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PIT MURDER LOOKOUT CONFESS E0 Weather FAIR. Weathei PROBABLY RAIN. MMtt EXTPA VOL. LXELI. NO. 22,220 G? : w of Former King \Tino\ Faces of Counter Attack Results Froni Execution of Five Former Ministers. , ATHENS, Dpc. 2. Prince Andrew, a, leader In tho Constantino effort Hi restore Greece to the glory of the Ifellencs, went on tilul for lilu life hero The former King's brother faced n Cutrt murtlul composed of revolution- aries who sentenced tho hI.x Cabinet Dlenioertt and Greek war leaders who wera executed this week. , Ha is charged with disobeying orders Issued by Gen. Papxyoulas for an attack ut Polatli. where he com- manded an army division during the disastrous defeat or the Greek Armies by the Turks 4u tho lecent war. The room was crowded with revolu- tionaries and sympathizers of former llnr Constantino as the trial begun. Great crowds, excited by tho trials and executions, milled outside. Princess Alice, wife of Andrew, sat by the sido of tho prisoner. Tho Prlnco will be allowed only five witnesses to refute tho accusations, It was announced. \ HOME, Dec. 1! (Associated Press). A serious Greek counter-revolutionar- y outbreak has occurred In Patras and Mlssolonghi, on the Gulf of Patras, In Western Greece, and on lie Island of Corfu, where tho Brit- -' lsh flag Is reported to have been raised, ns the result of indignation over the Greek executions, says a message received hero from Athens to-da- y. TEN GREEK SHIPS SENT TO REMOVE OF REFUGEES IN TURKEV Allies Mar Give Their t'onacut to Expulsion of More Thnii Million Prraona, ATHENS, Dec. 2. Ten Greek steamships lmvo been sent from Piraeus to Samsoun for refugee?, under orders to bo on guard against the seizure of tho ships by tho Turks. At Constantinople an officer of the Near East Relief will tako over each chip. American destroyers will assist ut tho embarkation ut Samsoun. LAUSANNE, Dec, 2. Tho compul- sory exodus of more than a million Greeks from Turkish territory Is likely to occur with tho consent of the Allies. The demand for this move came yesterday from Ismet Pasha, who consented In the conferenco to extend tho tlmo to Dec. IP. It Is pointed out that great numbers of Greeks are already out, but there still remain In Asia Minor from 600,-00- 0 to 600,000 who had been notified to leave before Nov, 30. How to get them out will occupy a new suboommlsslon appointed yester- day. ThTurks asked that the oiMei cover 300,000 Greeks still In Constan- tinople, but tho Allies aro pleading with them to allow these Greeks to stay n while, alleging that their re- moval will cripple Constantinople economically. The removal of these great bodies Of people will constltutp the greatest commtlslon exodus In centuries of a defeated people from the territory of their conqurors. x BADto JOIX8 C. 8, AMI HONDUItAS I,) The first direct communication for aammerclul business between tho United qtatea and Honduras wi established yesterday by President llnrrtlnit and President autlarrai of Honduras. The President (if llondurun mdlnernphxd his felicitation- - to the White Hoiim from the Tropical Radio company's new to tlen at Taguelsalpa. DAILY. I Books Open to AW topjriihl (New IaMNIiln( PRINCE IS PRINCE ANDREW OF GREECE PUT ON TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE NEW REVOLUTION STARTED Brother Court-Marti- al Revolutionaries. OUTBREAKS REPORTED VANGUARD \Circulation PRINCE OF GREECE, BROTHER OF \TINO ON TRIAL FOR LIFE fwyi II 'ii i ii an1 i ih ii ,3 PRINCE ANDREW OF GREECE STEEL COMBINE OF GERMANS AND FRENCH PLANNED Xcrr Trmt Would Itlvul U. S. Slccl Corporation, Ilmpnlcli Suya. LONDON, Dee. 2 (Associated Press). A number of prominent French Industrialists nro negotiat- ing with German business men with the object of establishing a l.lg meial trust In Cer.tttil Europe ,i & r Frond leadership, sajn a Central News despatch fiom Ber- lin \Tho leading spirit of the move- ment,1' the despatch says, \Is stated to bo Eugene Schneider, tho French steel magnate, who has a dominating business power in Italy, Jugo-Slavi- a, Czccho-SIova-kl- a, Austria, Luxemburg and tho Sarro. Ho Is said to contcmplato u trust su.rpas.slng In magnltudo even tho United States Steel Cor- poration.\ POLICE TOLD TO WATCH ALL DEALERS IN COAL Price anil QnnnlKjr to One l'eraoii of \Peddler Pool\ Fixed. Chief of Police Lohey to-d- sent out a circular order to nil commanders call- ing their attention to the regulations In regard to tho domestic sizes of coal, to be known as \Peddler Pool Coal,\ handled by dealers. This coal, accord- ing to Fuel Administrator Woodln, In a lotter to Inspector Lahcy on Oct. 2C, Is not to bo delivered In moro than one-to- n lots, as needed. Delivered In lots at the yard the maximum price Is set ut 70 cents a hundred pounds. Disposed ul the cellars of deal- ers It Is not to bo sold for moro than i5 cents a hundredweight. Tho pollco ae instructed to seo that this order of tho State Fuel Inspector la not violated and also to watch for attempts on tho part of dealers to short weight customers. MAYOR WILL MARRY SPINSTERS, BACHELORS FOR 9 CENTS A COUPLE Cnt-Iln- te Marrlnicea at .in Ceilt Kncli Mark (irniTHl llarealn Dny In KluKaley, Iowa, KINGSLEV, la., Dec. 2. Marriages are being performed hore y at tho bargain prlc of 39 cents. Spinsters and bach rlors who enn bo Induced to admit their classification are being tied for 0 cents per couple by Mayor Wormloy. Ton couples worn united at thn baigatn rnto yesterday, tho first day of a gtiifral Imiualn dny salo lMilnif put on by merchant of thu town, Hanks aro shaving $1 oft notes paid lork World) bj t'tcM Company. 191 J. ARM y INADEQUATE CUTS INEXCUSABL E, WEEKS DECLARES Congress Told by War Sec- retary National Safety Is Neglected. ASKS ADDED STRENGTH Motorization, Air Service and Officer Personnel Neg- - lected, He Says. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. The pres. ent authorized regular nrmy strength of 12,000 officers and 125,000 men Is \Inadequate\ for national safety and further cuts would le \Inexcusable Secretary Weeks declared In his an- nual report to Congress. \We should seize tho first opportunity to bring the regular army back to the propor- tions which are required,\ he wrote, Declaring the officer corps \Is really the backbone of our military system,\ Mr. Weeks said that secirrlt); for tho future must rest \upon the foundation of our leadership.\ He added: \In my iasj annual report I :.tatcd that, with 18,000 officers au- thorized, we would not have enough to do all that might profitably le done Vow 1 must state that we have not enough to do what iff necessary to our safety as an organ ized State 1 earnestly advocate a re- constituting of our officer body to a minimum of 13,000 at the earliest date.\ Delay In upbuilding the National Guard, motorization of artillery trans port, development of improved tanks and Improvement \f the Ir Service wus reported by tho Secretary. T BURGLAR ES CLOSE BY HOM E OE MAYOR HYLAN Flee With $12,000 Loot Past His Home When Woman Screams. Two burglaries woro committed within, two blocks of tho homo of Mayor Hylan this morning, and in at least ono case tho burglars' nutomo-bll- e, loaded down with $12,000 worth of loot, passed directly In front of tho Mayor's house. Nobody was nrrcsted. The biggest Job was In the fur es- tablishment of Robert W. Hosch, No. HC6 Ilroudway, Brooklyn, a stone's throw from the home of tho Mayor at No. 05'J Hushwick Avonuo. Mrs. Agnes Flero, who lives on the floor ubovo tlio shop, says tho bur glars mude so much nolso they woke her up. They removed tho burglar alarm gong. Jimmied tho front door and calmly loaded the furs into their car. Mrs. Fieio said she went to tho window and watched them for a min ute or more. Sho had np telephone ana was at nrsi airaia to scream, but finally did throw open tho window and shout \Police! Tho burglars fled, turned Into Dushwlck Avenue, darted past the Mayor's house und disappeared. Earlier In the morning burglars got Into the cellar of Tony Dahlbendcr's restaurant, No. 1416 Hroadway, Brooklyn, rut a nolo in tho celling, entered the restaurant and stole $5 from the cash register and a lot of cigars. There was also evidence that they tried to open a safo containing $4,000, but it Is believed they woro frightened away. nnn ahmiihij kdwahds. ur third, nun at imisToi., n. i. HR1TPOL, n I . Doc. 2 near Ad miral John R. F.dwards, Nnlted States Navy, retired, died at his home here Althoush retired In 1916, he ervetfJlurlnK the World War with the Ilrowrr I'nlverHtiy Naval Unit. Ad mlral Edwards, who was born In Potts Till, Pa.. i survived toy hla wlfo, three tons and a dnuenter. -i NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER GIRL OF 17, VICTIM OF BRUTAL ATTACK ON NEW JERSEY ROAD mm wmmm 1 TIERNAN MISSING AS COURT ORDER HIS SANITY TESTED Former Professor and Wife Disappear as Commitment to Hospital Is Signed. CHICAGO, Dec. 2. John P. Tier- - nan, former professor of law at Notre Damu University, had not been com mitted to tho Cook County Psycho pathic Hospital early y on n writ of commitment Issued by County Judge Rigehcimer last night, and the whurcabouts of him and his first wire Mrs. Augusta Tlernan, and thrco club drcn of the family was unknown. Mr. Tlernan telephoned his wlfo at the homo of her sister, Mrs. Francis Pulaski, us soon as he learned the commitment had been slgnedat the behest of Mrs. Pulaski, who asserted hor belief the former tutor was un- balanced mentally. Mrs. Tlernon gathered her children about her and hurriedly left the Pulaski home in a taxlcab. Upon a statement made by Dr. James W. Hall, alienist, that Tlernan was mentally unsound and the charge made by Mrs. Pulaski that the professor hud \hypnotized\ his wlfo and \prevented her from carrying out her own will Judge Rlghelmer signed papers for Tlernan's commitment to tho Cook County Psychopathic Hospital for ob bervatlon. Deputies were then sent to (search for Tlernan, w o was In Chicago with his wlfo following tho auctioning off of their household effects In South Bend. HARDING WILL HEAD RESERVE BANK AGAIN V SIIINGTON. Dec. 2. High Treasury officials expect President Harding to send to the Senate nuxt week the nomination of W. P. Harding to bo Governor of the Federal Reserve Board. They declare the support of the 8,000 banks In the Federal Reserve System Is virtually solid behind Mr. Harding, und that the banks have re- - f lined from making any fcecondrt choice. Secretury Mellon, it was said, also continues to urge the reappoint-- j ment of the former Governor. RUN DOWN SUSPECT STRANGLINl !0F Prisoner Held for Murder of Girl at Wallington, N. J. NAME KEPT SECRET. Officials Probe to See if He Fitss \Muscular Brute\ Theory. County Detective? Dawson alftl Allyn made an arrest y In East Rutherford, N. J In connection with the brutul murder on Thursday night at Wallington, of seventeen-year-ol- d Christine Hervlsh. The prisoner Was taken to Hackensack and his name was withheld Ikciuiso the arrest was made on suspicion from information given by an aged couple living In Carlstadt- These people saw two men and a girl In a quarrel on the street Tlianks-glvfn- g n1ghl?-'On- of U76 men \struck the girl on tho Jaw and knocked her flat. The men fled In the direction if Wallington und the girl ran afler them. The description given by the witnesses tallies In many respects with the description of Miss Hervlsh The detectives have concluded thai Mls.i Hervlsh wns attacked In a lonely road leading towaid her home anil fibout fifty yards from the PatcrMiii Plank Road, which Is a cong(ted liighwny n nd was Jammed with auto- mobiles Thanksgiving night. The Brute who strangled her was possessed of remarknble strength In hH hands and arms. Her Jaw was luoken by a blow, her left slioulderblade wan fractured ami her nrrk was broken at tho base ol tho skull by the pres- sure of big, strong fingers. It would appear that the girl was uttackedbet ween 10 and 10.30 o'clock. Her assassin left her lor dead, but she was only unconsciou. depite her frightful Injuries, and Mio lay for a considerable time probably moMt of the night in a thicket which concealed her from view. With neck broken she crawled from tho thicket almost to tho road Stumbling over a low hedge she fell nnd died. The ilgnr of death had not touched her lody when Martin Poluck, employed by Julius Roelirs. florist. In Wallington, came upon it at 7 o'clock yesterday morning and notified Pollco Chief John Hartfleld nffjWnlllngton John Hervlsh. sexton of tho First M. E. Church at Gregory nnd Hloom-flel- d Avenues, pnssalc, is father of tho slain girl. Sho- - vent to llvo with her sister, Mrs. Marie Klngsioy, No. 159 Hayward .Place, Wallington, nfter their father's marriage following tho death of their mother. Bho was a clork In tho ofllco of Ilcxton & Dlck-Iso- surgical Instrument makers. In East Rutherford. After spending Thanksgiving Dav with her sister at tho homo of a relative, William Klngsley, No. 12 Washington Place, East Rutherford Christina started for homo before 10 o'clock In the evening, saying sue was tired. Sho wus ono and u hall miles from Wallington und her sis- ter, who went homo iuter with other' of the family, said Christina probabtv took a trotley or jitney tus. Tho po lice believe the ir.nn who killed hei followed from the car or met and attacked her after she left It in Wall- ington to walk home. JOHN WANAMAKER'S CONDITION UNCHANGED Marked liniirin emrnt 8Iiotm Vr lerday Maintained Tlirnuuli Mitbt. PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 2 No per- ceptible chunge took pluco during the iililht In tho condition of John Wana-makn- r, merchant and former Postmas- ter General, who has been gravely 111 at Ids home here, a bulletin Issued by his physicians y said. Last night's bulletin tald that his condition \showed Improvement In \ every way PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 2. The condition of John Wanuiiuikcr n i ported \unchanged\ at noon y by doctors Shoemaker. Stengels and fjulckHnll. 1 lie aged merchant r,illli-- l late yestcrduy, and 'us physlc.uns aie becoming hopeful that the improve ment noted may continue. I \Circulation Books Open 2, 1922. I'oit Itnfrrrd orncf, ACCUSED MURDERER AND GARAGE MAN WHO BARED CRIME of AEJRVtKM BECKER of of r gEOSH-- KORDKIN SEIZE Ul AT FREEPORT, GET 150 CASES OF RYE Revenue Agents Also Search for Yacht Which Evaded Them in Night. Tho Kdnu Ilrown, a sloop from Philadelphia. Capt. Marcy Jensen, was seized last night at Frecport, L. I., by Revenue Agents Frank Hnlo and James Kerrigan. The ngents said that tho Edna Hrown had 150 cases of rye whiskey on Hoard. Tho Captain and Ills crew of three men were held on the boat, which was to bo sent to lltnoklyn. The agents said that, according to tho story told by tho Captain, on Thanksgiving night n ship camo Into Frecport Harbor with tho 150 cases of whiskey, but when rcvenuo agents wern observed on tho pier, turned back and stayed outside the three-mlt- o limit until yesterday, when tho Edna Hrown camo up. The officers of the ship told tho Captain, he said, that they wero \well protected at Free port, whero everything was all right,\ thus persuading him to tako off tho liquor, for deposit here. Kcvunuo and Prohibition agents and policemen aro searlicing N\W York Harbor y for an auxiliary yacht which came In fiom sa late last night with no lights showing and evuded tho turn chasers on guard in Gravesend Ray. Several shots were fired at tho yacht, which Is supposed to ins a rum runner. A Ilrooklyn policeman, instructed that a radio alarm had been sent out asking that this ship bu spotted, saw at an early hour this morning, i darkened craft movo into tho slip nlongs'lo tho recreation pier ut the root of Metropolitan Avenue, Ho concluded that this was the wantnl cssel and the Red foul Avenue police made a lot of trouble for the Captain and the crew U lure It was discovered It was tho Steamer Ripo, of 2,000 tons, which had on board a cariro of raw sugar. EXTRA to All.\ HriDd-('- Matter .Srtr Ytrk. N. T. TELLS TOO CRIME ; Norkin in Confession CC1 THREE CENTS PUT ON TRIAL FOR TREASON CHRISTINEHERV1SH POLICE SHOVEL BECKER GOT DAYS E BURIED WIFE ii of Bronx Murder for Which He Acted as Look-O- ut Lot Is Searched by. Police for Other Bodies, Particularly Oj;her Women A confession in which Abraham Ilecker was named ns tho murderer his wife, Jennie, was made this afternoon by Reuben Norkin, proprietor an automobile shop In tho yard of Uoulcvnrd, the Uroux, Mrs. Ueckcr's eight months after her disappearance. Norkin stated that two dnys before the murder Recker borrowed u shovel from him and with 'it dug tho grave into which hu subsequently flung hi? wile, who was not then denil head Decker had given her. This bean, out tho already announced theory tbo District Attorney and Mcdlc.il buried alive. \ Becker, according to hc signed as sho was bonding over tho engine of having. fiecn asked liy her husband to noises. Becker bit her with a piece of wife to leavo tho car and which was Furthermore, Norkin stated that Becker discussed with him means of was by poison, another by drowning, each of these as dangerous. As for tho replied that be could tio a weight to ever coming to tbo surface. GOLF BALL KNOCKS LONGWORTH OUT ON LINKS NEAR PRESIDENT CiiKrriiifiii I'lnjlnu Poiirminir Ilrlilml clilt-- r KxriMitlie ut VUry ( liiif Wliru Mrurh, WASHINGTON, Dec 2. Rep- resentative \Nick\ Longworth, O., aws rendered unconscious when he was hit by a golf bull while playing a. round at tho Chevy Chase course hero .to-da- y. Tho Congressman was playing In u foursome behind President Harding when the accident oc- curred. Longworth was carried Into the club house. Ills condi- tion is not serious, it wns stated. DEMOCRATS KEEP UP SENATE FILIBUSTER WASHINGTON. Dec. I. Administra- tion leaders In tho Senate, helpless against the filibuster of Democrats and Insurgent Itepubleans against the Dyer bill, aro considering abandoning the measuro, it was said So fur they have been unublo to make headway against the fllllmstercrs. Tho argument for abandonment of tho bill Is that It would enable the Republicans to place President Harding's Ship Sub- sidy measure, already passed by tho House, beforo tho Senutc iioi.i.im mum: iii:.w OF llNK IN III'MiAIIIA. ON'COUD. N. II . Dec 2 Allen Hollls of this city said y that his brother, former United States Senator Henry F. Hollls, had been appointed head of the International Hank of Bul- garia, with headuuarlera in Sofia. It is planned to establish branches In Purls and other European capitals. Tho bank is organized to finance the Import and expoit bimliies of Bulgaria. Positions For Thousands Who Read The World's Ads World Help Wanted jdvts. are employers first consideration when workers are required, jfhe fact that 011 of employers em- ploy these ads. to obtain em- ployees bespeaks their value. 1fA OA1 World \Help Wanted\ IU,yUl .,!. in October QQ C)1 more than any other UtfOI New York Newspaper. at ail Iba Octobtr \IIULI' 78 O WANTED\ adi rrtlMincots wua 1 PRICE Bares Revolting Details which, at 140th Street and Southern body was dug up by tho pollco nearly but groaning from tho blow on the Examiner that Mrs. Becker was confession of Norkin, struck his wife his car in Norkin's repair yard, she listen to tbo mechanism for faulty pipe hu picked up after bu got Ms found y by dctccl.vcs. on at least half a dozen occasions disposing of Mrs. Ilecltor Ono plan but Norkin euid he advised against drowning plan, ho declared Becker her which would prevent her body Only one blow was struck by Decker, Norkin swore, and this sent Mrs. Recker sprawling ncross the en-gi- n of the car. Then she slid to the front fender, groaning, nnd thero necker grubbed her, still groaning, and dragged her to the disused boiler pit where he had prepared her grave. In nn npparont effort to stlflo her groanlngs, Becker dre whls wifo's coat over her head, Norkin said, and thus bundled up she wns tumbled Into tho wnltlng grave. It was Norkin's task, ho said, to act as look-o- ut while Decker scraped over tho body the earth at ono side of the excavation, which Decker had dug to n depth of about four nnd a hal ffeet. When the lKxly w.is covered, Norkin said be and Decker stood on the low mound nnd, shaking hands, swore never to tall what had happened there. Asked whether ho had received any money for his share in that early morning's work the murder was committed on the morning of April 7 last Norkin replied in tho negative. He said ho had dono what ho did out of friendship for Recker. Decker will bo arraigned on Monday before County Judge Clbbs for plead- ing to the murder Indictment. It wus announced that his trial will be speeded In every possiblo way. Assistant District Attorney Conn, to whom Norkin confessed, said that ho Intends on Monday to begin a thorough Investigation of tho disap- pearance in 1915 of Miss Fannie Bloom, whom Norkin has admitted knowing. There is belief In the Dis- trict Attorney's offlco that other bodies may have been burled In the lot in which Norkin's repair shop stands. Detectives were ther esearch-In- g y. Norkin's wlfo called on htm at tho jail, whero ho Is held in $100,000 ball as a material witness, a short tlmo before he made his confession. It was evident that sho means to stand by him In his present predicament. Mr. Cohn said that ho had not less than forty witnesses In addition to Norkin by whom to connect Bcckor with the Mlaying of his wlfo. \The evidence I have gained shows that Becker and his wife were to- gether at the home of Mrs. Lindner on tho night of April 6,\ Mr. Cohn snld. \They left there about mid- night In an automobile driven by Becker. It a quarter-hou- r run from the Lindners' to the repair sho of Norkin, As Becker approuchod the yard he bo manipulated the 'i - .3 '4 f1 M ' It. j. 1

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