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PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1922
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ISKH1ED IN AUTO
CRASH NEAR SCHOOL
Cernell Man, His Companion,
Badly Hurt After Seeing
VICTIM WAS ASLEEP
WHEN CAR OVERTURNED
yexae Youth Was Resting After
Journey Frem Philadelphia
When He Lest Life
n. n. Allen, n. senior student nt
Prinratnn University, whose home Is
in Wichita Falls. Kan., was killed
early this, morning In an automobile
acclden'. near the New jersey univer
sity tern, en the way home from the
Penn-Oerncll football Reme.
A second youth, a Cernell student
who was driving Allen's big touring
car, was found unconscious near the
wreck of tlie machine and taken te the
The college authorities have net
learned his name.
Allen was dead when the machine
we found, en the Itldge read, between
ingsten and Monmouth Junction, about
four miles from Princeton.
The Cernell student, revived nt the
Princeton Hospital, said that he had
been, driving and had put en the brakes
when he thought he saw an object in
front of the car. The emergency brake
locked, the car, a very heavy and ex
pensive one. skidded and overturned.
Allen was asleep in the rear scut nt
the moment of the accident and ap
parently had no time or warning te
Mve himself. The heavy car, turning
iver wi.h terrific force, imprisoned both
ids. The side of the ear, according
te report at Princeton, struck Allen
across the neck, breaking his spinal col
umn and killing him Instantly.
The driver of the car, imprisoned
likewise, lay unconscious for severnl
hours. The authorities believe the ac
cident must have occurred ut 2 o'clock.
It wns (1 o'clock this morning when
motorist driving along the lonely read
saw the overturned machine, get help,
and lifted it up, disclosing the two in
Beth bejs were rushed te the Prince
ton Hospital. The surgeons there said
that Allen had been dead several hours,
and probably had net survived many
moments after the big car crushed him.
The driver of the machine wns restored
te consciousness but held at the hos
pital. He is net thought te be seriously
The Princeton authorities say thev
think i no Iiiijh lest their way driving
back in 1'ilnceten. At all events the
Cernell man. who was at the wheel,
hail never been ever the rnnd before.
They were several miles off tliir right
reml ;it the time of the accident.
Alan's family were net Hied by wire
f hU death.
WOMAN LOSES $1600G EMS
DURING TRIP TO OPERA
Miss Fannie Hawkins, of Ardmore,
Missed Jewels After Return Heme
Mis Fiinnle L. M. Hawkins, of
Pointer avenue, Ardmore. owner of the
Main Line Publishing Company nnd
letlie in women's dubs, bus notified
Uie police of the less of a ring and
hvalliere worth .$1000 during a trip te
the opera Wednesday.
Mi's Ilavklns, accompanied by two
rienils who Hn, l Ardmore, metered
n Wednesday te luncheon at the llelle-ue-Strn'ferd,
Inter going te the Metro Metre
elltuii Opera Heuse and rcturninv
.gain te the hotel for ten. lur"'"
She told the police that -he took off
l?i til I lern en let. .. .ii a
7 Vi ""' , """ " uiumenci. an
On U. S. Arts Beard
imethjst and a pearl, and worth S1000
Mil put It with i solitaire diumend rim
forth $0(10 in htr handkerchief and
landkerchlef in her handling
When she arrived home in the eve
ling the handktrehler was still In -the
andbiig, but the Jewels were gene.
DRIVER HELD AS DRUNK
IrVeuld Punish Own Brether en
Same Charge, He Declares
"I'd send my own brother te jull if
ke were breuglt before me charged
fin ?riv V!L """"""Wl" while in in
texlfiited," Magistrate Scott said this
horning during i hearing at ,he TVe".
Beth and tedcrul s rcets police Hint-Inn
t which Jeseph White wa's held In $3e
kail for n further hearing.
White, driver of n tnxlciib, was ar
tested early this morning by ihTtnlma
Pewith. who saw the machine zlg-zc"
Jlng for several blocks. B
in (irunK I would
: were un
told him, even if
TYPHOID SWEEPS N. J. TOWN
Five Dead, Nlnety-five III, In Epi
demic Caused "by Polluted Water
Franklin Furnwe. X. j., Det, t,
ii..v'fl.L'Flv Perf0's are dead and
llnety.fiye are seriously 111 ,"i
.lAulJl.0.rl,.,? 8T. the epidemic Is ,..,.
"' "eKei anil State health of 1 c ils
Mining Weman Is Sought Hera
Pnlipp nfflclnla !.. I .
Mncram signed bv i. RertZn U
Rlver-side Drive. New Yerk Citv ,.,
illlllff II nuiniul .."', roil-
lainiiiir n reniii.ut . . . "J,
ir. "llhVrkn iir.",,n WWhbIh
seman's name, but -.,i.i .f!Ve. "
trunrtte. thlrtv vi.. -iTi M.7'.
'i'i '"-""'fi MuckhBni,riii:
taa laet aaan
dty Monday, nebMtn'r.'
I r "iiai
IN FEAR OF ARSON RING
1 Detectives and. Sheriffs of Ches
ter and Delaware Jein in
MILTON B. MEDABV, JR.
Philadelphia arehlteet, appointed
by President Harding as a member
of the 'Federal Commission en Fine
MEDARY 1$ APPOINTED
ON FINE ARTS BODY
President Harding Cenfera Distinc
tion en Philadelphia Architect
President Harding today announced
the appointment of Milten D. Medary,
Jr., an architect, of this city, as a
member of the Federal Commission of
Fine Arts, te succeed Jehn Russell
Pepe, whose term recently expired.
Mr. Medary collaborated In prepnrlnr
tentative and preliminary plans for the
He was educated in the University
of Pennsylvania Scheel of Fine Arts
and has been practicing his profession
here for mere than twenty -five years.
He was at one time second vice presi
dent of the American Institute of
Architccta and also president of the
T-Square Club of Philadelphia, and is
n member of the Commission en Church
Buildings of the Episcopal Church for
the Diocese of Pennsylvania und 'chair
man of the Committee en Design of
Werklngmen's Villages, United States
Department of Laber. '
HELD WITHOUT BAIL
Appears in Court Bearing Vis
ible Evidences of Punish
ment by Avengers
CHILD TELLS EXPERIENCE
Sullen and silent, Jeseph Gallagher,
Dever street near Tasker, was held
without "bull tetluy for a further hearing
December 10 en n charge of attempting
a felonious attack en Emily Kilpatrlck,
fifteen years old, .100.1 Onkfern street.
A crowd attacked Gallagher last
night at Twenty-seventh nnd Moere
streets, near the Pennsylvania Railroad
yards, after the girl had beaten him off
with u roller skate.
The child wns tee ill te appear this
morning nt Gallagher's hearing in the
Twenty-fourth nnd Wolf streets station
before Magistrate Scott. Patrolman
Denngh.v, who saved fnllaghcr from the
mob's fury, and District Detectives
Itrennnn and McManus testified briefly
cf the attempted attack.
Gallagher'a face was bruised, the re
sult of the rough treatment given him
bv infuriated men who had heard the
little irlrlV cries for help.
Gallagher had leaped at her from be
hind n freight car.
Only once did Gallagher lift his
Centlnned en I'nae Twe. Column One
WOMAN DRIVER FAINTS
AT $10 TRAFFIC FINE
Tells Camden Recorder She 'Fol
lowed Boek of Rules In Passing Car'
Four motorcar drivers were ar
raigned before Recorder Stnckheuse In
Camden tedn, charged with viola
tions of the traffic rules. One man was
sentenced te six months in jail.
William Yenst, thirty-eight jears
old. of tll!l Vim Heek street, Camden,
rccehed the jail sentence. He was
charged with driving his automobile
while drunk. He collided with a trolley
ut Sixth and Line streets.
Mrs. Clara Mae Warner, forty-one
years old, of Audubon, fainted when
she was fined 10 for jmslsng a stand
ing trolley car. Her defense was thnt
the book of rules requires that "trolley
ears be passed en the right."
Klmer Cellins, forty jears old, of
West ColllnghWeud, was fined .$10 for
the same offense. Raymond Chase,
tuentwme jears old. of ISurlineten.
wbh lined $lt"i for passing a traffic sign
nnd a stunning ireiiey car.
MISSION TO AMERICA
Ne Specific Ceuntrlea Named by
Chamber of Deputies
Paris. Dec. I. (My A. 1M The
Chamber of Deputies today approved
an amendment, proposed ny its mill
tnrv committee, iiniireniiatlnir UOO.000
francs te "send a mission of five effi
cers te America" ter tun purpose of
advancing geed relations.
rse spccinc countries in eitner rvertli
or neutli America were mentioned
during the brier discussion,
Wiien me amendment was moved
Deputy Dnrthn exclaimed:
"Missions like that of General Man-
gin have done enough injury te
France." At tills tlierc were lively
pretests from union imrts of the
chamber, and War Minister Maglnet
took the tlenr, exclaiming:
"I cannot allow it te be said that a
mission as glorious as that of General
Maugln lias done injur te France,"
General Maualn lslteil Menth
America last year and represented
France at the Periivinn Inileneiulenna
Celebration. He was uiven warm rer'en.
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m m fire
M 2 COUNTIES
Structure Owned by Harry
Themas, Near West Chester,
Destroyed Early Today
A large barn en the farm of Harry
Themas, of Frnaer, near West Ches
ter, was destroyed by a mysterious fire
nt 2 o'clock this morning, mnklng the
thirty-sixth burned since- mld-Reptcm-ber
In Chester nnd Delaware Counties.
The district attorneys of both coun
ties, the Htnte Fire Marshal's effice.5
this State police, ami 'vigilante have
been trylngjtp solve the mystery. The
less no for lirut been estimated nt
$210,000. . MM;
Many farmers' tt0X (unfertile regions
lying west nnd seutfnvest of Philadel
phia are In nightly fear that their
barns will be the next marked for
destruction. Most of the owners are
sleeping with shotguns close nt hand.
All the crops nnd nil the farming
implements in the Themas barn were
destroyed. Automobile parties who dis
covered the fire rescued twelve cows,
four horses and two automobiles.
The flnmei were sheeting through the
born reef when motorists pounded en
the doers of the Themns homestead nnd
aroused the eccupnnts. The fire spread
te n chicken house, n garage and u
weed house und heavily damaged nil
Sparks fell en the reef of the farm
house and the reef nnd walls caught
fire in sevenl places. Firemen from
Berwyn, Pnell nnd Malvern played
streams eri the house and saved it.
Mr. Themns estimated his less nt
510.000. pnrtly covered by Insurance.
Majer W. Mutler Wlndle. District
Attorney of Chester County, snld today
detectUes of Delaware and Chester
Counties are co-operating in a search
for the supposed fire-bug. RewnnW
totaling ?3100 have been offered. $1000
each by the two counties, 91000 bv in
surance companies nnd $100 by the
Willlstewn Union Association, com
posed of 150 farmers.
Net Clue Found Yet
"Se far the investigators hnve net
turned up n single clue," said Mnjer
Windle. "We suspect un nrsnn ring,
although the llres may be the work of
a demented person.
"It would net he possible for us te
place guards around the Inrger barns.
Our resources are net sufficient."
Majer Windle said he did net believe
some of the fires iiilcht have been caused
by illicit liquor stills.
"I de net countenance thnt theerv."
he said. "The owners of the barns
Ven Moltke Quits Ex-Kaiser
After Clash With Hermine
Wilhelm'8 Bride Insists. en Mere Freedom of
Action for Her Husband Than
Deem Castle Provides
Bti AeclatrA Prtn
Deem, Helland. Dee. 1. The first
change In the Kaiser's household since
Princess Hermine took ever the reins
l the departure of Count en Moltke.
the court marshal.
The new "Emprc" hn signified
her intention of tni'titutliig n regime
which will be directly opposed, te the
policies of Ven Moltke. -
The dispute between Princess Her
mine and the retiring mnrshnl is snld
te have arisen ever the question of
whether the Knlsrr should confine him
self te Deem Castle. The former Em
peror's bride favored mere freedom of
movement for her husbnmi, but this
was contrary te the wishes of Ven
Moltke, who Is regarded as responsible
for the virtual imprisonment of Wll
helm within the garden walls.
Princess Hermine and her youngest
dnugliter take dally Wulks outside the
cnstle grounds anil she hns appeared
severnl times In the town of Deem.
The Knlser hns been frequently seen
Willi her In pails of the ground, ami it
Is expected thnt she will seen prevail
upon him te nccempnny her en trips
te the village. , , . ..
Anether change In the household
regime thnt Is probably traceable te
Princess Hermlne's Influence Is the
prospective departure f Dr. Hneehner,
the court physician, who seen leaves
the castle te tnke up Ills private prac
tice In Amsterdam. ,
The new mistress of Deem Castle
chats freely with nil lerts of people
during her dnlly walks and is evidently
desirous of mnklng friends. She has a
very pleasant manner en these occa
sions, visiting with liny one who show.
much interest in her new surroundings.
She is already gaining popularity
among the townspeople of Deem, and
mnny children of the village were guests
at a recent party given In honor of
her daughter's fourth birthday.
IGNORED BY MEN
mm m SHOP
IS GRAVELY ILL
Physicians Admit Less of VI-
tality by Merchant Despite
COLD PROVING SERIOUS
Jehn Wnnamnker is gravely ill nt his
home, 20,12 Walnut street.
Though his physle.lnns de net pro
nounce his rendljinn hopeless, they de
net minimize Us seriousness. This
morning thev Issued an early bulletin,
at 7:30 o'clock.
It said :
With the continued less of strength,
nnd vitality. Mr. Wnnamnker passed
a comfortable night.
HARVEY SHOEMAKER, M. D.
ALFRED E. STENGEL. M. D.
WILLIAM E. QUICKSALL, M.D.
The "lesn of strength nnd vitality"
is serious because of Mr. Wann
maker's eighty-five years. He was
seized yesterday with a fit of cough
ing, which the physicians found It dif
ficult te control, and eeuahed inter
mittently during the day. Thla greatly
exhausted his strength.
Last night's bulletin showed the first
trace of real anxiety en the part of
Though resting comfortably, Mr.
Wannmaker has today passed through
un exhausting series of attacks of
coughing, and as a result his condi
tion assumed n grave uspect.
Mr. Wanamaker's Illness began two
months age. He was then at Lyndeu
hurst. his country estate, but was
brought te Philadelphia te be nearer
medicnl attention. Theueh his mnladv
destroyed arc all reputable persons, and merely is a "cold," Its long duration
net or tne type wne would ne maxlng
liquor en the sly."
Edwnrd McCarey, Deputy State Fire
Marshal, has been investigating the
recent fires. "As yet we have been un
able te place the blame for these tires,"
Mr. McCarey said. "In most enses the
fires have taken place in the Inte after
noon or early evening when the farmers
and thler families hnve been close bv.
Although men of the burns hnve bee't j
ijinureu, verj lew 01 iiiem uuve nail ine
contents insured ninl practically none
of them has been covered for the full
Ouilircati Centers In West Chester
The barns destroyed by fire vary In
slze from small, one-story frame build
ings te large, modern stone nnd brick
barns valued ns high as $.10,000, They
have been scattered ever the length
and breadth of the two counties, al
though the Inst live have centered
around West Chester.
As far as we have heen utile te
HR m VOl! AMU. I.OOKlNll KOR ,MAY
in sCildv. J1 f w,ntV M,v""
and his advnnced age make it serious.
Jehn Suedel Receives Contents of
Shotgun en Bethlehem Pike
Jehn II. Suedel died in the German
town Hospital as the result of a gun
shot wound in the side received while
hunting with his brother-in-law.
Charles Steutenburgh. thirty years old.
of 5033 North Tenth street.
Suedel, who was twenty-ene years
old. and lived at 241S North Delhi
street, was walking along Bethlehem
Pike yesterday with Stouteneurgh. en
the lookout for game. According te
Steutenburgh. his shotgun was-accidentally
discharged, the lead striking
Suedel in the side.
Htentenburuli carried the victim te u
find out these fires de net seem te be nearby farmhouse, and from there tele
the went ei ii llribua or eaiiir of burn, nhened for aid. The wounded man was
burners, but. en the ether band, it is taken te the Germuntewn Hospital,
e te account for them
unusual te hnve a (treat
where he died seen after having been
Steutenburgh was placed tinner nr
"I li tint unii
many fires shortly after the liny Is put rest by the police of the Gcrmnntewn
nwny, as It is known te be subject te I station.
opentancous comuustien. However,
during the period of these fires there,
hns been virtually no dnnger from lm
fires. It hni had time te nge nnd lese I
much of the quality that eenerates coin.
bustlen. Alfalfa may be responsible for
the numerous blazes. We have hud ex
perts studying this question, but as
yet nothing definite has been decided
Neighbors of several of the fnrmeis
whose barns were burned reported te
tlie authorities that stills had been in
operation in the bnrns prier te the lire.
"We have been unable le trace any of
these Area te the presence of stills in
the barns," Mr. McCarey said. "In
olio or two cases It was eldeut that
the buildings had contained stills, but
they had been removed from the prem
ises before we arrived."
J. HI MT DARED
IN COURTTO FIGHT
Man Called Liar by Lawyer
Shouts Challenge te
DISTURBER IS EJECTED
Jehn R. K. Scott was invited out
into the corridor te fight ny Jehn
O'Brien, of 1230 Mnscber street. In
Quarter Sessions Court tedny at the
trial of I. Austin Wolfe, n lawyer-pawnbroker.
Wolfe Is being tried before Judge
stern and a jury en cuarge et receiv
ing stolen goods.
O'Brien, who was n spectator today,
had been a witness earlier in the. case.
He was ordered out of the courtroom
by Judge Stern tedny.
During Wolfe's testimony in his own
behnlf, Mr. Scott, ythe pawnbroker
attorney's lawyer, spoke of O'Brien us
"a liar, a blackmailer nnd n thief."
Assistnnt District Attorney Scheficld
indignantly resented the application of
tliese epithets te the wlness, and de
manded thnt Mr. Seett repeat them for
The attorney repented "a linr, n
blnckmniler nnd n thief" iu a loud
voice that ,ll could henr.
Shouts His Threats te Lawyer
O'Brien, in the audience, jumped te
his feet nnd sheuted: "Yeu come out
side, Mr. Scott, nnd you won't dure
O'Brien glared at Mr. Scott as he
was being led from the room en Judge
Stern's ejection order. The ntterney
calmly continued his examination of
Mr. Scott's excorintien of the witness
wns because of testimony by O'Brien
that Wolfe had tried te hire him te
"frame" Dr. Ilyninn Dickman, brother
of Nnthan Dickman, former clerk iu
the pawnshop and a witness against
Testifying tedny Wolfe 'denied in $
entirety tbe story told by the witnesses
thnt he had been a party te purchase
of stolen goods from thiei-es.
BLIZZARD SWEEPS FOUR
Gales en Lake Superior Tear
Freighters Frem Moorings In Duluth
St. Paul, Dec. 1. (By A. P.) In
tcrruptrd wire communication, delayed
train service, half a dozen nersmiN in.
jured nnd damage which probably will (
run into several nunureii thousand dol
lars were the result of freak Thank,
giving wenther In Minnesetn, North
ai.d Seuth Dnketn and western Wisconsin.
uign wintis, mm nna snow were
Four Aute Bandits Smash Win
dow of Germantown Avenue
Stere, Escape With Furs
HOLD-UP BAND BEATS
Picked Up in Race Street, He
Cannet Talk or Give Clue
Four automobile bnndit smashed two
plate-glass window nnd snatched $700
worth of furs from n shop nt 233 Cer Cer
mnntewn avenue nt 1 :30 o'clock this
morning as the owner of the store, Mrs.
Annn Luthermnn, was ru-lilns te the
ctreet shouting for help.
.urs. i,utncrmnii wns nt the rcur or
tllC Stere With XCVernl lVl..n,l., tuhen
she heard the windows shattered.
Iran out and saw three men climb
ing into the windows." she told the
police, "and 1 shouted te them tn
Ihey paid no attention te me, how hew
ever. One of them wlin HineH hneV
of the ethers en the sidewalk seemed
te be the lender, and 'I heard him give
erdera te "Get it nil ! Don't step!"
'It was all done us quick eh u flash.
They grabbed the entire window display
nnd leaped te their car. I reached
the sidewalk jiM as the car darted
away. But I wn'i nble te get the num
ber of the license. The mnehlne was n
large touring cur.
"The bandit" were ull young men.
The eldest one, who ncted as the lead-
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ID ON SPECIAL
Fermer corporal of marines nnd
"war son" of Mrs. Margaret If.
Watsen, 2040 North Urntz street,
reported murdered during a qunt rel
IN 1924, SAYS HOOVER
Confident Public Will Appreciate
His Policies by That Time
Pale Alte, Calif., Dec. 1. (By A.
P.) The Republican presidential can
didate in 1024 "obviously will be War
ren O. Hardinc." Secretary of Com
merce Herbert C. Hoever snld In en
interview nt lis home here today.
"Moreover, by that time," Mr.
Hoever said, "the public will be highly
annrecinttve of the sanity und preitres-
sic character of the policies that will
have brought this country through the
Continued en I(UtFKlilit. Column One reconstruction period."
GIRLS' HELD HOCKEY SCORES
All-Scheel Team ... 3 14
Etceteras 3 2 5
All-Philadelphia ... 8
All-New Yerk 1
CUBANS PLAN AERIAL PASSENGER SERVICE
HAVANA, Dec. 1. Preparations for an aerial mnil nnd pas
senger service between Havana, Santiage de Cuba and ether
Cuban ports are going forward today with the arrival of two
metal juulcer monoplanes. The aii craft are designed te cany five
passengers. It is reported thnt the German promoters inteie&ted
in the scheme plan te use the planes later in establishing new air
routes te the "West Indies, Central America and gulf ports.
2 DEAD, 2 DYING
IN PISTOL DUELS
Negro Killed by Bullet Fired by
Man He Had Wounded
Progressives Call for Optn Pri
maries and Direct Elec
tion of President
DISAVOWED AT MEETING;
Moderation Keynote of La Fol Fel
lette Conference Ne Bind
ing Legislative Program j
NORRIS CHOSEN CHAIRMAN
Plan te Outbid Harding in Help
ing Farmers Through
STUMBLES ON BODY
MANY SEE STREET FIGHT
rn r ificmni TCOT MAnC
ICLC'f Iwiun I few i mnwu htermi en Luke Superior,
" ' TemnerntiircK ilmnnxil MhUu...i.i..
Sending of "Long-Dlatance Sight" :c,.,legree fall being recorded within
WILLS ALL TO WIFE WHOM
HE HADN'T SEEN SINCE 1890
bv Wireless Demonstrated In Paris
Paris, Dee. L f.ny A. iMplf iMplf
visien, or "long-distance sight' by
wireless, had u preliminary exper
imental demonstration nt the Sorbeune
tednv by Kdeunrd Helin, Inventor of
the 'transmission of photograph by
wire. Flashes of light were directed
en n Mieiiiuni element which, through
another Instrument, produced sound
....AM Tlii'ie uiive ncre then tnken
un bv a wireless apparatus that repre-1 ty-tue jeurn age and never saw again.
uureu tne iiumics ei iigni en a mirror.
TIiIh wan offered as proof that the
general principle of projecting a sta
tionary scene had been solved.
Twe men nre dend and two nre dyimj
ns tile rcMllIt- nf tn-n rernlvep .limits nm
vJwL xKTv!!!1 r?, of xUp ! f""8't rerlj today In house e- V. ,uU
ertnvest. Most of North Dakota un . . . .L . i. ,
blanketed with Hecral inched of "new ' "frept n"r ll'n,h' thc et,"M "l Mem')1,i''
A gale was sweeping Luke Superior j nm' femeis-et streets late lant night.
Twe freighters were swept out into the I As the cllma of nn argument at ion
SjJrHir L?.!,Vfmu,letl ."'Melen street, at :t o'clock this morn-
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severnl bullctx into the chest of IMwanl and, accenlln
Hrewn, thirtj-tm- years old, -11! North Hubert Ogden
Jersey Crime Revealed by Dis
covery of Yeung Weman
Strangled te Death
HER JAW BROKEN BY ATTACK
a few hours here.
East Rutherford. N. ,1., Dee. 1.
flSy A. P.) While en his way te work
ln the greenhouses of Julius Roeur at
Wellington, near here, earlv today,
Martin Pelack stumbled across the
'oily of a cirl about nineteen years old,
lying near one of the green houses.
The Birl bud been seerelv benten
te County Physician
nml County Detctiv,.
it i. i ... .1.. . ' iiiirry Liawsen. whn !,- . .
.19 urenii muik kiibuiiik i iuL- iiuur , ,- , , ',, ",.""" suiiiiiieneu,
ne ntmeii u pistol at w uiiutns neart ;,., ,?; "'"".""'e es'-auneii.
and fired, the bullet killing the Negro n,1'!P flf s 4.eietning contained i
instantly. Williams' wife saw the mnr,' e, identitlcntlen. She was blen
I nently dresied
BRAKEMAN KILLED SHORTLY
AFTER FATHER'S PROPHECY
duel. "" "y nreswu ti, black, with black
Husband Paid Her S7R P.,k u 'J I'hurles Cehen. 1004 Melen street, ,,..'. ' " Klrl' '","rlliiK
Husband Paid Her 875 Each Menth nm1 mlw (reniH ere having a partj ""''nty ethcinls. us evidently Pnlisb
tnm Tkl.lu.t.u. J I I I II. I ..1. 1.. t.. AttCT II S1llieihln n. !.' .1 .
'vi ninvinu Tears I nun nurruncii u iiiit.uiii wutiiiiip iiuiii ., . , ,'.. .''""""lien lit
Oakland. Calif.. Dee. i.(Iy A, p) , Wlllbin,,. who , llirt at 1MB Melen "g Cjjum, 'l..c,a Ogden , , "ere
' s Vu'. :n"' w"?m "M'artci jnir-.Ti ;..". '.V.,. u, . ,k V . V,: broken ami her Uh , m .V',"lr J,nv si, , 1
" n ..--. . ... 1..II.... n..t. M...-11. ,!
quarrel started when tlie egre came . -" .eeiir. owner of the arern.
for IiIh wife. ,T.S,.,'e,'r ".,en; .,,H ,M"y reunil
Lieutenant Coreernn arrested 1M- ,0lV ,,lu; authorities thnt ul0i ,
ward Maynard. JS's North Thirteenth '''leek last nicht he heard ul,at h.'
street, who wuh at the party, lie Is ""ki were tnrec sbets. followed i,v
was mentioned iu affectionate terms in'
ma win, en iiiti ncrn leuay, and be
queathed the estate of (ieerge Niittinc
sixt-twe. it mntnrinnn who died in
Richmond. Calif. The prepertv con cen
sists of .filine iu addition te life in
surance. W 1 l.,n..Uii... .1.-
... ... ...... him. np, i un iiecuriii ii . i
snld he had found correspondence In- ,,0',blc sheeting
illciitinir VntiliiL- liml ion, 1. 1.. ,.u.. .. J Hundreds et
resided at Auburn, Me., .7.- month v l,el,lt!t 1)f vuntuge last night during the
throughout the thlrty-twe 'vear.s. icneIvit light uptown.
. I liiti duelists were Charles hutten,
charged with carrjlug a concealed
deadly weapon and also Is held as a
muterlal wltnets. Cehen tied after the
persons watched from
cries as of a child in pain
s en the
Dllli.liilu m...l,l... .1
',"..1. :"".'.'.",'- ,ln(' Bround nd-
put and searched about tl',t. ,.,,.. J"
but found nothing. l. .. i.i ,,rM iHe
i rrt lirt lUiiu .. I...1I . ! IIP!'
..,..'.. ",".,.""" "' '"""'l "'"d
Mil I n ihiii ,
By CLINTON W. GILBKRT
Stair Coirmpendcnt Kirnlns Public f.-dpr
Copvrteh', ta;s, bv PvbUc L'datr Cempamm
Wanhlngten. Dec. 1 . Moderation
wns the keynote of the progressive con
ference, which was held in the Agri
cultural Committee room of the Senate
office building tedny. Ne hnrd-und
fast organization nnd no definite pro
gram wns adopted.
Sennter La Toilette, In his remarks
te the members of Congress nnd mem
bers-clect who assembled, Jlsuvewed all
third-party intentions. The meeting,
he declared, was for the purpose of
agreeing, if possible, upon u Icgitdativ
program. It was net te be binding upon
any who attended, every one being left
free te fellow his own Individual judg
ment when thc program was presented,
en thc fleer of the two house;.
Senater Nerrls, who was Ichesem
chnltman of the conference, spoke te
the same effect.
Ne attempt was made te frame Icgls-'
lutien today, but committees were ap x,
pointed en shipping transportation and
rural credits. These committees will
report te subsequent mee.lngs of the
Thc conference udepted the following
"Resolved, that the pregrewivt
minded Senators and Representative T
all parties agree te meet from time te
time and co-operate whole-heartedly in
order te accomplish the fundamental
purpose upon which we nre nil united,
Te drive special privilege out of
control of Government and restore it
te the people.
Te this, end we will oppose un
ceasingly special interest legislation,
and in order te prepare scientifically
te meet the critical situation that
confronts the Natien, we propose te
create special committees composed,
of members of the Senate und Heuse,
en-operating with men of affairs and
experts, te prepare nnd submit te this
group for consideration from time t
time during this and the next Con
gress practical and constructive plana ,j
for dealing with the following great ;
subjects; Agriculture, labor, rail
roads, shipping, natural resources,
credits, taxation, amendments te the
Constitution looking te the abolish
ment of the electoral college and the
curlier meeting of newly elected
"In order te restore nnd perpetuate
the control of the people ever their
Government, we propose the Institution
of a nntlen-wide campaign in the vnri-
I Oils Stntea fnt rliriwif illen firlmnt-a '
for all elective efhees, including the
presidency, nnd for effective Federal
und Stute corrupt practices ants."
Moderate Elements Present
The presence of Senators Capper,
Berah and McNury ut the conference
Indicated that thc meeting embraced tbt '
mere moderate elements of the progres
sive group und gave assurance that te
purposes of these who met were prac
tical and that no very rudlcnl program
would come out of the sub-committees.
Senater Ilernh maintained his habit
ual detachment. He arrived ut the
conference late looking net very en
thusiastic. He spent u few minutes
behind the closed doers, during which
be declared that he was with the move
ment if it contemplated a legislativa
program, but net if it hail In view tbt
selection of political candidates.
Among the ether Senators nnd Sen
aters-elect present in the conference
Kroekhart. of Iowa : Frmder. nf
i Dakota ; Wheeler, of Mentana :
tend, of Minnevetu : Ladtl. Ner-
ns. iiwen and Sheppard. Included
among the members ami future membera
of the Heuse in attendance were Frear
and Cooper, of WIscenin ; Keller, of
Minnesota; Woodruff, of Michigan.!
Iftiddlesteti, of Alabama; Reid, of Illi
imls, and Mrs. JIuck, of Illinois.
Te be cfleciive, the progressive pro
gram must have the support of the
moderate members and of a large nura-
uer ei iicmnuruis, .ml te commend
Rebert Manwiltcr Falls te Death ttetween Freight Cars en Last MAJESTIC SMASHES RECORD st'reeV,' whoietliuoSif &
Shift of Night Duty in Reading Railway Yards ' . . .. . , . ' neiir lhp 1,c,irt' ,,ml wmiiim Ahem,
i' J Liner Makes New. York-Cherbeuroi twenty. eight jeais old, "JS Araminge
Rebert Manwlller, twenty-nine years
old. of 4545 North Cher street, was
killed early today a few hours after
his father, Harry Manwlller. had pre
dicted that he would meet with u fatal
The voting man was a brakemnit en
the Philadelphia and Rending Railway,
and met his deuth when he fell between
two box cars at 4 :4."i o'clock this
morning In the Wnne .It Ilnji freight
vards. It was te have been his las
iilght en duty
Lnte last evening when he wns get
ting ready te go te work his mother,
Mrs. Louise Maiiwiller, was preparing
his lunch and said te him :
"Hen, I don't like you te be working
nt night." . .. .
"Don't worry, mother," he replied,
"this Is my last trick nt night duty."
After be had left the house the father
turned te his wile nnd sain : "That boy
Is going te be killed; mark my words."
Willlnm Hwelgert, conductor of the
freight train, said lie hnd seen the
young brnkemnn a few seconds hefen
the accident, sitting en the reef of n
"I did net see him fall,'
Trip In 5 Oaya 6 Hours iiveniu', seriousiyweiiniicu m me uoue-
P.) Ileth men emptied .45 caliber pistols
lllfKl.tt t.i ll.... .1... I....I. " . ""i UU-
.l.l ... ... .1... .- Ill' Illlll. 11 .1 u .11. .. . I II..-IE . .1. . 1 ...
found a nmi t.V ilm.1 i, " "t"wm' '"" ,() .,mwj ,,","eis It will have te
iffH of f,iU L J llnt nn(1 veral he largely one of opposition te tM
sK y f e"Tenla VZyhe Hl "Le,lt iV""""8 ,re?r"I1 ,f, "' ' , 'T-nt et
fount Detective I ,. '. , ' '"'s ,;ler,'1 lKl-ltln in Ills mcHn(a
nl,ce ,WlnlaVii'WD n.ml ''" tllllll the ship subsidy bill ,.OW befOM
...i.,.i ,i. "':..:. ""V,h. "' le cas((
u: ' .' ."'i """"..."" hl Klrl bad
Nmv Verk, lec. 1. (Ily A.
been murdered en the "meadows" ,,'!
1 the body carried te the nine, ,..','
The Majestic, world's largest steamship. I containing six shots each. i wns feuni1'
also became the world's fastest liner. The duel occurred about in o'clock 'Ure ursi , -
today, according te the White Star last night. Ahern, walking down Mem- HEAR WALL STREET BLAST
Nfllfl Ktfal. I I. Imt lvlinti kin rntnn1nul I.... i.. ..
I heard the uolse 0f his Cheibeurg breakwater In the dins, six
phis street with friends, saw
a short distance lu front of bin
... with au&rtui 15-LANDED IN U. S.
n in u I . p , ,, 7 ""c? J' , ,r ' "'""V", '."V"', Breaking the a pistol protruding from his h p pocket. ' -
. ier1 I.e., e 'k il1' f,;r,(Vcr rA Mi by the Mauretanla Alien, ran up and seUed the weapon, Mysterious Ship Passenger at phi.
wiis no theic ami I slginled te ,top of five dies, eight hours, ten minutes, whereupon Sutten took another revolver i,i,ri ti,., t. . E ,,U
he tialu. I was tee lat.. te save him. The Mauretanla made her best speed te Iren, his pocket and began sheeting. ''nd Thought te Be Linde
however. I he wheels had net passed Cherbourg en June 12 .but en Nevcm- Ahem dropped te the pavement.1 Nw YerU, Dee. 1. (tv v )
.V,LJ i"i,'. ii. I'' Ir"nvnr'1 !ril'K had ' ; :'.of ,,l'ls "; '" the lejug.i te wounded, hut llrcd back until his pistol uosterleus passenger fren'i tlm steiim.
struck I. in. He was uncoiiKcleus when N" ty from Cherbourg In five days, was emptied. Sutten, wounded near rtl,'l Lltuanla was taken te K! H r d. ,
we get him out and he d ed five min. seven hours nnd th rtv-t !m, mi,,,,... i, !, .,n,,i , i,u i ;....... milm. Wn,,,,., ...... ".. '' f.'','H. "ani
... ....,., . w ,.,n in,,,,,, ,,,-fituj .-.-.... ..,.,, Ir. ,-,.. I'lirreiii flint ,i...
niter thi) tight wiis ever and thc police ' l'asse,1RPl. W(H Welfc Lindenfeld, nllus
uiiiiii nun ijuig in i ne ueurwuy. niuimu i.iniie. wne wus nr rented hv
A search of Sutten's home revealed agents of the Department of Justice In
a still and ether cuuinment for mom. Wursnw lust enr i .....-. .'".". !!'
shining, many pistols and sawed-etl . the Wall street explosion of lli'ii
shotguns and a, large quantity of um- Officials nt Kills Island declined tn
lllllllllinn. 1'0 ICO nelievc Hie weniunw lilenlirv the up, .,!
He was taken te St. Luke's Hospital
but was dead when the surgeons ex-
ilneu him. He wns iinmii'iie
lived with hts parents. The father also
Is a rallreud empleye, working as clerk
en a wreck train of the New Yerk di
vision of the Reading,
The Majestic wns recently clennn.i i.,'
drjdeck at Ilosten nnd iiiulpped with
new propellers. She left Ambrose Llelit
November 25 at 12:57 P. M., and
keening an average speed of 24.50 knots
nn hour, arrived at Cherbourg ut 12:10
Were kent for the nuroesn nf rial,, I,,.
nn vnri WANT A HBVn lrn,.n... .. :...i. ..-..."", -
".'..vr.!riij -.j-i""i-. ."-"'.". rrr '"'vniuHjiii, auruiii in case or a mill
:minru cuiurani or i no isvanina Puh. IOn. , .,. i.... ...;... i -'V'r:
.. vi luum suns were in runvrnieni
'fh ei"'"1 oeunin of the Bv.nln pA. n
llu jdr Hit jam of th bcit bsrislrit u .
tit eun4 In usii Cars ta sn at. 4?v, )'
laefs in every room of the beute.
Mnnrftuttt i"it.. ..
Jeeil, of the New Yerk police, who
has made two trips te Poland in con cen con
nectlen with the explosion mystery, re
turned en the Lltuanla yesterday.''
Hid for Tarni Vete
The Administration In the conference
held jesterduy in the White Heuse
made Its bid for the farm vote. The
President, Secretarj Waiuce, Senater
Ledge and ethers representing commit- ,
tees en agriculture, banking and cur
rency agreed en it program of rural
(.reditu, a new banking sjstem for leaned
of longer terms than are practical for '
Federal Reserve Hanks en livestock ana
reiis ei which uv turnover IS net quick '
ami Increased fucllitieH for
leans en farms, MO
The announcement of this pregraa """""
was made Just en the eve of the Pre,
gressive conference today In some mmm 'It
lire te meet the demands of the fa rat mln m
which the Progressives propose te aafk Wt
It is te be aunnesed that th rV
t.'entlna4 n Yuf KUtil, CsJaar
AFABTHKNTH TO HVtT BTBlir
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