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. MONBAV,- NOVEMBER 82, 1820.
..fl-.rTUB-. NEWS i SCIMITAR. FIIII'S II r FJSr PHOTO $ENT BY WIRE ENDS STRIKE: MEN AFTER OLD JOBS About Sixty File Applications Following Vote to End the Strike May .Hasten Re .Establishment of Platoon. After a stormy existence of ' four months, the Memphis Firefighters' .union was dissolved Sunday morning, when a big majority of memberg of the union Toted to. end the strike. Following this'vote, wne (0 men of the, old force filed applications with Fire and Police Commissioner John B. Edgar, for reinstatement to their old jobs. It is understood thjt nine of the inen who. have been' active In- the -work -ot the union will retain the charter of the union, but it is believed that nothing will come of this move ment. A nnllnatlAna fnr alnatfl.t ATTlAnt came from both captains and privates among the old men. Commlsisoner Edgar said Monday morning that these applications would be placed on file, and that from time to time, as men were needed,; those members of the old force who showed the right spirit and a sincere, desire to return to work for the good of the i . t ,..t mirlwa nnlfln nllTnant vrniilri ha nilt bark to WOrk. At present Mr. Edgar stated, only a few men can be put on the force. as only vacancies occur in me naiurai orr of things. A one or ine new meh will be dropped to make a place for "the old firemen, as' the present Hniurtmnnt is rininr satisfactory work, according to Mr. Edgar. However, in eDig numoer oi nun available may hasten the re-establishment of the double .platoon ys ; tem. Mr. Edgar has been contem plating establishing this service aoout T.niUru H,tt atatari MondflV that it -"might be possible that the system . . . ' , i J -1 ! - a WOUIQ do inauKurairu ciui, s fesult 6f the big waiting list. This system will, increase the number of flraman naariori hv ahout 60. and will make room for many of the old .men wno aesire u return. s "r cm o-laH In aaa the men forsak ing -the union, said Mr. Edgar. I believe they were misguided when they left the force; I hold no ill will toward any of them, and all who show the righ( spirit will be given preference for a place on the force." i - . r.V i u U ? n , ; ,w "it-lMt.iiJ!"' ; I Mil Mpsssm-sm-ssii . -s- GIRL ESCAPES TORTURE FARM AHER 1,4 YEARS (By International News Ssrvioe.K RftjaEWAY, Pa Nov. 22. Julia Hector. 21, is today sheltered with the family of Deputy Sheriff Joseph May hers, after 14 years of un believable v torture she says she re ceived in tte home of Mr. and Mrs. RMnes Georgel. on a farm here. At the age of six she was placed in the county poorhouse, after her tamer Hied. She was soon placed In charge of the Georgel family. She ..nBr..j ! Kntnrilnv and came to the sheriffs office, where she old a tale of orueiy which has Shocked Bound so lhat she was helpless .i . t-.A 'orith hnllins.hot ana men luivmvw water, was one of the nvany atrocities ... - i to which the girl says she was sub jected. A physician was called In and examination showed lhat her nose had been broken, and had been allowed to heal without the bone be ing set; her mouth had been torn at the sides and was twlnted as a result. On her back were iwo wounds. Inflicted, the girl nald. with a pair of shears. There were neared epots. made, the girl said, with hot Irons. veus on me neaa ana o parts of the body had evidently bees inninif with a clnh Thara was vfinM tha nhvnfrtjin aaid. that the girl naa neen oeaien merrursiy. condition Ot ner enouiunrs inn Is said to have connrmert ner asser tion that she was Just recovering from a recent administration or ins hnlllnff avatar traatmanl. wVn4i tha rtrl annaarad at the Jail Mje had barely enough clothing to cover ner. tne ioiu rpuiy dwiiu May that Mrs. Georgel would kill her if she fell into the woman a ciui;ii gain. -j Mrs. Georgel was arrested follow ing the girl s disclosures. She denies- the accusations ana aecm" girl's scars were the reult of rails. Geergel does not appear Implicated and has not been arrestrd. Virgina Authores Answer 8 Last tall , 0 WASHINGTON. Nov. 22. The death here yesterday of Mrs. Con t.aoa forv Harrison, authoress and ,k vairfn Harrison, president 1 1 IM L 1 1 ' 1 W& " 1 - of the Southern railway system, and Francis Burton Harrison, governor . . i . .iLiii.,..i... wax an- general oi me rn'"W"' ,Vl mmnced today. Mrs. Harrison, who had been in poor nemin 9-.-- was 7T years old and a native f . . . i rairrax couniy, iui"'i . Her literary woi'K mciuuu plays and numerous stories, the last Reaching the Limit of Vaudsvllls Excellence TRIXIE FRIGANZA la "A BAG O' TRICKS," by '1 Seville Fleston and Albert von i user THK NAGI-Y8 of which, "Recollections, Grave -and Gay," was published In 1911. Tha funeral and interment wil) take v place tomorrow in AJessndria. Va. ItodayV BEST ri ir I The Picture prints above is i p Wor,d bui,dinB sent by ths rw-uipn ..-r - - . . r.ceivsd. minutes. HARDING SAILING ! ON SPANISH Ml Parismina Due to Beach Canal Tuesday 200 Miles , Yet to Go. BY DAVID M.' CHURCH. (International News Service Staff Correspondent.) ABOARD STEAMSHIP PARIS MINA, EN ROUTE TO PANAMA, Nov. 22. President-elect Harding and his party today were sailing the tropical seas of the Spanish Main, traversed by historic buccanneers. Ths ship's log showed there remained 200 miles to go before the Panama canai is reacnea. ins; rarismina was due to dock Tuesday. Mrs. Harding was out on deck again today, ths rough seas having abated. Reports that Senator George Chamberlain, Democrat, of Oregon, who Is a doss jysrsonal friend of Senator Harding, might be secretary of war In the next cabinet, were au thoritatively discouraged, it being In dicated by tha president-elect that , his cabinet will be entirely RepuD- " lican. Senator Harding has declined an , invitation to De tne guest oi tsng. Gen. Chester Harding, governor of the Panama Canal zone, during his visit, but It is believed hs may, re ceive a delegation of qentral Ameri can financiers who desire to confer about the exchange rate situation. dragged ; from his horse during to day's i disturbance and instantly killed. The statue of Bismarck was paraded through the streets for hours, decked with a paper cap and inscrip tions, "Shame on tne DELAY PLEBISCITE UNTIL DECEMBER 5 - . . L (By the Associated Press.) ATHJUXNEi, SXOV. i,r I ho of ths Greek people which is to de termine whether King Constantino will return to Atnens nag ee" uj layed to Dec. 5, according to a state ment made-by M. Gonnaris, minister of finance. LYRIC 4 DAYS 'COMMENCING Thursday, Nov. 25. MATINEES Thurs. Sat. With BERT 3WOR, B5 Othere Mights, Thure. Mat., 50c to $2.00 Sat. Mat., 50c to 1-50 SEATS NOW SELLING AT SAMELSON'8 MAJESTIC' CHARLES KAX IN "An Old Fashioned Boy" Paramount iMagsiltts Topics of the 0s STRAND- MARSHALL NEILAN'S . Big Comedy Hit "Don't Ever Marry" Mack Sennett'a "Gea Whiz" -PRINCESS- JACK P1CKFORD IN "Burglar by Proxy" x "Bride 13" SAVOY TOM MOORE IN "The . Great Accident" BILLY WEST In "A RURAL ROMANCE" BIUOU -TOM MIX In "DAYS OP DARIN6" "Hidden Dangeri," No. 11 EMPIRE r- UU LI A alX laa "THE SQUARE DEAL, MAN' II a-. yTH, , i i r-" i . ... , KEAT.RE III I 1:30, 8:30, III I 5:30, 7:80, wa III 0:30 I'.M. Ill I Continuous 111 Music BSI It a BLIZZARD The face of Satan, the brain of a genius, the body of a Caliban, the strength of a master of men. Why did every crook in San Francisco s tremble at his frown? Why did he hold thousands in peril of their lives? THE PENALTY With Lnrt rnneu Of "Miracle Man" Fame Also "CHASE MK" Rofrlng Comedy Albertina Rasch In Danes From Famous Ballste 8vblfVE8TmUK)K George Macfarlane The Favorite Baritone Mr. Mrs. GORDON WILDE Toolee of the Dev. Klnograme. Claude & Fannie Usher in "The Blde s-Wss Horns" PRICES: Mat. (Ex. Rat.. Sun. and Hoi.), j IPC. c3C. DUC Mat.. St. i"d iin 1 ' loe, tx, !uc. ijc. i p Nights tie. 8Se. 50c, 75c, II. $1.23 I Continuous 1 to 11 p.m. TODAY. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY t ALL STAR q j Vaudeville Act J of Merit Holme. Wsl- i Kane & lac & HvtrlKi Chidlow "Hon" 1 Nornwia & Dave Mn;')' 1 .leaneUe LEON'S PONIES Vaudeville at 3:30, 7, 9 p.m. Also TOM MIX in "The Untaxed" Week Attn. (Inc. Hal.) . .H Eves. (Sun. Afts.) -40 4 Vaudeville Shows A ThankMRivlni? Hat. I'ATUE RKVIEW AFTERNOONS (sxcept Thurj. days, Saturdays, 8undays) 15c EVENINGS (Thursdaya, Satur days. Sundays, Afternoons) 30e r II) inciuoea 3rAY8 BEGINNIN4 O THAfKSOIVING u "BODY AND HOUL" With Alice liake. TODAY TUES. WED. 1 to 11 p.m. COMING! ENTIRE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 28 The Sensation of Sensations "EARTHBOUND" All-Star Cast WANTED YOUNG LADY i s With PERFECT SHOULDERS To pose for large moving picture corporation She must have personality and be of the beautiful type of ALICE LAKE Vivacious Star of BODY and SOUL V-The vIvidHhotodYama of Parisian student le; coming to Loew's Lyceum Theater for three days beginning Thursday. APPLICANTS Must submit 'photographs and brlsf letter giving age. type and full particulars as to any stage experience. Address 1 1 applications and photos t LOEW'S LYCEUM THEATER CZECHS RIO STORM AND PARLIAMENT (By the Aseoclstsd Press. T-R AttTTK fraf-hn-Hlfivaklii Nnv 22. Three days' rioting1 culminated In an attamnt hv tha pmwi tn atAfm forts by mounted police to hold them in -vfasck. Four times deputations forced their way to the back doors of) the building and demanded that the premier surrender the German TAn..r Dn.rn .ahn it hail haan ra ported, spoke in a disparaging man ner of the Csecho-Blovak legionaries. The trouble started on .Tuesday aftar a maaa meetine. . Ths German Czechs and the statue of Joseph III wag romovea irom iub bmwib. hi retaliation, the Germans demolished a Czech school. German senators and deputies walked out of parliament as a protest. Police Inspector Svohgr was a package a package win and the War & th e,War -1 : ... 'i - , We Send Free the Pcpsodcnt needed to j f Jm makethis ten-day test I vry mmi , . . 2 ..r- aSalaS Multiplies the salivary flow Nature's tooth protector Multiplies the starch di gestant in the saliva Multiplies the alkalinity of the saliva Fights film in two efficient ways Polishes so teeth glisten and filrrj cannot easily adhere . ,.. V a paciiage HOW DOCTORS TREAT COLDS THE FLU AND The Tlavor Lasts So Does the Price! 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