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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1921.
MRS. H. A. JACKSON
WINS GOLF MEDAL
WITH SCORE OF 86
Miss Molly Conroy, a Surprise,
Was Runner Up in Quali
By William Abbott.
' rOLEN COVR L I.. Juno 20. Mrs,
K. A. Jackson of Greenwich, Coin., to
:4y won the qualifying mdiil In Ihc
eannual women' metropolitan golf
.championship over the Nassau Coun
try Club links. Her fine 86 was three
rtrokes better than Miss Mollle Con
roy'n of Kox Hills, the next In line.
Mrs. Jackson twice won national
honor, the lost time In 19U, when
she defeated Miss Blaine Rosenthal In
(the finals on tho links here.
- While tho dg field to-day had a
-tierve-racktrig ordeal with the hard
baked course, especially the first
greens, Sirs. Jackson completed her
mind In convincing stylo with only
fan occasional mlscue on the difficult
Sho went out In 42 and returned In
'14, two sixes on the Inward trip cost
ing throe extra strokes.
r Trailing tho winner wus Miss Molly
Conroy, a young girl from tho Fox
Hills Club whose 89 led the field until
the last arrivals camo In, It was the
'first Important match for Miss Conroy
nnd her showing was one of tho day's
iKAnother surprise not formally en
tered was tho appearance of several
jjfjr competitors In knickerbockers,
costumes that kept photographers
continually snapping away and mak
ing It dimcult for spectators to keep
-their eyes entirely on the ball.
.'The competency field numbered 101,
llany young players toed off for the
joist time In a championship. The
Held represented all the top-notchors
Itf'thc homo district with tho execp
ljloli of Mrs. Qucntln Kcltner. the pros
gjiV title-holder. Miss Marlon llolllns
and Mrs. Dubois", who could not re
turn In tlmo from the recent English
The ladles play but one round inch
Alar. Hlxteen with the lowest qualify
4ng' scores will engngo lu tho llrst
matoh play round to-morrow.
Mrs. E. O. Kemiilc, Glen llldge. 6;
Mr?. U. F. Murname, Ulen Ridge, 102;
ilrs. W. S. Case, tllcn ltldgc, 9U: Mrs.
C. Smith, Glen Kldgo, 9Sj Mrs. E. Kel
ffck; Glen ltldgc, 102; Mrs. C. Mur-
dprk, Glen.Uldgoi 105; Mt.su M. Fried,
takah, 115: Miss A. Marsh, Glen
ge, lua; .miss u. wniuiey, .Aiussnu,
;J; M'ss Marie Gray!, Engineers,
22. Mrs. C. H. Geddard, Hound View.
itWf Mrs. F. H. Guggenheim, Engi
neers, 103; Miss M. Conroy, Fox Hills,
. 4lrs. II. B. Salmon, Ulen llldge, 109;
Mrs. C. Fair, Nassau, 92; Mrs. A. W.
No'wak, Sound View, 91; Mrs. J. F.
Churlo, Engineer, 113; Mrs. J. Lee,
llackcnsack, 9"; Mrs. I. V. llrundage,
SiMAlbans, 111; Mrs. E. I'ltou, St. Al
ntins, 105; Mrs A. M. Garland, Engi
neers, 112; Mrs. C. 11. IJeckstoln, Ma
rine and Field, 120; Mrs. A. O. Parks,
.St. Albans, 139.
alius M. Murray, St. Albans, IIS;
:ff$. H. F. Grattan, Sound View, 103;
Mrs. H. C. Phlpps, Piping ltock, 97:
Mrs. A. Taylor, llackcnsack, 92; Mrs.
11, T. Echwelger, Englewood, 94; Mrs.
.r. Drake, Morris County. 103; Mrs.
JLv. Fox, Nassau, 101; Mrs. Percy
Thompson, Sleepy Hollow, i08; Mrs.
Thomas Hucknull, Forest llllln. 91:
Mrs. A. S. Hoseln, Hollywood, 90:
Mrs. J. E. Davis, Piping Hock, 94;
Mrs. J. H. Clark, Piping Hock, 108;
Mrs. W. A. Gavin, Hclleclalr, 90; Mrs.
G. .-M. Heckscher, Piping ltock, 91;
Mrp. Oliver lsclln, Piping Hock, 104;
Mis C. D. Smlthers, Piping Hock, 100.
Miss Mottley, Nassau, 67-57 111;
Mlis V. Walburn, Fox Hills, Cl-3
iiii Mrs. V. Buckley, Engineers, 2-36--118;
Mrs. J. Brown. Knicker
bocker, 47-5097; Mrs. A. Stewart,
Sound View. 60-4696; Mrs. A. G.
Stdheham. Sound VIhw, 64-iM '119;
Mrt, J. Ma
Mrs. s. s.
Max Fodyca, Iiorest nuts,
Land, Wykagyl, no card;
Mri. H. M. llarr-mer. Flushing, 45-irl-in.
Mm. C. Pnwlpr. Haltusrol. 45-
63-i8i Mrs. J. McCoy, Essex Coun
try 53-46 98; 'Mrs. E. S. Knapp.
Wtbrook, 49-4796: Mrs. N. K.
Torge, Nassau, 46-4490; Mrs. E.
T. Hlrsh, St. Albans, S2-61 123; Mrs.
a. IB, Morrison, SU Albans, DS-48
M4ss I Witherbee, Hackensack, 50-47-47;
Mrs. C. C. Spanler, St. Albans,
CG-5 123; Mrs. J. H. Alexandre, Pip
ing; Rock, 47-4093; Mrs. Douglas
Pafee, Suffolk, 48-52100; Mrs. J. A.
Clark, Piping ltock. 53-M 100; Mrs.
W, A. Gavin, Helleclalre, 46-4490;
Mrs. G. M. Hccksher, Piping ltock,
Mrs. Oliver lsclln. Piping Rock. 51-
.'.S 101; Mrs. C. D. Smlthers, Nassau,
fl)-50 100; Mrs. William Chllers, Dun
woodle, no curd; Mrs. E. S. Benjamin,
Century, 49-61 100; Mrs. J. J. Thom-tm-
JMrs. II, E. Whitney, Nassau, 45-iuP-VK;
Mrs. Ira Richards jr., Nassau,
7i50 97; Mrs. P. Ingalls, Essex
Sjtwty, 51-62100; Mrs, U Orumback,
pjlywood, 47-46-93; Mrs. S. A. Her
ob, Oakrldge, 49-4887; Mrs. C. Run
"ipn Jr., Nassau. 50-G3 103; Mrs. F.
jfeofl. Englewood, 63-63116.
-mrMrs. II. iA. Jackson, Greenwich, 42-4-r86;
Miss Daircy, Greenwich, 61
,7 98; Miss G, A. Bltfhop, Kngle
Iwopd. 49-43 92i Mrs. P. Stevenson,
Ji'r!cs Keck. 63-63106; Sirs. J. II.
Apleman, Apawamls, 45-4792;
Mlas Kato Bowman, 1'lulnficld, no
cap?: Mrs. O. K. Morrow, Flushing,
i8.f? 95J Sirs. 8. K. Waterhouse,
jaxasiey, iii-ob iug.
rs..a :yYiia, riivi di-ci io2j
ill. W. Hungate, filwaney, 67-62
lit; Mr, M. H. Pe Costa, Dunwoodle,
STOCKS IKE NEW LOWS,
SOME 10 LOWEST EVER MADE;
BIG F1RW1S WANT RAIDS STOPPED
Appeal to Exchange Bringing
iNo Action, Houses Will Act
WILL NOT LOAN STOCK.
General Business, They Say, Is
Hurt by Alarming Rumors
Circulated by Bears.
The stock market was under such
heavy pressure to-day that more than
a score of stocks registered new low
marks for the year. In many cases
to-day's low figures were the lowest
for the last twenty years or more,
and In not a few Instances new low
marks for all time were established,
iosscs in leading Issues ranged from
two to more than flvo points. Two
of the principal points of weakness
were Canadian Pact lie, whioh dropped
four points to the lowest mark of
tho last twenty years, and United
States St col, which at 71 1-2 was
lower than at any tlmo since 1915.
There were no known new develop
ments to account for tho market's
weakness. In fact, such news as was
brought to bear on the market was of
a constructive nature. Tho market's
practical demoralization was credited
by prominent brokers to tho opera
tions of a group of poworful bear op
erators who, flushed with recent suc
cesses, aro hammering prices down In
a more aggressive manner than has
been witnessed In moro than a doc
ado. This bear campaign Is being aided
by the widespread circulation of
rumors of an alarming nature In
volving the. credit and financial posi
tion of largo corporations and llnan
clal Institutions. As far us can be
determined by a thorough Investiga
tion of the situation, these rumors do
not huvc the slightest foundation.
Many members of tho Stock Ex
change uro nonplussed at tho failure
of Stock Exchange authorities to In
vestigate tho raiding tactics now
being employed In the market, and
to punish the originators of current
rumors, providing these rumor origi
nators havo Stock Exchange aflUta-
Thero is a Stock Exchange
committee formed especially to deal
with such matters, but as far us can
bo ascertained this committee has
thus far failed to take action.
Having waited for wh.it they con
sider a reasonable length of timo for
tho constituted authorities of tho Ex
nhnnc-n in nk clnflnlin tin n Mmntr :
tho current sensational bear raids and
inc accompanying nooa oi maiming
rumors, a number of imiiortiint firms
that uru members of the Kxchango
huve decided to take Independent
Thcso firms assort that tho pres
tige of tho Stock Exchange has been
seriously hurt, that a vast number
of responsible pcoplo throughout the
country are losing confidence, lu the
ability of the Exchange to properly
safeguard tho Investment Interests of ,
tho country, and thai decisive meas
ures must be taken to restore this
confidents which, thuy believe. Is
necessary If tho Exchange is to con
tinue to do business under Its present
form of organization.
Furthermore, theso firms advance
m nnlnlnn that thn munv alarmlnr
Mt,,s.u nnur latlnr an njmlilllnllsl V ,lr I
cumieu, uhu k rauum jti, oter u,e El,en bourse, turned in a
drop In prices, havo done much to I,.,, . . r,,.. , " a
undermine confidence In the general ' ca,d of Clarence Hacknoy of At
buslness situation, and Is one of the lantlo City, N. J., 85; Cyril Tolley,
muln factors retarding the Improvo- former British amateur champion. 85
fhtn.l.flLrivbri W h,Ch "Ct dUrInr Arnaud Massey. the French champion.
One step thine houses are consider
ing Is to rcfuso to mnko any loans of
stock to llrms known to bo doing
buslnoss for operators who aro be
lieved to be eo largely responsible for
the present collapse In prices. In
ability to borrow stocks to deliver
agnliiBt short contracts would auto
matically bring tho bear campaign
to a close.
DRANK 24 PINTS
OF CLARET IN NIGHT
Prisoner Arresiex! When 111 Wind
Blows Coat Tails and Reveals
The average capacity of the human
stomach, according to the dictionary, Is
three pints, tiut Cornelius Houlihan,
who was held In $500 bail to-day In thn
Morrlsanla Court, confided to tho police
that he hud succeeded In getting twenty-four
pints into his, and us one, which
ho was evidently saving, was found In
hi pocket, he wan churged with violat
ing tho Mullati-Uage law, Thu liquid
was California claret.
Houlihan, who la twenty-five years
old and lives at No. 221 Lexington Ave
nue, was discovered at 2.1 o'clock this
mnrnhlir in nltpri'iitlnn ultli tu,. lvl
drlveis at 119th Strcfl und Thlr.l Ave-
liuc When I'atrolumii .ragneson was
moMiH iiuumian ouioi ine aiuemt)..J
crowd, an ill wind blew his coat
n- good and dlsiopcd the pint
Waters. Baltusrol. 55
5! 10i) Mrs
lair nil card'
F. E. Donoliue, Moutclalr, no catd
Mrs. II. II. Salmon. Glen llldge, 53
5C 109: Mrs. Percy Thompson. Sleepy
Hollow, 53-56 109: Mrs. L. N. Hlne,
Piping HocK, -no card; Mrs. U, F. Fox,
I H. Rossln".
iu iui; cvirs. Tlioe. muck-
rP. suns, 4.0l Mrs., A.
n. T trtl I VA'rwwl . 4 r. i 1 Q n Ittm
WANTED BY U. S.
Reparation Commission Told
America Must Not Be Used
as "Credit Fulcrum."
WASHINGTON, Juno 20. Repre
sentations have been made by the
I'nlted States to the Allied Repara
tion Commission to prevent Germany
from paying largo reparation turns
by drafts on New York banks and
using Amorlcan financial Institutions
as a "credit fulcrum," it -was learned
Tho reason for tho request is that
tho rerent action of Germany In pay
ing huge sums to tho Allies through
American banks has played havoc
with tho exchange situation, to the
detriment of American foreign com
merco, It was said.
Last week's drop In the price of
wheat Is blamed on the exchange
fluctuations caused by the German
Authorities hero sny that no benefit
is dorlved by tho sudden purchase of
huge sums of dollars and then the
gradtml withdrawal of tho credits
WASHINGTON, June 20 (Associated
Press). Action of the Allied Repara
tion Commission requiring the pay
ment of the recent Instalment of the
German Indemnity In American dol
lars caused a sharp drop in American
exchange. Secretary Hoover said to
day, nnd this resulted In damage to
tho trade both of this country and
the whole world.
Tho Secretary explained that the
necessary conversion of this country's
balances In other countries andj the
purchase by Germany of dollars liero
had unsettled exchange and that
wheat and cotton prices had been un-
fuvorably affected. Ho declared that
tho Reparation Commission should
not pursue such a. policy again, sug
gesting that the commission fix a
rate In Allied currency for tho In
demnity payments or that tho pur
chase of dollars bo carried on over a
considerable period to obvluto the
sudden transfer of largo Slims will
ts unreliable effect upon tho dollar
BRITISH OPEN GOLF
ON AT ST. ANDREWS
(Continued From First Page.)
McLean, Grassy Sprain, New York,
77, and George Duncan, Hanger Hill,
British open golf champion, 76.
Emmet French of Youn
jy, unu ouwaiu rujr vi wxney, fil,
Joseph II. Klrkwood, Australian
open champion, made the round In 73,
Abe Mitchell of North Forelim' in 77,
W. C. Hunt, United States, In 78, and
Tom Kerrigan of Now York In 78.
Abo Mitchell, tho long driving pro
fessional, Is tho favorite, the odds be
ing about 6 to 1 against hi in. Jim
Barnes, Jock Hutchison, Walter
Hagcn and Hobby Jones are tho
Americans who aro considered strong
contenders. Emmet French la an
other American of whom much la ex
pected. Georgo Duncan, tho cham
pion. Is not In his best form, on ac
count of an attack of sciatica, and It
is not believed he will repeat.
BIG PROFITS FOUND
IN DAIRY INDUSTRY
Federal Trade Commission Reports
Unfair Practices Milk Pro
WASHINGTON, June 20 Profits as
hlsh as 36 per cent aro cimmon in the
manufacture of creamery butter anil
panned or rvporatcd milk, the Federal
Trudu Commission reports! to Congress
to-day. us the result of a Nation. wl,!
survey of tidlk and milk products.
High profits In tho making of butter
and canned milk caused prices of raw
,nb . i, ,r, ,i.i
"'" - v,tv - . v., ,.., i
practices are common In tho trade, th(
Milk production In the United States
In 1920 was 89, WS. 000,000 pounds, tho
Department of Agriculture announced.
tiiU woji a ducrcase of about 4oo.ona.ona
rounds from the orevloui year. Mlleh
.. aaa t,A . I i
IN THE DEATH OF I
1 5-YEAR-OLD BOY
Marvin Tappan Killed by Cya-
nide of Potassium Taken in
The police nre confronted with a
mystery of unusual character to-day
In tho death of Marvin Tappan, a
flftcon-ycar-old school boy, who was
found dying In a chair In tho library
of his home, No. J55 Hrooklyn Avenue,
Brooklyn, Saturday night. An au-
topsy revealed enough cyanide of po-
tasblum In his stomach to kill several
persons, yet there was no container
round in Which It could havo been
carried, there was no evidence of It
In tho room nnd nothing to indicate i.,,, .,,. ,,.v.i. ,
. ., .... ...... combination with Watson Webb Is
ho had nny in his chemical labora
tory In tho basement. Nor Is thcro Perfect, nnd herein to a large ex-
nny reason known for his having
taken the poison Intentionally.
Tho lad was an .xc-J.tionally bright
ritlnll In tlia Tlnvu' Tllrrh Unhnnl nnit
bad been studying hard for cxamlna-
tlons. Ho was greatly Interested In
Marvin was In tho library reading
when his irrandmother. Mrs. Sarah
Tappan. and his aunt. Miss Ruth E.
Tanoan. left Saturday afternoon for
a drive. He was seated in tho same
place when they returned at 5.30
o'clock, breathing heavily, nnd doc-.
tors could not save him.
Miss Ruth Tappan said tho boy
might have been affected by hard
study. She knew of no troubles he
had either at school or at home. Ho
was In tho best of health and spirits
b.,,,.... ut. m,w
Mrs. Minnie Tappan, a widow, teaches
ln tho Baldwin School at Uryn Mawr,
He has a brother, Klrby. eighteen,
,.i., ', Dt
who recently was graduated from St
James School In Maryland.
Deputy Medical Examiner Wuest,
who performed tho autopsy, says it
Is a strange case. Cynnldo kills
quickly and leaves a strong odor.
Thero wan no such odor In the room
and the doctor sold If the boy had
(ilnr. It Hnwimt.ilrii In thn Ijilinrftlnrv
Its effect would have been too quick
for him to have run upstulrs and
seated himself ln the chair. '
AUTO BANDITS ROB
RUNNER OF $5,000
rmLADBLPHIA, Juno 20. Four
masked automobile bandits lie!4 up '
Frederick Myers, a runner for tho .Mu
tua! Trust Company, here to-day and
fclzed a bag containing bdtween $5,000
and $10,000. ;
The runner flrcd after thn lleclng ban
dits, who escaped with thi! money.
TlAf.V. TRACK. AOUEIrtJOT. (S V . June "0. '
Tht mtrlm for to-morrow's nam i .fuUow: I
l'lIUfT IUCK -CUInilci: for (maiden three-
mr-oltii. and TOwanl: on.) aille.
r Hi -Jr lkruiih(V i'uiv)
1ST "Marjonf M..in-Ji in l.dpiU rtre.lua
IPO Current Kfcnts.113 1 U15 Kmirtj no
,L rant miii ,. ' . ub . . .
ni .Mnoi)r ...,iiwi iiK i.-..mt ...iii'an( jtllc. Spzanne lenglen, respecUvely
aiA;o.! luwtiinprawj ooodiuon: tor
four-yr&rl(a ; About 1m o snilm.
influx limn T,nnu?x iiortte w.
'SM jiutjiui ...i.m i;h i.ccicl ua...j;:i
. I'Krmnt .....l.iUI Vnrif Tlrour.UO
,n!k i: tlW) The Trout... MO
1M Wolf ...1W
Tin III) ILVOli Tho UlXt TlUtllulm l.rliriT
for Uirt.)rlus; six and a half furlongs.
intra tiorM i. uiirx noo. wt.
17.T Iry Jloon ...US l' HiiUrrflftM ..111
lift' Two I,.thrs.iOO(l,ll) J. Pnl Jonts.lia
211 Hcurhnhnm ..lot l'.m Unrrnsk .114
(177) IImW Ill'
lor oiirrr-5ri'JO anu iw.wari; six .TiUIOUd.
Influx Home Wt
Inurx Horn- Wt
- J-nm Ol ..IM
108 VllmU .... S'
11'4 Domlnlauw ...117
au Oittkui irii..in7
.1)1 Urclknx 107
1UI1I M,i,u-wnmM 1 1 .'I
(10B) Krewrr 117
V17 Valor 117
40 It. Otarclilll.HW
I'll-Tll ItARI--'re llom.K lfln.ll...... .Ulrl
Irxlrx lions Wt
tur Hunjmj.wu niwru; UUP mil
Index Honw Wt.
1WI Urru Itaj ...104
r.ll Hun ItiaJ 'A1..IHO
lul T. .McTaxnrt.118
178 ltomanj ....HK!
II. Dinar l-il OS
!1 Cunouneirr .100
J 17 Valor 118
Onirtnhtu . ...HKi
111X1) Ualoo 112
V03 Hit Grafton .. U7
11X Clinarnm .... I's
(!!) Jock rjrot ....111
.SIXTH HACK- Fur flUlw: ooixlitiona. two.
arldn; four and a Jialf furlnnes.
Index Uorae Wt.
- WWhbona ....lis
''1 Alice (1 .. .107
tsi Ulenix-lla ....107
Aiirrmtlc4 allowance claimed. WmUim m.
C0NNAUGHT PARK ENTRIES.
The ConnatirM I'l rk eutrim foe tom,wn'
rartm are a follow
KIItST HACK Claiming-; for three.jrw.olJi
and iiiward; foalM 1n Canada alx furlonn.
Jncnoa K 1 10i Mountle. 110. Mrrtle I'nn.
103, Wac H'.'t Allre Aim li: nea 'Sbore
A.-ree. KWj Cam- On. 10: lllamej Hot. 107.
olla and upward! ahout two ralte. Warloei,
ui; Jim uv in. -iram cro. in: rvincvat, 1.VS
Ueutenant SeM.137: Iec fltale. 1ST.
TlllKK ltAV- I'lainrUw, for lUree-learhU
and upwwm: mi nirjonui oipHnn, ill; bocial
Slar. 112. I'hatitoTB Tlir, IIW,' Fltaiicaalle. nil
IXIfia !., JIT: llunlllnit Walw 107; Aiwumi
tlun 104. MaoHnz .Nirfrit. Kit. Johns Itnum.
Oil, .Ahluo, 1CW 'SaiBunun. 101
for thri-lrr ol U at, u.wanl; alx furlong. -
Kllmorth, lffl. lT T. ll. Tallitiian, li. War
riPrit !IA('1; 4laimin, for lour.rwrt.lt
ami it', nne mile and Mvt'it1v vimui, - XIari. 110.
Truly. W. rv '.n.,.!,i 'riV '
Joe Joe iy. Monnon yj-r. 101 Anierinui
liaile 11. bus ltutf. U; 'ltanier. lOti
SIXTH UAOB Claiming- for thrre-TeawiUi
..'7 .1.. ..... ,lln .,wl a ulTteenth .O.mntrr IUI.
ance la: aaliwnn-. 110, Kobuwwr. IOS; Dn-kle
W ' 107- Jerk StrAW, llT, : Madmne, 107 Spring
vVl'e IOS. LIMle Sandy, lfti: Sea Mlinw. UX);
Torea.1or. ft.1; tln.llne . .
uva-hvtii 11'K O aiming: for ttiree-year-
nle and u,ward: one rude ami a titmitti,
l)iin- Man, lirii ild CnK IViy, lOTi Irory, 107:
llwUi. KB! Trn ln, 102; Utile Dear. 00;
HID. 'Sue. ST , , , . , t. ,
aroirentlce aUowanoe rlalmnl, Wealihrr clear;
WASHINGTON, Juno 20. President
Harding returned to Washington to
day from a week-end crulso down tho
T,t lllua. Atl ,aa tl... 1.1 . I ,
V. .. nu t . ...
yacht Mayflower. The President did
not land, thn Mnvflnwnr ramnlntno. n I
I anohot- at the mouth ot tho river over
rr Ti in?IH;7r,'J SMttnCMfjr - tmiY
BRITISH TO DECIDE
IN POLO LINE-UP
Many Difficulties Involved in
Proposed Substitution of
! New Player.
LONDON, June 20. Depressed by
Saturday's defeat at polo tho Hrltish
contemplate substitution of it leas:
one player In thplr team when It faces
thn Americans at Hurllnghnm. Tho
matter will bo decided ut a meeting
There are, however, many dimcul-
ties. If a new player Is selected, ho
can hardly bo expected to be prop-
crly accustomed to tho ponies that
will be at his disposal. Mllburn's
tont lay England's downfall. The
American backs were never hustled
. v Kn-Intlll., fnrwnrri,.
The feeling hero Is clearly Bhown
ln tho newspapers. The polo expert
of the Times wrlteB
"Tho Americans were the better
slt5c D aU odds and inflicted on us a
crushing defeat. Tho score accurately
renecteu ino piay. wo were oui-
ponied, which was expected, and wo
were outplayed as well.
Tno uuscrvcr cnuc sajs:
"The English team collapsed so
completely as to astonisn everyway.
Individual players ho adds:
"Tho bc8t P aycr of c.lf?ht "
""cnioon's play was Watson Webb.
Tho left-handed No. 3 fairly sur-
Ied himself. IIo was always In
the right position, and tho accuracy
;'" " , " ,
artistic. Ho made tho Ideal pivot of
his team. His coolness and resource
wore tho principal factors In Amer
ica's fine combination."
"England's chancer of winning tho
second match on Wednesday appear
to be remote," the same critic says.
"For while the team may bo remod
elled, It will hardly be possible to get
HL.L'E.r IV ucrcnu
' HIS TENNIS TITLE
American Champion Will Appear
Only hi Challenge Rounds in
Games in England.
I WIMBLEDON, England, June 20 (As
sociated Press) Tennis exDerts from
areat IIrUa!rl tlre Unlea staleli
France, Sweden. India. South Africa
and Japan began to-day the first round
of the British turf lawn tennis cham
pionship tournament. Flvo champion
ships, the men's singles, men's doubles,
women's singles, women's doubles and
the mixed doubles, will be decided dur-
jnjT the wcflc
. . . "... .
me loriune or ine araw oruamccl mat
several players of international repu
. tation would meet either in tho first or
second rounds of the tournament, and
thus Interest ln the earlier matches
was very keen.
......a ... .. . . - . .. ....
Yiiuam i. iuuen -'d or l'niiauelpma
,,i,lr. f iv, .ll.
singles championships, will not play in
the preliminary rounds, but will appear
only ln tho challenge rounds against
the winners in these events during tho
There are 12S men players. Among
those expected to fare well In the play
are Randolph I.ycett and Major Klngs
cote. Kngllsh stars: Manuel Alonso of
Spain, Androw Oobert of France and
11 I. C. North of South Africa.
Miss Elliabeth Kyan of California,
Mrs. Molta BJurstedt Mallory of New
Tork, and Miss Mokane and Mrs.
Beamish of England, are regarded as
the most likely aspirants for playing
against Mile. Lenglen for tho title.
There arc fifty-six competitors for this
honqr. Mile. Lenglen, who holds the
mixed doubles title with Gerald Patter
son, is pairing with Oobert.
The LatorUa entries for to.morrow'a racea are
FlItnT IWCH llirae $1,400; clarnung. fir
four-year -ol.la and u: on rulle arid a lixleenth.
Kym of Youth, lOl: lit. lift- -Ilollih, IOS;
Kxhorter, 105; Colonrt Ut. lUH; Alex Jr., 110;
IfcmateUo, 110; Ilarreet King, 115.
rXXNf 1UC'1 IMnw tl.rw. claJmlng; for
iwo-earwii: maioena: nee lun.wigs. "tiermoaen.
110; Alrmli. 11 'J
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11-. liforgrttr, Ili(. Mucklna- 11ml, 112; lt-t
Cwmman.ta Onlln, U.I; 1U. VlnjrflH. 11.-.;
.stonewall. 115 Alrti rJlaHNn Zart frrmll, li.'i;
Tti LVlonel'" l.i.lj 112; iSalam.un!ir, 115; KtJirl
Val II-'. Nix. 11". I'lvlnir lnm-r. 1 12.
Tinitt) llACli- I'uiw l,x; rliimini; for
four.yMU.oU1 and rr; fJllm and inarm; mix fur.
loan. Vclla K , IU'j .-t Utrt)r, lori; Ima
Atvttf. 11.1: MaM !.. 1W; 'lUihy, 10.1; llellr
i" l:llollltowii 107; MrVirla. 107; Jane IVnnj.
liakrr, J 10; nI1wct1 Uio Trnw, IIO; C.round
IXIUIITII IIAOB ."IIW It.lnO; c-laimlnx; Mr
thnviW'Uiiia aiiu u;; onr tai ana a mcnui,
llnola, ICS; I'oiln. Hi Aaa Her. M; 'Our
T,...l..l.r 1... Vtlw.i lr4. WllH lln.w 11,,.
I.III.I.IAJ, .V-, IWiin'i.i
I'anillfirf. 110; Cuptaln Tom, 110; Sam Mc
'PlI'TH IIAOB -ll.SOOi allowarrtii! thf Cimt
.... I". .!, t.r tlin...aP.1ilM tnri itit ail fur.
Ioiijoi.--Illam4i .Mac. 1l, Wliltr Hlar. (; lark
llorvv lir; jonn iuriii, iv.; irn mu,
KC; ilj IJ1. MX). UmmI l!, lort. Tlie I'ortrr
ii' iif.iiinn II". Jh-k llarn Jr.. 11".
v. i . "lift: -r..na.. C.-.. 1t.. Vnm ll
' HKVKNTH RArlV--Iura. 1,400; rlalmlinf.
In- foiir.vJf.olii,4 a,n.i uniro "ne m i ana a
irtmniK nzar'a lliurhlor. lOTi: 'IliCi (l-ar
103: (VHaiii Iliu-iw. lOl- 'Mab, JOft: Uahalilah
'1 lln: .lUaXu, lii.,- aiaiwarin a , oai. lu;
Y.lt-r 11. I'mot 110; la"il- Uhi 113.
Tairmtloe all.iann fuo imuntla claimed.
VfeTr clr irare. iwn
Wnrtndrd Mnlillrr o Makr Photo
WASHINGTON, Juno 20. Permission
to make tho first photograph of Preal
dent Harding seated at his des't In the
executive offices was granted to-day to
Benjamin urey o New York, a wound
.d soldier trained In pnotography by
ie Government's Vocational Education
Uu.lnm Thn nnnnlntmunt wn a mirii, hv
Chairman Kahn of the House Military
- iU, mwumtrnti MlaallHt'M I illliiHaiiiairii(i M,mm
TO-DAY ON CHANG
HI.X'Ill. T. --n.e-. .l. iw; ........li.
tUL-jrarolil filliiw; nw lurioiisi.-ncn i.uk,
10.1- lira T-Jai, H Kaiiul UihU, 111):
MlWIe li. 11"; Mlrlfht Trarfi 110: Vml
U'uiii,. 11ft, Watnanl laa.lv. 11.1: Nauaity
LEGAL, COURT HOLDS;
WILL BE APPEALED
(Continued Prom First Page.)
mediately, nnd Miss M. Ij. Smith had
a bill put through creating a Stato
Commission comprising the Attorney
Uqneral, Adjutant General and Comp
troller for the distribution of the
bonus. Tho bill carried an appropria
tion of $150,000.
Then the question of the constitu
tionality of thto bonds was brought
up, and to make a test of It for all
time, fho Westchester County Na
tional Dank refused to accep't tho
$26,000 worth of bonds it had bid for,
and Attorney General Newton
The State Commission has already
decided that soldiers who went from
Now York and who aro no longer bona
fide residents of the State are not
entitled to uny pait of the bonus.
FEDERAL BILL ON
It Provides From $1 to $1.25 a
Day and Gives Aid in Acquir- 1
ing Homes by Veterans.
WASHINGTON, Juno 20. The soldier
bonus bill was to-day fovorohly re
ported to the Senate by tho Finance
Committee. The measure was accepted
practically as drafted by a sub-commit-tco
and embraces flvo plans for adjust
ing compensation of veterans ranging
from a cash payment of $1 a day for '
home service and Jl.ITi for foreign sep
vice to aid ln ncnulrlng homw.
early consideration by tho Senate is to
4 ARMY OFFICERS
SLAIN IN IRELAND;
3 OTHERS KILLED
DUBLIN, June 20 (Associated Vress).
Killings ln Ireland continue without
abatement. Yesterday a military ofll
ccr while motoring near Dublin with
three young women was held up by
armed men. The ofllcer was taken
from the car, shot and badly wounded.
The attacking party, leaving two of the
women by the roadside, then compelled
the third to drive them with the o!ll
cer Into the Dublin Hills, where thej
placed the ofllcer against a wall and
shot him to death.
Tho bodies of three military otllcsrs
who recently were kidnapped from
Kethard, County Tipperary, whllo out
walking huve been found near Clon
mcl. A soldier was shot drad yesterday ln
Carrick. At Itathcormack, County
Cork, two civilians who failed to r-utt
when challenged were shot dead.
SAYS LLOYD GEORGE
LOXDOS, June 20 (Associated
Press). Co-operation with the United ,
States Is "a cardinal jirlnclplo" with
Great Britain, declared Prime Minis
ter Lloyd George to tho 'imperial '
Conference here to-day.
"We are ready," ho said, "to discuss
with American statesmen any pro-1
posal for limitation of armaments
which they wish to set out, and we j
can undertake that no such overtures
will find lack of willingness on our
part to meet them."
RECEIVER IS ASKED
FOR MRS. WARNER
Kuprome Court Justice Martin to
day took under advisement a motion
for the appointment of a receiver for
the house and other property of Mrs.
Hazel D. Warner at No. IS92 Unl-
veslty Avenue, the Bronx, where early
In the morning of May 15 John W.
Held was shot, and in consequence
of which the police havo since been
looking for Don Collins.
As a conscqucnco of tho publicity
given to tho handsome furnishings of
the house and the beautiful nnd costly
gowns and Jewels of Mrs. Warner,
Jeremiah W. Itowland catiie forward
with a Judgment for $1,588.4.. against
tho woman. Mrs. Warner failed to
nut In an appearance to-day in sup
plementary proceedings and tho mo
tion tor the appointment or a receiver
followed. It Is said that Mrs. Warner
has nn canity of $17,000 In tho house-
nnd has been enjoined from disposing
of her interest. Tho furnishings and
beautiful gowns are gone.
BODY LAY IN STREET
FOR THREE HOURS
Oeorge Kostulk. a law student of No.
170S Pitkin Avenue, Hrooklyn. died
suddenly In the arms of his mother.
Mrs. Jennie I-lpshitz, In an automohlln
returning from a wedding early to-day
In DrooKiyn. 'ine noay was t.tKen to
the sidewalk In front of Trinity Hos
pital. Nurses confirmed the fact ot
Ilecatisc of the law agalnat removal
of a body without a permit an.1 ot tho
fact that an undertaker was expected,
tho body lay on tho sidewulk for three
Finally It was taken to the homo of
inn jruuiili man ill (, avi'.u faviui
rriertt rcnlltnl on Snlft Company aalM
of carcnaa beet In Sew York City for week
ending Saturday, June IX, luiil, onaonlp
menta sold out, ranged from 13.00 cents
tu IT. 00 cnla por pound and avurucvd
1 o . r ririiii. per roun,i . ,u VI.
eihJilriMMuaj ilnU mi n i.i I mm .f i.
"I HAVE NO FATHER ANY MORE,"
SAYS BUD STiLLMAN; REFUSED
TO SHAKE HAND OF BANKER
"Can't Recognize as Parent the
Man Who Is Trying to Ruin
My Mother," Declares Finan
cier's 'Oldest Son.
"Think of Having Wife Like
Her and Not Loving Her to
Death" Puzzled by Stand
of Sister Who Backs Father.
What many of Mrs. Annn Urquhart
Stlllman's friends bollevu may prove
tho hardest blow yet stiuck t'-' for
mer President of tho National City
Hank Is tho public repudiation to-day
of his father by young James Stlll
maii. affectionately known as "Hud."
It was Bud who cheered his mother
during tho Poughkccpslo hearings
last week with tho wired message,
"Treat 'cm rough, mother, lots of
love. Uud." And to-day he Ueclares:
"I wish I could get Into the thick ot
the light with her," In his llrst Inter
view since he gave to The Kvcning
World a declaration of his loyalty to
his mother and his disapproval of his
father during the hearings beforo
Hefcrco D. J. Gleason at the Br
Association a month ago.
In this Interview ho tells of the
break last January, when ho refused
to shake hands with hLs father at tho
letter's homo, No. 270 Park Avenue,
Indicates that Miss Anne Stlllman Is
definitely on tho side of her father,
though at ono time It was announced
she would tako tho stand for her
According to "Hud," ho was home
for the holidays last January and
thero was a meeting attended by Mr.
Stlllman, his wife and the children,
Anne and "Bud," to consider a com-
(Continued on Tenth Page.)
OUIMET, BACK, SAYS
"BETTER NEXT TIME'
Golfer Declares Americans Can
Learn to Beat English on
Francis Oulmet. tho golfer, arrived
here on the Celtic to-day und aald he
would be followed scon by others of the
Amerlcnn team defeuted In England.
Ho said the Americans wcro outplayed,
but that It lnlKht bo different next time.
American links are better, he said, but
he thinks Americans can learn to beat
tho Kngllsh In Ifngland, Ho Intends to
The passengers nUo Included Dalsio
Huncox and Heather Thatcher of tho
London Gaiety, George Grossmlth, the
English comedian, and Douglas Fair
banks Jr., with his mother and step
father, James Evans Jr.
One hundred and slxty-llvu Irian girls
who refuse to be housemaids and cooks
landed from the Celtic. They said they
were going to be movie actresses,
stenographers and modeR
Italian City Thrown Imo Panic
Little Damage Done New
Buildings StanJ Test.
MUSSINA. Italy. June 20 (United
Piess). Strong earthquake shocks here
enily to-day threw thu city Into a panic.
I.ate theatre crowds swarmed from tho
buildings. Injuring a number of women
laittle damage was dona although
there were oeveral shocks of much
force. New buildings especially con
structed to withstand earthquakes met
the tent excellently.
Strong shocks were felt m Kegglo
Monday, June 20th;
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Excellent assortment of
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Counsel for Mrs. Edna Wad
' dell Thomas Says Chauffeur
Was Offered $1,000 Bribe.
Charging that his wife had been too
friendly with hi.f chauffeur, Klmore
Kelsch, the suit of Abel Carr Thoma.
n prominent attorney of this city
against, Edna Wnddell Thomas for
absolute divorce went lo trial to-dii
beforo Supreme Court Justice .1
Addison Young and a Jury In "White
Plains. At tho opening of the trla
J. A. Goodwin, of counsel for Mr.".
Thomas, who Is a very jirctty blonde
charged that tho action was a "frame
up"' on tho part ot tho plaintiff to
gain a divorce.
Mrs. Thomas was in court nccom
panlcd by her two children und n
Henry K. Barrett of -White Plains,
who apjeared ns attorney for Mr
Thomas, said ln his opening address
he would produce witnesses to show
that Mrs. Thomas went to a 'hotel In
Brooklyn with the chauffeur In No
"Wo will show circumstantial cv -df.nco
that tho chauffeur was vers
friendly ivith the defendant," Mi
"And we will show that Thom.i
offered the chauffeur, Kelsch, $l,w
to get his wife in compromising po.
sltlon," Mr. Goodwin rctortaJ. "Tiv
charge against Mrs. Thomas is a tin
sue of lies and falsehoods. We w "
show that when a raid was nude
upon her apartment Mrs. H:om,i.
was found there w.th her two chil
dren and a maid. Two d-Votlves
who were in the ajiartiuent ns prt
iirrungod were playing pinochle on
the day this raid was jilannrd ill
Thomas g.ivo his wife a 'Jfdis
Iscarlot's kiss and said he was going
to Philadelphia. Instead he planned
the raid after asking tht chauffeur to
be in her upartmont."
Raymond . M. Lowes, a luwyer.
former partner of Secretary ot State
Hughes, nnd a cousin ot Mrs
Thomas, testified that Mrs, Thomas
told him at the C'lnsldge sho had not
been living happily with the plaintiff
and she said she wanted her freedom
and didn't propose to live with htm
In answer to n question of M
Thomas, who took up tho crnhH-exam
ination. .Mrs. Mcta Horhost of Xi
2i54 Itutledge .Street. Hrooklyn, nh
said sho worked at the Iledford Ave
nue Hotel ln Hrooklyn in November
1920, told how she had peeked throug
n crack In tho door of a room ln th
hotel and saw Mrs. Thomns in th
room with u man sho idontllled a
Kelsch. Who polnti'd out Atrs. Thonuu.
at the counse l table as the womni
TO EXTRADITE CALA
i IN KABER MURDER
Request of Ohio Approved Ln dm
Miller Official Starts tor Bj'
falo to Get Him.
AMJANY, June 20. Hjctradltlon o
Salvatoro t'ala, who is iilleced to h;i.
confessed In Buffalo to participating In
the murder of IJ.inlcl Kuhcr, wealth)
Lakewood, O., publisher, was granted
to-duy by flov. Miller.
Detective Phil Mooney of the Clevi
land staff left for Buffalo thkt after
noon armed w th the wari.uit for C'hiu .
Tuesday, June 21st:
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