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P, Junk Man Hard to Locate of New York Has Personal Property Valued at $3,000,000. York.--Ell Joseph, the Junk 4[&ee, who is listed by the assessors ti man who owns more personal than anyone else in New Is the lmrdest man in the world Possessed of $3,000,000 of Jewelry a(l other belongings ions more than John D. can boast--Eli Joseph is found through telephone , dr.y directory or classified busi- Ust. /t fact. the New Yorker who has rsonal belongings than any-  Of"all the city's millions does even live here. For two ears lgas bee traveling through Europe. Lt ]reaeat he is In Paris, where he to consult medical specialists. out--iris attorney says o"---by the board of asses- the man who wlll be taxed next year for his personal Ell Joseph is practically to the rank and file of his cltlzens. His name appears telephone book. t Li m Madison avenue has been disconnected" and the informs you that "Mr. up his suite here about  ago., In the business dl- iris name does not appear at Yo begin to think him a myth by roundabout means, you dis- that be has a business address the Woolworth building. You call np this address. And you don"t get an amver. raisai Held Ridiculous, ed to run down the rays- #'if the $3,000,000 Invlsible, you   the Woolworth building and $aok utder "Js' on the directory. " '* et o Is the nearest you g t You ask ,the elevator man. ", yes, Mr. Eli Joseph had an of- r here wtdeh he gave up perhaps e or even years ago.': eAL but for mercy sakes, you pro- lrmatlcally, a man with a million dO' worth of personal property live somewhere. He must have representatives. A lawyer-- a last your path ends before rof Norman Kernw6od's of- the Woolworth tower. And learn that far from being the thought of his selec- richest personal property lew York City, Ell Joseph ;t llke the idea at alL His In fact, says It is both "rldic- outrageous" to appraise the ts at $3,000,000. tmwever, is a matter between "the mttorney and the assessor. The of immediate importance is that only does Ell Joseph exist, but he actually been seen by human eye J and strum// New York. i 'amflmm inherited From Father.   Is dramatic enough to call him .m Junk eaier. The thought of a Junk possdsslng $3,000,000 worth of Itmom effects strlis the imagina- 'a two-fisted rap. It is true. Mr. ph was a Junk dealer--inherited business and some millions of dol- his fatl/er. During the war iron and steel to Italy, more. And If a man buys up all the scrapped rafts system at one lick is a is It. t'est, he Is  splendidly- with black halr dark mous- are broad; his about 'ave feet eight inches. manner b3, affable; his clothes but not fussy ;. and was Cincinnati. it. is the natural quea- n man who. comes fcot Iron find such an interest world by now knows that of the $3,000,000 appraisal by the on a stupendous collection by old masters, now Via the Madison avenue house. I'Ma, U,e Plane in Mine Rescue Work Washlngton.-=-The .adaptabil- ity of airplanes as aids to mine rescue work is being tested by the Department of the Interior ' near Birmingham, Aia., where a landing field has been located, i and trial flights of ships are be- ing made carrying trained men of the bureau of mines equipped with oxygen breathing apparatus to help in imaginary mine dis- asters. Other fields are to be located at mining towns within reasonable fl)ing range of Blmn- lngham, the mine rescue station. The bureau maintains ten railway cars and seven auto trucks equipped for mine rescue purposes, hut It often requires conSiderable time to send these mobile unlts to remote mining camps where they are needed in emergencies. q. "__--_" ..-:_- . .:-: These Include pictures from the brush of Corregio, Veronese and Cortez. The exact truth knocks a bit of the drama out of the situation. Mr Joseph Inherited an artistic taste with the million or so which he inherited from his father--and he cultivated that taste at Harvard. He speaks, by the way, five languages. During the war, Joseph served on the scrap Iron and steel committee of the war Industry board; he was knighted by the king of Italy for the despatch with which he shipped steel and he equipped, at a cost to himself DEMOCRATIC LEADER m Geo'ge Brennan, leader of the Illi- nois Democrats and a power in na- tional politics, had a long conference wlth Woodrow Wilson and the air was soon full of rumors that the for- mer president was ready to take an active part In the coming presidential campaign. [ Foreign Signs Forbidden, Constantlnople.--Foreign shops have been ordered to remove their French and English signs, and to replace them of $100,000, some 2,000 volunteer fire- with signs in the Turkish language. men to take the place of the regular The report that foreign newspapers men who Joined the army. 'wlll be suspended is not correct__ "Gaseous Ores" Taken From Air Many New Kinds Being Used for Commercial Purposes; $30,000,000 in Plants. Chicago.Minlng the air Is a pic- turesque term that has been applied to the extraction of "gaseous ores" from the atmosphere. Strictly speak- ing, the air we breathe Is a mechanical mixture of a number of gases, and It is because these gases are fiixed me- chanically ad not combired chemically that it is practicable tb separate or extract them commercially in order that they can be utilized for different purposes. The elementary gases in the at- mosphere are eight in number, so far as present knowledge discloses. They are f pund in the following proportions: Nitrogen, 78 per cent; oxygen, 21 per cent, and the remaining 1 per cent, by volume, consists of argon, neon, kryp- ton, xenon hydrogen and helium, Air Products industry New, The air-products industry, which is concerned commercially wltl the ex- traction of the gaseous ores of the at- mosphere, is a relatively new comer In our busy life. Its development fol- lowed the perfecting of apparatus for compressing and refrigerating air re a liquid state. After the air Is liquefied. the various elements composing it may be separated from one another, because each has itsown evaporation point. Perhaps 99 per cent of the oxygen recovered from the air is now used In welding and In cutting by means of the oXyacetylene torcl. .Because of the intense heat generated in burning these gases together---that is, a tem- perature of 6,832 degrees, FRhrenheit' steel and Iron can be cut or welded readily nd quickly. 1'Itrogen and argon have come into Torpedo Plane Screened by Smoke This cemarkable 0hotograph shows a navy torpedo plane flying through an .t-aftjald moke screen during recent battle practice off the coast of south- California. Make Fortune in Oil Woman Dons Khaki to , Okln.Mrs. Charles Murray 5eutsa is the first member of her to be listed at convention head. of registe the Petrole cov- in all of which Mrs. Murray, the mother of a ten-year-old girl, acted as scout, geologist, financier and drill- ing superlmendent. Something over a year and a half ago, a group of New York bankers ell propoal- b3 Un- Oklahoma rather wide application for filling In- candescent lamps. Until recently, the common practice in lamp making was to create a low-pressnre or partial vacuum In the bulb which, of course, was necessary to prevent the oxidation of the filament. With the perfection of the tungsten filament and the de- velopment of the inert-gas-filled lamp It became possible to produce a greater intensity of light with a given amount ef electric power. Neon Rare-Gas of the Air. Recently, it has been mggested that nitroge be used In the canning Indus- try to displace oxygen from the con- tainer at [be time of sealing. Nitro- gen, because of its inertness, does not injure compounds or combinations, and it ls believed by some experimenters the nitrogen would, therefore, keep the foodstuffs fresher than Would be the case if oxygen were presenta Non is one of the rare gases of the air. It requires 55,000 volumes of air to extract one volume of neon. It has recently been etracted industrial- ly as an electric current indicator be- cause of Its acute sensibility to elec- trlclty. In the presence of an electric current It grows a deep orange color and, inclosed in a small glass tube. it Is used to indicate If spark plugs of the csllnders of gasoline engined are fune- tlonlng properly. By placing the tube against the spark plug while the engine Is run- nlng It Immedlatedly registers the con- dition of the plug whose dreult ha been interrupted. It also has an appli- cation in incandescent lamps used as signs. The fllamet of the lamp, In this case, is fasbioned into ; letter or a word and is made of a Special compo- sition steel. It g(ves off a deep orange glow and, of course, any number of words may be arranged. Helium Not Inflammable. Helium. another Of the rare gases, I recovered more economically from natural gas, as it is found In some parts of the country, particularly near Fort Worth, Tex. The alr service of both the army and navy are interested especially in the gas for Inflating dirigibles. Helium has the highly important quality of being noninflammable, and in this respect differs from hydrogen, which is ttlghly inflammable, andburns with explosive intensity, forming wa ter vapor with the ,xygen of the air. While helium Is four times as heavy as llydrogen, It is only one-fourth as heavy as oxygen, and two-sevenths as heavy as nitrogen, so that a balloon In- flated with it ascends readlly. A sum of $30,000.000  Invested, prob- ably, In plants in the United States" alone Which are engged In the manu- facture of air products to be used di- rectly for the industrial purpose. The annual gross sales of these companies amount to approximately $14,000,000, Waukegan, R1.--John Smith tiptoed Into the house recently so he would not awaken the family and without turning on the light started to undress but was interrupted. He was lined $5 i by Police Magistrate Walter Taylor when it was disclosed he had entered the home of Charles Harris by mis. take. - = She obtained a lease, uupervimd the construction of a derrick, began drill- Ing and In less than sixty days brought In her flrsttrike---a 2,000-barrel well in the Bristow pool. Copper Ore io Located in Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska.Vflluable flnd of copper ore have been located In miles the Interior, here. A trail ham Pelicans at Their California Smnn00r Home These seven pelicans have made their summer home at Donner lake, high In the Sierra Nevada of north- ern California and have made friends with V. B. Gelatt, keeper of a reort there, who is shown with them. The big birds have Just gone south for the winter, but Mr. Gelatt expects em back in the spring. I W I NOTED SEISMOLOGIST Novel Ta00k for the President .%, New portrait of Rev. Father :Fran- cis A. T ondorf, seismologist at:George- town univelty, Washingtola, D. C who received file sh0cRs on the sdls- mograph a few minutes after'the JAp- anese disaster occurred." Father Ton- doff Is well known all over th Unit- ed S tates.on account of.research work that he Is conducting. : DENBY HAS "GAME FOOT" Secretary or the Navy Denby, re- covering from a recent operation on his foo, appeared at a cabinet meat- in on crutches. PRINCES NOW A CRESS | President Coolidge had  novel Job the other day and one which he pparently enJoyedthat of picking a bear for the National Zoological park In Washington. B. It. Pearson drove all the "way from Nebraska in a covered auto truck with two bears and when he drove up to the executive mansion the President came out to look them over. Figures in:Diploma Ring Expose ! i A ring consistIng ot phys|cians and others charged with selling fake medl- cal diplomas is under examination at St.:Louis and arrests are expected short- 13-. Thls photograph shows, left to right, Harry Thompson Brundage, a news- paper reporter wlo'spent $3,000 and secured a" degree of Doctor of Medicine. and Prof. W. P. Sachs, former examiner for the Ml.sourl department of pub- lic schonls, who. it is'alleged, supplied the ring with diplomas and certificates. Flood Couldn't Stop These Girls I Th young princess Marie Louise Galitlne, member of one of France's nidest, families, who, after the family fortune was considerably reduced by the war, decided to make ber debut on the Paris stage. She ls in a new play by Maurice Rostand. The recent cloudburst and flood which cost 18 lives didn't prevent the. girls ot Council Bluffs, In, from giggling as they paid their calls in a duckboat- Conclu00ve Evidence. AROUND THE WORM) At the Inquest on a traveler found ALL dead on the bank of a river In Queens- land a witness testified as follows : "I The polka was originally a B0he-] Copper Is a leading product of west. passed the camp in the morning going mien pasants' dance. "] tern Canada. to work. I noticed the bottle of whIsky was tall. I thought the man was asleep. About 1,000 kinds of Insects make Half of Canada's exports go to the When I returned in the evening and their home In oak trees. "United States. . the bottle of whisky was still full, I A girl. usually attains her full wlgbt The total mileage of the street knew the man was dead." at the age of twetlty. London is 2 .223. Japan's textile exlS In 1921 were Water power of .th Unltl Stereo t Be Both. valued at more than $0,000.000. Is estimated at 0,000,000 horse power, To  the reputation of river the Mere murder, are eem__mltted In a UNABLE AWAY Taxi Driver Finds able JeWels by Woman. NOW SAFE IN Chicago.--Search foe som in insured for $100,000 the pollce scurrying all for the taxicab in Lamm of the Edgewater had left them When La Salle Street station Twentieth Century for Mrs. Lamm, whose a ten-story building at son boulevard, whore be tailoring fim, could. ance. She knew the ta a well-known cab But Barne Schofield, Charles Grey, president pany, told the police help much. Some 3,000 crated here by the Goe Without Came train time, Mrs. a tearful adieu to an fives, railroad the New York "My husband's waiting I've got to go," she said. appoint him." In the meantime one ters, Walter Dagenhardt, lied Mrs. Lamm's baggage ! strolled, into the Ing for more buslfies Jewels Placed in Ernest Larter, West Lake street, who eelved a 25-cent tip for a t also waiting for him : O "Say, Want "Say, v-ant this. ' a reticule a ncklace, three diamond bar pin, and a brooch. te him, so he didn't in it. "Huh," sniffed could "I do wth that.t" Up galloped Alvin starter ' who had cule. "Ev, Wbere've you been.  "Here all the time,. fare," said LaYter. Larter's eyes bulged ! told hlm what he h gram was sent to. t. lng her her reticule vault, of .- the cab Parrot Tallied Too So Neighb - Nlles Center, too much, a parrot ll,-im Leugger is dead. The parrot called chickens to feed so came poorly, so Mrs. Leugger had . v-. Crippled Birmingham, crippled, Frank J. old. is "hiking" to his homt youth travels to spends his mcatiOla azlnes to Dog" Drags Boy to Oil City, of an. automobile by was pulling St little inckel was machine. " Another relied out of the Silence PigS Dariington, lieve timt silence the 45 stole from the It od In Bride anQ Sprinfffleld," weeks, Mr. were found dead was ca usect leaky #o Fort band.of ry, Mark divorce. wh the Iaa Up 8.