Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, December 12, 1922, Night Extra, Page 9, Image 9

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EVNlM' PUBLIC TEDGERPHILADEtPHIA. TUESDAY, IfEOEMBEB 12. 1922
IHId) PARTY MOVE,
CONFERENCE TOPIC
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pectetl te Present Roselu-
' tien at Cleveland
SOCIALISTS WATCH EVENTS
Bu Associated Preti
Cleulnml. Dec. 12. Adoption of n
ftlitfemi for future peimcui am, .,.--
'. .1.- 1.1..llnna Cniiimlrf r-e mill
tten of the Credential Committee
"I te whether representatives of the
Werkcre' I'nrty of America will he
Intti, confronted ilclegntea at tlie Bee
.ml 'rlnv session of the conference for
i?c4ive Political action, at this
Limlnc's (-essleni '
tt Is understood that the question of
hi formation of n third party will come
fik. the conference with the expected
T;.SiirHen of U resolution mverini;
1 lrwir.mt by the Fnrmcr-Laber
Eitr. Seymour Htcdmnn. e( Chicago,
C m i.t lilcht that Sac nllst de'cpiics
Me third party. Merris IHUqult.
fT!e. v,i, f..fnKPil te comment en
pi fw. "
""Seda 1st deleBates said, they would
Mtch the progress of the Farmer Farmer
Laber resolution and In the event of
KTcfcnt euld pffer one nsUni the
BS Tresidentia'l rnndldnte in the Held
In llH. and te call n meetlnR nt a
Stare" dote for that purpose.
F 'Kr nuestien te be. decided was
it,, sentlne of representatives irein
tirfaS leral trade and labor unions,
fib Question came before the conven cenven
Finn late yesterday and wai referred
lack te the Credentials Committee.
At a meeting of the Credentials Com
mittee last night It was understood It
Q unanimously decided net te reeorn reeern
tund I .seating of representatives of the
hVerkers' Party.
HELPLESS GIRL
ALONE IN COLD HOUSE
FINDS
Deputy Sheriff Rescues Famished
Child and Seeks .Father
Newfleld, N. J., Dec. 12. Deputy
(Sheriff Miller discovered one of the
Worst cases of cruelty te children ever
reported in this section yesterday, and
km Instruction of Sheriff Clark the 'child
iwns turned ever te Overseer of the Peer
Itewns, and Miller was ordered te nr
rest the father en his return from a
fcuir in f'nne Mav County friends.
Miller heard cries from the home of
SVIlllam Glpllngs, and. entering, found
Cellle, the thirteen-year-old daughter,
starving in n bitter cold room, a win win
Hew left open, supposedly that she might
fce heard by neighbors in case of needed
assistance.
The child is almost entirely helpless.
Jt being necessiry te carry her from
loom te room although she has the use
of her lmndi. Glpllngs had n cigar store
hear the stntien for bome time, but re
cently sold out, and. it is tnld his in
tention unB te. move awny.
Miller was shocked when he learned
from the child that the father and step step
hether left laet Friday for the visit.
She had eaten all they hud left for her.
PLAN WAR-LAW REVISION
International Commission Elects
Moere Chairman
The Hague. Dec. 12. (By A.
J.) Tin international commission
of jurists for the revision of the laws
of warfare met in plenury session yes
terday t Peace Palace; Jehn Bassctt
Moere, I'nited States, was appointed
chairman.
Responding te the opening nddrcss
fcy 11. A. win Knrnebcek, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Mr. Moere explained
it wan the object of the commission te
consider whether tiie existing rules of
internntiennl law adequately cover new
Methods of werefnre introduced since
rXhe Hague eomentieo of 1007 and, if
net. what changes ought te be adopted
OB part of the law of tuitiens. He said
the Powers de net Intend the commis cemmis commis
rien te lenert en the rules relative te
submarines and noxious cases, which
already had been adopted at the Wash
ington Armament Conference.
JAILS FIFTH DRUNKEN
' , , CAR DRIVER IN BUCKS
Fine of $100 Alse Ordered Against
Philadelphia Man
Doylestown, Dec. 12. Willis O.
Wilsen, of Croyden. was ncntenced by
Judge William C. ttvnn here yesterday
te pay n line of $100 nnd te serve
thirty days in Hiieks, County prison for
driving n motorcar while Intoxicated.
Wilsen pleaded guilty. He Is n fore
man of the Commercial Trunk Com
pany, of Philadelphia.
Wilsen said he cot the whisky In n
Bristel cigar store te make n het drink
te cure ii cold, nnd Judge ltynn ordered
thnt n bench warrant be issued for
Jehn Elmer, proprietor of the store.
"It is a painful duty," said the
Judge, "for the court te sentence a
mnn with n geed reputation, but the
court wants It understood right new
that the nutomeblle laws of this Com
monwealth are coins te be enforced in
Bucks County."
In the Inst ten days Judge Ryan has
sentenced five drunken motorists te jail
terms.
UNDECIDED ON CALLING
TAFT IN DAUGHERTY CASE
Heuse Committee Opens Hearing en
Impeachment Charges
Washington, Dec. 12. (By A. P.)
The question of cnlling Chief Justice
Tnft as a witness at Its hearing of the
Keller impeachment charges against At
torney 'General Dougherty remained te
be decided by the Heuse Judiciary Com
mittee en nice Ing today te open the
hearings. The Chief Justice, who was
included in "the list of witnesses sub
mitted by Representative Keller In 111-
I tic his chaws ngninst the Attorney
General, informed Chnirman Velstead
jenterday that he would appear before
the committee should It sec lit te call
himr
Othcrs On the list of witnesses sub
mitted by Mr. Keller were Geerge W.
Wlckcrshnm. former Attorney General :
Samuel Gempcrs, president of .he Amer
ican Federation of Laber, and Guy
Oyster, Mr. Gempcrs' secretary, who.
with the Chief Justice, were desired
-summoned in connection with that sec
tien of the bill of particulars relating
te the nnnelntmcnt of William J. Burns
as chief of the Department of Justice
Bureau of Investigation.
KIDNAPPED AMERICAN
MISSIONARY RELEASED
Commission te Seek Freedom of
Three Held by Chinese Bandits
Peking, Dec. 12. (By A. P.)
Anten . Lundccn, of rsewman Ureve,
Neb., a mlsslennry who was kidnapped
hv hnndlts in Hennn Drevlnce en Oc
teber 13, leBt, has been released, it was
announced here today.
Three ether Americans are still being
held captive nnd the diplomatic corps
bcre has appointee a commission wmen
will start for Henan province Thursday,
te negotiate their release.
KNOX LEFT $1,464,724
Fermer Senater's Estate Greater
Than First Estimates Indicated
New Yerk, Dec. 12. The estate of
former Senater Philander C. Knox, who
died in Washington October 12. 1021,
amounted te $1,404,724, according te
the report of the executer, the Union
Trust Company, of Pittsburgh, made
vestcrday in trnnsfer.tnx proceedings' in
New Yerk State.
An estlmnted Inventory made In
Pittsburgh before the will wns admitted
te probate placed the value of the estate
at $825,000, of which $000,000 was in
personal property.
Watchman Dies Frem Burns
Atlantic City, Dec. 12. William
Hunter, the twenty-scvcn-yeur-eld
watchman nt the Garden Pier, who was
burned about the head and t-heuldcr-and
scarred nbeut the chest when liU
clothing caught flre while feeding the
furnace yarly yesteidny morning, died
in the City Hospital this morning.
Hunter hnd opened the deer of the
furnace when through a defect of some
sort n long- tongue of flame shot out
and enveloped his entire body. He
made his home in Absecon nnd is sur
lved by a widow and three small
children.
KDCOATION BY VISUALIZATION
Prominent educators nrc talking of th
nddeil lalue of lensenn tuusht by the uea
of plciurea In effect that Is whut the wen.
clerful collection of vliturea In the Roto Reto Rote
Kravure Section might be said te be accom
plishing An exclusive feature of the Sun
day l'Ciilie LEDOEit? Make It a Habit."
Adv.
COLD WAVE IS DUE
Tl
SOON IN
IIS ONE
Lew Temperatures in Middle
West Are Sweeping Toward
Atlantic Coast
perature and a bllzsard with a sixty
elght-mile-an-heur , wind driving en
Lake Superior. ,
-' Saals Ste. Marie, Mich., Dec. 12.
(By "A. P.) The upper lake region
was being swept today by wind storm:)
that halted lake traffic A dozen or
mere steamships were reported In shel
tered harbors this morning.' Nene of
the vessels was knewn1 te be In danger.
The gale was accompanied by n sharp
drop in temperature anil henvy snow-
inn.
STORM HITS GREAT LAKES
ISSED
Grand Tall Cedar Ra-eleeted
Atlantis City- Dec. 12. Benjamin
Ilacharach, for the last fourteen years
grand tall cedar of the local terest,
1'nii rv.inre nt Lphniinii. was re-electcU
for fi fifteenth term nt the annual I elec
tion held Inst night. J. Frank Peters
was elected scrthe te succeed Ldwln Bl.
8pcncer reslgncdt
Bu Aneciated Prt$
Chicago, Dec. 12. A hlgb wind
brought the first severely cold weather
te the States of the Middle West today,
while th.c Northwest for the second time
this winter wns in the grip of sub-zero
temperatures. Celd wnve warnings
were issued for the Ohie and Mississippi
Valleys nnd forecasters predicted the
cold weather In the Northwest would
spread eastward today, preceded, hew
ever, ey rising temperature.
The coldest weather recorded thU
winter prevailed In the Northern part
of the Recky Mountain region. Tem
peratures ranged from 12 te 27 below
in Wyoming nnd Mentana. The South
ern portion of the region, it was pre
dicted, would experience the cold wave
today.
. Apparently the center of the cold
wave continued te held In Mentana, a
Miles City recorded the lowest tempera
ture Inst night, rending 27 degrees be
low zero. Other Mentnna points were
only two or three degrees under that
record.
Throughout the cold wave section reports-Indicated
a high wind Intensified
the cold.
A lower thermometer registration,
weather forecasters announced, heralded
the arrival of the cold wave In Mis
souri, Kansas and Oklahoma, giving
these States their first real winter. The
mercury wns expected te reach 10 above
early today and continue its downward
progress until near 7cre tonight.
Celd-wave warnings have been Is
sued for Ohie, Kentucky, West Vir
ginia, Western Pennsylvania, Western
and Northern New Yerk, Western Ten
nessee and extreme Northern Missis
sippi. Celder weather, accompanied by
snow, was predicted also for Colerado
nnd Western Texas. A drop in the
mercury was announced for parts of
Utah, Arizona nnd New Mexico.
In Chicago, a high wind made the
cold mere apparent. Beginning last
night the thermometer dropped until
early this morning It reached 15 above,
the lowest of the winter. Today Illinois
weather, generally forecast as receding
te zero, was expected te play an. Im
portant part In the voting en n pre
posed new constitution- for the State.
uuiutn, iuinn., reported zero tern-
TIERNAN SUIT DISM
Reconciliation of Professer and Wife
Receives Official Recognition
Seuth Bend. Ind.. Dec. 12. (By A
P.) The reconciliation recently ef
fected between Jehn P. Tlcrnan, for
mer Notre Dame law Instructor, nnd his
wife, Mrs. Augusta Tiernan, who was
the chief figure In the paternity suit
brought against Harry Poulin, wns.
given official recognition late yester
day, when Judge Chester U. Montgom
ery, of Superior Court, dismissed Tier
nan's cress-suit for divorce.
The cress complaint was reopened
two weeks age, when tlie Judge set aside
the divorce decree after the professor
had married Mrs. Blanche Hawn
Brimmer, nn Iowa widow.
The cress complaint was dismissed
en motion of Tiernan'n attorneys. Tier
nan was net in court. He is new in
A'ew Yerk City with lis brother, Peter
(Pieman.
MINE FOREMAN KILLED
After-Damp Overcomes Investigat
ing Party of Officials
Wllkes-Barre. Pa., Dec. 12.-s-Whlle
Investigating an explosion of gns which
injured thrce men earlier In the day,
officials of Ne. 0 colliery of the Lehigh
and Wilkes-Barre Ceal Company at
Sugar Notch were overcome by after
damp, and when rescuers reached them,
Benjamin Griffith, a section foreman,
was dead of suffocation. Superin
tendent T. R. Oambeld and Bew Mor Mer
ris, assistant superintendent, also were
unconscious, but recovered.
In the earlier accident Jehn Moyef Meyef
skl and Constantine Oasparltes, min
ers, and Jehn Munson, a fire boss, were
caught by exploding gas. Though ter
ribly burned, they managed te walk
te the surface. They are in a critical
condition.
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