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PHILADELPHIA, THpRSPAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1922
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WARRING1 PARTNERS IN COURT
iS apa' AAA n 1 1 1
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(S FIRM FAILS
dtn A Knoblauch Member
Accused In $450,000 Bad
Check Charge '
(ORE EACH OTHER
Turing court hearing
Yerk Complaint Asserte
Beth Were Planning te
ENIOR ASKS BANKRUPTCY
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Mystery et euaaen lubb i
$450,000 Frem Assets
Net Solved "
Jm 1. Berden niul fcrnepr a.
nblancli, members et tne Dnnarupi:
of Berden & Kneblnucn, stecic
r. HO Seuth Feurtli street, were
n ?e0,0UU Dull acil l aingiBiruiu
trd, In City Ilnll today, en ennrges
r'Tler will have n further hearing en
IftdiiMaay et next wee, miuuiuui-u
arrested last nigut in tne emces
Ms counsel. A warrant wns served
i Berden in the courtroom tins morn-
Ii,iiatiin1iin investors who were eus-
nf the firm will lese mere than
18,000 by the failure, which resulted
tne mysterious iwuim1'-'""""' ".
000 from the company's bunk nc-
et three days nge.
Ii nuking for heavy iiml for the
ifcndnntu, William A. Gray, repre
ntinv Kpiih. Tailor & Ce.. of New
v.v ilm iirniriitnr. intimated that lie
iftred Knoblauch was planning te flce
"I ite nut knew where Mr. Knoblauch
litt born," he told Magistrate Ceward.
nor where Ms rutuer came trem, out
de knew tlint lie is et uertnun ex ex
ictlen. and thnt n part of his family
fltft for Germany only three weehs' nge.
tblnk the defendants gliema ee neiu
The firm was suspended from the
htilidflDbin Stock Exchange Yesterday
Sfttr Burden had informed officials of
m exchange that his nnrtner hud dls-
ppnred and affairs of the company
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DROP OF HEIRESS
Princess a Bride
Member of Wealthy British
Family Who Wed Butler
Killed Herself Here
WITH THE VANDERBILTS
Cast Off by Relatives, Husband
Dead, and Facing Poverty,
Shet Ended Troubles
Berden Files Dankrnptay Plea
Tkta morning Berden filed a velun-
Br petition in bankruptcy. In the
lien it wui stated that Knoblauch
mused te loin In Mcninr It.
Liabilities of tlin firm wprn llstnrl nt
d,KH.U0S.Dn. of which mere than ?1,
ft),000, owed te banks, is wr-tired. As
rtiwere listed nt Sl,lll).R.'i0.43.
n case nns referred te Ileferce W.
I.Deiglasg, Jr., who will be petitioned
Vveint a ncclvcr In bankruptcy nt
Th hearln-' nt Cliv ITnll trnu simp.
Iflglstrnle Ceward arrived in the court
WW at 11 o'clock nnd proceeded te
ppee of (several trafilc nnd llnuer
,k uemre en lie Hint ncalnst Her-
ra and Kiuiblnuch.
Ainewus lit'.iriiig thee case., ne-
iire jeigi, wic was iitmlilc te arrest
Ifutn Inst ni?llt. U'nU.'l.fl iil'OI in tfliitl..
rten was seated and informed him
f n under arrest.
Refutes te Surah te Partner
"All tiRlit," lierden replied, "I'm
WJ III IMKIt 1 III titniwi
Ha raitiLinl ,. .....i. i.t.. a
--V .hu.tu m. pivfiit iu ins imriiipr,
fte occupietl n scat near him, or even
w in ins (iiUTUen.
Whtn the lifiirliic utij inllm1 . LVu
Jfh, ncfompaiile.1 hy his wife'nnd hi
'rneyt ruitcii Stat Commissioner
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milt. tii i'ixmm unmr iiiu
r. luiiew.-ii ny lierden and Jnmci
euni!, Ins atternev.
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Tt ii ' V V""-1 WIls " only witness.
t told of iiaiinL' .iriii.t,,,! ii, .i.,r.....i.
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fay nil(i,.f.,i i.,nit i... '..'.., "'
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i!.ni f0ns"lt!,t,ie" ui"' attorneys
tlie defi.nu prier le id,, beginning
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At top Earnest A. Knoblauch, Junier member of the brokerage firm of
lierden & Knoblauch, held by Magistrate Ceward In $50,000 ball each
nn charges of $450,000 embezzlement from a New Yerk Arm. Lewer
picture Is that of James B. Berden, senior member, who ignored
Knoblauch In court
DEFIER OF YERKES
Eugend Captured Here for Mill Mill
beurne Squire After Escape
SCOLDED AND FINED $41.75
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RREST NOTE WRITER
WHO WARNS OF BOMB
Mice Take Man for Examtntinn
After Wall Street rn. 1-
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"ni h,. 1ll':',s,",1 'i"1"1' r,mrK"'' with
roeklin -,'"1"" ,,,f H'Teush Hall.
Jeiuiined rtspeiiKllil ty f,,r u. Wul
2tanniilin,.li,! I1"11 Ul,J,,el,,s tl,1U(,
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.n,..8 "Um,i,wl writing the letter;
Int id.'i'1, ,mt !".,,,r I did
' inteml te carry out his threat.
KILLED BY TROLLEY-CAR
eman Run Down eiw... ..,--.
Qtreet and im...i.. a
it.. I'.. , ji nvenue
T ',fe.,,,ltl'i.'''lhyed eh u cook
nndel X'.Ub, 1 '!"!l''S t the West
ifi? 2mJ?" "".""i "f trellpy troika
affie. i V.K' ."HPx nutomeblle
.... .--'i ..tin
After jumping from n second-story
window nnd dodging bnlf n dozen bul
lets fired at him by Constable Kahn,
Kdwnrd Engend, 3300 Klpp stmt,
I'hiladclphin, watt captured nfterv a
chase of tcvcral blocks today" nnd
landed before D. Martin Yerkes, the
lining squire of Mlllbeurne.
Kngend Ignored three summonses from
the squire te explain violations of the
meter traffic laws and Kahn was sent
te get him.
Kngend's disregard of Yerkes au
thority cot him !N1.7r nnd he barely
escaped going te jail. A friend paid the
Knhn, who is attached te the office
of Mngistrnte Pcnneck, went te En
Ri'tul's home this morning nnd told him
lu was under arrest for ignoring the
summonses t-cnt te him.
"Ilnh, that wuh nil fixed up," said
Engend, "and 1 won't go."
"We'll net," mid Knhn.
There wan n brief tussle in which
fists tlew and Engend finally agreed te
go te Millbuurni.
nut just before he started, Engend
requested penuihxieu te clinve himself
se ht would leek well In Yerkes' court.
"He ahead, but be quick," said
The constable waited about fifteen
minutes, but Engend did net appear.
Bullets Fly Fast
Knhn then went te the second fleer
of Engcnil'H home nnd burnt open the
bathroom deer. As he did se he caught
sight of the heuls of Engend, who wus
innklng a graceful drop te the street.
Kahn rail nfter him and ordered him
Engend shouted back, "Net while the
running Is geed." ,
Knhn then drew n pistol nnd fired
several times. Tersis en Klpp street
jumped Inte doorways te escape tue
fusillade. Finally Knhn caught up with
Engend nnd downed him nfter u tussle.
"I'll l'e new." said hngcini. lie
,i,,v..imi tlie ii'Kt of thu distnuce from
Kensincten te Mlllbeurne without
i f. til till
Km nlre Yerkes was all set for the
'Wiiv didn't you come the first
tlnte'y" hn i sked.
On learning et tne trouiue in lanuing
the primmer Yerkes said :
"You're nut n geed clti.en te cause
the risk of lives just te escupe such en
on'ense. You're charged with having
veur license obscured by n bumper.
New you're going te get worse bumps
for jt'iir defiance."
"Thought It All Fixed"
"I hcurd it was all fixed," said En
gend. "That's just propaganda given
out by enemies,' f wild Yerkes, "Noth
ing Is fixed in my office. You've get
te fine the law und the law will fix
Then 1m lined Engend $25 for the
obscured license, $0.75 costs ami $10
for disorderly conduct. Engend said he
wouldn't pay it nor would be go te
Jail. There wus another engagement
between him and Kahn with the Con Cen
stable again the winner.
Finally the telephone brought friends
nnd the tine was piild.
KILL8 HIM8ELF TO AVOID MIL
lieJIevtlle, III.. Nev. 23.--(By A.
I".) Martin Hostetter, thirty-five
years old, whose nutomeblle struck und
killed l.iimumi uiuny, eit.ui years em,
ARMY GRID SQUAD
RUSHED TO CITY
Reading Ry. Provides Flying
Special, Clears Tracks, Makes
Recerd Trip Frem Jersey City
50,000 VISITORS EXPECTED
West Point's husky football squad
mode football history today when they
traveled en a special .train behind the
Iteaain'g's swiftest racing locomotive te
aMMphla for the annual game with
the'Nnvy Saturday at Franklin Field.
Football sharps say that never be
fore has either the Army or Navy renin,
or, for that mntter, any team listed in
the records of the sport, traveled te a
game by special train, with nil traffic
clenred from their path se that net a
minute would be lest.
The unusual distinction conferred en
the Army's first-string players, thirty
eight in number, who left West Point
early today In charge of "Charley"
Daly, the head coach, was the result of
their being behind schedule en the first
leg of the journey.
The team arrived nt Weehnwkcn nn
hour and a half late this morning,- after
a dilatory trip en the West Shere line.
They had lest a full two hours by the
time they reached the Rending station
in Jersey City and were ready te en
train. Officials Help Out
rawie iewis, general pnssenger
urn-Hi. ui uir ut-miing, uenru et ttie
delay, which had reached out and pinned
nn early "jinx" en the team, nnd ns
a geed army rooter he decided te see
what a little speed and efficiency could
de te remedy the trouble.
A few minutes after the tired squad
had arrived at the Reading station in
Jersey City rwe Pullmans and a day
coach had been shunted through thi
jnrds te the station platform nml were
coupled up with a big new locomotive.
one of the speediest "Pacifies" en the
While the conch nnd his squad of
Continued nn Pn Klshteen. Column Twe
ASK FACTS IN DAUGHERTY
Heuse Committee Calls en Keller te
Give Bails for Charges
Washington, Nev. 23. (Rv A. 1.)
Iho Heuse Judiciary Committee te-
(my nilented II rpHnlntiim nnlllnir m
Representative Keller, of Minnesota, te
present by December 1 u statement of
facts showing the alleged act or acts
rer wnien lie has asked for the impeach
llient of Atternev fmiirul I)iiiL'lii.riv
Mr. Keller further wus rciuested te
name as far as possible "the persons
Involved in each transaction, the time
nnu piace inereer and tue witnesses by
which such facts can be established."
The committee llrwti.il Hint Mr. Kel
ler be notified forthwith of its nntinn
nnd announced it would meet December
t te we up ine ennrges.
tlnt.iM.ctie i, iM ,, ,....i L"rlpeetl lmit night, shot and killed himself te-
en u wnrrunt, charging inunHteughter.
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DO YOU WANT A JOHI . 'JOCM
ilsnw of thm dvrUia laThe
WaW4 eciuwnf mm m
Because Clever Knew
Hew te Make Meney
All her relative!, friends and oo eo oe
ruai'ntance "undertook la spend it
At last, in desperation, she protects
herself by maklnti a decidedly
startling arrantcinent with a
yeunp' man. .
The events that fellow are brand
new in fiction. You'll find senti
ment and humor in litrta Ruck's
"The Subconscious .
TODAY PAGE at
A revolver shot fired into her own
heart by Mrs. Mnrle Coates In a lodg
ing house at 1C.18 Vine street was the
last despairing act of a great love for
which she sacrificed wealth and social
The refined, educated woman who
was reduced te toil as n scrubwoman
after her husband's death, Inst Mnrcb,
claimed kinship te the wealthy Vander
bilt family in a note written before she
killed herself last Tuesday.
The body Is. new in the mergne, tin
claimed, while detectives ere communi
cating with members of the Ynnderbllt
family te learn if her claim is true.
The romantic unexgreuna et rue
woman's life was verified in nnrt today
by a prominent attorney, who Informed
Deputy coroner wnru no Knew jirs.
Coates and something or her history.
Fell in Leve With Butler
She was a member of n wealthy
family in England, the lawyer said. In
her home an a Dutier was jnmes a.
Coates, a tall, handsome man about
fare years her senior. -
The youthful heiress fell In love with
the man who often took her wraps ns
she returned from sonic brilliant social
Her leve was returned, but slin nnd
the butler knew that marriage with her
relatives, consent .was utterly impes
sible. The girl weighed nil the cense
quences of an elopement, but leve was
stronger nnd she nnd Coates slipped
away and were married.
They came te this country nnd the
bride nt Inst notified her family, hoping
for forgiveness. But the runaway mar
riage was regarded as unpardouume,
an act of treachery te her custe nnd
the reconciliation never came.
Husband Was Doerman
Ther llnallv came te Philadelphia.
Coates, tall and blonde, of excellent
enrnnge nnu ine suave manner et rue
born butler, easily obtained a plucu us
He was engaged by the Packard
Motorcar Company at Its salesroom,
810 North Breud street. Fer nearly
eight years lie held the position und
wus known us "Jim" te hundreds of
ether empleyes und patrons.
About three years age he resigned,
but he occasionally visited thu Packard
salesrooms nnd cbntted with ncqiinint
nnccHIIIs health begun falling and lust
March he died of tuberculosis.
Mrs. Coates had opened a rooming
house at 14ft3 North Sixth street, but
the venture failed. As Coates was tee
weak te work she obtained a place in
June of last year as a scrubwoman at
a hotel here.
.After her husband's death, Mrs,.
Cities retained her rented room at the
ine street address. She received $S a'
week and her meals at
her body wus found
afternoon there was en!
in her pockctbeok.
Left Pathetic Letters
A number ft letters were found in
her room. In one of them, recently
written te "Arthur Jacksen," but un
nddressed, she snid:
"I knew that part of my nervous
trouble I inherit from the Ynnderbllt
family. I knew that grandfather Phil
ander Ynnderbllt was once in Bloom Bleom Bloem
lngdale. Engluud. His brother, Corne
lius, died in nn epileptic fit. Aunt
Alicia was crazy and se wan her son.
1 have severe headaches, tee."
Anether letter told of the death of
her husband nnd of her extreme pov
erty. In it she wrete:
"Dear Lilly: As time gees en I feel
my less' mere nnd mere. I am se ter
ribly lonely. I work in one of the
hotels here nnd room out. The pay is
tery small, and I find it hard te get
nleng. I don't knew why (ied gave me
this cress te bear, as Hurry and I were
alwujs levers. I have some very rich
relatives. They could provide for me
if they wished. If they only would!
Please write nnd cheer me up."
Net Known te Vanderbilt
Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., u son of
Brigndler General Vanderbilt, said nt
Washington today be never had heard
of Mrs. Coates.
"I de net think she was a rela
tive" he said.
Friday Mrs. Coates told maids at
the hotel that she intended te quit nnd
get a place nt a hospital. She hud been
reprimanded twice by the housekeeper
for slovenly work.
Empleyes at the hotel said she speke
very little about her past. She was
tegarded as peculiar.
Although she had grieved almost con
stantly since her husband's death, Mrs
Coates appeared te brighten up con
siderably Monday evening, about ten
hours before she killed herself.
Mrs. A. Fernldi, who conducts the
Vine street lodging house, said Mrs.
Coates was "downstairs" Mnnduv eve
ning nnd thnt she laughed and chuttcd
ns a talking machine was tihncd.
"She was slways pleasant and
friendly, but never spoke atieut her af
fairs," Mrs. Feruldi explained. "e
one here knew much about her."
The room where Mrs. Coates com
mitted suicide is plainly furnished, with
a white enameled bed, an inexpensive
washstnnd, bureau and two chairs, Sev
eral framed lithographs, Mrs, Fcraldl's
property, were en the walls.
Detectives found a life insurance pol
icy for $150 in an old-fashioned trunk.
One hlnte of the trunk was broken .Her
few garment k were gathered up nnd
placed in the trunk today by the lodg ledg
ing house keeper,
POST FOR MRS. FELTON
comes Honorary Chairman of Na
tional Weman's Party
Washington, Nev. 2:t. (By A. P.)
The Nutienul Weman's Party nn nn
peunced teduy that Mrs, W. II. Felten
of Georgia, first woman .Senater, had
accepted the pest of lieiuuury chair
man of its political council, formed re
cently with the object of bringing about
equal participation by women and men
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MRS. JOERGEN CASTENSKJOLD
Otherwise Piinress Dagmar of
Denmark, who laid aside her title
today when she married a lieutenant
MR IN REPLY TO
Clemenceau Welcomes Attack
en His Addresses Frem
HE EXPECTS TO CROSS
OCEAN MANY MORE TIMES
War Premier Leaves for Bosten
te Deliver Second Formal
Bu Asiectatnl Prcii
On Beard Clemencrati's Private Car
En Reute te Bosten, Nev. 23. Jubi
lant that he hnd nt least et America
tolktng'h'beut France and French rela
tiens, Geerges Clemnneenu worked te-
SHOTS FAIL TO HALT
Policeman Chases Men Who Hurled
Brick, but They Escape
Frem Brend te Eighteenth en- Chest
nut street enrly today Trnftlc Pntrol Pntrel
mnn Baker pursued two men who hnd
hurled n ceieretl brlcK tnreugn u win
dow of B.ichurr.ch'n quality Shep. Inc..
l.'MO Chestnut street. He fired sevcrnl
shots, but they escaped.
.The two men had been walking
rapidly west In Chennut street, hunched
up in their ou'ieents at 3:!0A. M.
Buker looked nfter the pnlr Indifferently
until nne Bllitilnnlr llllllL' n llnrlt Object
J through tin- display window of the
I The patrolman ran toward the men,
I who spotted him nnd fled with n lend
i of hnlf n block. The street wns de
serted nnd the fugitive were geed
1 vprlnters. They Ignored linker s re
volver shots and dnrted around Light
eeiitli street, where the bluecent lest
STICK TO MURDER THEORY
IN DEATH OF OHIO FAMILY
Suggestion That Poisoning of Six
Was Accidental Discarded
Ijinrtr. O.. Nev. 2.1. (By A. P.)
While partlnl solution of tbe mys-
nMMniMitlMn elm flentfia nf thf On '
tire family of Irvln IIcndfrsen fath
er, mother nnu tour Hmnn ciuinrrn-
ALABAMA M NE
BUST KILLS 14
Bodies Taken Frem Iren
Pit Save Threescore
GIRL SHRIEKS IN JOY
UPON SEEING FATHER
Docter Falls Unconscious After
Risking Life te Minister
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day en n new nppenl nnd n new breud- wns expcctiyi te eme tnreugn ""
Bu a Staff Cei respondent
h Ifarrlsburg, Pa.. Nev. 21!.-
prfeseutnUen of the subject of
tin. heti-l Wl.ni wepresentutien by men and women pe-
bit i. vestee nv Utlcul celebrities here today turned the
iv ihirt?.n e, nt WUh0 ,,f HeprcseirtntiM into n hetbetl
ly thiiteen cents f tl,t ,, IlclfI..iitaIl.v dniKged
PRINCESS NOW 'MRS;
WEDS, DROPS TITLE
Dagmar, 8liter of Danish King,
Married te Lieutenant
Copenhagen, Nev. 23. (By A. P.)
The marriage of Princess Dagmar,
feungest bister of King Christian, te
Jeutcnan( Jecrgen Castenskjald wis
celebrnted today. The ceremony was
performed in the church nt the cntle
Frcdensberg, one of the summer resi
dences of the Danish kings.
The bride was given away by the
Dowager Queen Louisa. In c'onfenunnuu
with the wishes of the Queen the mar
riage was strictly private.
Tiie counle will sneud their boner-
moon traveling in Denmark nd will
eventually tettlc en Lieutenant Uisten
skjeld.'s modest Jutland estate at Keng
At lier own request the bride will be
styled Mrs. Cnstenskjeld, retulning the
title of Princess only in the event of
widowhood or divorce.
The Princess' farewell te spinster spinster spinster
heed wns celebrated at the Fredensberg
castle last evening witli u song festival
In which King Iliiuken and Crown
Prince Olav of Norway, who were
among the wedding guests, participated.
Het Repartee Features Discus
sion of Equal Representa
tion in Heuse
side of friendly crltlclm te be launched
in his Bosten speech.
The nged ex -Premier of France wns
keenly interested in news of hew his
remurks were bning received, especially
in official (P'ashiiigten. He told Colo
nel Stephen BennI, hU tour conductor,
thnt some of the comment indicated
that the need for information in some
quarters was "even greater thnn he
"But nil the discussion is mere than
welcome," he declared. "That's what
I came for. I don't think for n mo
ment that I nm Hip sole repository of
truth, though I knew I have a great
The "Tiger" red In millionaire style
in Charles M. Schwab's private car,
Continued ea Pus Klchtrrn. Column Three
MINER WHO DISOBEYED HIS
FOREMAN IS FOUND DEAD
nation of the vital organs of the two
adults at Columbus today, officials her-
were basing their investigation or the
tragedy en the supposition that the
family died from the effects e poison
Theories that the deaths were acci
dental were cast aside while police and
county officials searched for the pos
sible pcrpetrnter and a plausible me-
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Opinion that the six persons whose Birmingham. Ala.. Nev. 23.-Werk
bodies were found in the Hendersen I ... . , , . ., VI , "
home yesterday died from the effects of , removing the dead from the Dolomite
ii quick-acting poison, possibly tuken mine, Ne. 3, of the Woodward Iren
ivllh their pventni- mpnl nn Tnnmlnr. fnnmnBr :.. ...1, :1. it-. ... .
"?KJJiLDr ll"Zh!Sii '"-""Pcd by an explosion yesterday, wns
Aged Weman Swoons When Her
Twe Sens Emerge in
a local physician, who attended them I
cAffflsel 1avc nrnvlntld )r tltnt ilnnthann!! '
yesterday performed an autopsy.
N URGED 10
BAKER PLEDGES BACKING
WELFARE CAMPAIGN REACHES $2,766,000 GOAL
The full amount of tae Welfare Ferleratlen's goal of $2,766.
OOO was reached today. Glmbel Brethers gave te final 825,000
$7500 AWA2DED PLAINTIFFS IN FATAL R. R. CRASH
A total of 57500 damages was awaicled in the V. S. Distttct
Court today te three plaintiffs. William BurTan. Mrs. Elizabeth
J. Beet? Miller and Mrs.. Catherine Beeth Tayler, who sued the
West Jersey nnd Seashore Hailread for damages Tollewinfj tne
fatal accident at Clnrksbore. Tf. J., November 1 eT last ytar,
when 10 members of the Blen Secial, Kensington, were killed.
LATEST RACING RESULTS
' BOWIE First Rempinjr Heme, S151.00. 949.60, ,128.30.
von; Neel. $12.30, 39.20, 2d; Dan E O'Stilllvan' 810.60, 3d.
Time, 1.08. El Derade, Ferhnla. Biillinnce, Seul Mate, Oran.
Kin Charming. Vanderburg. Pennen and Felside also ran.
PIERCE BUTLER NAMED TO SUPREME COURT
WASHINGTON. Nev. 23. Pierce Butler, of St. Paul, Minn.,
was named today by President Harding as Associate justice
of the Supreme Court te take the place ntacle vacant by the
U'sljjuatTeu of Associate Justice Day.
inside stories of PcnnsyUuuiu politics
into the limelight.
Mrs. (iilTerd Pinchot, herself inoiint ineiint
ing the pint form in it vivid coat of reM,
set the keynote of the meeting by cull
ing te women" te get within these little
rooms where groups of lenders e off
by them-ehes nnd settle the vital ques
tions of guNcrnment.
W. Harry Baker, speaking ns chair
man of the State Republican Commit
tee, took up her cry by pledging;
"As ions; as I am State ehairninn I
will tin ml for Miiitil renrcNunintieii of
men and women and I will put forth (
every effort te have put into effect leg
islation that will instil e this." '
In the uet breath he was predicting
thnt in the net fur-off future there.
-nulil h women members of the Sen
ate, beciiue women ure going te have
their riglit-. ,.,,,
"Out nt lUl members,' he said.
"tlirrty-een women are members of
the State Committee. Out of sixty
sBven wiuntiei. sixty women are vice
RESCUE GIRLS AT 'BEATEN SENATORS
WILMINGTON FIRE SLATED FOR I. C a
Philadelphia!! Among Several
Taken Down Ladders Frem
TRAPPED BY SMOKE CLOUD
The hostess and -i- young women
guests, one n Phil.nlelphl.ui, were car
ried down ladders te the street e.irly
today when the Catholic Daughters of
America (Jills' Heme. WJ Delaware
avenue, Wilmington, eaunhi tire.
Tlie flames swept ihieiigh the bls,.
President Said te Intend te Cive
scieus nnd tlie creun was cenecd te
TWO Places te Townsend ! the surface in a state of neneus -
BLOC OPPOSITION FORECAST
By CLINTON W. (.M.IIKUT
StefT Carrr.iwndrnt Kvenlnc l'el.llfl I lerr
CevuUght. 19llbV l'ublte Ledger Cemr.in
Washington, Nev. 2.",. It is sa.d
here en geed authority thut Prisjib-nt
Harding intends te mipeint Senators
vuuiirs i. MOWIlsetKI. nf All, .1,1,. .
chairmen. In the tw.i" voting pre- meat et tlie new fctiueiti-e. nnu a neay ' and Senater At lee Pomerene of Ohie
cincts outside of Philadelphia, with n i column of smoke pound into the upper I both of whom were defeated in the list
membership of funmittcemen of 10,ts".O, I hullwnys. Mrs. Anna 1 reman, lb.' , election. Us members of the Inters! t
3S24 of these are women. But this i hostess, was uwnkened bv the smoke ami , ('(,n,nil.r,,,. c,mSk011 ,,,, .,.!.,.,',
measure of S.naier flew's which gave shouted an alarm te tin- girls, asleep Chairman Charles. C. MiChurd I),.,,,',
women the .euitesy of sitting en iiiix- en the second and thiid tloeis (.rMt) llnil .Jeseph B. l':,tmun Ilu. I
lliary committees is net enough. lhe 1 he home is a beanlm.' Iieiih. for nwit ,,,,, M , lf ; -l'im-
Uniform Vilin.ir Act must be amended emplejed glr Is and i.cc.ip-in-- the bed- Senater Townsend rank" ,' m,l
se that eqiiil iepiesenintli.il must be a loenw were hat her Kli.g. ..t this Ity. , th() It..IMI tji1(.n ri ,Jn 0fu
,.,. ,.f i,.. ' who wns spending her list niglit there Seiute Inf..r,i . ! A ,n
matter el l.i. McCarthy. Wllmingien : AHee ""ml CtelITn'' -'"nmlf
Usal Machinery Needed 'Fester. Dever. Hbl. ; rim i Mulley. .,',"',. '.' "" '''"iieiene .auks s,H..
Hit' I',' TIT ! ki ii I. .1....
Ausriii ! Mi'Ciilleugii, cliairiiinn of
the State Democratic Committee, laid
stress en the neeesltj of legal machiii
cry te make equal lepreseutatlen pos
sible and took the credit for being the
first te gie himself ever te it.
"The Democratic Puity of Pcniisjl
vantu bus gmn the women (emplfTc
and eipial iiresentatieii in nil p.irty
mutters, and the eeuntj uniis, with
few except ions, h.ne done the miiiie
thing. Fer Instance, the State Com Cem
('iinllniHil nn r.iKe Klulilri'ii. Culunin One
BARON SONNINO DYING
Fermer Italian Premier Suffers
Stroke of Cerebral Apoplexy
Heme. N... 2:t.-(lty A. V.) V.)
Baren Sidney Sotinlne, former Ital
ian Premier aim i ereign Minister,
Wilmington; Hutli Sands, W Iminsmu,
nnd Helen Delglinu, Lam aster.
Mrs. Kremlin's screams wire heard
bv Ml'ler T. Ljnniu, n sep uf Mr and
Mrs. (SUbcrt Lyuam. !07 Diln 'letne
nue, whose dwelling adjoins tie home.
L.Miam threw en air ew iie.it and
run te the street, lie sm.ihed a sl.iss
panel in the front deer tiinl , raw Id m.
He was able te reach the s,., ,m, tleur
lauding, but was forced Inn k 1" n nU
L.Miain hurried te the street .nnl-injik
All the nuiig women hud been aroused
""""' , ;'r. renuTi-ne Is a personal
friend f I'resMent Harding, and it
has been epecte,l si,,,,. (l(. ts (le.
feute.l at the polls tm, . ,,,,, ,.
ajiiMiInted te some oflieu In tlie lV,,.ril
Orillli'irIK- !... U ... .
::' .sviiiii,. iinunnt iv con-
. ..i.i .
oejei-uon tll llppejllt-
'v -meitttifi s.. imt
ment of nm of It
the railroad rate situation i ,, iiurt)
nn issue in the mimis of Wes,,., ,'.
"' 'Olll enjci lien IllllOllg the
hlec and I'regrcssM memhers
arise, he Lseh-Cinnmlii. i
bv that liiiin. They wiupped i.sever, ., is Vais . '.!,, i ,," ",tt ",,,,,
their night clothing, and u. hv the! V; 1 ' , ' "K , "- Mr. Tewnsniil In
front windows of the hulMing. st .M,e ' ..." ,' "T v,,1,1" iln'a. labor
by the stairways was impossible. , ''? . the MielUga,, election. And
riremen swung ladders iig un-t th.M i .il, i ii ' i, ""-''"heeds which
stiuctine mid tire carried .lewn M.s. ",(,-"',l -Mr. Pomerene in Ohie.
find ih ujniu. I iii m r.
rri'inim ami MlSs MePnrtliv Tl... ,,rlu , l(n.. 1 ll ..,.. .- ..
then were taken down the add 'is i v,.ith , f .,","', "''"S0
Other tlietighters had dragged hose '.."J ,.'',,,, th l l,V1,"n,,""IS "'''''
lines into the basement und ch.sked the r''''ril" "" especlallj iicccptahle te
the farm bloc., which It" is the purpes..
et the Admlnlstratiun te conciliate.
left no hope for his reeev
Baren Sonlnne is seveiity-lic yen is
old. He was Prlmu Minister twice
before the war. but It was through
his service as Kendgu Minister
thiougheut th" r "lid during rhe
Peine Confueiice in Paris that he wen
his greatest pieminence in inteiim inteiim
When the atineiiuceineiir of Baren
Sonnino's grave condition was made te
Government elides, a 'succession of
Italy's most tmtiible pvTMcal person-
uges began dining te h residence.
Peunh'rlr urii.ll Cslhellei is a(
I iiiuiniiisi mi nn r.itiiiisrn, relumn rr
RIOTING IN AMSTERDAM
Serious Disturbance Are Caused by
Amsterdam, Nev. 2.1. (uy ,t i,)
Seiieiis disturbances eniised by unern-
peeii men uci-uircii nere lust night
nein in mem lire ennservm lv..s r.
lellette bloc will reach our for Iijiluencu
I in- leiimiiui. niiuerce t uiiiuiIh
t us llu fnrnuTH hup for ni-
l :; .; . ll,l, iHir
I ilttJlHl , UIKI IIUUl
ciniiii- it... .t i. I H'.'iiui- iiMii .it
"iiiij iiii- im'iiim nn i ii it . .. .
of the tnt..i-ii.,i.. ;..'..." "."" .Mueche, tumiiiiindiT
l iiininlttee nm In. Finn .... i . . , niiurr i.iiii
ei inr .t-iMlli
The litteistate Cennneice Ceinmls.
slen Is likely te become hlglilj iii)r.
taut in the course of the
completed by rescue crews aided by un
dertakers' assistants today after day
light. Company officials, nfter a check,
up, said eighty-four lives were lest
and sixty persons were injured.
Of the dead thirty-eight are white
men and of the injured SO per cent are
At dawn the weary watch about the.
pit appeared te renew hope thnt the
missing might be found, despite an
nouncement that "all the live persene"
hnd been removed. White nnd black
huddled in the biting cold about the
pit. Many cliildicn refused te be com
forted. They steed through the long
night watching every crew that emerged.
Jey occasionally rewarded women
and children by workers turning up
from out of the night, following their
escape from two ether exits. The ether
exits were miles from thu main entry,
nnd this caused families te be sepa
rated from these rescued for several
hours in some instnnces.
Greup of .Sixty Saved
Frantically battling against after
damp for three and one-half hours,
sixty miners pocketed in the forty-second
west entry of the mine were res
cued after they hud been given up ter
The sixty men. working in the entry
leading directly from the yard, were
completely shut off from escape follow
ing the blast. Fearing te penetrate the
shaft, all of the imprisoned men waited
patiently for developments.
As minutes ran into hours, tiie after
damp began te effect tie trapped men.
A brattice or protecting wall of coal
dtit was then piled up te shut off the
I The insidueus gas seen penetrated
' the temporary bulkhead and another
i was constructed. When members of the
i rescue team arrived with oxygen hcl
. mets nnd ether snfety equipment, hew
ever, they found nil the men t-tui con-
the. Manual e( Trams,
, inrge iiuiuncr in winnows n ihe mentu-. . major itv of tl i
big warehouses in the center of the Just elected wjll doubtless intemret
iii,v ni.iv - I-..,.,-..... .,. ,..Hf iniuie ii ii sous in .xixemtier us a inundate
..1. 1,..,... h.llrlitlv i imiiillii,. un i .. .....1 .... ....... i .. .. .' 'eiiiiii.
e""l," .-..., n ectfiui 01 "oeiio in u-i.-il ll'lieiu me ,Si' I, '
.1... .Iiiimitivl I I ,,,'v 1..... ' s. I,
the deuumsti aim's.
,HY. Ml I.OUMMI FOB HELP lEk.
haps Hie f-ty iiorsen you want l( adtar
tUlna undtr Situations M MM f.--4aV.
, nuns law.
, fin tint ether hand, the Adminisl
nun nun u lurge coustructlve pluii
Wild Cars Cause Accident
At least fifty men listed in the cas
uals were either killed or injured wlin
a train of trip cars limning will from
the tinnle crashed Inte the liiine yanl
in the mnin entry. This accident caiiseil
I the snapping of an electric cable, which
in turn set off the dust which resulted
.n the explosion.
i The concussion rocked the earth for
.miles meiiiin and eccuired s(, nearly
simultaneously with the accident which
produced it. that the victims were net
' nw.iri ")h.it was happening.
Desnite the tftct that lie was feeling
the i fleets of a dreaded black damp,
Dr. 1M V'ig!it, a member of the llrat
elimteer leseue ciew te enter Ne. .1
shaft hittlid ih"pcrutel thiougheut
the heuis if the night and did net
cease iniuisti ring te the dying until
lie himself hud fallen unions, tens by
Shnrth ,'ittir the lirst resi-ue films
were nis'inui d Inst ni-hl, tin plispjaii
effeied his s t lies. Kut, ring the mine
without an oxygen mask with members
of the T. C 1 Mine Iisiue le.iiu. Dr.
Wright did i.et leave the .id, dark
passjigewiys until he was carried euk
en a stretch, r.
Many of the mere seileusly injured
may succumb at the hospital in ii,,Hse
nier. where they were tnkin after they
were brought fiem the nunc hist night.
It was alter midnight before the
State Miliiin at the s( of the ills-
aster was able p elun tin dlstrlit
about the mine iimanie of hundreds
of curious who i.iiuc te watih the res-
Shortly In lore iiudiilght the work of
ideiitilicatieii of dead was hultid, an-
( entlllliril ull I'll it I.IkIiIhiii (iiIiiiiiu sit
VETERANS PROTEST GERMAN
OFFICER'S LECTURE TOUR
Object te Captain of Raider Emden
Telling Experience in Public
New Yerk. Nev. ".Il.-dty A P.)
The Military nlei of the W.uld War.
composed et I'lhcer veterans, today made
public a pretest against the pr, posed
i lectin e tour et Captain Helmut!) von
f the liermau
en I. Iiptllltl (ieeige L.
Parte, lemider gem nil uf the order,
"Thu Ameriiilil people an; entirely
tee ea,s) -going in nei mining witiieiit
pretest, sin h individuals as this former
lieriiian captain te tell tlnlr stories
puldicly, whether thev uie lecturers,
I lieie nre new an
r.nti.uai vm, hikijip, cMMi"Jir.iaany
"i singers or iluiicers Iheie nre
i peurlng in this (euu'iy mm mid wet
uriisii-wiin aie jusi ns mucii enenJ
ut Heart et the I lilted Stales as
weie wlicu we weic at vvur with
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