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iVVV'- .- V,
S BARRED AGAIN
ItW Yerk Paster; Won't Allew
Miss Duncan te Appear
fOLLOWS BAN BY BOSTON
''jfew Yori' Dcc 13,Ju(,t when Tsa
jert Duncan's twlnkllnp feet nrc ycirn
L, t9 pirouette somebody comes along
and anchors them Je the fleer with nn
idtt Clint her terpstchorenn umluia umluia
tJe enn't undiilnle around that per-
lfw Ci'trley. that banned her. lie
fer that, Chicago, pceplnc threu?h
t?!r . . nin nf ltd tm. lift.
nn '",":" .""".,"..;,.. ':;.
g"f ., i. Dr. Wllllnm N. Outhrle. of
ty Uir.rcu in ui, .......... ... .
t hi? church rhristmBB Eve. When Dr.
QuthrlC left town jur uriri vul.hi.uh
Sen,lny nlKht he directed his secretary
te Imue nn announcement yestcrdey
j? ,P.p!annlien wns Riven.
MIm Duncan has been thr tnrRet of
tritlclsm by chapters of the Atiierirnn
Iiien In various parts of the country
ince her nrrlvnl lien, n frtw months
ue with her ltussinu poet husband,
j The were detained nt Ellis Mnnd
jntll they convinced the authorities
ther were net extremists.
' m.. jntF wen hetltilrd te nnricnr
'hit night at Baltimore.
GRILLED ALL NIGHT, MAN
DENIES DOUBLE MUHUtH
4000 In Meney and Jewels Gene
Frem 8cene of Crime
New Castle. Ind.. lcc. 13. (Bv A.
f,) Ben Broekshlrc, twenty-thrce-jear-e'J
farm hand, who wns ledged In
the county Jail here jesterdny following
v. JliKAFKn nf the miirrierN of Mr. nnrl
Jin. William 0. Shaffer, still denied
ill knowledge or tne crime cnriy teciny.
'Officers questioned the man tliromjh tliremjh
lit the nlzht, but bu still maintained
Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer were found en
their farm near Mlddletewn with their
httii crushed. A r.nuill band nx, which
.ntl.ni'lfUa liflltprn WAM llfieil liv (lift
ilirer. was found In the room near
Mrs. Shaffer's body.
Hroekshlre could net give eltieera a
Itflnite outline of his movements last
Tuesday. They said the couple preb-
low had been murdered en etlncsuay
tlfht of last week.
Little Hilly Huffstlckler, three years
A n nnnhnu nf the filnln pniinle. v. fin
I9 found in the house Buffering from
tbe lecit or toeu, clothing ana proper
Mention, wns apparently recovering
from Ills ordeal today. He was unin
Jewelry and money said te be In ex
tw of $4004) was missing from the
keuie, and police believe that the mo
tile for the; crime, was robbery.
Eietllent Performance of Pucclnl'e
Tragic Opera, With Florence Easten
Till" PA 'IT
llClCS&n I1ivnfi TMtnn
laiukl . riern perlnl
niufnen iimc! Antnony
A 8. CeniUl Hhnmtaua ."Antrtnlr. tltnttl
2S' i Giordano Ialtrln1rl
JWM"? Metre Audlte
JU Unclt-PrlMt Wltlllam Omtafiien
Jl,u,,"1,,- Taote Qulntlna
VMrlil CemmlBaary .Vlncente Heachlillan
cendacter IloLerte itoranzenl
?llA tStrH tlltpfirmfinnfl nf ,1a cnnr
W the Metropolitan Opera Company
inmccim i irngic .ieuame llut
Itttllj," which wan given at the Acad-
nmjei .uusic msi evening iieteru the
Wj! crnwded nnd brilliant house.
7i.t Tlfrflirmnnrn ntm nvnnltnn, !..
Ifcery way nnd fullv up te the standard
Wf thn Mptrnnnlltnn nrjiaAntnttnna
rttheut being in any wny distinguished,
J were the tve previous performances
i the season thus fnr. Florence Ens-
JB, new thr logical "CiD-Cie-San" of
F Jletronelltan, gae her usual fine.
IMOltTF nf li ..!.. l.l 1. ..... ,
Wn been in considerably better velcu
Ulln hhfl Una tnuf n.AntMM IT.. ..
Wtlen of the role of the scU-sncrlflc-
. ..,.u..cac Kirj n leiiciuiig nnu IUII
" wfi"e.ncnt, nnd, although she has
).. '"vu,c ucller nere ttinn Bhe did
evening, her singing was in thor
ium Kppnmp i. m. !, it... t .i.
R i i he 'J1'1 e'flally v,ell the benu-
S.S . rl , lnc ,lrst nct. 'he lament of
b tecend and th wonderful pathetic
auiic nf the dose of the epern.
Karie Hinmlpe made his lirst np
rance here ns n member of the
Mrppelitnn Company, nltheugh he
m.i i , '"."II-. inn uri. ueill
Tfl; dramatic, has brendened con-
... 'j , , p joining the larger com
?i llis '"Psentntien of IMnherten
tlioreughlj acceptable. Antonie
"fOttl WttR sn Ptllllll nu MKnr.li. u l.
ir.VfiJ'li'1 c,(,rv reI whlcl1 he essnjs,
Hnl . Xrtr Pf'iflPnl" received many
Wfn miner roles were well
Mr. Mornnenl conducted, as is nl
PnUi", al? ,1!, c'"ie when he lends
tttn '. . ,relnl Wrn allowed the
i,"" lcstrn,len e 'rewn the elceb
""" """I one occasion.
,P PERA FOR PITTSBURGH
Wn Abandoned When Other Cities
Fall te De Their Part
p w iiwbih1!. i' wiiwiWiMff j fi"ii .",7nm?t a!FWvnirminmTrwTj'iVjrt'j"i7zzr,r nFzwmir-ii:iT,J
. Emmm'pimTMmfn- iHffiAEi5pHi;- wbdkesday. psgEMBEit 13
, 1, ii
ni.TWflre"j.fi..ww'i i'k''i; i .- j i. tsat. jmm
mv,"w y: "ra
1 - " ' ran
flMlhllrei. .L." "." "I'TU M.-III.I1I1 in
B3 lnlTO1' Wer ffldnUy
at p'lil.i"1'",1 '""""d ''y directors of
KiA pii"rf,U"(,r,,en "' the United
wy .a.in ui,crii company said In
lttn!n.W.H decided le abandon the
nd 0BMB,; lltts'"'rRh high cIiim
mtt nTn ''! ro'"",,tie" Willi ether
"winr '?!,i"" wntl ,0 "rcanlze n
Si'?.' r. ,'" . I'lttsburgh nnd ....
0lnZ..., '' "'"er liirgc cities, such
''Innil ,l,.vrmni1 ""d Detroit,
wuieirimrt toward lireneilv finnnr.
k ue nrn(. i.. :. ."...
5rdtri .,..."". "" nniwriv inrge
III dec n tlu WtaburBU section.
ME fleel. 0n r,.slll,H , ..J llbni.,,ull.
'Aidr Tv"","d opera tour."
Fucnv ''i"-'. "irecier or tne opera
WtenInC,n,8r,?,ll w,th th0 V"
?t was mnd" tL un"ou"cc-
PNCH BIRTH RATE DROPS
," of Births Over Deaths Only
9000 In 8X Menth3
I Wrs nf '. (jr A. tl-Vital
Wl hlnh ,U V!'nr Bh,,w decrcnbc of
lu Sl"1"1 nn i""',no of .TJ.(K)t)
P- Th.f J '"rrejpen.ling period in
,'la Vi." '"""s "ver deaths,
taUjcar WftS 73000' ,s enI-
Again Under Ban
BBBBT; :: i. t.rt )
I V '!m?i
Exrludcd again from presenting her
dance, tills time by a New Yerk
clnn'cli. She find liren previously
barred by Hosten nnd Chicago
OREGON FEEUS EARTHQUAKE
Pendleton. Ore., Dec. lit. Citizens
nf Helix, eighteen miles from Pendle
ton,' reported three distinct earthquake
shocks yesterday. Ne damage was reported.
ID PARTY PLAN
Cleveland Conference Adjourns
After, Assailing Republicans
MAY FORM PEOPLE'S BLOC
" Bv Al$eelated Prttt -
' Cleveland. Dec. 13. Delegates te the
second Conference for Progressive Po
litical Action n'ere leaving for their
homer today te perfect State organiza
tions for the nomination nnd election of
candidates, cither '.through "primaries
of'eld parties" or by "independent po
litical action," ns set forth In the pro
gram of organization adopted at the
two-day convention here. i
Formation of ii third pnrty was de
feated nt the closing session last night
nftcr n prolonged debate, in which majiy
sneakers characterized the Rcnubllcun
nnd Democratic Parties, ns "owned and
financed hy Wail street."
A feature of the report of the Iteselu
tlens committee, as adopted, waa n
declaration that the conference, "ns a
leading factor in securing the election of
progressive United States Senators and
members of the Heuse, request such
members te act as a ncople's bloc and te
work for the people s progressive pro
gram, nnd that the chnirmnn nnd secre
tary of this conference call such pro pre
sresslvp members tnkcthcr nn een ns
1 the new Congress convenes te eignnlzc
them for eftectivn action."
DiMMifcslen of the third party ques
tion came nftem day devoted le the dli dli
cusslen nnd adoption of n program for
filture political nctien and n idatferm in
which was demanded repeal of the
Esch-Cumuiins lnw, public control of
dent and 'Vice' President; that Congress
end practice of courts in declaring legis
lation unconstitutional, enactment of
the Nbrrls-Slnlnlr bill, payment of b
soldier bonus by taxes en excess in
comes, nnd legislation providing min
imum standards of employment for
' William II. Johnsten, of Washing
ton, president of the Machinists' Union,
In'suinmltig up the work of the confer
ence, 'declared that "much lmd been nc nc
cempllshed in welding together the
farmer and labor organizations for
united political nctlvity, .nnd that the
work of setting up orgnuliitlens In-all
States wlH fellow shortly."
mother lenders expressed themselves ns
grii tided with the work of the confer
ence, nnd predicted success in thu pro pre
gressiva political fields.
MOURNED BY THOUSANDS
Distinguished Specialist, Children's
Benefactor, Diet In Newark
Newark, N. J., Dec. 13. Dr. Miller
Royal Whltcnack, famous as n special? i
1st en children's diseases nnd known
te thousands ns the "Miracle Man,"
died yesterday at the Presbyterian Hos
pital where no bad been for mere than
six weeks, suffering from bleed poison
Death of the noted baby doctor ended
a six weeks' battle for life, in which
specialists from all parts of the East
were called Inte consultation. Bleed
transfusions failed te aid him.
Thousands of persons in Newark and
adjacent cities nnd towns prnyed con
stantly for the recovery of Dr. Whltc
nack, whose kindness and attention te
his little patients endeared him te ricn
and peer' alike.
Dr. Whltcnack was bem in Newark
feity-elght years age.
CHRISTMAS CARDS AND CALENDARS
WATERMAN TOUNTAIfi tW' t) 27 te 435.
PMRttER DUOFOLO FOUNTAIN PENS f 5. nd. 7.
eVER5HARPPENCIlSrrAf.AArtft4Liy. te 135.
COMBINATION SITS (tvathaiPetalWtHPthl 8- le IS
DESK SETS t5P te OJ
Docter Robbed of Jewelry
Thieves broke Inte the home of Dr.
Ebart Cellins, 0020 Qermantewn nvo nve
nue. vesterdav afternoon and stele Jew-
water power, direct election of; Prcsl-1 dry valued at 652.
r xBi2BByBBBBBBKv!i- ?gi'
Ltt Fatima smektrs
and after all, what
ether cigarette is
se highly respected
by se many men?
Licgett & Myers Tobacco Ce.
0f ec" -
n as (rifts efiJewelrtj
Credit Plan gives cash
n a y men t 8 and
1 Seuth 1351.
Near Walnut SL
DON'T LOSE ANOTHER HAIR!
35-cent "Danderine" will Save Any Man or Weman's
Hair Delightful Tonic See Dandruff Ge I
j Hurry! It'a your duty! Each day
you see e little mere hair coming out
and you arc making no effort te
avoid baldness, what a pity, ran
ing hair means your hair is weak,
sick, possibly dandruff is stran
gling it, or the hair-root pores in the
scalp are net firm and tight, thus
wasting the hair-growing oils.
Danderine almost instantly steps
falling hair and cleans every par
ticle of dandruff away, then your
hair takes en new life, vigor and
strength te grew strong, thick r.na
Danderine is delightful net sticky
or greasy. Ge te any drugstore new
and get a bottle. Use it Have
healthy, heavy, beautiful hair and
'etn of it Adv,
WITH profound sadness we mark
thepassingef the eminentpieneer
of modern merchandising the
leader whose achievements were an
inspiration te us and te his fellows.
We looked upon Jehn Wanamaker
as mere than America's foremost
merchant as a forward-thinking
citizen whose influence for geed will
be felt down through the years.
Net only his chosen field of
endeavor, but this city, . and the
nation, lese a truly great personality
through his call te the Great Beyond.
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