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1SV15MJNU LBl)GEll-PiHLAi)KLLHlAt H.tiuiuru, DErJbiMBBtt 0. 1010
igf ATE WILL BARE
RECORD OF WOOD
Ittaid of Pension Mutual to
I jo Target in Receiver
(history TO BE RAKED UP
,. r,con n( Lyndon 11. Wood
f' r2r In Th tecelreriihlp procenllniw
Iinl flXUrt "B ....... l I If. I..nnnra
wtliut " ,he cn comw t.eforo Ui
CPn' ,;',., Court for a hrnrlnir De
22&"l j"t .-v . 11,1. will b. .ntro.
!.. .Mln' hut It l Intlmatf.l Hint
Uir will t ound to mftk It one of the
.5. nf the Htntc Insurance lpnrtmml
'MSnd I. not a nt man to have
B" ir.AV U"" ' ...t.u m Mia Haii.
,t th h "ucn " """"" "" ""
,!WtaUth department chief- In !lrrl.
. !? HI11 not d mum Just hat thoy Imve
2tttai " Wnoil that h not
23 W In the report of the examiner
Iose Information the rere vera hip Milt
hreuiht It l known that Cannula
lrlV.Sll h'ln looKlnB Into the con
""Jf.V - i-rtn.l with n little Insurance
"ISur known as the Honcsdnlo Mutual,
r!flIMrfle. Ta. which was transferred
7Cnnfh the activities or woo.i nnu nn
.Scutes some sixteen years back ( nn
SEfVnee company with vli cli W00J was
uilled. and which was at thnt time oper
S und"r a New Vork State charter.
toi Ttrnactlon has to. do with the pay
2.1 ef some 116.000 to Wood, tho de
r...L.ni -. for reinsuring the policies
StlnHenesdalo company In the New orlc
Kit orwnlMllort, which sum, It Is stated,
tru restored to Its owners after some dim
Mr Wood also 1.1 In Pltlslmrcli today
BUifirrlnc with his associates, lie loft lnt
Mii In enulty was (lied today hy tho
fcrnlon Mutual Mfe Insurnnco Company
Kinlmt Colonel Kcth II. Whltcley and the
iC.ii.. n.ntflclnry Association, nlleclnec that
MS on contract for Insuring policemen l.i
stoienl nd was mado ns the result of falsn
buwclatlon. Hiram Ilorter, Jr., nnd John
i j Wrftr. The court is nsKcii to restrain
HI' is defendant from attempting to enforce
KV- . w.u, ...I. .... ,.,. .. fii.i
Iht COmraCl. lll nun. un iiiu ,jiiv iui-,1
yesterday to recover JGG.000 rinrnttKcs, are
S 1I111 nollce Insuranco scandal.
i Girl's Suicide Here
m Blamed on usoorne
rtle from Puce One
Itird of the name of "Osborne" In con-
tertian with ".Spencer." but was convinced
Bnhit the milliner committed suicide when
till reallied she had been deceived.
Tht letter to the Federal authorities was
irfltten by a womnn In I.onR Island. Shu
nld that she knew that Miss Francis was
toother of "O. O.V victims.
; "Oiborne" Is said by the police to havo
Slift t trail of "crushed hearts." nil over tho
?iur.tr"- The Tanser episode was brotiKht
tlf.to the llmellcht when the Klrl sued James
If. OJtiorne, n former AssUtant District At
TOreer of New Vbrk, saylnir he was tho
ttBln who proponed to her. Since Osborne
Slu been brought to New Vork ho has been
lUeotlfled by several women as tho far
Ibmed "heart crusher."
! MIm Francis, who conuuetcu a millinery
store at 8 West Chelten avenue, was foiiml
EM February t ' y u friend IIvIiib In tin
i)elnlnK apartment. Sho was lylnp on a
ItiJit wlt:i u eas hose nttnehed to an open
pjdreslSne In her mouth.
Hrrom Intimate friends of Miss Francis
it vis learned that she had been despondent
fcrom tilme over n lovo affair with n man
timed Spencer, who Is said to be "Osborne."
ilk admirer Is said to have received larno
liami of money from Miss Francis, who wns
iiolnjr a prosperous business, to Invest In
SMnds and ktocks. lie told JIlss Francis
Eftjt he was employed by an Investment
Jfcouieln this city.
i- According to the friend, "Spencer" or
ITOiborne," failed to deliver the bonds and
EJtCKks to Miss Francis. One day ho dlsap-
" itti. Some time afterward. Miss FrnnclH
nt to a hotel In New York to find the man.
i He made an appointment, but failed to nut
jh an appearance, Tho police learned that
iaebad moved from the hotel to another part
,.f the city.
iIlMTrancIs came hack to her little shop
:, Chelten avenue In a despondent mood.
Tha romance that led to tho suicide Is
j;M Id to have begun when "Spencer" or "Os
Itorne" came to tho Whosovere Mission In
JOermantown In a "down and out" condition.
Pla education nnd brilliancy won him n
ItUce above the ordinary Inmates of tho
It was during a revival meetlnir at the
sUEuton that "Snencer" or "Osborne" Ih said
thT8met Miss Francis. The younir woman
j was deeply Interested In religious move
Ltoesta and was a member of the West Side
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
hfrln r.ndll I1S2 N. tin t.. and Jofa
fcK'a, at.nit N, th t.
iTTUlitn J, Peopin. 20M N. Ilnuvler t., and
WJ CWrIconl. SOU New t.. anil Holla Anl-
' r?irJrSaU.r SUM Re"e ' nd Anna C"
t"t4 i-oIX-. . 3SO-1 W. Allheny av.. snd
. 12!Li,,w,m,'!r- 33-3 W. Alleeheny ave.
' idScw0 ftVS."- i(K outh it., and jury
feKi,.-nM"."- Itoxbnrough, Ta.. and Clara
7!"V I'uncan. 11601 N, Warnock at., and
fc ltJj. "Jj;". l33 ltlclimond at., and Kva
F.i "Stli ,S5 Alchmond at,
sr.B!"0 .- N- Jilarahall at., and Ito.e
tflS:' ,'" T5MA-. Hark-a at., and tleorae.
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? M.SV3 V. "nov. 1171 B. 13th it.
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i..TrS'M HtetH ' ,"..:;.
ea."a..ti Paul at.
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3llflv,?,li,',?.I- 2d t-. am
nd Clara R.
' - ' mu ai.
Policeman Hurt by Falling Bundle
rOUCeman Tlnh.n !?... ...i.- n...
Sled ti.,11 -"- "untie, ui mo ninn
iwutli,iTlltlon at ,he Hahnemann Iloa-
Li-.- " " "ii wio jieuu dy a
fn Ta 2C,'Ur buml,e t rK8 dropped.
. second. iorv iuin,i... ..
St Ua5.",rl. todaV- Those arreted
BtartlB i, ...:I Master street, and
rSsbyes? n; ':5 Wood street. Both are
IbohS?.. A .he BhP- According to the
teHti. th.V i" "nv- According to the
CtoLd'i0,ppea ,ha bun("e wl,hout
n 0 see If anv nn urn. .,,..i .,.
ped the bundle without
ny one was passing- un
J 1 diiLi1"'" has a 'ractured skull
Butter Drnns 9 r-
tQWl'aron 'tt. ?!" S decl."'-
talS 00 accunt of the high prices
jrm"K"S' .,,?,V'. . J and
pKff1?! II. Varry. 4512 Wvaluilnir aV
BIUM ! llAaal Aft u i.T 'I "T. . .,
... ana r
AUAC NUTTIN Jif
MU. AND MRS. JOHN B. CLEAVKS
Who will celebrate their fiftieth
wcthllnjT anniversary at their
home, 1017 Itace street, toniRht.
I hey were married in Norway, Me.
Mr. Cleaves, who is sixty -eight
years old, is ono month his wife's
senior. She was Miss Vesta Har
rows before her marriage. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Cleaves came to Phila
delphia in 1880.
DESPONDENT MAN ENDS
HIS LIFE WITH GAS
George W. Cecil Fuinils Hint to
Sister That He "Wanted
to Die Alone"
UeorRo W. Cecil, a prominent Mason of
this1 city, who for more than thirty years
conducted a Inrce department store restau
rant, remarked to his sister In n despondent
"If I die I want to die alone."
tie committed sulcldn early this mornltiK
by Inhaling Illuminating kiis In a bedroom
at the home of Ilenjamln Ilcrnstcln, 301,
N'orlh Twenty-second street, where (Vol!
had been a boarder since last Sunday.
Members of the man's family say that
ho had been despondent since tho death of
his wife three years nco.
Cecil, who was fifty-five yearH of age and
reputed ns wealthy, encaxed n room nt tho
Ilernsteln residence nnd took his meals nt
tho home of his sister. Mrs. Charles W.
IliiUri:eld, 3320 North Twenty-first street.
He refused to tell his sister where he wan
Knowinir of her brother's despondent
nnture and fenrini; that he might do him
self bodily harm. Mrs. Ilutterlleld tried to
make him reveal his address under it pro
text that ho might fall III. It was then ho
made the reply 'that he wished to die alone.
When Cecil left his sister's home on
Thursday night, .Mrs. Ilutterlleld made her
husband follow him.
Cecil wandered the streets nlmlessly until
Policeman Dougherty, of the Itldge nnd
Mldvale nvenues station, placed him under
urrest at the request of the brother-in-law.
Yesterday morning. Cecil promised Mag
istrate I'rlco that he would "braco up" and
do better and was released. ! went to
Ills room after telling tho Bernstein family
thnt he was tired, nifd was not seen again
until Mr. rtcrnsteln forced open the bed
room door whan he smelted the odor of gas.
The cracks between tho doom and windows
had been sealed by paper wadding.
Cecil was rushed to the Samaritan Hos
pital In tin! patrol of the Park and Ieh!gh
avenues police station, where physicians
vainly applied the pulmotor before pro
nouncing the man dead. Ills body was re
moved to tho morgue, but will be claimed by
the family some time today.
Cecil Is survived by two sons, Dr. Joseph
D. Cecil., n veterinary, living In Iowa;
George W. Cecil, Jr., of Baltimore, und two
Klstors, Mra. Ilutterlleld and Mrs. F. M.
Summers, of Fifteenth street nnd Krle ave
nue. The dead man wns a. member of the
St. Mary's rommundery, No. 36, Knights
Templar, nnd was well known throughout
STOKOWSK? denies he
IS AT "POINT OF DEATH"
Report Very Much Exaggerated, ns in
Mark Twain's Case, Orchestra
Chief's Statement Indicates
Leopold Stokowskl. leader of the Phila
delphia Orchestra, denied that he Is an
He did bo this morning over the tele
phono vigorously If somewhat huskily.
At the concert yesterday itfternoon, when
Thaddeus Itlch, concertmelster of the or
chestra, took the, baton In Mr. Stokowskpj
absence, the report spread that the latter
was very 111.
Hut If something Is the matter with his
throat, there la nothing wrong with his
sense of humor. He proved It when he
came to the telephone himself In order to
show that he Is "not at the point of death,"
as had been rumored.
""m sorry for your sake there isn't a
good story," he said, his voice breaking,
fit's nothing romantic merely the Influ
enza. You can't get a Btory out of In
fluenra. I'll be out In a day or two,"
Gas & Electric
1318 Arch St.
United States Loan Society
LLOYD GEORGE LEADERSHIP OP ALLIES
IS VITAL TO THE UNITED STATES
t'enllnned frm Pate tine
spoken much more plsnl--o plainly. In
deed, that 1 rtitil myselj occa-ionnlly the
best-ahuml man ,n the c.iuntry
When Inst week l.lo)d Oeorge decided to
smash the patty macmne, wnerem he was
entangled, he took his murage In both
hands. I do not believe ne rnU any per
sonal nmtiitlons in the matter at all.
Kvetits made him Prime Minlalei it posl
Hon nlmtwt its p.iweilul us i.ui of your
I'remdrM Hut ht denlre w.ig ht tins d,s
tlncl'oti should be ej urn red on h.miIIhi'
Indeed, for soul nniirs it looked ns tnoiiglt
it would In' lite Scotsman, llotmr I.v,
rather than the Wrtoiiiii.ui. Lloyd Uenrftt.
He went out into the wilderness alone,
so far hm liin o.vn party was concerned. He
had ns n suppoiter ll.uur Im; who had
previously opposed him on virtually r-xery
phaae of poi.t.cn, nhd nn outside helper ill
Carson, whose Irish policy wns dlnmetrU-itl-
Those three, with t.ord Derby, hnie pro
produced ft miracle, whereof nil the world
Is talking In a few days they have formed
a gocrmnnt nmriul. it is ttue ... ,.
elusion of some nutulilo formrr features
hut enriched by the 1. nuns of liustncNi men
and new pilliielnns.
The gn.tt, p.,rt of the work was done
by l.loyd (,'emge himself, lie Is ounstnntly
refrrrid li heu ns 'the little Welshman."
but he is nut nil little." You probably
have his pnnrnlt befo e ynu. Ills head
is not that of n i ttl" nt.tn, menially or
physically ir .is the head of n ninn In
which the sparkle of genius Is combined
with Celtic energv and Immense limustty.
During the grtntrr purl of the week he
has been nt lh War ultlce Until .1 In the
morning, return. ng to tip. ditlleult tusk
of trying to make n cimp'ete national Gov
ernment six hours later.
I do not i.firn .,. ,.,, imt j ,n,) js(
lfore he made h's ili-e slop, and lie then
nppenred tired o k.ng older than his B.l
years. Wuhln n few hourM of his telling
Asqultli he could no longer renmln In hl
conn nnv hn tvietl ten year vopnger.
I have seen him at two other crises of
the war first, when he got the shells which
the Government nnd the nrmy had for
gotten to provide; second, when he nearly
oh. so nearly accomplished the unlllca
t Ion of Itel.ind.
On each of these occasions, as during
Ihe past week, the man roxcnled himself
a human dynamo, i:ery energy Is focused
on the immediate task at hand He com
bines the persuasiveness of the Irishman
"KID" GLEAS0N, FIGHTER,
SOUGHT FOR MURDER
Accused of Killing New Phila
delphia Man Last September.
Autopsy Bares Crime
POTTHVII.Mi I'll., Dee. 9. The body of
John I'iiiiI. of Iviiska. who wns murdered on
Sunday night, September 10 last, while on
his way homo on n lonely rond, has been
exhumed from tho cemetery of the Holy
Family Catholic Church of New Phila
delphia, and a second autopsy performed,
It wan discovered that two bullets. Instead
of one, had lodged In the body. A thirty-two-caliber
ball was removed from tho
head. The calibre of tho second bullet,
removed from' spine nt tho recent nutopsy,
the authorities refuso to divulge for reasons
known to them. It Is understood, however,
that It Is of different caliber from the first
Policeman Ilodkln, the "mugger" of tho
Philadelphia pollen department, visited tho
barracks of Company C, State police hern,
nnd noticed a picture In tha rogues' gal
lery which was familiar to him. He In
quired concerning It and then Informed tha
police that he had taken a picture of tha
samo person In Philadelphia. It proved
to bo the plctura of Stanley Luscavage. of
New Philadelphia, known In tho pugilistic
world as "Kid" Gleason. Ho was arrested
In Philadelphia for petty larceny.
Sergeant Smith went to Philadelphia for
Gleason, but tho man disappeared after ho
had .been paroled, tho Philadelphia police
not having been notified In time that Glea
son wus wanted for murder. The Stnto and
city police have sent "Iliera" throughout the
Wills Admitted (o I'robatc
Wills ndmltted to probate today Included
those of Wesley Stead, 1212 West Lehigh
avenue, which In private bequests disposes
of property valued nt more than 1100.000.
Walter P. Itenham. 4338 North Klevenlh
street. J2B.00O ; Jullii A. Ulggs, lllue Anchor,
N. J, $16,000; Annlo U Heed. 7132 Chew
street. J7000 ; Mary S. Mlddleton. 8207
Vennngo street. 17000; May Leonard, 1426
South Fifteenth street. J 1207, and John
Oauss. 1310 North Newklrk street, J2000.
A New Home For
In step with the automobile business in
general, we have moved a little farther north
on Broad street. Instead of stopping your
car at 322 North Broad street as heretofore,
pull in at 810North Broad. Here we can
attend to your wants better than ever be
fore. We have fitted up an
Tire Service Station
for your special benefit. Instead of parking your
car at the curb when you want repairs and adjust
ments, you can drive right into the Empire
Building at 810. No congested traffic to interfere.
You'll find a corps of Empire Tire experts always
ready with modern equipment to make repairs
and adjustments quickly and correctly. FREE air
always at your disposal.
Drop in and look the new place over. The best
indication of the growing popularity of Empire
Tires and the famous " Peerless" and "Standard"
Red Tubes is this new building, built especially
for us to care fpr the expanding business.
EMPIRE TIRE & RUBBER CORPORATION
Telephone, PopUr 3580 nd 3581 810 North Broad Street
with the concentration of the American
nhd the thoroughness, of tho Kngtlshmnn.
Ills rrttua say h tires loo mi.ckly nt his
task That I do not believe. He gives
every ounce of his attention to achievement
of the larth'lilnr objeol In hand then
;nsws on to the next Imiwrtnnt effort.
Some of his hn tdts of concentration nre n
little trying to his co-workers. When In
volved In n scheme In Is n bad keeper of
np)slnlments and fin Impossible corres-s-nr.dent.
It Mien't seem to have settled
hour for his meals. During Ihe Inst week
his diet seemed to consist principally of
clgirs nnd tea
With the dlillcult hut tieceee-vry hiimnn
ii'iltt In n proposition with which he Is
drnllng he has theatisunl gift of genius
that of getting other nple to do things.
Often they are the right pMiple but not
I M.iklhK a gi eminent I suppose, Is the
same the world over, but making a ronl
war government si cli ns we nro making
! is not quit ns easy a tusk as handing out
pl.ices to hungry politicians In pence times.
Mn)il George tried' to the best of Ills
'Pity to gather nriund him representa
tives of all that to best In tlrillsh lire. Dis
tance nnd circumstances alone prevent In
clusion In his Cabinet of men like Lord
IPi.tug'uiessy. of Montreal, or W. M.
Hughes. Prime .Minister of Australia, lie
has h.vt to do his p'chlng and choosing with
lightning renldlty. tenvise In war time the
value, of time Is tuiiutup'cd.
The Government h has fmmed will last,
but It needs pruning It contains too ninny
of what are known in the I'nlted States ns
"has been " It Is cumbered with loo many
fossils, representative of a past nge. None
l.nows exactly bow tb-y got there, but I
think I know the reason. This ipilek. deter
mined, energetic Welshman Is n little too
WH.t. WIN TUB WAU
.Nevertheless he tns formed a govern
ment which will cause rejolclm? through
out the empire, especially nmotiK the sol
diers faring their third winter In the
At the beginning or the week his politi
cal opponents didn't seem nhh to make a
government Now they think his won't
lu-l 1 hold n different opinion.
I believe he will tie bead of the Govern
ment that wins the wnr, brings settle
ment of the Irish ipiesttnn, nnd maintains
the essential factor good will bctucen tho
people of the I'.ngllsh-speiiklng nations of
the British I'.mplro and the people of tho
THREE BLOWN TO BITS
IN POWDER EXPLOSION
Driers Burst in Pcnn Trojan
Plant at Allentown $10,000
AI.I.KNTOWN. Pa., Dec. 9 Three of tho
battery of nine driers nt the largo plant
of the Penn Trojan Powder Company nt
Iron Bridge, four miles nest of Allentown,
exploded today. Ilach drier- contained
nbout 1000 pounds of basis composition, nnd
tho explosion was terrific, being felt moro
than ten miles nwny.
Threo drier tenders. Barthnl Sldllck.
David Foster and John !. Itnu, were blown
to pieces. A rollcall of the 200 employes
lends the olllcers to think that no more
were killed. Foreman Charles Kohl, who
stood In front of tho battery, was unin
Tho loss to the drier buildings nnd In
material Is less than 110.000, nnd tha oper
ation of the plant will not be stopped.
Useful Gift for the Housewife
Electric Flat Jron
Ilenutlful In de
sign. Simple In con
pluted base and
hood with eltonlzed
handles. Large as
sal" goods to show
ymi electric heaters,
radiators, toasters, per
colators, tea pots, cof
fee urns ranges. grtllH.
stoves, etc nil suitable for Xmas gifts
-nt attractive prices.
Frank II. Stewart Electric Co.
37 & 39 N. 7th ollJ 3llnt hm.
'-' Jar nru illuttrattil Catatoa,
MISS KMZAHETH LARGEMAN
MISS EVA FINGKKHUTT
Who will assist in tho cntertnin
ment to he Riven for Mount Sinai
hospital tomorrow nicht nt tho
Apollo Club, 1725 North Hronil
EI.MIHA RECTOR CALLED HERE
Rev. H. L. Hnnnnh to He Holy Com
The Itey. Herbert I,. Hannah, rector of
Trinity Church, Klmlrn. N. v.. has been
elected vicnr of tho Chapel of .the Holy
I omnninlon. n brnneh of Holy Apostles
Protestant Kplscopnl Church. He has ac
cepted and will begin his new duties Jnn
Mr Hannah ns educated nt Columbia
I nlverslty nnd thu General Theological
Seminary. New York. He served ns curate
to the late Doctor Huntingdon In Ornco
Church. .New Vork. nnd nn rector of tho
Church of the llrdremcr, Snyre, Ta., nnd
of Trinity Church, Klmlrn, N. Y.
.Must lny Tnxcs in Due Time
It KADI NO. Pa.. Dec. 0. The County
Commissioners havo decided to Issue notice
to all tax collectors Ihe practice of giving
half a year's grace to delinquent tax
payers must cease. Tho chief offenders
wero wealthy men In various townships,
who took their own time to pay. Hereafter
all taxes must be In ono month after the
current year ends, or nulls will result
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SHIPMENTS OF LIQUOR
Plrtn to Force Bill Through Con
gress to Bnr Intoxicants
WASHINGTON, Dec 9. A new line of
nttack on rum throughout the country wns
devised today by prohibition force In Con
gress nnd by lenders of the prohibition
lobby The drjs now plrtn In force through
Congress legislation Inuring- nil Intoxicants
from Interstate commerce. The effect of
this would be twofold, namely:
To give prohibition the moral force ot
having the Federal Congress Hatty on rec
ord ngalnst the liquor trnnlo.
Conttnemenl to each Slate of tho Intoxi
cants manufactured In the State,
Confident of n majority In both House
and Semite, tho dry leaders sold today that
If they could force the Interstate commerce
limitation to the floor of the House nnd
Senate they would be able to enact It Into
law M the present session.
Prohibition lenders declare that vir
tually nil of the liquor consumed In tho
I'nlted States Is manufactured In n. smnll
number of Slates, nnd that a Federal law
confining this liquor to the Slates where It
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"GHOSTS" IK AIlIIMOItE
Town Clock Und Heon Repaired, but
Mnny Didn't Know It
Weird talcs of ','ghosls" nre being told
In Ardmnro todny. The town clock started
It. After having been silent for many years.
It suddenly aroused residents front their
slumbers nt midnight by tolling the hour.
Many rnufuned It with the tire bell nnd th
police, fire nnd telephone companies were
kept busy Informing Inquirers thnt there
wns no fire.
The clock, from now on will run accord
ing to schedule. It has been repaired, but
many persons didn't know It.
J. E. Caldwell & Co.
Chestnut Juniper South Ponn Squar
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the week-end reat art tin
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