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EVENIKG PUBLIC LEDOEK-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1022
Eliminate Oral Plan, Says Cen
tral High Instructor at
1923 MEETING TO BE HERE
Stuff ( in rrNj)enih t
nfllililic.ii. IM.. D-. '-N.-A liluli
t.,i iim win. couldn't spell "llmt"
.i . ... ..,.,.l,i nlven tfi mIieu tlmt
was "l" ' ' ' " ,
fpcllliic mil H'0 "" of Kcntnnmr by
thlMrrii In tin' second yen- class lit hlpll
.in(il were atrocious-, bv Di. .lames II.
jfnffiitt. of the Philadelphia Cent nil
lllph Scheel. He snIe nt the meet.
Inc nf fie Kadi-di Heel Ien of the coli celi coli
ventien of the Pennsylvania Smie
Teuchers' Asocial Inn.
I)r. Moffat! niIiI I luil boys mine te
llm who hnil been Kriidtmtcil from ele
mentary school ninl V't could net spell
nny ten word correctly nor use ceed
fi'iimmatViil lonstriiclien In n sentemv.
lie advocated (hut Rrratcr cure be
tnken ir. Instruction in this work nnd
that lieyi who were net prelick'Hl
fheiild be kept i '' lower prude's.
"Cut ilewn tlie IMs tlmt lire kIveii
the boys," snlil Dr. Meffntt, "nnd
pbove nil be "lire Mint mi, never nsk n
Tiey te lenrn te spell n word until h
inexvs what it means, (id nwny from
the oral spcllinc lists, for ernl spcllln;
js iinnntiirnl. Words arc always writ
tm nnd one automatically i-uuli.is the
"Forset rules In spcllinc They never
vreik out well. Teach jour pupils te
life (he words in sentences and they
will unconsciously spell rerreetlv. I
Mieve the best nay te tench spelling js
try Imve .sentences with blank words le
re filled In b.v the pupil, lie does it
then in a nniiiral, normal way."
riilln. Chesen fur ll)2:S Convention
I'liilnilelplilii was I'hnsen for the nn
mini convention next year. Kuperin
tfwlent Hroemu Invited tbe convention
there at a meetine of the Heuse of
Delinnles. V,. .f. ('attell. n represent
in? the Philadelphia Chamber of Com Cem
jucrce. seconded Dr. itreiuneV invita
tion nnd en vote of the delegates Phlln
(lclpliiu carried with Ml! Miles. KHe
vns .second, with 1 li! I ett-s.
The IIoiise of Deleiliites wiflleut com cem
Mcnt mceplcd the drift of the bill itk
VlnlitU the tennie of eflii for te tellers
Which will co te the .eciitive commit cemmit
tre fur linal levNien befure ei-im; pre pre
cnlei at the cemiti',' s("JsI(in ,,f tlin i.pjj
i'.ntuie The bill hns b"en prepared by Oliver
r. CeiniiuiH. asseda'e Miperintendeut
cf Pliiltiilelphla. ami nirnbi-th linker,
of Il.irilsbur: It pre-ides, in the main.
tlint :m te'irher v I e is aptmliited te
the - 'i ie' of the !s!.,te e.innet be dis
rl.nrsed wl.heiit iiie c.i's(. and publii;
l.Mi-i'ii It fuitheriiii-ri' clips the rich
!; ' l nl te the St.ite Department of
IMi i ' u'l
T' ' II, under its present draft.
Ti"' ' ' this iii.inner net nny ai'Ii-
eis ir'ct. mi'iiti and assiicl.it"
"' ' 'Us and all principals and
etl iiii'netl in the ..striu until
lib' ' "clncaiicinnl mifiin,
It ' ides that jim leather in the
f1' 'ins bum cmplevd for Ihrne
C't'1- ipw in a selioel district
fn iiiidi'i- the prewsiiiu en re
'""' ' ' li also pr i' i.' s i 'in l any
t'"i' ' ' i service for four je.rs con
sult sliall immediately be affected
B III t.
.Most Meld Certificate
Ve ten ber shall b.- placed upon In
fl'tmite tenure wlm d -s net held n
l"Hii;Mii,t Slate n'lilliciif issneil by
tin- N'i terinti mleiit nl Public Jii-ti-iif-ti'iii
nl this Couiiuenuealili.
'Hie s rueis nf unj icachir upon in-"
i.'linii in, uie who b reason nf il!.iss
1- lie lb e In disi h.il'ji bis duties for .1
1 i "I 'me s, henl vetir iinv le ills-
i'ni lined b the In aid.
Ne ti'.ielier seriiiK upon Indelitilte
tfiline shall miITi r a decrease in mi'im-.v
vithmit the te.icherV consent, cm eit
1' ii'itsiin (f a salary iesinn aiTcct
J".' ill te.iehers nf the district holding
jH'sliiniis of hhe character and Kiade.
J he n, .s:,r uaiisfer of a teacher
Jln" ' position te another having
I' heel s,ln .., , M, ,eisidereil
P'h'H'i-' 'i ilaij within the meaning
"i s pmu .nib A teacher shall
J ne ih" siine iv,'ht.s te a he.intig In
J ;'iul te ,m si,.i pinpiiscil tl :ill-fc r
' ' '.i 'till I bj this act in ca-e.s of
in nf .mil iit.ilnst a tiacher.
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1 , ''II 'I tei I ,, ipcllim; ,, M'ii
I '! I el i I I inli'iesl MM'illU'
" is iii i'ii iii's I,, s,e,, iii-tricls
1 '' "i.'l I ui i'e ' . S ich .i law
1 ' ' Phi'.ul Ijih'.i n,;, n iheii-
' ' il'ill.ns ,ii h c-ir. 'At i'ic
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1 Sl.lHlii.lilHl in li.n-l; .i'.iiIn.
1 '"is I.I lien ilicl'llleil as
' - 'ii tin i -iim, ie, , ie, 4 ter
' " '""I uu"t I" iidianied by
1 - "i a ti icpeMij ion, until .mil
' ' ' ' Sflle shall p.i.
"" I" Ul sehiel (list ie sull'els
' " "'I'lllUll li (lie i.n
' " " s Ih,. mlelit , would
'.' "';' ''-'Uhs ll the laene weic
' "I M l ill ieM,,l.
' '" ne.di ,.n.i piiiuitiv.. hand
' X ,n" "'.lipels as ,, M,,h llf
,- ' '"'ICH s, .,! , ,,
' N' ''I in l.illiiiu M. Cew
"' seeiieii ill-, iissin
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"I'll snli nil iMhli'fi
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"He li .ii . inter,
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nn'i. he learned nil its iiart.s
' '' ' kl nlnillli
awiiUellttl his liliiiu.
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, ,, ' - ,MI ." legiilar class and
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nf the ihil-
. '' ,ir,h I is one
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iif the best instru
clllldle'l of lievcr
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tta , f ' , ' ""'"'"' liitl.it nt c.n-
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'EACH RURAL SOCIOLOGY,
"nur.br. j. V0GT. OF PHILA.
Weaker Tells of Need for Delving
Inte Country Life
'".'se. I., js ,,'A a. P)-A
Jn'l! ' ", '" "' ' ll,l""s "'' '""1
ii ,', ,,' ' ' s - is ,!,.,! I,, ,,.
I e , . ,. "" ' ' ' 'I i '".'Is have upon
'nl , "", ,I,!i".,!,,.,l1 'i'"' ','',1,u"
in. , ', ,, ' "" '"''""'l meeting e
viiui, , N lebulciil Se. let v.
....1.11 i ie, net mini
tlin ' ' s" f'"' "' 'I"' l""l-
"ie., ''""'rx of ,,ew trill, s
Vlt. ,'," -""",l- "I'l"' teacher
I'll .I , r,""" "i1""1'1 '" I"' ""
nl I.', Il"1,",' ""."-ever irutlis imhh
''!"t'bin , i. '::::" ",!::Tm! i
VIM nl,1,''',',,''""1 "f ""''I'W a slndeiil
fae-eiH M..M,.'"'"!",'","ilv " " I'"
inte ,i . ', " "'unj ..i;aii,ntleii. te
iuT i ,;,'l,,".,:,, '''I'cfen'.'s opera. ,
In, ...... -i.e. l;i or ueiildless or
Many Vessels Still
Held by Feg in Bay
Centlnunl from I'nire On
tlie iieri. TK. ,,rcs,,t ,,..,, ls cellsj.
crcd the worst ilnee that time.
Waves Mountain High
Vivid details of flip tempestuous vey.
iirc made by the French liner Lit Sa Sa
yeie, which nnlvetl in New Yerk von ven
tcrdiiy. forty. ,.iK,t lienrs Inte nnd bat
tered by terrific hurricanes, were nar
rated today by Dr. KHennc Unmet,
head of tin. Pasteur Institute in Tunis,
win) Is nt tlie IIcllevtie-Htrntferd.
Ah told li, Dr. Unmet the tery of
lniniiitnliiiiiiu ..-.... ...ii ....'.. ... .. i
, ,', """. iiiue-u-iiiiiiuie
Sfies nnd sliiiis in dint ress in the storms
CMH'ricllCC. fm In, enu ,.i,n ,.r r.. ...!..
'.'"" K "' "'" ""'ih m personal
lint cabin asseuaerH en I,a Savele. ,
He arrived in Phllailelphhi vesterd'nv
?., !n'l!!,':,n,,,n,,, ,n? Intf '". patl(,,'1n,'',
of,. Music, v.here he wa.s w,,, Jthi'1
"It was a terrible experience for
m!!!'V . , ''!'?l"'"K,,,l;M "'!'' especially
tlie women nnd sma c i hlren," the
Pii.vsi.inn .id, "and the credit for our '
'life il"liveraii(". should go te that vci-, ,
V- iv ',""" "' ''-'cisi-B in me Acniiemy
valiant imiMier et hc vessel, Cnptnin The stenmship Pnlither is in distress
"Thirl 'mi'i!!: r ,... ... ...... ,ff ''"lent nnd two ncenn-Keine tugs
the midst (.f ,he hurricniie everythiiiK
uas tepsy-tuivy. im you American-'
.;!!?.' i iT ",)l f,"lV '" ''"' ,l,,w" IniiiKiuiind in the Hay of Piscav nnd Is n
poi thele and drench pveivihiii"
"And nil during that time." Dr. '
Illll'llet Wen, rav "ll,,. ,.iuu, ... ..
. . '" ' i ...",,,,,, -. I,i:ir
ipiiip erave. uitnnugii
wc re nervous.
"I knew thai seveml limes the ship's P""i'l'e 11"- .T1"' 'mremeter still Is
officers felt as if the huce waves some ' u:lac,tk''1,
of them ninety feet high would plunge !
Ihreugh the suin'r-slructiue. One Plymeiitli, Knglaiid. Dec. 29. (IJy
night In paiticular the vessel, which ' A. P.) Twe fatalities nt sen directly
was almost at n standstill, was pound- ! ntlributnble te the terrific storms en
ed from one side te the ether ami ninny ' countered en the Atlantic during the
pieces of furniture us well as a nian'e Inst week, were reported by vessels
in the mniti salon were scattered nil reaching this pert tedny.
ever the room , wminm Helmes, traveling with his
aptnin , Hoimeii lived tip te thciwjf nml flv(. children en the Cermnn
denls f niariners when he forget every- , ,.,. Hnlnien. which arrived from
of his passengers," the ph.tsician con
cluded, "an. I his nctlen in net push-
, - " f"'n iiit.i in- -iiiei. ,
Ing the liner loe fast saved us nil
from possible drowning."
Ui lliirnet is head of the Pasteur
?....,.... ,. ........ . ., ... . I
After virtitlne Wnsbiiigten and nd-
dressing the College of Physician here
Tiiesdaj. he will spend n few days in
New Yerk and return te Tunis Jnnu
n ry 17.
STIRS AMERICAN RESIDENTS
Assertion That People in U. S.
Faver Giving Up islands Resented
Manila.. Dee. 27. (Hy A. P. De
layed). Representative Dyer, of Mis
souri, stirred up u controversy before
the American Chamber of Commerce
here today when he reiterated the opin
ion crptcs'cd In nn address Inst week
l.i fore the Philippin Senate, that tlie
American people believed the Philip
pines' rendy for Independence.
At the close of his talk today. .Telin
W. Iliiusserinuii, a resident of Manila,
told the chamber that Mich speeches
as Mr. Djer had made only served as
an obstacle le the work of the Ameri
cans in the Philippines.
"In mv judgment." said Mr. Dyer,
in his speech, "the people of the I'lilted
Slates fee! tlmt the time has come
when the people of teli Philippines are
i Me te take ever the islands and man
irrc their own affairs. The occupation
1 1' the Philippines entnils considerable
expense for the army, and the people
want Congress te reduce expenses. We
nl'e have given our word and are In
honor bound te grant the Philippines
Mr Ilaiisscrmnn said: "Mr. lyer
bus net jind the oppertuuiM te 'ludj
the Philippines question. If Ann ricatis
here lieiieveii unit I lie nesi inn rests in
lie Pilipitie would In served bv hauling
down the ling Ssi per cent weiilil vote
.M's. bill we'ie mil going te ,. little the
DRIVING RAIN STORM
DISSIPATES THICK FOG
Storm te Continue All Day, Fair
Weather Tomorrow 13 Forecast
Rain and gales, which the weather
man says will continue tedaj , last night
lifted the fog which settled ever the
city last Tuesday.
Vessel movements, which had been
tied up from this city te tlie Delnwnre
lircakwater, were pcrmillul last night.
A f"w of the twenty-one steamers fog- '
bound between Ii h Island and M.r.
tits Heek, were, heucxer, still anchored
at Marcus I It ok tin- morning.
Wiishingti.il storm warnings told of
si vi re gales expeitcd along tlie coast
leilaj frulii the llre.ikwnter te Kast
piiit. .Me. Toinermxv will he fair, the
li rcciistcr said
ASKS MONEY FOR RUSSIA
Plan Put Before Harding te Berrow
$100,000,000 for Agriiulture,
Washington. Dei l's. iltx A. P. I
X h, m, i ' i" -Al T'-'te nremerhaven, was washed overbenrd
r ,iri,m -l e l,n S """;',, ,' ' I "'l wviTnl members of the crew scrl-
t, n'ln t fl i I M fW ' '"' injurctl while the vessel was la
tain In the ,1 1 ench .Medical (erps , . . .J . ,rpln., . Th vpntq.
Daxid A. Ri.mii. of Deirnii. just t , debts. And Mr. Hughes firmly insists
of Ru-m.i inter tvxe ment lis spent in the j ' l"f we 'I'lMtienM have -u, lela
in crest f the Aiaeri.an Jewish Ilelief "".,', i:iepean Revernnients xxitli
Cnmmlltce, called en President Harding j P,Ul,i (irainess insist that they are in in
leda.x te present a plan for Congress timaielv lelnted nml Inseparable,
te appieprhite iJllMi, (Mill. linn for thej The induaiieii of the last few lays
purchase of agricultural Implements, nnd that the Semite might change Its views
mcI for the Russian i pi-. en tin feinin pelli of the Fulled
I'mler r, llrewns plan tne money States n i encourage Kiirepe ti heie
we'il.' I plnicd at th" disi,.-l of the i tlmt ilu nii'iitry mav foen see ihe
i,iericnn relict iiiimii.is.ru inn ami
wiilllil be ill the till 111 el ll I' III te the
Si.vlel Geveinmeiil. exetiiuall' te be
I aid back through some ai laiigcmi nt
made bv ihe Atiierlian relief ndminis ndminis
natien 'heiuled b.x SecreMij Hoever,
SCHUMANN-HEINK TO SING
Christmas Voice Trial Proved Her
Notes a6 Full as Ever
G;u den Cltj. N. Y.. Dee. 2S. -ilt.x
A I', i -Mini'. Ih'iiesiine Sehuinaiiii-
ilelnk bus reiexetcil fiem her attack
of tmeiiini.ni.i ami win sing in .ucini
,1a nun ry ", it xvqs anueiiiired
i;e ti cd her voice neiere a tamliy
jnthi'i ing in Cliifstmas Day. and these
win. Iieaid her said llmt her notes weic
ns full ns ever.
Fire in Church Ceal Bin
I',,, in the eal bin ".iii.ii il "'i
ihe pmisli bt'iisc of Si. MIj m's Pint
tstniil Kpisci'iml Cliiinli, at 1 aiitlini'iie
.t.i'el .'III. I Rl'lgc .ixelllie. R ixboieugb.
It In.x. Th'' R''V. Chillies S. I.xeliH,
into- el the chinch, tlisiiivi'ivd the
smoke and I'ave the .ilariu. I'h" bl.ixe
,u. put mil befet. much dlllUlgl' ll.nl
b. ell de li The lire is iippus-d t . I ,n e
ll.fll ll'"' 1 spentlllll nils inilillllsllnil.
Fire Damages Kitchen
The kitchen in the home of .In. eh
Mliiler, 111'- I'nl.v slieel, was .siiglitly
I'lanuigeil b.x u ti"' "' unknown origin
which vxas discovered nt S o'clock last
nlgbt. . - , , , , ,
l''ngine ( empiinx !. which Is In
cale.l wi bin a block of the Miuter
home, extinguished tlie bln?.e before It
had gulned lteadway.
GALE STILL RAGES.
Sweeps English Channel and
Atlantic Seaboard Freighter
Wrecked in Bay of Biscay
u ' unmwi in
Havre lie-., en v .i-rrlfle
which has been rnj;lns en the Chnnnel
nnd Atlantic senbenrd for the lns
""- AW s"w " "len of nbntlng.
,hl' I'nK m vessel Kinntisner
ailempted te re te sen InHt niglil, but
was forced te put Inch te pert, where
f,(, wnH joined bv a nere of oilier craft
, , , i , , ., ,,.,.
v'llIc1' "ew nl''' '"" ,'"n''1 '" ,,1C 1!nv,,!
Itundi, unnble te sail.
",p "tandliiR by te render nsslstnnce.
I lie KtiKlish frciKli.tr Speedwell rnn
- '''t'' i!- -
The benches nt Denuville nnd Trou-
. . .
,v ini'A hnnn tninttc-nil no, I tlin hntlt.
, wrecked bv the hicii tide nnd
ll,, ll in ere wim (Uleil lllll'llu- Hie vnv.
nge when he wns thrown te the deck
Mistninlng a fractured skull. He was
buried nt sea.
The second mnte of the steamer
N'eetstleld, bound from Newfoundland
..v...n ... ... .... .- .- . ... .
field put in nt this pert before proceed
ing te llreineruavrn.
Glasgow. Dee. 2S. fliy A. P.)
Thc freight steamship Tuderstnr, from
Seattle, regarding which some anxiety
hnd been felt, but which yesterdny was
reported safe, arrived nt this imrt to
day, one week late, having been bat
tered by a gnle that swept everything
movable from her decks. The enrpenter
of the ship was badly injured while
attempting te repair the dnmaged steer
The captain reported having been ir
wireless communication with eighteen
ether vessels within n radius of eighty
miles, nil suffering from tlie effects of
the great gale.
Senate Is Assured
Harding Is Acting
Continued from I'nee One
te stipulate loe much in getting the
nntieiiH together. He does net desire
te have the representatives of the
allied powers when they meet turn le
this country nnd say: "Well, new
tlmt ou have get us here what de you
propose te de about it."
Would Kalsc Debt , Quest ion
Thnt would rnlse the whole question
of the allied debts te the I'nited State-
I ntiiT perhaps ether embnrrnssing issues,
i Tlie rcsnensibility for the success of
tlie eenferenu' would rest upon this
count r. as having I ited if. The pres
sure te enter into Kurepean affairs
would be mere severe If this ceunlr.v
invited the conference than . it weul
M, f ti,js reiiutry meieh accepted nn
invitation from some ether power te
participate in u conference.
When I snv all thN. it is with the
reservation Hint the situation N still
fin- from dear In the Administration's
mind. Tlie passage of the llerah reso
lution or the development of public
pinion in favor of a biviader policy
toward Run pc than lins prevailed
since the tlaxs f the Paris Peace Con
ference might result in the President's
extesdlng a call for a conference te
be held lure.
Se far as foreign diplomats, here can
learn, no international conference en
F.urepe's affairs Is being projected. Ne
suggestion of one has gene forward
from Washingt ex en of a confer-
ence, sn, t
I.nw te b"
lie called hy .Mr, lletuir
held ill Londen.
The view et the dipl mints is that
this Gexeininenl would like le see !h,.
i-iii!i!Miiiiiiis i ontreversy settled b.x an
International commission of experts
that it is working toward that end.
,, i.,.i. 1.-I...,
This fits in with the lepert that
Mr. Harding regards the repaint Inns
question i.s tl"' first one te be settled.
Such an International t uniiiiissiiui of
experts would unielx determine hew
much Gciiiuiuy could and 'heiild pax.
It would inevltiiblv treat irpai.itieiis as
Mimethitu M'lHrale lint." ihe Allied
repai.itieiis lenis preniems as it dep.-.
All in all. tlie aclinic is preiinlilv
making Mr. Hughes work move diffi
cult fur him xxhile at the same time
raising tbe hope of the buslnes- inter
ests tli it something at last is te be done
by this Histij te end the ecniie.nit
RULING MAY HALT TRANSIT !
City Officials Believe Croee-Tewn
Line Feeders Are Blocked
Const rm lien of the three cress town
lines plaimid te s.'ive as fce.leis te the
Fiankfei'il elevated, mav -be deln.xed !'
tailse of I'll) Solicitor Sun th's npiuie"
of the lit.x's burrowing cipacil.x.
This Is ihe view nt city nffieinl- win.
lire weighing the celiseqilelii'i s of Mr.
Sm.v th's ruling. He In Id thai the bur
lowing i .ipucitx is rini.x si i.niai.iin i h
i'lilsi Ihe elltlle t os of tile ijt' -I..H.
of Delawaie lludge t .nisirm lien aim
b.it of the sewage diNp.ei.il plant mil-1
be charged g.iiiist the .it.x'.s abliitj te
tetitract in w debts.
IN FOURTH DIVORCE SUIT
Man, C5, Tells Coutt "Seme Hew I
Had Ne Luck at All"
lllll lei', IM.. Dec 2s -III.x A. IM
Alien. I) dixnind t In ft tun. . Ilaix.x
Criiiksliaiik. "Kc.l lixt.v-lixe xcai's, ,,f
Clay Tiixxiishiii. leda.x liieughl a sim
te separate himself fii.iii xx il , e. ,
Cruiksbniik accuses his latest wife,
who is twenlx -thiee veins old. of "de.
serileii nml unbecoming conduct "
The wife Is net contesting the ac
tion. (YuiUliiiuk. (old Ihe coin I " nine nine
hew I hnd no luck at all."
Held in Klan Case
Cimtlnufil from Pnre One
the relense of the former
Telegrams from neieii physicians ni ,
the Seuth and business men nf I.eulsl- !
ana xvere rend attesting the geed repu
tation of Dr. McKein,
Mr. O'urmitii iuestbined (lie right of i
the detectives te urresi Dr. AlcKein
en n mere telegram from somebody .
whose identity xvns pet nttested In the
message, but be said he would net '
pi ess the point. He urged only release l
en ball, asserting that the licensed for
mer Muyer would be available at any '
The courtroom xns ciexvded wltii '
ninny persons of varied racial chnrni'
terlstlcB. They were net of the usual
type which freiiuent the courthouse.
There were some Negroes in the gatli- I
ering. Old court nttnehes declared they I
never before xxllnessed the spectnele of
three Judges presiding in a habeas j
corpus mnttcr. j
Tennnl .Murder Charge ,
A formal charge of the murders of ,
K. Watt Daniels and Thnihns F. Rich
ards has been ledged agniti't Dr. Mc Mc
eoin, according te a telegram received ,
by Rebert F. I.euch. Jr., State's At-
Thu telegram rend : ' j
"Rebert F. I. each. Stnte's Attorney.'1 1
Iliiltlmnie, Mil.: In answer te your
telegram of December 27. warrant has
been issued for arrest of Dr. McKein ;
en affidavit of Sheriff Morehouse Par
ish, charging him with the murder et j
F. Watt Daniels and Themas F. Rich- j
arils. Sheriff leaves Immediately with
nceessary papers for bis extradition.
"A. V. COCO,
A second telegram read : I
"Rebert F. Leach. Stnte's Atterney:
Attorney (ienernl requested arrest of
Dr. McKein for murder, and litis ar
ranged for iiBidnxit, which will be for
warded as seen ns possible. Have
wired Chief Inspector Henry nnd (iov (iev (iov
erner Ritchie, as requested by Attor
ney fieneral. urging McKein lie held.
"JOHN M. PARKKR, Governer."
Statement by McKein
"It xvlll only be n matter of hours
when this matter will blexv ever, nnd
1 intend te continue my studies In
urology nt the Jirady Institute, Jehns
Hepkins Hospital." was the assertion
of Dr. McKein, being held here while
Governer Parker, of Louisiana, is pre
miring legal miners for extradition et
the physician in lonnectien with the j
Klan murders. I
"It is a great pity thnt Governer
Pinker has been misled te the extent ,
lie has. Thtrc is absolutely no reason
In the world for my present Incarcera
tion and the attending di'gince, behind J
which is u plot laid by some enemies I
have at Mir Rouge. Dad Governer1
Parker sent an investigator here. 1 !
would have glndty talked witli him mil,
would iuixe satisfied the executive that i
I had l.elhing te de with the crimes. I
I am net worried, however, as te the I
outcome. That I will be fieed, no,
doubt right here in lialtimere. I nm ,
"Yeu infer then, doctor, that state
ments coming from Governer Parker
ami ether Louisiana officials arc uu
tim '!" he was a'ked. i
"Absolutely, was his quick re
sponse. Sees Parker "Misled"
"It is iust as I have told ou. Gov-
eriler Parker is being misled, but be
will see before many mere hours puss
that I am being wronged and I be
lieve lie will be man enough te emtie
out and publicly apologize te me for
the trouble and embarrassment be has
caused me." i
"Are you personally acquainted with
the Governer?" Dr. McKein was asked.
He said that he vxas net, although he
had met him several times.
"I was quite active in campaigning
against the Governer when he was a
candidate for the efliccand our meet
ings xx ere enl.v casual."
"Yeu don't have any (Ilea that jour
arrest might be due te political en
"Pes'ibl.x. but most teitninly it
would net be the act of Governer
Parker. He is tee big a man te steep
te such levels, but the fnct i cumins
that tu.x enemies aie back of this whole
affair, and whether, they be political
I am unnble te saj ."
A warrant for the arrest of Dr. It.
M. McKein. who s held in Unltimere
nt the request of Governer Parker, xvns
issued here yesterda.x en iiwtrut tlnus
from Attorney Geneial Cece. The is is
suenee of the warrant, it was believed
by Stnie officials bete, would make It
unneccsnr.v for the State te pieduce
whatever evidence it may Imve against
tlie doctor in Its attempt te have him
brought te Louisiana.
Advices from Raten Rouge staled
that reqiilsl'lnn papers would be Issued
as im as the warrant xvns received
The masked mob which l.idnappnl
Daniels and UicMariis was composed et
Inbuilt seventy -live men, according
one of the Investigators who has 1,- ,i
following the case closely for sever.ii
Members of the mob, the investiga
ters asserted, dime from the parishes
of Metel. euse, Ouachita, West Cnirell.
Richland and Franklin, and from two
counties In Arkansas. The hlentitv nt
virtuall.v every member of the mob. u
wus said. Is known te the niithnrin. -
and It was expected that many i
arrests, in addition te these ulrcndx
made, would fellow as the investigation
New Orleans, Dec. 23. (Ry A. .
Governer Pinker reached here tl, s
morning te take part in the eeufeieu,
which he will held today with his legal
nseciiitis ami Fedeial investigators m
eiitllue plans for the open hearing ii
Itti'trep .llld te iiisciim etlier phii-i s ,.t
Ie Me-1 beuse kbinappiiig iuxt st
tieiH. The Goxeriier derlilied te l
ititi t viixxid, ii iiiiitaiiiing his silen
ncw-pnper men. inaugurated when iln
FIND PRICELESS TREASURES
IN EGYPTIAN KING'S TOMB
Inlaid Bex Depicts Tutankhamen
and Queen at Lien Hunt
Luxor. Kgpt. 1 ee. Uv tllx A P
Seme of the pi iccles t reiisiircs feiiiel
In thu iniiib of King Tutankhamen sex
daylight for the first lime in mere than
,'i(H)0 .xears when Heward Cniter ami
Arthur Mace, excnvalur-i of the .Men.. .Men..
pelitau Museum "f An in New 'oil
siiperillteuded then lellleval te tl,,'
tomb ni King Seti II. ;, ,t M,,i,
I lii of I be eiiji Is t lllll Ir. i ..,. , ,,
was a iniiguitii em iul.ild box xx1
depicts Ixii : TiitiiuUi.tmeii .md i
queen al ,i lien hum. The Imx i,
t.iiiied the i.meeii's inlvs nnd jewt x
iucludillg .1 huge black ambet li. . u
An alabaster vase, t tnt:j lulm- a
stance believed te be bnlpi fijt ,( ,,
similar te tlmt nieiitieiie,! m jh, lllr ,
also vx. - I i-lliex nl te Ih,. Sri i tiiiul
mi. I all the in Il-iue- ill I i,
jciiid te n fuitlii i pu-sirviiq: punt-
BOY VICTIM OF SCALDING
IMward Hoiniew d.i, live vi-ars old
lliie Tliurman sucei, Caiiideii. win.
fell into a tub of hut water a week age
men iniiiiy in viimueu lluuu'e
Stere Opens 9 A. M.
Stere Closes 5:30 P. U.
Even the Sub
New Yerk Maker Closes Out All Made-up Coats, Capes
And Makes up His Entire Yardage Surplus te Clese Out in
the Very Lewest
Sale Is Deuble!
62 1 Belivia Coats and Wraps all Fur-Trimmed.
378 Seal-Plush Coats and Capes many Fur-Trimmed.
31 Seal-Plush short "Jacquettes" with the smart tight Balkan band
296 wonderful sample Coats mostly "Ones" of styles.
223 Sports Coats of imported fabrics some Fur-Cellared.
1549 all told. Savings range from $15 te $40!
KwXfialfiikujfli v nil
Caracal Clcth, Centrastinc
Eiqhty Years of Faithful Service
MARKET : CHESTNUT :t EIGHTH NINTH
Before Had Such a
ffii $ tffifr'm
Values $30 te $55
Nothing at $15 or near $15 sold
this entire winter has even approached
nub-belivias; a few suedines; a few
caracal-cloths; and the prettiest imported
double-faced sports coatings these last
in browns, tans, grays and bronze-colors,
with "nubs" of gray, orange, green,
white, scarlet, purple, black scattered
through, and with strikingly effective
Plenty of black scarcest color there
is! among the belivias. Plenty of every
shade of brown cocoa, Malay, dark
36 te 44; extra sizes
Entire Subway Ready-te-Wear Aisles
Given Over te This Sale
Mostly Silk -
Fur - -
-All Extra Sizes
are rich seal-plushes, plain
belivias, diagonal belivias,
Raccoon, opossum, fitch,
beaverette. Bis chin cellars.
Seme coats with fur
besides the 296
Misses' sizes mostly 1 6s and
18s; women's regular sizes
up te 54.
-n beis, Sjbwnx- S-s-e
Belivia witli Fur
Thursday, Dec. 28, 1922
Serry but no mail orders.
Quick package service arranged
if you uanl te take your coat with
Belivia with Fur
Ileliviii with Fur