, breathlees sweethentts and
jllst pl.illi friend
I As the I in In rolled in ihe ci-ew'd
iiiuiIp a dash for Ihe gates and hundreds I
bee through befeie the guai-ils i eiild
stiqi them or push them lurk. The
cadets swung off the (rain liki siliool silieol silioel
Ihijs set free for an aflei noun's lieli- .
da.v., '
1 liseipline was su.peniled when the'
slatien vvas leached, and the tadets
were at liberty until I e'clm k, when
they were under orders te assemble ii: i
Hie quadrangle ut Hie I'niM'i -ii.v of.,
Pennsylvania te march te rrauklin ,
'
Frontal Attack en Itestaurant i
As the gia.v-evt '.iml soldiers i
chcarged down the pliiifnim and ihieiigli
Hip gates there vveie liuiidieds e bliss-
fill reunions, with metheis hangingjilieiit
lliell i.erl.a im.l f l I wl.i iihiih, tli.mi
'"K'eli the back, or swcethcaits kitting tliem
before ever) body.
After the men had ili'iialued tlieic
was a scramble (r luuelieeii. Ii was
ever.v man for himself, and siiiic Inni
dltliciilty timling scats in nenrb.v res
taurants. Bread Strcei Siaiien res
tn ii t ii ut was seen crewiliil lie.veml ca
pacity and everj dining room neiiili)
wns jummeil with cadets ami tlieir
frieniN, I
The West Point Baml. willi its in-,
slriiments, detruiiied l.isi fieiii the lii-st
section, but did net iln.. reserving
its efforts for tlie afti riioeii. Majer
S. B. Buckmaii wns in i barge of the
lirst section; Majer I' Kemble of the
bund, and Majer II. N I'aufeiii, com
mandant of Hip corps of cailels, in yen
eral cliare of the haiialinu.
The cadets as they b ft tlic train were
smiling in happ) anticipation of the
giune, and ceutideni ns iiMts outieme.
These vvlie stepped le talk predicted
CeiitliiucJ en I'iiki- Iwu (1111111111 Tu
ERWIN BERGDOLL IN
NEW FREEDOM FIGHT
Seeks
Release In Kansas City en
Habeas Corpus Writ
1' IM In It, .re. lull COIIViCtCll lll'.ll'l
evader, renew nl Ids ilve-vear liulit I'm
freedom In the 1 niied Mates federal
Court in Kaiisa Cnv teiln.v. His
eiiusel nsked .ImL'e Pollock le elder
lll n leilse en u will el habeas corpus,
Lnisim; his upptal 11 Hie claim tluil the
"eons 'rlpt Ien in 1 wns new void." It
liidge Po'leck iiilis f.ivetalilv te Hem Hem
dell, the gates will I"' open for Hie te-
..in 11, ui,- 1 iiii'-i - - '.- 1
. II. .....I. ,11 I.U iml ier. 11 Iiil' I i-e
- . ..-.i.-'ii. .11- , ...r......
ill'.lll UiHlger llnw in iieiiiiauv
I'.rwin lleigilell. lllleiuil
his at-
Wiiim.v- I1.1t ,.iveihiil his 111 . V lulls stalnl
'".-. - . - - 1 1 -'
iiguiusi the dt.itt ndiiiitting its
valldli) in litis Iml claiming Hint t!mi
the war has clesi d and the dralt act.
s no longer elVci'live, JiiIn net's held
under Un previsions can no longer be
it strained of their liberty.
llergdell was tint nreugnt from
Leavenworth PeiiitenUiiry for the hear-1
injr;" ' r
'
2000 ORPHANS IN PERIL
IN RELIEF SHIP CRASH
Panic Among Children, but Ne Lives
Are Lest
Constantinople, Nev. '.". (II A. P.)
Twe thousand I liristimi orphans mid
two American relief workers were Im
periled Hiis morning when the steam
ship llplgriivlati. eliurtcreil b tie Near
Knsl Itellef, collided with the trims
Atlantic liner New eik at Ihe western
entrance of the Ho-perus this morn
ing. Allied ship, dipatclieil hnrrii-dl.v te
Hip scene, reported tliut mini of the
children had been ialiifiill injured,
but that no llc were lest. Iloclers
mid nurses were henl from the Near
KiiM lieadiimrters here le iiltPlid the
iniiircil. The New Yerk carried no
piij-kciiuprs.
Iteperts recpitcd here dei'lare pnnic
rciuncd among the cliildreit after Hie
Impart which tore awn.s Ihe brliluc n ml
ferenuist of l lie IliOgrntiuu, smiislied
tlic lifeboat and IhiciiciI seten of the
wsscl's nlalcs. The hteauiprV wil'P-
less iiiiaialtls also was pill out of coin-
jM(,M
',
uncriiiin relief werKcrs aoenrd
,(
Kelgrax inn arc I 'mi I Hells, Tewiiii-
idn. I'a.. uml Miss i:iiubcth Murlcsn.
' 'of llmtferd. Conn.
TENANT FIGHTS FIRE AS
.ONE-MAN DEPARTMENT!
Discovers Blaze, Gives Alarm,
Drives Truck and Checks Flames
ltiissel Surlier, after disievering a
tire h. the kitchen of his iniartliii'lit at
Broekllue boulevard and Darb.v mini
at II :.' o'clock last ulglit. sent in tin-1
alarm and ran te the l.lanercli lire
house, drove Hie lire liui'l, te his home
and fought the flntiii" with a chemical
I'Ose until Iiip volunteer lu'e-iightcis ar
rived. While fighting tlie lire fiem a twenty-live-feel
ladder in rear of I Iip house,
W. M. Carlies. 21 Hi Vine beule-
.'i,-il. was Kneclveil te tl
struck with n stieam
I,.. 1 !. iiink-ii ! liii.i
' gieiiuil when
f unler fiiiin .
lie was taken:
i I. is iieuip suffering with cuts nud
in ill - i
Him age le tlie apartment was estl-
mated at SttMMl. Saibei nducts drug
store mi the first of Hip building.
,, c DDICftMCD PAPUCn I
U. O. rKldUIMtn UAUnCU
SO GUARD CAN SEE GAME
Denver Federal Marshal Adept in
Cemblning Business and Pleasure
" . ,, .. . ... ,, ,
.ii....... -......k. ,i ii r.irii i i. ill',! ...
I OH II l-'l'i' "
Denver. Cel., proud fat her et n West
I'eint cadet . I a pn-i master of Hip
ail et milling iiiisiii.ss mi pieus-M;,,,,K
un'. , .
BtiiTis arrived here last night from
the West with a prisoner, William
Leftiis. of I leaver, wanted hi .lack-
senvllle. Kla., en a charge of using
tin mulls te defruilil.
"Tills ii. what I'm up ag'lllist," tlie
Mni'slial told l.leulciianl Coegau nl ih -
lectivi hciidiiuarters. "I'm bringing
ibis man te .iacieiiviiie. inn want
want
te j.'e Hip Al'Ul.v -.miv) game.
"Mv son is a s nd-.vear man ut
West 'Point and lie I I" town new, I
want te see him and then go out te
r'tniikltu 1'iclil uml net my head off
for the Arii. Can I leave mfv prisoner
here for a while?"
Coogan said I.efnis could be kept in
Ihe Ceiitial Station cellroem.
i
"Any object Rin te sta.ving ever hei-n
for a da?" the marshal m-kpil his pris
oner. I
"Net u bit." I .of tits tiild. "(Je ejit i
ami enje) .veui'sclf, 1 Iieip the Armv !
wins,
l.eliiis was escettcil te a cell and
1 1,., mnltlitil left ('In Hull I..
huiue';.1':. ! "ireniiy .'..rV,,., i,e'i, 1,1".;;' 1
ncx ii pastehenid f.r the gnu.,..
PROF. TIERNAN REMARRIES
..
Paternity Case Principal Reweds
Twe Days After Obtaining Divorce
-. . ... ..
in irrieii leiia) ii) .111 -lice
Kemp, at Crown I'eint, lad.
jlevvaru!
J he pre. '
H-S-..I. win. mie .11. in. hi "II I IIIII'Mlay
limn ins n lie. ..lis, .iiim.tin iieruaii.
in no ii'iii hi nn- 1 ici nun-1 0111111 pater. 1
I.:.. . t: I. Il I i'i " ' '
en.. iir-,- 111 ii.iiiti , .inn, u,e nl
I.I.I...U.. Tl,.. I..-I.I.. ....... I '"'
lllfe
lis mill) -two. 1 lie urine gave ii(.r ,...
-' V ' " - iii-r li.
as
in. .mi. .Leu-
After the iniirriiige lerciuen.v the
.in-. . in ..1... . .,- . i-,i-iiniii -mi
,.U,,, left f row n Point immediiitelv
vvillnul uiciitleiiiiig thcli desiluaHeu '
II111 sill, liiu-. Nev. 2"i. 1 Hv A. p.i
Itlaticlie Briiiiiuer, who married Prof,
Jehn P. Tiirnan, of Nene Dame fame'
Is the daughter of the Itcv. and l..'
Chillies 11. Haw 11. Mr, Ilawn is a
Methodist rlerg) man liere. ' ' '
. - r
iiiiinineuti, inii.. .ev. -.1. -iitv A. Memn V. inen t, ,.,.,. n s ,11M
P.I - Pret Jehn P. li'rnaii. of Seuth, there ami the hoi,e s still occupied bv
Bend. Ind., aiul Mis. Blamlie). Biim. ,i, metliei, who I, eight) three vein's
ll.er, ill llaiisell, Iowa, a willow'. Wei'ei..l,l
Billy Sunday Gives
Turkey te Harding
Heed River, Ore., Nev. V.3. (By
A. !.) 1'realdent Hnrdlng will
hnvc nn Oregon turkey for hln
Tlipiiksglvlng dinner, a twenty-two
pound Tem, grown en Hip country
place of the He v. William A.
(Hilly) Sunday. The bird 1m.h been
expreHsed te the White Iioiihe.
A twenty-one pound bird went
te Geerge II, Christian, (secretary
te the l'rcsldent.
OIL MAN HELD AS
Frank O. Bennett Under $3000
Bail for Injuring Willow
Greve Couple
FAILED TO GIVE AID, CHARGE
Frank O. Kennett, oil man. with
offices in Hie Wldener lliilliling ana
tin npartmnit at tlie Merieu f'rickpt
Club, was held under .$:00 liuil by
Magistrate Williams at Abingteu late
last night, clutrged wltii having driven
an automobile while drunk. It is charg
ed also he failed te render aid te In
jured pci'Mius whom he hit, and with
llggrauitcil nssiult and batter.x.
Bennett. It was testified, while driv
ing tiear Willow (ireve en AilKiit U4
last run down Mr. and Mrs. William
Penr-jen, of Willow roe. Mrs. Pear
sons' lett ear and her nose were tern
off, her left eje tern out. and she re
ceived ether Injuries. Pearson was in
jured internally.
It Is charged that Bennett did net
slop his car. The injured persons were
taken te the Mnngten Hospital by an
ambulance an hour Inter.
Mete!, persons tcMilicd nl Hie hear
ing. Pear-mi and his wife Identified
Bennett and Hip car. It was declared
the automobile was found after the ac
cident la the lumuew in the spceihI
fleer el a barn en tlic grounds of lliPi
Merieu Cricket Club, covered with
straw. Tlie left lump and mud-guard i
hail lieen dnmnged. II wns testined.
In demamliii': liciiv.v bail. Hie aftor after
ne.i fur .Mrs. Pearson chiirnctcri.cd the
conduct of Itenneit "as anything but
decent aii.vthiug oilier Hiaii what one
would expect from a real num. lie tan
awa) because he knew In- wns guilt.i .
ami his action in hiding Ihe machine
within tweut) -four hours afterward
eiupiiasi.cii inni iip Miew lie was i
gulllj." ... !
Henry t. I'ev. of Norrislewn. rep I
resenting lleutiett, protested agititi'-t the
amount of Imil demandeil.
"Wh.v, lliej don't ask that anieiiul in
a ca-e in whii'li murder is charged," he'
lisserteil. ,
The milj teplj of the nnigislriitc was
"Hip ImiII stand"- consider ,eurselfi
Itick.v it is net higher." 1
Bennett made no defense, supplied Ills
bail ut.d left with hLs atterne..
FUGITIVES IN AUTO
FIGHT POLICEMAN
One Believed te Have Been Wounded
by Officer's Bullet
'I luce men fleeing in in-, , titoinebile
from a house at IL"I West Master
street earl.v this morning engaged in
a running pistol tight with Patrolman
Wnl
of the l.ighlli and Jeffersen
streets station. One of them 3 be
lieved te have been wounded.
Screams of Kvu Conners, an occupant '
of the house, were heard by the patrol- '
mini, who was at Master and Marviue'
stneis. Up ran toward the house. I
Seeing Hip men have hurriedly and
i tump into an auioaienne. vvai. (Heugh I
llie.v
tliev
were reliliers and opened tire when
tefused te eIipv his order te bteil.
I h' replied with a velle.v of bullets.
"' " ,,0"T " "!7 ,"'"" l"' "''' bad
(been guests, but had become mi dlser-
, du-lv that MKs Conners hecainij fright-
'"'.,1 l,1"1 s'''camid
''"' ""'" M(' '"'J . '"ie man
was .icu le lunge terward in his teat us
tlmiuli hit by a liullet. I li'eiip.ints of
tin Matter street house (-aid thi'i did
nei knew the men.
GREEK CABINET QUITS
Political Situation at Athens
Very Complicated
Is
Mheiis. .. '-. ill A. P.) T
,-,,1,1,1 lias resigned. The pelill-
cal s ' ii.-il inn is eMretnel) nplic.iii-ij.
, - . ,iiarv authorities an taking
nM ,,, .unpromising attitude regarding
,',,. teruier Ministers who aie un trial
eliaigid with neaseii.
Miicp tin deft ill el the decks ,v t'.e
j Turks iliue lias been ineie or lest'di.
! ti n.-mn n Un , with the Itepubliiau
i ami Meiuuciutis teeKiug sii,iein,iev
i ami Meiiiuchits
I The llevollllletial) (euilillltee. which
has luen In i lia i gp of the tittniiieii
tun. tia ovirtluevv of Kim; Ciinstaii-
line ii.is iiiiui witn a strong hand.
Tin
in present Cabinet was formed Sep.
liii "in with Aleainlcr .aliuis aw
liner
telilli
Premier
ADMIRAL VISITS MOTHER
Head of Annapolis Manages Short
Chat With Her Before Game
.VIM I..I lieill) Ii. VV lsen, , ,,,1.
'maii.liini el the .Naval Acadi m.v at An-
I.I 1'i'n ,, .in unn,. iiiiui Kruilll 111
."""" ,,,"III,,rr nT"1 , "u,y ,",(, "I"1
(i..v. inni. nt ellid al, sherll) niter tench-
i the Htv mill sielil u il el the
. .. 1 . 1 1 e
liieniiiig witn 111, metiier, .Mr-. .Mar)
A. W Isnii. 111 her home In Camden.
Be.inliiig the siiiivvu), tlie adiulial
w"1 '" ll"' "ln-t inn stieet feirlts nud
, alli't i ng iiiiiini 111 1 aiuileii, innK
mm In (lie rninilv liniini nl fll-.
.1 1 - . t.i ..ii.
"Meth, r mil I li.-nl ipilte a iea,iiut
eliut." he said afltr leavlmr. "inni I
',,(,, , , vetV llllli
I never uiiss an
.,.,.., innm In
oppeltillillv te see her I Ills time I
,.;. .
oil!)
1 te tall. Willi her
for about
MVCIII) .''.."'"'. eeciint,. ,11
I... ii... Iiillillte, Inn, ... nn I
Illllllis 1 ll H in
,l,i..w ,n I'M iiieuiii ,,
.,,... , i.i,ii.i..i,,i,i,. i
' -- : 1 11. .11
willi looking after out Nuv)
rooters.
Nnvy Luncheon at Bellevue
Admnl Niilteu, cemuitiiiduut of the
Philadelphia Nin.v anl. guve a lunch
run at 'I"' llellevue-Slratferil ut neon
In lioiiet of Secretin) Denb), Assist
ant Secretin-) Itoesevelt ami Admiral
Hims. There were about fifty dU
thtguished guesta.
DRUNKEN
DIVER
WOMEN CONDEMN
EXTRAVAGANCE OF
ART MUSEUM PLAN
Declare Better Schools, Better
Care of Peer, Come Before
$8,500,000 Palace
FINAL COST IS MYSTERY,
SAYS COUNCILMAN HORN
Mrs. Geerge Dunning Believes
"a Few Fewer Millions'
Will Be Enough
The women are interested keenly in
the "budget" fr Hte Art Museum.
They want le knew hew that re
quested extra S."VI(),f)00 will be spent,
and they want te knew just what has
been done with Hie f.'i.OOO.OOO already
cspended.
While tliej wiint the Art Museum,
and applaud its purpose and are heart
ily for the undertaking en a reasonable
scale, they are Htutmed te learn that
a project wln.-e cost erlginallv was es
timated at .:i.:MK.(K)(l should new tench
a sum of Sy.-,i MUiim. witli the possi
bility of going be.veiid that figure.
Mrs. (ienrgp I tunning belleies Hint
"a few fewer millions" would Iip suffi
cient te provide for a suitable Art
Museum.
"It isn't that I don't believe art is
important," -lie stressed, "but it seems
le me there are many mere urgent
programs- en which the. excess million
could be spent. IMuealiennl work, for
Instance."
Mrs. Waller M, New kirk, a member
f'niillniiril nn I'uce Fuur. teliimn Twe
LAST-MINUTE NEWS
SOCCER
Coheckdnk 0 22
GIRLS' FIELD
3 30
Shipley .
CHINESE PREMIER AND CABINET RESIGNS
PEKING. Nev. 25. Ptemicr W.uig Chung Hui tesigned to
day. The resignation of tht tntitu cabiuct have been i tht
Iiaud.4 oil Prtuclent Li Yuan-Hu:i aim e the aircbt n week age of
Le Wen-Kan, Finance Ullm-i'.ci. en the thaigt of accexsting a
neiseuitl comrals&ien in connection with the negotiation et a yit
war lean with Austrian rtn'l Guiuau cnuituiists.
LATEST RACING RESULTS
E0WTE Fn-s Yi Speit
S3 DO. S3, fi.ceud: Advuituies..
Turn-lent BelpJu-izenia, Hillheuie. Du&tei Btlk jf Blue Bi(!)r
S(ht"rf-.Blup China. 2ms Ln-sie nnrl Racket nlte ran
PLUNKETT TO COMMAND BROOKLYN NAVY YARD
XT.W YORK, Nev. 23. Rear Admnnl Chailbs P Pluukett
en Met.Jay will asbuine cemnutud et thu Brooklyn -Navj- Yiu,
relieving Knu Admiul Cntl T. Tegely.'.snng. he leaves en
Decemb'. 7 ter "giazil a head et tin Amencau unvul luisaiea
which ' 'i'I; :t'-ic.!in,.ie 'In. Btnzillan nny, Tt wa auaumiced
WARBURTON SHIFTS
ATTACKONWELFARE
Blames High Cost of State In
stitutions en Delays in
Payments
ENJOYS SPROUL CRITICISM
The greater cost ,,f 1
Slate institutions uudi 1 1
piirtmeiit of Welfaie. M 1
11. Warburton, liirect.u
Welfaie, n-serted tednv.
ilel.l), in pajmeut of S1.1i1
1 -i ivnina
M lie I ie-
liiielav
I l'ubllc
, 11 le
i. 1n1.pt la-
s.ini.
tlllll".
That was what he iin-a it
when in a statement ;iti,i.l
Slate welfare ailmliiistr,iteii In
,os ,s.i(itt,iHiii mere than uudu
thu
i It
old
svstim et weltate control.
Miiier Wiiibuiten app.n.iiil u-
le.veil the thrusts ll 111.' at him vistet
da) b) lioveinef Spriiiil, wlie I f m I. 1
Ihe Stale Welfare llepiirtineni and
pointed out Hint it costs uppt'ewiii.iiclv
Sl.'tl.HllO for two .veurs. The Cit
Welfare I'lleiter leferrcd te tle nov
el nor un William in his replv wlinb
lollewt .
"William ami
let man) .vears.
whom I have the
ami tetpeet and
I hi
lave been turlii
He Is a man lm
greatest .nliiiiiiilieii
lobedy eiije.ved his
I'nnllinii-il en
ttte Thre. CaTiiiini lutir
Dflluln tlie
family at
linnr. mrvii Ur
I'le for iKiiart.niad
nwrry
nn
-.miliar iraai
REPORT CHAPLIN AND
POLA NEGRI ENGAGED
I M,
VsVTii
llHMlK-9H
IHRBr ' MB '
mym '' " HH
H .
i '. '.'"''Z ';Si
ML ' , ' - -' ' l
K " '"Hl
VI ',. V'HH
Vk4Hhm : ''HH
tIw ' ''HH
x " ? "' 'dKii
i hb1JP!JIB
IB' ii- " '"iHl
- P ' ":' '- jQ
'VV,''Av'i;'rtHPI
' -; l-flBiaSia&Hcft
- ?BiWB,T
WfciArfAA.,: ,; HTHH
POIjA NKfiKI
lies Angeles, Nev. 2.-,. (P..v A P I
The I.es Angeles Times tedn.v pub
lished a news story stating that reports
in motieti-plpture circles were Unit
Charles Chaplin, movie comedian, and
Pela Negri. Polish screen tragedienne,
were engaged te lie married..
"I cannot saj jcs.' " Chaplin
was quoted. "Anj sueli announcement
must of necessity come from her.
Neither can I shv 'no.' Think of the,
position that would place her in."
Later Chaplin leiumented : "Mar
riage is no crime."
According te the Tune-,, Pela Negri
canceled un engagement le give a rep
resentative of that newspaper an in
tervievv when she recelveii intitnatien of
' subject he vvisheil te discuss
SCORES
Kensington 0
0- 0
HOCKEY SCORES
St Mm y Academy.
0 0
S8.10. S:. f-Z '0 en
93.00. third Tin.1,
Pennm.
1 21 4-5.
PRESIDENT MAKES
DRY LAW APPEAL
Serious Difficulties of Prohibi
tion Enforcement Revealed
in Cabinet Decision
HAYNES SHARPLY ATTACKED
II) (I.IMON W. (.II.BDKr
st.ir ( nrri-siNinilt-iit rvi-iilnr Pulille I rilrrr
i.ilr (7'U Ut!, 1,1 l hi Ir.lj.r Ce,,,,,,,,,
WasliliiKten. ei '.'.-, n-mun. '
ll.elll Itntn III. White Heuse ) etterda)
1l1.1t the Cabinet, niter an hour, dit.
iissien. ,,,ul, t),,,,!, f ,, ,ltl(lp ,A.
peilient than an appeal te th,. moral
tlllient of llle ceunttv shows hew
giave a cri,ls eistt ii, ti. cnfei.ement
1 f the ptehibjHiiu law .
Sign, of tin, crisis ii,t en everv
IiiiihI Washington ha, bi eu lull ,,f
charge, ami counter. ( harge, against
luoliibitleu agents and eiifenement of-
tlCels.
Km Un) nes, uatiem.l ilit-ictiir of
prohibition, nppa th mad. se b,
the wetries of Ills efliie, is in in,,'
Intnl. The White Heuse statement that the
President migl t hit veal the whole
siiiintleii te the leuiilr.v llidlcales that
inn half the i.tet-v has In en i.. M.
Iheugli s w rii I State ilirii'tnis have
luen removed Of iPtUlie.l or ate about
te resign u,uir I'm and nllheiigli 11
iiiiiuber of agents hav. been indicted fur
co operating with boetleg.'etti.
Siuatera from wet States are taking
ltatiBM faca Tare. Columa'tlve
.. .
Aim
ras
UPON AN OPEN-DOOR '
POLICY IN TURKEY
Statement by Ambassador '
Child Amazes Diplomats at '-
Lausanne Conference ',
t
U. S. DELEGATES THERE IN
HUMANITARIAN INTEREST
1 !
I Net Seeking Selfish Ends, but
' Protecting National v
j Principles
i
is
Lausanne. v. 2.",. (Ilv A. P.)
TtIchnrd Wiishburn Child, chief Ameri
can spokesman at the Near Knster
("enfetence, atuaeil the ether delegates
at Hiis morning's session h. reiteratlnir
tli
Insistence ,f the t'nited States upon
the open doer-polle.v in Turkey
' Me read the aide-memeire delivered
ion October "0 te (treat Britain. France
I and Itnlj. and said Unit the American
(Government and public supported this
J pellcj.
The conference adjourned its morning
session lmmeilaie,v after die comple
tion of Ambassador Child's .statement
and will resume the discussion of
boundaries this afterii'eri.
Mr. Child spoke as follews:
"It Is net and will net be i" con
cern of the repi'esejiljiljves of thp I'llltcd
Stales t. express at this conference
views which have net for their basis
the legitimate national interest of the
Cnlted States or these of humanitarian
I islderatien. which I assume un
shared In ever) delegation present.
"We vvlll. however, ami I trust nc
cpptald). state when the oecasiieii arisen
Hie position of the I niled Slates. We
believe thai a .eiivetiieul and appro appre
prime occasion new has arisen, Sp
I "It is net tiiiktiewu te these vvli
I have observed the hlsfer) of conferences
and negotiations that few subjects mar
( lie eeiiseidiTeil bv thcins.lve.
j "I Hele, referring te the .specific Kllh-
1 je.-t under discussion, that all the va
j rieus iieinih of negotiation must in IC
I end I nsidereil as a unit, and it a
Oltell irile mat llel one ilelitil of
IIPBO-
nations can be letisfdered
from the nt hers.
iselalcd
1 "The lepn ilntives of tl. Itiitrl
Stats are iinalile, therefore, te hear
j concluded ihe dlsi u.-ii.n of an) terri-
lerlal .settlement which in Its turn may
riffici oilier settlements without dtavv.
Illg lie jltntltiiill or Ihe cellferellci.
iiitahi tiaililieiial prineiplet, of
foreign tudic) of Auuncii "
Beailt Mfinelie Clause,
"lleferenee li this pollev was tnnd
In an iildc-mciunire dellvend le til
Mil Islets of reii'tgu Affairs ,,f th,. tliree
inviting lowers m tt.-iebi'i "tl. le.ss ihaB
ne nixnlh as'."
Mere Mr. Child rend ihe clauses from
the Vmeric.m . mini iinieatieti relating te
Hip opposition el Hie I nit.il Slates te
teel-et llealiet ami llgreellieuts, etpii-
eiallv I., these providing for 'ones of
seeiiil economic and ceuimercial in-tlueni-p
111 Turkev as follews:
"A- 1 he beei in view in siibmiltinf
I Ibis -ugg.stleii illint 1-. te send nl).
sptver, te Lau-aiiuci , the elimination
of anv possible cause of misunderstand
ing. It 1, considered nppinprinle te call
inculii.ii In the ntlililde of tlie CnllPil
States in tespe.-t te -ei ret t tea I Irs and
1 agreements,
"It is net felt that arruliCPlliPUta
' prev leil mnile with respect te Turkish
tertiterv which provided fr I lie eslab-
lisliineni of etic, of -pi.-ial ciin.inen.'ial
ami 11 iiiiiiiiii inlliieiice such for px-
ainnle a, the tripartite agreement of
I'.C'n an 1 ui, -mi. ml with tin priiicipla
vl'iln ciiiialitv l 1 iieiiiic opportunity .
. "It i, ii,tiiiiiid that tlie allied puvvprfl
1 "ill iml new il.siie alnl de pet iievt
1 inii'iid in carr.v tui.i effect inv lolls tir-
raiigeiuelit, t till, liallire.
' 'Tin I nil.. I Slate, lm, no desire te
1 i.il.i anv 10 lien which might cmhnrrar'A
Hip allied powers m tin- piepir effort
te si cure pe.e e
"ll iesu, neihiiig whiih need con
tin I with tlie inteie-t, of oilier mull
me, if the principle of leiuiiercial op.
n.i-tiiuil v lm- all nations is iccegnied
.11 the Hill -el.
Net ."teeliing Privileges
'1 he I iiiti-d Mate- has no nilctit!e-
it' , king fei itself or 11, nationals
I os 1 011 of ,p. cial privilege but it de
sire 1.1 iiieiei't it, rights and le insure
tile 0,11 a deer.'
I 1 mi 1 ein lading tin, re'idiug in-'ui,-
-liii 1 Ii 1 lil went 1 n
''1 Ills 1 eTil.'leiiee 111,11 be glud tektlOW
Hail t In- eM'i-vv lieliiiiug sentiimut of the
ieepb ill lh. I titled Male, , in favor
of tin, poll. net niiK a, a iiiitleiinl
pelllV, but a, ntie vvlll. Ii. Were ll le lp
adept..! li) everv uuiieii en enrlh, would
1 1- 111 lentnis", perhaps in the s-eareh
fur leiritertal m- eih i .ill prlvi-
"get en f . t 1 ic 1 1 ,..i, a Kiwerfiii cle
iient in the 1 sinbllshnietit . f an.v slnlile
.. in Hip I'oumlaiieii f.i-gi -liter eiiiity
,11 tin- i.-biiieti et nation with nation,
I ml ,1 ba,, for mole pi egri,sv i is.e
in. line development of iPITItlUIPs "
'I'le, eii phatic nliei'iiiep of Anmri-
1.1 - opposition te the illl,en of 'I'ur-lii-i
into ,p.s ml .Hie, of ceintnen'lal
and ei oiieiiin- million c UMs regit rihsl l)jr
tin delejilll', lls espe, Hill) significant
11! ilii, lime, whin beuiiiliitie, nic under
1 eiimiIci ntieii and when tin liference
I, ill, mil te celislilel 'link.')', (Ilspesi.
ti 1 teititerie, im lulling the .Mcse-
l, ,1,11111. 1 ml In Id,.
fin- ii'(iiest of tjie Turkish delegates
te 1I11 Nciii Last 1 'iiiifi'iem e ler a neu-
tr.il mi 1 Tuik..)'s western hound-
an has 1 held up. appiinutly .
aii. no nalinii want, te guiiriintaa
pen . in am I'lilknii em
Isnii I Pnshn's -inn nn at tluit Tur
kev ie. mil ihe Pevvptt te guuriintet
lln neinialil) of a licit thlrl.v j;e.
meter, wide oil eai h Hilt e the Twrke-
liiilgaiian iml I urke diei inn frontier
abilit' the
Mai it. i 1'ivt'i-, brought na
delllllte lieisnni 0) Ihe 'evveM,
1 1 wti- evuleiitl) ngrieil Hull th
ueutr.illlv iUeslteu leilbl he dlh)es'd of
later, ut tin Him of Hie expected ills
i iissien en the Itaidatielles ipieHtleti,
Runaway Girl Found Here
i;iinbiii lieiigliiv, sixteen .venr- elil,
wb dlsiippearid 1 1 tun In i huuic In At
lauiii Cliv, November Is, was arrcted
ben Inst 11 1 h t in a loeiiiiiig heusi) in
l.eipir siieil. riaiiltfenl She will i
t- til. buck 'je her hulue teiay.
i mw i n im m r... .. u..i.i.ii.w.
l -mi .....I m iiyirii A t.i.. ........ a-
wnl. teu'll Oinl It emvaaa . 4v.
iU&
fri
the
i
1
.1 1 '
'I
K
A
.sil W!.,
e.1,1. ,
A'

xml | txt