Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, December 12, 1922, Night Extra, Page 19, Image 19
!ffl ' H) rm mm As ,.,-tWu:. T. .i'. ifr -tA l .w ALL CITY MOURNS MERCHANT'S DEATH Religious and Business Leaders Acclaim Mr. Wanamaker as Man of Highest Aims "CANNOT BE REPLACED" Men prominent in nil lines' of' on en .kirn today joined In expressing ; deep ncrtt nt the , leath of Jehn Unrui maker mid praising his life as ene that "a" left the world better for his havlnB "'official of the Presbyterian Church. f which he wan an active member, and frtdlnir dignitaries of ether churches alike declared him te have been one of th r lending- lay Arums In religious ictWtUs In the United States: Eusi mm men praised his ability as a mer rhint and his remarkable career as one Sf'Mdlw forces In the development tt modern merchandising. Everywhere great snrprUs and regret .r expressed at Mr. Wanamaker's death. Many could hardly believe first reports of It. recent bulletins from the Msldc having been optimistic as te his "miii. i.n nrnmlnenl In national and rfty activities, many empleyes of ,thc Wanamagrr were jini.- . . .. te their feelings at the less of their i Wef. Among these who expressed re great at Mr. Wanainakcr'a death were : Goremer-elect I'lnchet! "In Mr. Wanamaker's death Pennsylvania t hns lest one of its greatest citizen. Dur hi his active, long and pre-eminent .....,i iifn In. was recognized net only In Hits State hut also throughout tin' Natien as a man who net the public interest In the first place, and whose r?ady and powerful aid was generously given te all geed causes. "Mr. Wanamaker was net only a national but also an international fig ure, net merely because he had held high and honorable public office, but also because he ranked as a private citizen with the most conspicuous lead ers of the thought of the world. His fight for the senatersliir), although he Inst It. may fairly be called the bc ulnning of the movement for better poli tic in this State. Mr. Wanamakcr's death removed one of the great figures nf the CniMneincultu..Tln whole State feds his les." Mayer Moere: "Ne native Philndel Tiblan has Meed out ns conspicuously for mere than half a century as Jehn Wansmaker. His business career ex tended ever mere than sixty years throughout which, he was original, progressive and constructive. (Jarry (mr (li husincss. which he established at Sixth and Market streets te the great central Mat Ien nliicli lie catuulislicu nt Thirteenth and Market streets, ami then en" te New Yerk, te Paris nnd te ether ritics. he easily became the greatest merchant In the world. Hnving at tained this unparalleled distinction, it Is difficult te estimate adequately the effect of ills life weik upon the whole clly, new grown te n population of 2,000.0tH), where, as a boy, lie began his labors in a briekj ard for a few cents day. "At this hurried moment it would be almost impossible te enumerate the activities of Mr. Wanamaker apart from theso relating te his great busi ness. He was the founder and mnin prep of Bethany Mission and the re ligious work growing out of it in the Srieus sections of the city. His re re tixieiis n'sociatiens weir many. His international associations were wide-i-pre.id, enii of tlieni arising nnt of the Centennial Exposition of ISTli, of which lie wns the last surviving di rector. It wus ihii: wonderful ex ex perience of nearly fifty years age that made him the prime mover in the pio pie pio liesal te tittiuglv celebrate the Sesqui Ccntemiial of 1020. although In re cent mouths lie hnd been unable te give It his personal attention. "Ills national associations began largely with the Harrison Administra tion, when he was Postmaster (Senernl. although lie keni in touch with every Administration te the nrespnt. Mr. Wanamaker as Postmaster General was .1 . . . . . . population which cannot be everesti- j nunc!. "1 Mlfler :i tieisennl Iecm in the ilculli of Mr. Wanamaker. Prem thp begin ning he wns a fnm friend and sup porter iif the. present clly Administra tion. He wns one of the first men I mnsiilted befeic entering actively upon Iho campaign. There was nn old tie which interested Mr. Wanamaker, in inp fact 1 hat my mother was of the ssrae da's which Mr. Waimnmker as a jenng uuin attended in the Jehn Cham bers Presbjtvriuu Church." Cardinal Deugherty: "The death of r. Wiin.niuiKer will be n --lini k and ieks, net enlj te Philadcli.liiu, but also te our entirn ceunti. His career ' s proof of tlie opportunities given Americans of iiitelllgem e and .ireng 'nsraeter. Ii wash bis own lalwr and !'it tluit In. arose in ibe front lank f the nicti of our limes, 'His inlluencp In Phlladelphiii has wii se v.ist and vaiieus tlinr It cannot ee me.isnred. He linil been n leader in limine..,, nnd Midnl life fur mere th.in m f n eentur.v, mid his nnnic is ,i Tu)iic t Wnr'' throughout the hind. His. d'sth is n personal grief te me." The Ilrv. Dr. Hussell II. Cnuwell. Pienldent of Temple I'nlver-lt.v : "A Jtatennnn n merchant general, .i iiiihfiil patriot, n true friend, n J iirlstlan gentlcm.ui. a Mudciii and et of mnnltlnd Jehn Wanamaker. .U cl.ihSi'S, Incliidlli Ich and peer. 'iie ii n.t . ....,, nun in iisii nt r-ii'iii'" t ' "'''hcH, s.vimgegne.s. ledges and so se "'ties, will miss ,m, A crcat mnu I'll fnlle, '!'.. ......... , i. i i It lilati tMwwl of schoe' ,. , " lie HUH JO IH1VVH US IIC11U "id weeps." V"1 llv' Renten .Maclnnau, rn.toref Ilethaii Fresh terlnn Church. hleh wnR fenmied by Mr. Wanamaker: inlin Waiinmakep will be missed bv s. jet becniiHe of his greatness In nr.nnelnl nnd huslne.ss world, but ifeaiiM) he wns u real father te re .'V, nf 0,lr iifepjr. Hn has been loved as few men have 'n loved. It will be liiipesMbh) te lill Ills pltiee. ell. Vail.iinat:rr wns Iho lmiin1ri of I in Ua.i. .",""' . '" l,,."","vl " wus """. i ri's.i.v i"rinn i allien inn ciuer elder. He leiim ed tin i si r1' "'Mi-I'M' J''1"'" "" 'tli unimll I iiii.)y h.'ioeI en Seuth street, ami bus "en nethe superintendent of the Sim uy tehoel since its establishment." lllshep Garland: "Jehn Waimm.iker s a warm pirsenal friend, for whom 1 llUll II lllirl, r..nn.l n.i.l ........l ..fl..... ,1 ,r .-i.,'. mil, ,"-. i-iii. lit. lui.i ,ii i r',f"'Bh he was a Fresh leilnii, " ,'.i. Irenes vvei I . . I il... V.:,.',."! J"..Vli,..ll,i. J .": ",,':e ulwiivs miiI in ,n0,..v geed work. As Ihe lend- l"llll Mill) III 111' Mill I " uien liuiit el Ihe world lie iiiiiiu "iiuicd high slnuduids in his IhihIiicss. uiii iiiiviip he, inn,, m, (.iKrs, , l It ii I '; "U'gleeieil his diillen in the f lunch ' esuuied hie Intel cl lu Ihe nffalrs " his is.iiiiminllv. UV nil feel hU . ut ji t ii us i,P,M1;,i iKs." -- i " UtsllAll VaaIi- l 4tn rt-..,..livt IIII . MVI i; 11) lllll 1lllllfl(l"- i'llUienjjRl Church i J have always ie- ll""icu ,ie!iii Wiin.li Hi. er as a gicut me leiiiuiet' nt the tiiietimntii' tube serv- , been interested In education nnd held he, nnd it wns lie te whom credit i n wnriu siet in hi" heart Inr the tench tntiM lii ivcii fur the establishment in ers nnd chlldmi who ntteinleil etn pub tlie I nit,, Stales of the fne mral lie- ' lie m heuls. His (loath is n jr.u less." liven- a been te the f.irmeis nnd riirsl man, ene of the greatest men of Dill ncephla. He revolutionized the retail business nnd lifted up Philadelphia and n largp part of the country. He. was net only interested in business, but also In n great muny thing concerning the people. ' "As Postmaster Gcnernl be showed ability te manuge a la,rge number of people. I am sorry personally te hear of his death. I lmve known him for n long time nnd have watched him with interest. He was n product of Phila delphia nnd was a great honor te our city and will be greatly missed." Jacob Lit, of Lit Brethers : "Mr. iannmaker WHS the fnremniat tnnrelinnf '" the world. He set an cxatnple for viui-t- uii-ri-uiiiiia IO louevv. ,110 news the pioneer in the retail business, all ethers followed htm in it."' TltO HOT. William P. Fnltnn. Ulntnri VItIl Lthft W"ndclphln Presbytery:1 ..u.iu , iiuuiuuner wns our most ais- tlnguished Presbyterian elder. Ilia death is a great less te thp Presbvterlan Church in Philadelphia and the Church t large. At the Umd of his death he was the vlce moderator of the Pres bytery of Philadelphia and a member of the .Beard of City Missions and Church Kxtenleri in Philadelphia. for mero than sixty years he had been actively identified with the work of the Presbyterian Church in this city and waB n generous contributor te nil Pres byterian enterprises, homes, orphan ages and hospitals. "He was the organizer and founder of Bethany Collegiate Presbyterian Church nnd Sunday Scheel, Twenty second nnd Balnbridge streets, which for many years has had the distinction of being the largest In membership of nny church or Sunday Scheel in the whole denomination. With this church nre associated Bethany Temple, at Fifty-third and Spruce streets, und Jehn Chambers Memerial Church, Twenty eighth and Merris streets. "He was iirestilent of the VMIn.tiO. phla Sabbath Association, president of me rcnnsyiranin State Sabbath Scheel Association and of the World Sab- uuin cicnoei Association, lie was lnrgcly identified with State nn.t '. tiennl Christian Endeavor Union and. tue x. m. v. A. "The work he has done has net heen confined te this city, but has reached out te foreign lands as foreign mis sionary enterprises. We all feel that his less te the Church has been irrep irrep nrable. He had been n great and loyal worker all these years." Jeslali II. l'ennlman, ncting provost of the University of Pciinsjlvanla : "In thp passing of Jehn Wunuiuukcr net only Philadelphia, but also tin I'nitcd States, loses one of its most distin guished citizens. His leadership in many departments of human activity mode hi m a citizen of the weild. In business, in religious work, in philan thropy and in public life lip was an outstanding figure, lie wns undoubt edly one of the world's greatest mer- cnmits. Te the, Government lie. gave his thought as a Cabinet officer. Te the humblest person in his emu'Ie- he was u true friend." Edgar Falis Smith, provost emeritus of the I'tilvcrM'ty of Pennsylvania: "I am deeply grieved te leiirn of Mr., Wanamaker's death. Ile was n per-' seniil friend of mine. He wa. n mini in whom I hail the greatest confidence. America has lest ene of her niefct com manding figures." The Kev. Dr. L. S. Mudge, Stated' Clerk of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of the United States: ".Mr. Wanamaker was one of the greatest laymen the Presbyterian Church has known in this generation. He was noted throughout the church for his loyalty te worship and work. Hp yas most generous in his gifts te foreign- missions, contributing verv lnrgcl.i te the general funds of tlu beard and aUe making donations for the Mip Mip pert of special mission stations. He was also widely known because of his splendid leadership In religious educa tion. The church has certainly lest one of its most distinguished and noble lnj men," William Itevven, president of the Beard of Educatien: "It Is with sad ness that I received the news. 1 have been associated with him for many .rnrs and have found that association one of the pleasantest happenings of my lite. He has been n great factor in tlin city and has done a great deal te advaiiic the moral and spiritual life of the I'einintintti . If. Ii.iu nlirinu . - . ...,,., i ... .... . . .Samuel AI. Yiiuelaln, jr -blent of the uiuuniii i.ucomeiive welds; "i mn only express sorrow. The death of Jehn Wanamaker is like Ihe p.iH-dng of a nation. Jehn IVanamnker was the greatest merchant of the country, or of the world, for that matter, lie was In n class by himself, one of tlie greatest men the world has ever produced, and it will require n long time until we will have nil body who will ascend te the status lie occupied. "Tlie less is se gigantic thnt It is net Dessil) e fur mei'f, unnls tn iivtirsij It ll will leililire ii liinir time te realize what the less will mean te Ibis cam liuinlly and te tlie I'nitcd States." I 1 L Xlnwav. We ii'.isiined thnt the world .lliles .Mn.stb.iuin: "I wns greatly weuid miv thai Gcruuui.v wns light and shocked ut the news of the death of Unit the weild would gii" her hep sin- .Mr. Wamiimikcp. I lmve known him Umthv Instead of giving it le I'taiue. for a great muiiv .ve.irs nud leiislder his .lentil an iirepniable le-s te tlie miiniry. Slate and city. He was nn diiuhtcill olio el the i;renle-i men who iver lived und (he cemniuiillv will feel the less greatly." .lesepli . tay.ierl,iu vKe i,ies.ent I r.iru ut i.iiucuien: ".Mr. WamimaKeiM wns keenly Interested in the nfTniis of the heard," said Mr. Catlyiniie. "As clinirmnii of (he Finiiiice Cemnilttec he gave a great deal of time and energ le iiliicntiemil alTair.s, lam able le leek hnik with gre.it plcisiiie en the ninny pleasant oicasieiis when we have te disiuss the business et the cducn- tiennl b.v.steiii. Ilih less will be kevnl fill in all camera of the city." I Wanamaker Stere Did Net Open Today Cenllrtunl from lce One in s. w'lie was loin e eelni; nlmm umeng the departments, seeing for him self the disposition of the stock nnd Hi., general conduct nl tlin store Tin list net ee the emu eves hml nf ' I the decision te close the store was the ' ener le ililVV Iho i in s no llin , im and dlspla.v willilnus, Tlie snleMiieoele were nelllic.l then tint the slere vvmi i . , ,. ....i,,... il Hint ii,. i.i i ' pen unlay, anil that ihe.v ..i... ,ii..,. v.lin,, ,.. ,..,i,,,... I , "lveu notice when te return ti " .... , . . . . . Tile empie,vfH moeo, niieut knots liml groups nfter they received word of Mr. Miinuiniiker s death, talk ing it ever unxleusl. The dispersed gradually te their dressing rooms, put ting en their huts und coats and leaving Ihe i-tore. There wns almost as nun U eveite- Illll. .I.A Ut...... n.. .. (.1.1.. I. I'l "iil.piin- in- i-iiin- i,n will HI II The I. nllle patn.ln.Pii nt Thliteeull, nn.i .Mniliei and Ihlrieenlh and Chestiiur Mis els were pesicgeu Willi ipierles. The . , ,- , . . ..,,,,.. ,t, i. ,ii ...il 'tM iniMiricu in inn tn. nih ii in. it. i, .it c 'JmuJ s In, ana i I '..vn "''? rpRlMmtlei. plates .. the, than Hi,..., is U'i lis .... Li.. BuliMf I., .-I'lr'-f uf hiimI for ihecni-n.id his license w,.sl,e. .eiintless pelM.lls go III, te work before , ,.., ,,.,, ,.,,, ,1..,..,... , ,,s0 f i: the store opens, 'le sen the blind-. diavvii l.ulii ii.'eiiseil the curiosity of liiiudi'eds, who .iiu;lil mi explanation from bstauders and tin; tialliii men. Xetllleatlnn1 of- th reepcii(ug -of 'thp slim will be given t! i i,gh.the news-pupri'b, I 4 EVENING PUBLIC !LEDGER-PHiIliUELPHIA,; TUESDAY,' WANAMAKER Mr. Wanamnlier spent n fortune In the spring, summer Lloyd Geerge's Fermer Secre tary -Bares Versailles Secrets te Contemporary Club TELLS OF INVASION FEAR Snnin of the things that liappeiicd 'behind the scenes" nt the Versailles conference in 191ft were unveiled Inst night by Philip Kerr, former private secretary te Lloyd Geerge, in n speech nt a meeting of the Contemporary Club in the Bcllevue-Stratfenl. Mr. Kerr upheld the statement of M. Clenicnecuu. In reply te a statement by I.le.vd Geerge, that the Trench view was net anne.vutien of tlie Khine fientier. "The l-'rench thought." snid Mr. Kerr, "that human nnt lire would net change. Prance was invaded twice bv German in Jfly eur.s. They thought it wan apt te happen again unless we could make arrangements te prevent it. "They wnnted the next invasion te, start from the ether side of the Hliinc. i Tin next time they wanted German soil invaded net French'." At tliis statement the audience broke Inte prolonged iipplniii-c. The subject under discussion wns Are We Drifting Tevvnrd Aneilier tp-ViSaOTXM -s & -'4 v ie& Mt v- a. - s "" y iiMilaWWlaWMialaS wCivf' ys't tCli.,-, , lKBttMkatf ' lSt vtKKKKSBA ff'''- C 'KaValBflaaaVr Cwv ? w gHrificAflBnnnnnnjBnMf j sSKff . BBBHaBBBBaBaBHl s J0aaBIBaBHaBHs a HPP'wiV'M'Hr-HH ; Wgmp-i 4- ' tfA;-jt LLB v LwK B B 'CaaaB saaaLB BbbbbI BBaBaaf'fl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBar M '" y if MtMBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB ,aaBBBBBJBBjaaaVaaaaaBMBBBBBBBBBbaMMB 'IB piiaiyvv ...-.v t.a..,.l, .....it:. ,r iifiifcuftgaaaasw CHARGES FRENCH WAN RHINELAND World War?" The spenkers, in ud- , ,,,,t.kllB0S( Postmaster Kem,, announced dltien te Mr. Kerr, were AI. K. ,,,,,,.,.,,. , . ' Zhi l!ey. whose father wus Tuikisli l" '' 1,u Il!,d 1m' "' the (,oiner.v (,einer.v (,oiner.v Amb.issniler te Italy, and Arthur iiul- i s" hwurt lliiilding. Twenty-third and l ...I ...i!... ..r i.n.. ir..,ld '' i eimi. c. .or ,n ...... ......... Mr. Kerr, iiltlieugli ilen.ving the .or- rectness et the I.le.vd Geerge charge l.le.v.1 Geerge charge concerning the desire of the French at the I'eace Conference te "annex" Ger man territory, made it plnln thnt the letter of their wishes amounted te just such u seizure. In refcring te the Lloyd George-de-menecnu controversy. Mr. Kerr remind ed his audience tliut he was present at lin niiiitnpiiiwin ,,, 1'ilffii ..llOll the trc.lt 1 was being fiiinie.l. ' "AI. Clcinencenu N peiferlly ru'ht in that the French view was net niincsa- Ueu of the Uliine frontier. ll' ll I III I ev jiiivei .hi ii us i" leave the Itheuish inevuiees ,i pa it et , Germiii. ler.iter.v, hut le separate t pellticullj. 'I he lreiuh de-Ired that . in the occupied area the eeiitud of the r.illriiads and bridgeheads be under' Allied control. The lesiilt of sucli nn nrr.iuccmtmt would be te provide r ranee ! , ,. . . l'i with a' big barrier which German i would have te cle.ir Detore tnvailing OSain. ".Neither tlie llnlisn nor me Ainer-. Icnilh would accept the Trench mllitnr- !..!. .!,.... it,.. ilinn l!nl lllllll llltnulnn "Veifhm- (lie Itritisb nor the Amep-. was nlwelulelv inevitable. We told IWlr rn lllill iiikhii'i "" ..!........ 1i..i ilmt if I !.M inn il icreveteil sul- I lli.li.mK- nt mi time te mnke a war .( . ni.'.nen slu. umiU claim she was emntl.i.. m. i.i lemver what was taken ' "The I'nnch icplied in cfrei t : -it aiieipiiia. v i st I'arh. esi .Mar is all ver.v well lei vmi people wheket. Kingsessing and I'iim hall sin have distance nod th "e.i te pieleet ' tiens will be bietight te I'enn Squnpe vmi We live ncvl d'ei He should station, l'i, mi I'll-, nid., Seiithvvnrk, lit given ll lltlllllilee Ii' in 1 lilt (I 'Slates and tire.it Iti iiiui Hini tlie vve.ild come te tlie nnl of I r.m e u invaded by Gcrunni ' The (li,cisMeu following the mret.mg I wns brici'. I'he iliitl hiaifm-nt ipies- tinned was Mr. Iliillnid's nr-seiiinn tluU "CUd Cleiiienc.MU was right when be I snid that we wen iintli r". The truth of the si.itemint was denied b.v I'ref. Tlwodeie .1. Ginson, of the; Wharten H hoot imtliee spenkep ! lien, the tlner w.i ruff. I lllltnll It '"Jl1 j FOURTEEN MOTORCAR LICENSES ARE CANCELED Thirteen Lese Privilege Because efj11ir'," Intoxication ' t . . i. , ill. J1..1. i llill I'ISIllll'g, IM-i . 1-. ne mm.'; Ulghwa.v liepmimeiit vesieid.iv revoked i ' lUirilslllll g, I'd . i. i ne nunc ' t owners' drivers' Incites of n deen iiii tomebllihts who dmve tluir ears while intoxicated, Ihe ilcp.ii'lineiii s n-t ei 'In relocations follews: I ler leri i', nl I i.ninver ; iiispip Uurat, lieiims, Senieisei I eiint ; .1 F, eni, 'l .W i asm Frni" t l.vnn.'ef . would be' louver Calls; C. .1. I'm mer, nl 1 leaver; e weik . I'hllip Tlugle.v, of CoeperMiivviij Me.irl : in little IS- Went., of CI. It. I. I: C V. lM,llli. 'I'lnnln. ,,f C icr.stinvn : Me.irl Ciimnilugs, nf Frimklin, It. I. l; Jehn , It. Humes, of Franklin: UiinjpII Sweet- t aiude. of Cllnienville: llnrrv Hlrch. of Washington, and Hubert Harris, 8l(i l.embnrd street, I'hibidelphln. William Fergusen, III I Neiih Ilread street, I'hlladelpbiii, incused of oper ating a moclilne while liilelcnted, hits net at.iilied for a license, lie cannot ! ebliiln one until lie, ember ll, lUL':!. Leuis lticllt.irsexik, nl lll'eekvvil ville i....i . ... .. i.... C. Denires, of Franklin, vvns icveked after he vvni, convicted of having driven u car while. Intoxicated, Numes placed oil the department's bTirckirsFwefe'KlirnietfTli.l:eli."iiriliics'.' Ueu j Cleaver 1). Arllev. of I.emevn. nud allrliiiii Cibatteiii, tiOJd I.ung- COUNTRY HOME IN building and beautifying this estate, where lie spent most of his time during and' early fall. It Is ene of the show places of Jcnklntenn FAIL TO FIND FLIERS ' Every Air Unit en 1500-Mile Berder ' Helps In Search ' I Xeirales.. Ariz.. Dec. 12. Xe trace, I of the missing aviators was reported . I today by Captain It. G. Ervin. who J i relumed Here wiin lour pianes tremi the interior of Mexico, where they' scouted vcslerduy In search for Colonel, iPraneis Marshall and Lieutenant c. l. I Webber. .Ne nttempts were made te1 i lnnd in Mexico. The squadron Hew low nnd "grldlrened" wide area eighty miles across the border. Hrlgudier Geneial Hewge, of Peit Bliss, announced that a reward of S100 w.iuld lie paid any person nnt ceuiusted with tlie military service who iimv find tlie lest plane or one or both passengers. l.ver.v aircraft unit in tins mited Stall's J n..Ji 7, U :Vm. '"" I SPEED AND SAFETY. OlltSICie Space Leased for Handing of Holiday Parcel Pest .Matter MORE COLLECTIONS IN RUSH Te assure the public safe und piicl; handling of Christmas nariel-nest i.. ..!.. . . . n Ann . ... ...,....,, slrc,.,Si .,.,, tqunie leei ' ,,f i0,.,. N,m,.0 . hmiille ivn..l.nnt , nvniIlsi,i.. )rnm n..r,i.,... ir. te ,10 , ,.,,.,. . . , In addition te ineieased weikuig ep.ice for the .',000,000 pieces of extra ... l. Christmas mail expected here, the I'enn Square station is being rearm speed the handling of from de Oil. i-'Uii letters mi liuiit lui llicr tn Im- l"','t-H 'he public with its necessary pari I '" M'eeding the mail s,.,,,., ::eu,t)00 ciicuhirs are being p'aced in as man.. 'homes with instructions ns te hew par- ici s liiiili lin ur.iiiiw.il nun iddresscd , .., .,. ,,,,.. ,,llllw ,- ,.,,.,.. k , . , , f - t'i,rlstiiuiK ,,, liu'mlr(ll 111(1 ,.., ,,, IU( ,. riiunliur about the cilv with tin 2a: ".-,.0011.000 nicies bv Decern- I i, .i f n i n ii 1.(111 lliiuviiv iliV ...,(Ht r-s.. .,,. ..,-,, .,...,. AVe can handle them if ou It means . ,.... Christmas te lS." Slogans Inre being thrown .en the screens In all tbe incitiun.nlctiirn tlie.'iirnu 'l'i rnimli ' M MAIL LOGAN the motion-picture theatres. Te reach',,,"""' the children squads of them nn being ,),'" I.i mini fnm,! ik i,,,!,,...!. ....... . I .. .. -. I I MM huiiiiii 1 1 wmi inr iiuiiMfv I'ti'l,! ul J IV hear talks by the Pe-tniiii-icr 1ln 'Inniiip nt 1lir. V M iIiim,-, wtl! lie n cnllcclieii mm lun limn-s. bin instiiul nf cnrrvlmr ii i. tlm unimii.!") stations, at the' ureseni. ii will in. i brought te the centr.il .illices nnd r.ul- liemls ilinct. nccerdliig te locations." Ni.id. .Mr. Kemp. "Mnil fiem IMeliil Ilier-r. Middle Ci.v. Wei l'lill- ' '-iiiiiii 'nice iiisirn i ,n 11 ,-, u, anil " snuiens cnnsigniucnis will go ilficct ' eiiiriii vfim e. nn.i imm .nnu I'litm e in . cetevvn aim i niiniii te North ""... imm mauen. i ii nrrnngrmeiir ni upecuup ongoing mail, as well as '' ter city deliver. CUT OF $111,900 MADE vj BUDGET ESTIMATES imuuwuui te l IIVIM I CO Heuse Committee Add3 $440,000 for Admlnleterlng Maternity Act Washington, lice, FJ Ileieiumeiid.i. tl,,ns ,,f ,1,' '""'R"1 ' "'" i I'l'vu.iuni uc Iiniinll'llliei ler IlllllllnlS- the siiepp,uil-'l owner Muleruit hVnl .veap were dlsreLMisleil 1,. h,m iiium v .in .lining in. I V .llT I III Mv.. ..,.. llnuun ,i.s. t.i. In l.i..l !... V.i "- - i'l. "in nn n-iis i eiiiiiiuicc, wuieii, ;.- --I-; " n- .n.iiii in i-r, which reporting the annual sn,,,,j bill fop Ihe departments of inmmeicu and labor ..esicniii.v incrensi-ii tne item tn Si " 0.. 0110. The inlnl diiiieij in tin. bill f,,. ,ur by tin Cnminene mnl I.iibiip llepuit mciils wns SM."i.M)7,l(H, or upward of sl'0,)(lll iiieik Hi, in lit-t .vim. Ilc-nlte iiie iue,,,M. iii iiii. maicinliv and inl'aiie prm ihinu, ihe leuiiuilie.. baid thai hv medcniie mil Ins the tnini r.... l'l" dcp.iitinenu wa, M 1 1, ueu !..-, than budget i-siimat,s, KILLS WIFE AND SELF Murder and Suicide fellow Quarrel Over Marital Separation ll.ii-vi, Ment.. lce I" y .. l I Jehn II, lln.vs. nun he 'ncn- hcie. killed Ills wife mill bins, f ,,,,,!, ,,' da, m cording tn a Hery told n'lluvis Ii his l,i-,vtur-uld miii. The ile.it h left Ms eblldien erphnns. tin l.i-,Vciir-eld hi), the eldest, Uc) liile Iho nlcjit Willi the meiciirv .'!0 il.giei'h below .eiu III senrcli of "belli nJJ .,, 1 ! K.i " '.'l frt"Vn 'luurrel Lf Murshnll Fount, Mil lust night. In' 2I7..".."Pm"!U'" ,,(,,"-'.''n his fathepl",.l peip.ePnf State eflleials. vrerliln. and luutlici, the be said. JENKINTOWN EDUCATIONAL BILL BACKED BY WOMEN - . . .... , n x- Twelve National Organizations Discuss Separate Depart ment at Conference 25,000,000 SPONSOR PLAN Washington. Dec. 11 Declaring that y.,.000,000 persons In the f uite Slates favor n separate Department of Education In the resident's Cabinet, Miss Churl O. Williams bns cotite te I Washington as field secretarv of the National Education Assoclalien with the major purpose of furthering this project. In het office in the headquarters building of the .Vatlenal Educutinu Association. Mi's Wllliems sub tlint. far from being stainaut. Interest In a , Depart incut of EducntiMii 'v.is growing by lenps nnd bounds. "We hnd a meeting lieie .vestenhl.v i of representatives of men's and wemen'ri organizations indorsing this project. These leprescmed were the "ntiennl Education Association. General Pod Ped Pod eratlen of Women's Clubs. T.cngui' of Women Voters. National Council of Women, W. ('. T. P.. Ami-rlcni Ked Ked eratien of Laber. National Vcdcratien of Musical Club-. National Ceniinittei for a Department of Edui utieii. liuer liuer iiiillennl Council of Iteligleim Educn- i: ...'". """'" " 'i"iiiers line I'litent-TeaiheiV Asveeli.ili.ii. N.illennl ! hy-lcaland IMuclien Service ml ibc ' Hureaii of Secial mid IMij. : tienal Service the Grand Udv of Maxiiis. New link." tf en. .ntlnuiil I engies of Mothers nnd ,;W 1 e k." i .: m"- ui ,'ihsii-i, . "iKani.illens D.vi.IeU n i - inn in- iiMii.im.-u I'" the-e orgiiiilatleii!, an- necessarily i back ei tlie Sterling-Tevvnep bill, which net only creates n separate nepaituicnt I II,..,,lll. ll llltll.1 .w.l I I. ...... I Ihe I'enn , ',llir',U0l " 'be l nbliiet but an- iif-.ul m thetles n j,.ary iVderal appropriation , mged ter siotl.e(M),(Hlii te be divided among I (1,000 ti the Stales for educational purposes I , '-ducntlen In ihe Cabinet but an- upon certain conditions. ljidee,;, riinst of the organizations n)l. ' lug the m'lier.v .einpaiiy re appear in willing te i onipremlso by uccepting cmin .Iniiuav d in answer the pitltinn. vhut litis In en heinldril .is Pi i.-iitm Mr. lla.vs textilled he went tn Vlo Vle llapilnig's leeigiini.it.iui jil.in. Tins i temlnle v. it Ii H'pteM-iiiatives of the plan cicalis n Iicpai Uncut .1 IMma- I1"'1 ."" I'llbMc Widfiue. eiliic:it!,iii being its primniv I'mietJen , A. .-in,,. s meeting ,, was ,e. ' i'1"1 '" ,il"1 "llt "hat -vlnt In O.n- I S.ie- and In the VrUU ill 's mind. H.i, M'"' ' IVs' ''nr lopped Ills avowed in- .s'linlnv 'i tentlen el picsM,,). the leorgnnlzatlei. Ndii'iiie' Ills failure in mention il In us laiKsage m v ungrt's, wmilil ltullc.it i i he liml. in iiiui i'iim', siuill we nsi, Sterling and Keprc-entatlve le resuriect the Steiling lull? enilt"1' J owner . i i i V f is Hie lllicmill.l ill til" tllOhC , men .itiiitlHi) te erlm fitlen. ami that is ll P ile Miss Williams is i.iieetcd I lanlv She ihs hired lier-clf as' i.i-t enilnisinstlc ever hep new ' belli task. Was Count Superintendent "ll minus ilia' fop ihe i hildren of ili,. Niule" i,I .it I wis nbl, te ib, as Sill" riii. idem of Slielb Coin.!, 'J'en ni'ss, ,,," .i Inip . iliinallen Mi-s Willi mis i.hIkiii., f,,, (Lint pesi te mine I Mh bus been no. rusiuiiiril tn liaudling a .venply apppo apppe apppo tnlntleii r inn iiil: te n million iellni-i nnd li.el .1 rtii ft et thirlecti clerl s tn um the dei.nl . of her etlicc. 1 II IT tn qualifv jirr mn fiiriljcr ler r present t-k ..r . ..i.... ,l i........i .... mi.. y,iiii i Ol Ill.lll'll ll lll'.IUI l. III! I' ,.S UlllllllS ,1 was hist ar's niesldciit nt' th,. V,i..""" lleual IMiiiathin Aseelml(in, which cemprlsi s ibi. in 'Mil, IKIll m'IioeI teach ers und niher ed icatnrs ic :!n Fnllel Stales Sin- .- ,i voting woman in th cirlv fhirre- Ml-s I1' .1 1 nl e Is n mciiil). i i. the I'm .a I!' i iiiuiis Ceininltt. . of ii, V 1'.. A I Im . called a world n .i- fi ri II. i "i eili.i ninui) June 'S ,i ,fM, ll, 111 Nlll I I il.Cls.ll. I If. U34tltS CI. Theiii is Snpeiiiiteiiileiit el N lioels of Mnlni , I ' 'i.iirman. Mt AUOMA TROnPC PAI I en Ul.lnevll f IIWWI J UnUULU out I k I linTODnln Tlirrrn OUT IN MUlUnUAR THEFTS Officials Who Are Investigating Rebbeilcs Ask for Protection Uhl.ihniiu til, lin 11' -Twe nfii- ' errs nnd (.'ii llll ii nf tile l"ltll I n f il i trv, ')kl tlm ii.i Notional Guard, were niilei.d te Miiddl hist nighl bv Charles i F. Far. en. ndjill mi geiier,il te protect ' State and local ellicinls theiv invesii- I gating lie operations of u gang of nu nu nu lomeliile tluev's. The gnaidsmiii were ordered te the' Marshall Cmiiuv town ns the result of! nn in gent appeal fteni It. F. I.ep, As- ' sulnnt Atimiiev General, who teperled icondiileiis in Madill were grave nud that thi' Hs had keen made ngnliist ih,, I Hvi mi nihicis eiig.vjed in running daw ii i .lllliiiuebile linens. Illnn Ciiiipmii, of the Slate High vvii llep.ii'li in. has reported th,, ,,,. cnVi'l' nl HvilltV-lHll MnlC inr in llllli near Mm. ill Male iilhecpi, complained tin were injl l ec.lv lug co.epcrutioit from M.iis'i.ill Ceuntv eineinls. i ill, I. Ii... lk tin. iierc, fur lumecUeu wcic "UdicleuB.'i BEdEMBER 12,' 1022 CLIENTS ACCUSE MISSING LAWYER' Twb Charge William J. LaWsen Pocketed Meney Given te Him in Trust . WILL BE DISBARRED Willinm J. hawpen, former I'hlladel phla lawyer and "divorce npecinllsl. who disappeared mere than a year age, will be disbarred nnd his name btrleken from the roel of ntterneys for this county. This wns decided upon by Presi dent .fudge Shoemaker and Judges Hnrt lett and McDevItt, after they studied the report made by the Beard of Cen Cen eors of thp Enw Association . A petition for disbarment was pre seated with the report en tlie unprofes sional conduct churged against J.nww'ii. Fer the first time hIiic his disappear ance became known evidence was made public pointing te a motive for his ab dcncc Clients His Accusers The complaints were made by two of hawf-en's former client!! for which he intended te pnments en mortgage leans and the placing of similar en cumbrances. Thex" complainants are. Eleaner .7. Brown, owner of 5747 North Woodstock MreVt, and Jcue T. Ileekstru. The fen.er went te Lavvpen te pa rf n lnotgege nnd tcstitled that for that purpose she gave him $1S'2I. The attorney took the money and cave her a receipt in the twine of tlie holder of the mertgugp, whom h represented. The mortgage, however, wan never paid oil. according te the woman, and she said she did netg et her u.eney back. lleckstra told the censers he en trusted SJilUO te EawMen te be Invested in mortgages en a Woodstock street property .adjacent te (lint owned by the woman complainant. Eawwui Is alleged te have pocketed this meney: also Ileestra testified I.awsen had ad mitted te him lie had used the money for his own benefit, but tluit he would repay blm. Subseeii'iitlv . It Is charged. I It lu llll tl.,ll 1 ri.., , Lf..M sitinii ' A' :.,ti.;!' ! be did turn ever t" still due and Ulipunl. ll u.is en these two charges of eiiibe'.b'meiit and nils appropriation, uiteine.vs for the cen sers explained, tluit the Law Assoc ih tien moved for dlsdurmcnt. Ills Affairs In Tangle When I.avvsen suddenly depaited from this city tlie affairs of his office were found in n tangled mess, nciord ncierd Ing te his associate. Law son benstcd of having 300 divorce cases n cnr which netted him mole than .?:'A000 In fees. Btit when lie left town n number of the applicant for divorce appeared nnd bnid the ntteriie.v lud taken fees from them. ' bill never pushed their iif-es ..ivvMiii had u numlur of es tiitev. in the (irplmiis Court, b r as far as is ul,l be learned be did net take a dishonest penny in their t-ettlemcnt. HAYS TELLS OF ARREST BY VINT0NDALE GUARD Declares Operator Ordered Armed Men te "Threw Them Out" l.'lieiishiirg, Ia.. Dec. V - Art ,,,. Garfield lla.vs. of New Yerk iiruii-vi inr inu .iiuei une nil I ,iul lies l'i ion. was the itrliicipal w itne. , ,be trial vc-'erd.-.j of live .... indicted f, i.s.ault and h Hti-i when Mr. Mnvs was arrested In Vlntendnlc. I'.i,. while at- tcmminu te held a iiublie ineetin - .l.irin eunscl i"i ip the American Civil f.ibetties ,t" iiimii'i tu i iineiiiiiiir. i u,, t'iiiM:ii tf.tnnllnp tn Iml.l n ...ll.lic met! In... f.,.,.11... i,... ......!.,., " " ..., (I,.f.1.t,.ts m,' I. I. A.l,nMut.l ..! .1 !.. ..... .V an iiiui iiii ei iiii viuien v einerv i em puny ; Uichard INinsis. Harry Me.Vidle Jehn Hutclla and James Uenipsev , com iniuv mine guauls. Anether mew te tct the "right of ruibllc nsseiuhluge nnd free speed, in Vintendalc" was made bv the Cnited Mine M'erUcrs while the trial was in. Anether move te tct the "right of ipieRrcss. 'ihe nbluined a rule diner ' nllcil viiue vveikcps te imiu a mi.i - no.'. lie mi'ii .ur vinm.isi ui' i,. armed gnaids in "threw them nut.' tlthels in tlie Kteup then tm.k liuld e. I him. lie snni. Almest lmmediai.lv Mr. II.ivn siid. , Jehn Itutiell.i. whom he de-cribed as 1 chief of Ihe Coul nnd Iren Police, slid: I "Villi fellows bail belter cut nut f iliere," nnd tun iiieiiiiied Cm1 and Iren policemen rode into the group. Mr. illus was aiieteil en a rhurgi of dis i orderly iniiduei aicl l.iiep relented. I Mr. Ilnvs' testimeii viis corrobo cerrobo correbo j rated by Jn'm liiijer. of Cliicngii, and ( nTO'lt ( .iirence inib. ei I'liiiaileiphui, mem- '"-rsi1 tlie pnrtv . MORE INDUSTRIAL DEATHS November Fatal Accidents Are Dou Deu ble September's lliiirishiii'g. 1 1". --' l.v . I'.I -IScui'wci! iuiiiis,i il . i ii,v no Ii diiu I mining npeniliei - i t- .1 limn f.lfnl incidents i'l' d t il Suite I'mii- pflisitliell ISllleill ll Nn llllli P lb I'l in nil leieni nmiuli il iniiib. r liein,' twice thnt nf S( p iniiil 'ihe sp,i ,,., ,. mine .ii". imi i n.iii i i 'ii ihalhs te , ihe leiiil hi .'in fnlalnie- iwetil -eiL-ht e i Ulllltlis BV. t-nMBB AN EXTRA FfiELFl S in your ,'iihrntiin i- a,!- a ways a cotnenioner. H The FiNtiirc shown is mum white, licautilull finished, very durable and serves ,m a shelf, tumbler holder, snap cup, loot h brush holder and towel bur. Articles such .is this make excellent Xmas Gifts. Write for our catalog "I"' showing ntniiv lli.i In mini ,ic fcsseries. 7leckizos,Ce. Plumbing & Hrntint i tD II, 8vh St., 529 Arch St Phllt. Xanictgwn. Ft, Ctmdte, K, J, Pel 1 III. lllllll. WjMI.lt Ul'silin- ( 1V " -'!.' '""' ri wtii i in .i f) I O'llCI " rj J ! iBvmir w m.ra u i . bvk w . r-jm rv r. c i 1aMlfeIVw STLNTIC CITV Ht ffe .MSilnVrwilHwWVlk. On .,,. u in i i r ! Vl b fi urT: SEwVaUt&KBm&'iW. vviLIln vn i'ii t '-'sJ'JP.V tmBmUMm mi Wl ' mim ;: vit stimigim- im nw I ux2 BlHKuHM&nBHvvf3t?lvi5iXk ' '.mu wm r $:, . , ! HBRvwOHS!ww3vR!i Iul ' ' '" h" ",j I . MlHnKWHflnKni2RfS3ERljw (), t.-tu ( ' i,'i !!, n. , Ii.ii. I ut mr m. tmKm9KW9ilZ Jrm "T" "' i it I r?? MJLgJKMl&MZafflMimbjtm r" 'iun t n..-. or',-, I fw , piHMiaiMHMscraqmfiS '" n-s wMmgKBsim eCczSi wmmmimmKmammmmammm i m 1 1, antic city. N. J. s r ' I BALTIC STATES DE Demand Signing of Nen-Ag- gressien Pact Before Arma- ment Is Cut liy Attsettattd rrfti Moscow. Dec. 12. A joint declarn- lien fdcnwl bv Poland. Latvia. Esthonie and Finland, demanding the signing of a non-nggressien pact before th" tech nicalities of armament limitation are considered has reunited in a critical situation In the disarmament confer- ence. according te n statement Issued by the rorelgn Office. The lwrder Rtate delegations leek upon this declaration as an ultimatum whlcli may result in the collapse of the conference because Jtunsian om em clnls have let it e known that Husslu i will net sign a non-nggrcsalen pact utt- i til an agreement hna been reached en limitation of armaments. After Itussiu's proposal te cut the armies -."5 per cent had been condition- i ally accepted, n dispute, arose between KtiKsia nnd Poland regarding the strength of the Polish Army. Kussia contended that Poland's military force, according te figures submitted te the I.pfigup of Nations last June, numbered lf)3,000 men and that It should be re duced en this basis te 214,000. Poland held out for an army of SO,000 men in 1923. In the declaration of the border stales It is insisted that the latter figures should he accepted by Russia without discussion nnd thnt a (ommNsien of J experts who would work out n plan Hey limiting nrmie.s should be appoint ed after a nou-aggrc-sien pact bns bueu ratified. HOPE FOR FAIRM0UNT DAM City te Undertake Construction as Soen as Meney 13 Made Available The city will undertake the construc tion of the new Kairmeunt Until as seen as appropriation of tlie neeei--nry funds I In (nn. In Kv IVillllMl. Tim MilVni tfii.. lllllll' I'.' ........... .. .-a..,. ... ,, . . terdny ricelved a letter ttem Theodere Justice, member of the Pari; Cemrnis- Ien, culling attention te the dangerous and dilapidated condition of the pres ent dam. Mr. Justice termed it a menace. The Mayer replied tint, he had re ferred the subject te Council en i-evernl occasions, the hist n jveek nge. He said thnt Council had evinced Its de- i sire te make the appropriation and that the Department of Public Works would undertnke the construction of the dam as seen us the money was made avail able. FUNERAL SPEEDS TRIAL Purse Snatclier Indicted and Cen-i victed When Victim Explains Haste I let man Shere, who snatched a woman's handbag, enntuinlin; S.'O. Inst i Sn.tui'lnj. wns indicted .ve.stcrdu.v nud cveral hours later was convicted by a jury before Judge Germ.tu In the criminal division of the Municipal I Court. Sei.lenci was deferred until rrldny. pending inve-tiSntten by the court into the .veuth'b record. He wns aeciiHe,! by Mrs. J. T. Con Cen I nell. 0I2 Carmen st'eet. Cunulen ..t taking he:- linndlag fiem ber in m while sie w.is vnitlng fur a beat a the ,, ,,,, .,,,,,, .,..,,, f,, , i .. .1 1 ' ! ,i , e '' """ ' , ,., . '".'' " . "' ft'""- ';-'s, t P'i "! "l ,f.rs- l ""!' ' ",!l A"1',iVa,,1t V1"' t", ,..,".' J M""" Ir'"' , "' l,a,1 ! . 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Ii ' ' '1"- ' rci r i i. fci I i i"iiliiiirni .ylbffi II I ,ni..l -, W AYMOTIT? ATiA-mc Ij (L'erld Urmeit Hetel iucces - i-J. VlVt- CITY J'K,JLI.,AI.M.UKACII, I'M. H PpVRT APAntMENTH " Ivt CveVlil Wct Palm Unui, Hn. rite V s TT .-an nc r tv i nh ic m . . i mvi-iwoeiTn, .i. j TO BOSTON , .. ,,. I.AynEI..ITMJti:.?tIJi;s -W'TWhe mi Bjmh CenmrM " lAl.rVVOOi. .S J. etwvMiiuei of .lictjir. l... M ' .?i(li!l,it .low TUn rencMOST uien Hern, i m"mmf!fmmmm i i ' ii m v y ' ' 1". ft , VOLSTEAD DEFENDS Hit WM iTiiin nu niiiAUKm-r'j . . ;, vwx Declared committee ueie im f ; Insert Charges at Present . , Washington. Dec. lS.-hepresita4 J live OIBICHU, ceuirinnii ei ine Jieua Judiciary Committee, veterdny denitc ! charges of bad faith made against bin by Iteprcsentatlve Keller, of Mlnne eeta, In connection with the commits tee record of hearings in the Daufln erty impeachment cnNe, Sir. Kellarf Similar accused Mr. Velstead of emlH ting his letter outlining his charge agnlnst the Attorney General, nnd crlN i,.it.i ,im for Het including the Mint ( of Chief Justice Tnft In a list of wit- nessea. Mr. Velstead asserted there wss dls cussien In the committee, in the prs encc of Mr. Keller, as te whether tbd i barges flheuld be inserted in the re ...ri .if thnt time, .nldlne Mr. Kellnt understood the text of the accusing i.n.r mlcht net be printed until Uteri 0 fiaid he made it plain te Mr. Kels lcr uc Would abide by the wishes of tn(, COnimitlie. i In remodeling the bath room, kitchen or laundry our Showrooms prove of great service te many. Latest designs in Hajeca sanitary fixtures arc shown, here in model settings. A visit will give you helpful ideas. 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