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SECTION TWO?PAGE 9. WASHINGTON. D. C.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921. PAGE 9-SECTION TWO.
HIERARCHY CALLS UPON CATHOLICS TO PRAY FOR ARMS PARLEY
URGED BY CATHOLIC
Church Members Asked
To 6iv? Prayers on
ELECTION IS HELD
Rev. Edward J. Hanna Named
Chairman of Welfare
President Hardin* was unanimously
commended for making possible
the coference on the limitation".of
armaments by the Catholic
hierarchy at Its adjourning session
yesterday afternoon at Catholic
Catholic people of the United
States are urged to set apart Armistice
Day, November 11, the day
of the opening of the conference,
for special prayers, with the hope
that the conference will become
successful, according to a resolution
passed by the hierarchy. The
rcsolutionr Is as follows:
Text of RrMlatlra.
"Following not merely dutifully,
but with a full conviction of its
supreme importance, the expressed
desire of our Holy Father, ^'ope
Benedict XV, that steps be taken
to lift the crushing burden of heavy
armaments from the overburdened
shoulders of the peoples and nations
of the wrld. and gratefully
recalling the fact that the Father
of Christendom first proclaimed the
necessity of united action to secure
-4fris end, we commend most heartily
the spirit and the measures so
far adopted by the President of the
United States in summoning the
representatives of the great nations
t:? meet in Washington in November
to discuss and carry into effect I
a 'limitation of armaments by all |
the nations; and we call upon the
Catholic people of the United States
to set apart Armistice Day, Novcmher
11, the day of the opening
of the conference, as a day df spe<-'al
prayer that God's blessing may
rest upon the conference and that
His Holy Spirit may guide its deliberations
toward hastening that
era of peace and good will for
which the stricken peoples of the;
earth hope and pray and labor."
A resolution on the Irish question
was drawn and a cablegram will be
k sent to^ the bishop* of Ireland today.
The text of the message was not mad*
public yesterday, but Its contents will
be known this afternoon.
dummy, signal practice an dscrimofflcers
of the National Catholic
Welfare Conncil elected were the Rev.
Edward J. Hanna. archbishop of San
Francisco, chairman : the Right Rev.
P. J. Muldoon. bishop of Rockford,
vice chairman; the Rev. Austin
Powling. archbishop of St. Paul,
treasurer, and Rev. Dr. John F.
Fenlon, D. D., of the Catholic Unl-1
His Eminence Cardinal Dougherty,
of Philadelphia, resigned from the administrative
committee and as chairman
of the department of laws and
legislation of the welfare council. His
place on the committee was filled by
the election of the Right Rev. Louis
S. Walsh, bishop of Portland. The
Right Rev. Edmund F. Gibbons, bishop
of Albany, was elected chairman of
the -department of laws and legislation
of the welfare council.
The Rev. Mr. Hanna. chairman of
the administrative committee, submitted
a report recounting the work
or the welfare council for the past
year. Accompanying this report were
the recommendations of the chairmen
of the ?everal departments for extensions
o' and additions to the council's
program for the next twelve /nonths.
Man of 64 Arrested
4 On Bookmaking Charge
William R. Snyder. M years old. of
f!8 Sixth street northwest, and Elias
R#?nbensteln. 5? years old. of 1340
Sprine road northeast, were arrested
by Detectives Fowler. Messer, Sweeney
and Lowery, for alleged handbook
making, after a raid on a pool
room at 704 Ninth street northwest
Numerous slips and racing forms
were confiscated by the police. The
men were released on bonds of $3,000
Rear Admiral Griffin
Given Silver Loving Cup
Rear Admiral Robert S. Griffith
was presented a silver loving cup yesterdsv
o" the occasion of his resignation
from the Bureau of Engineering.
The presentation was made In behalf
of the employes by Rear Admiral C.
Admiral Griffin will be succeeded
bv Capt. J- K. Robison, head of the
^ Wage Board of Review.
Plan Firfe Prevention Day.
Observance of Fire Prevention Day
October 10 will b, planned at a meetInr
of the committee appointed by
the Commissioners In Fire Chief Watson'a
offlce. District Building, thia afternoon
at J:l# o'clock. Appeals for
subscriptions to finance the program
arranged ?M be made, aa the Dlatrlct
ha* no fund* for that purpose.
Charles W. Darr. chairman, said laat
Hurt as He Flees Police.
Diving from a third-story window
In hi* flight from police. George
John Maragoa. 2S yearn old. of *0?
F .treat northwe*t. narrowly escaped
^rrioiie inujry when he landed on the
roof of an adjoining ahed thirty feet
below, early ye*terday morning. Marcos
was pursued and arreated by Defective*
Sprlngman and Darnall. wno
charged him with statutory ogenae.
Rejected Lover Takes Poison.
Oscar Gray. If year* old. la aald to
have attempted aulcide at hi* home
in Benning. D. C- by awallowlng
the content* of a bottle of poison.
He waa found by hi* brother and
rushed to the Casualty Hospital,
where his condition was reported as
serious- Gray told physicians at the
h? bad been repulsed in lore.
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7xa"j 13 tux> weura tttlb<*l?^phy jo tsjevr^ h*d 'tv,e / A4t pounds A?COKDt*X
he. could tram si at* opportunity ^ *rc> incicatoi* t
what he h&ar& tb thoaovdmlv ^star
\fj tvie opcrators pi^ ^
watcmffa flwltbh walks rmca awo throws a a[vs oouj-o. whittt-ffi
bkksimc with a*i fikdj it lacks jiwwea at tblean^ph an?d wnimsi
AeaoRBirsiO imtarast tus jaut)? ix hao poue - put aptrw, owe moor, fiftyS5w?r???
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65-MILE SPEEDER ^TftyJobsOpento I FATHER AND CHILD Dry Officer Finds
GIVEN FINE OF $80 St,en?SaphfIr8 HEAR SUICIDE SHOT W?TeaGood;
In Offices Here Raids Lunchroom
Youth Alleged to Have En- The Civil Service Commission an- R^sll I pstairs and Find jerry Sullivan, who conducts a
dang/red Uv a uf Hun* nounced yesterday an immediate Wife Clutching lunch room at 206 Seventh street.
need for fifty stenographers for southwest was selling the best
dreds. temporary appointment in the got- Revolver. . milk and tea In town and. accord_
. mm m? ,DK to PoIlc<*. wa* enjoying a good
? ernment offices here at ,91.140 a patronage until an agent for the
ConTlctfcn rn cMrm of spading year . wh"? h" >u?band ?"d two <*11- Internal revenue department taated
a, .iwrwfiw. _o?. V??. Anyone who haa attained eligi- Sren. th? youngest 21 month* old. <>ne of the drinks. .
" Sou" blllty in both renography and walted downstair. Mr.. Est^a Th'\, j" J'rrj* >"nch
two street cars; falling t heed an typewriting within the past five S7 v??r. committed r??m beipK "-aided yesterday afterofficer's
signal, and not having an year*, and who is not now employed * ' noon 1 olice seized forty-four
.... , hv the government ia eligible In- suicide by shooting herself thrrttlgh quarts of cognac, five gallons of
identification tag on his motorcycle b> the governmtnl, Is eligible, in- corn whisky and a case of flavor.
T_ _ . , _ . formation can be, obtained at the the head with a .38 caliber re- ' ?u0 ?.,#K
brought Herman Daniel Foster, a n, t7?, v ?,_?? , , . . .. . *nB- He Has charged *ith illegal
- 2 w * office of the commissin. 1724 fr street volver In a bedroom on the second filing and possession. He was recolored
youth, a sentence to pay northwest. floor of her home g03 a gtreet )e8sed on bond.
$80 fine or g to ail for so d*ys. from ~ southwest, shortly before 4 o'clock The raiding party consisted of
P FoL?"J*6,TrresTed" ^MoL School COUTSe yesterday afternoon. The bullet ^"^d
Foster was arrested by Motor- fQr ^ ^ StlldetltS entered the right temple, causing field ami Merry of the Fourth
cycle Officer Mansfield of the Sec- instant death. police station.
ond precinct, after a thrilling chase 0r Frank O'Hara. dean of the Hearing the shot, the husband . . ? ~
of twelve blocks on Seventh street Knighu of Columbus Evening School. and daughter. I>aura 11 years old. JOCKeV jhOOlS
northwest Aug. 1?. Fster is al- ""nounced last niglht 1that on October rushed upsU|rs an'? found the f . '
leged to have passed two street depaertmem. g?vlng? a "compleje four- woman lying in a pool of blood Frftdftnclc?hlirg
c?rs* running his motorcycle at vear course. . ' across the bed. The smoking re
?i've? "of hJni!rpil!i"^nr''n(.flf?rlan? During the past two years the volver Ivas clutched in her hand. 9f| * I vn/iA
lives of hundreds of pedestrians scho0| has taught most all of the hlgn hK?, * OUCClTlttll 1 WlCC
waiting for cars at t*e stops. Offt- gchoo, atudles Requests of students Th*? creamed for help Neighbors
cer Mansfield declared the chas? fo complete course led to the estab- rushed The Emergency ambu- i-|.pni--i!ipi:9tiimr.. v,
the most hazardous and hair-raising ^ l?nce wa, summoned. The woman FREDKRICKSBURO, Va.. Sept.
he ever had made diploma wlll be awartS? .T the end wa" Pr?"ou"?d "e.d by Dr. W. U Si?When Policeman Caiett JenFoster
gave his address as 33 ot four y#ars. Bowen. of Emergency Hospital. j kins went to the fair grounds here
Massachusetts avenue northwest. Dr O'Hara'said last night that reg- . t2.?'h?11 husban^ Mrs last night to arrest Steve Morrison.
Inf "cutting" 'corners,**failure**^ ^""new c'?"r Ww? ""Zn 'Z Dr H E "?'?? s- a Jockey charged with threatening
carry gn Identification card, failure only former men, ? whom trlct co ,?ued , r.rtlllcate ot a negro with a gun. Morrison shot
.. .K. -? 2- '"t'cer. tultion is tree but alBO to all other suicidal death. Jenkins twice and escaped.
failure to carry numbers on his men and women in Washington. mm* WW . WM WW . Many citizens Joined In the hunt
lamps, and failure to carry a hack- ? 111188 Harriet Ifi. ti?8tW for Morrison, but up to a lato hour
ing license. William H. Newman, ? . . . .. n< . 117 . . .. ht Is still at large.
colored, was sentence* to pay a "(KCW AttOmCy IJIC8, ITCflg ATltUW C. WCICH The police have wired broadcast
fine of $75. /n J>rnrtirt> W Vt>nr? * to other cities, offering a reward
According to Policemen Fisher. 1,1 * ?tf* CLARF\'nflN v? w >? The of ,1#0 for thc a^est of Morrison.
Gilbert and Gosbold of the Ninth . . ' , ? u ? , Washington police yesterday repreclnct,
Newman was traveling at Funeral services for Amos W. Hart, "?me ana Mr"- ^ A. Hester ct.jve(, a tel,.Kram from police at
seventy miles an hour when ar- well-known patent attorney, who died ?a? of a pretty wedding Fredcrlcksburg offering the forerested.
The chase which Newman Wednesday night at his home In the tbe,r ??UBh- going reward.
led the officers covered approxl- Plymouth, will be held Friday at the ?? Miss m. Hester became
mately 40 blocks Newman who Is Hysong Parlors at 4:30 p. m. *J]? br ? "f a[*h"r r ,w.elch. Jhr f hnrlotte8Villp Mfithmtiai
23 years old and resides st 1454 Hart, who was 81 years old, prac- wremony was per/ormed by the Rev c fWlOlieSVUie ni l000181
Corcoran street northwest. He tlced patent law for 54 years. He was W; bvereu' it- ot the Episcopal ChllTCk Site /? Selected
claims to be a former hacker. born in Ouilford. Vt? and educated cn" n- . __ . , , . .
lyaUbeyRln both in the United States and In Oer- the b de has many friends in Ar- charlottesville, Va., Sept.
many. He was the author of "Hart's y and Wyhington. The 22.?After a survey of available propNparn
Shnotx Suiter Digest ot Patent Decisions." Sur- brld**r? "' "on ot Mr. and Mrs. ert|es th? committee from the offlnegro
anoois sister v|?lng are Ms widow. Annie h. Hart, c;- Welch, wa. formerly deputy cl(l, board of the p|n!t methodlsl
After Fight at Dance, -d a son. Earl Hart, of Brooklyn. ^thce??^ourt "di^now ^u^.p^in^to "tajtajit. ft*
d.ncrr?ktbe r^rvin'cent^rrt Netfro Woman Arrested; :?^dtih?e?-,^h.r'.TTwoy ^
t street northwest, shot his sister, Mary Bitters who police say team. Jefferson street and eighty-three feet
Mrs. Sallle Butler. 27 years old. of wa? geuinb bitters, received an un- . . . . _ , on High stret. Last night, at a spe2
Howard street northwe.t. through eipectert visit from Fourth pre- ASSlStatlt Pr0fe880r c,al "-""'on of the quarterty conthe
right shoulder. She was rushed clnct pol|ce yesterday afternoon. f\t f_ mr ference. the committee's report was
to the Georgetown University Hos- o? rnterlng her home at 350 ml.- trcwoffj/ 18 [SOIMa adopted. The church will front oil
pital where her condition is reported ,our| avenue she was arrested and : Jefferson street, facing Lee Park, and
not serious. Dave s being held at the a sman quantity of the "stuff" was charlotte8ville. Bept. 22.? *' ! occupy a prominent position
Tenleytown police station, charged ,elzed. The appointment of John t. Lonsdale, among the public buildings and
wlttf assault with a deadly weapon. Mary, who" Is colored. Is 37 years of Iowa, ss ssslstant professor of the churches which now surround thl?
old. She was charged with Illegal department of geology at the Univer- square, recently bought by Paul GoodWhile
standing at the comer of possession and selling and was re- sl4y of Virginia, was confirmed here l?e Mclntli-e and presented to th?
Thirty-seventh and m streets north- jeaaed on bond of $1,500. ' today city.
west last night. Earl Beal, 21 years Mr. Lonsdale was ah assistant In
old. of 1208 Thirty-seventh street for $15,000 damages. the department of ftfeology at the
northwe.t. was .hot through the a1,effln|t permanent Injuries as a University of Iowa from which Instl
right side by an unidentified colored rvauit of thrown against the tution he received the degrees of
mmn; rear of a street car when It collided bachelor of arts and master of scl- t <| 1 v v
ITn-r p.fsrrrn Vrln "qtulrh wuh "n utomoblle. Besse m. Shaw ence. He saw more than a year's i j>| an i |?i ~ ..
kow between veis seuieo. yesterday entered suit against the service in France a. a member of the imcuu b b 11 1 1
Room enough already exlsta on tj>e Washington and Virginia Railway u- s- army Ambulance Service, at- ^
Soldiers' Home grounds, according to Company for <15.000 damages. tached first to the Italian army and
Police Judga McMahorf. for two old later with the American forces in the ^ f . . ,
inmates whd, don't like one another Trucks Must Have Mirrors st- mlhlel "ector. He enHsted In the 1 ~tug w |
to keep well apart. Enforcement of the nnliee service with an ambulance unit or- i i
The Judge took the personal bond u wh|ch provides for th. equip- 'ranl,ed *' th? University of Iowa,
of John j. Hardy, former soldier. ^t of tr^k. wTth ml -. ?!? ? bbt w?" >?ter commissioned and y
charged with assault.ng MIchael Glt- ^ ?=?"???? of a secUon. = KZ!
??* .? t*'k>w -'mt^' and jtectt^ ,n m bu?etln ,mued ymterday ,
way Other man s by Superintendent of Police Gessford. ~ 5 Attrwti
Woman Is Arrested Fined on Health Charge. MULTIGRAPHING 5
Mabel Hill 49 vears old 526*Third j*mes l. Wilson, poultry dealer. Is the exact ' reproduction of 1
.ill!. w?? flned ? ??> police Court ye.fcr- typewriting la a. large a quan- j
street northwest, was arrested on da]r judge Mattlngly for viola- t,ly as ties)red?In less than
Charges of drunkeraem and dlaor- tlon of ,he bealth regulations In offer- 1"1#0 the *'* 1.
lTTy?,erdU.Cy. '?? ? tofl IntCtt
rested several times before on the* ? P)Uh| r y. a1_ tt ,
same charge, police said. She Is held ?^ __ ^ d? Tear Letters tow iom the neat
at the First precinct.^^ I Al our Prices are Rlirht?OuotaUons __ '
Grabs Puree and Runs. |fHV||||f II Q1?n EDGAR MOR
a puree snatcher grabbed the hand- i % ji iii calvert wivixj
bag of Mrs g. r. Brenton, 20# k | fhivlll l/l rr.^n. nirrai
street northwest, whlhc contained $3 COMMERCIAL SERVICE DISTR1
and some important papers, while she \ 5oolhinq md HuiilM i4m r at. >. w. 13*5 g St. n w
waa sitting on a bench In Judiciary ,,*t. ]. s. t ^ . trlrf^on hal. ntt u * w-w*
Square before noon yesterday. nOlXSftnOlCl Ulntmsnt "s i ?J
Campaign to Be Con
movies are shown
Harding Makes Impression
For Benefit of Delegates.
Methods to be uMd Jn educating
t:.0 public to the advantage of universal
Anger-printing a? a helpful
means of Identification, were outlined
last night at the session of
the International Association for
Identification, who are holding
their annual convention at the
New Kbbltt Hotel.
Tentative plans call for a "le*
of motion pictures to be ?>>own
throughout the country, and a
general publicity drive In which
various phases of the question will
MMIaa Mrtsre Bbawn.
A motion picture of the subject
of universal finger-printing ??
shown for the first time last nlgh?The
picture, which was taken a
the Federal penitentiary, at-Leav
enwortfT, KDan.. showed th.
method In which Anger prints are
taken and classified and then
showed a -close-up of A. ' ***"
newly elected president of the association.
who is in cha J? th
the Id-ntlAcatlon bureau at the
Federal penitentiary. explaining
various points of identification >
Aim. which is the Arst of a
s-nes oa the subject, was taken
under the direction,of A1 Dililap.
of Chieaso. a delegate to tbe co ventlon.
"Our Navy In Action,
a motion picture taken by offl=?J
naval photographers. was a
shown. This Aim was secured f?r
exhibition bv J. H. Taylor. In
charge of t?e Naval Bureau of
Will Tell ? Plan".
A report on th. publicity drive
in connection with the question of
universal finger-printing wUl be
covered in the report which will
made this morning by Al Dur.lap.
Miss Catherine M. Spruce who
was among the first to enlist. In
the naval reserve save an inter
esting talk relative to her
lences in Identf.cation by
prlnts, at the session last n'^ht.
She is connected with the Naval Bureau
President Harding receded dele
gates to the convention at tlie
White House yesterday and "had h.s
i ngerprints taken by H. H. Caldwell.
retiring president of the assoclation.
Officers elected yesterday were
A J. Renoe. president: Irving I*.
Jones. Minneapolis. Miss. vice
president; Fred Sandberg. Washing
ton. secretary-treasurer; A1 Dunlap
editor, and John J. Shea. St. Louis
Mrs. M na Van Winkle, of th*
woman's bureau, local police depart*
ment. will address the deWgates at
their session this morning. Th a
ternoon will be devoted to a trip
to Mount Vernon and a banquet *111
be held at the New Ebhltt Hotel,
GRANTS 12 DIVORCES
LYNCHBURG. Va Sep". ?
?Judge William R. Barksdale. has
granted the following divorccs In t
city Circuit Court: Ada C. B?"? ?
from Sdney Ballowe. d.sertioi' Bell
Emmett front Beverly Emmctt. deser
Lottie Lce Fetters, statutorycharge.
Ruby C. Nolan from Andrew J.
l desertion; Esther C. Orsnt 'rom
George T. Grant, cruelty and deserf
tion; Maude C. fro
1 Weeklv desertion; Thomas Faulkner
: Sallie I>. Harvey from Bryant nar
i vey, desertion.
i KU KLUX LEADERS
OFFER TO RESIGN
1 r SETS''ku'k^^n.
' Thiv - "de,,"Crau"r
of the order.
ve In Any Fireplace
ie Heat-No Odor
on One-Fovtk the Gas
RIS SALES CO.
I J*-. VDI
EDWIS A. ME>?,
AMlKlant flltornr> for the
Po?tofBee Department and
member of tke bar of the *?prrme
C ourt of tke ( nlted
States, from llarrl*l?urc, Pa.,
who la today celebrating hln
forty-ninth birthday. lie wai
graduated from the (ieorgr
>\ anhlntcton I'nlverKity and
holds the decree of |,|,, M.
Mr. Xleaa Im aeeretary of the
Pennaylvanla Society of WaahIncton,
rompoKed of over TOO
nntUfn of the Keystone State,
and Ik member of the 1'nlver*lty
Club. He l? prominent In
lloyal Arcanum and Masonic
Victor Herbert Styles Puritan
Fathers as "Hypocritical"
The revered Mayflower, whose |
passenger list was made up of a
group of "hypocritical persons im- I
bued with the wrong spirit." should j
have been torpedoed before it arrived
at te shores of this country,
declared Vic-tor Herbert, the comic!
opera composer, in an address be-!
fore the Kiwanis Club \ the Wash- I
ington Hotel yesterday aftern n.
Speaking of efforts to pei petuate I
puritanical living standards. Her- '
bert said: "No puritanical countrx
ever produced any great art. and
I defy anyone to name any great ;
artist who Is o rwas a Puritan '
Claude Woodward, president, announced
a new committee on business
methods made up of the fol- j
lowing members: Mark Lansburg.
chairman: Alfred Higbie. Ste\"
Talkes, James Messer and Frank
The club unanimously adopted a
resolution pledging aid to the committee
of 100 which will make arrangements
for the entertainment '
of the disarmament delegates. JacfL
Roobar. international lieutenant
governor, expressed the belief that
the opportunity was the bigcest j
local business men have had to!
cope with for some time.
Irish Approve Expansion Plan
Abraham Lincoln Council. Friends
of the Iiish Republic, last evening
adopted a resolution indorsing the I
movement to increase the number of
councils throughout the country. The
council expects a membership of l?.- J
000 in Washington. Andrew I.
on the mer
customer holds t<
When he ente
big order for yoi
been lost had th<
The N. M 1
will be glad 'to
your office so tl
the character ant
=51 ?found where I
J 712 13th St N.i
G. 0. P. NOMINEES
State Central Committee
Announces Names at
STOCK FOR SENATE
Principal Election Districts
Represented by Candidates.
ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept 21?In
compliance with the wishes of the
county convention held her* a few
weeks ago. the Republican Bute
Central Committee for the county
Paul Sleman. chairman. Mr*. Archibald
8mall. Galen L. Talt. Chadles
F. Kirk and William H. Procton?
ha* named the following as nominee*
of the ?arty for the various
county office* lo lllled in November:
For the State ?enate?Edward L
Stock .of Bethesda.
For the House of Delegate*?Mortimer
O. Stabler, of SpencerviHe:
Horace E. Troth. Jr.. of Chevy cha?e:
Walter P. Plutnley. of Takoni*
For Couifty Commissioners?First
district, Hiram Harrey. of Sunshine;
Secohd district. Columbus W. Day.
of Damascus: Fifth district, Alfred
C. Warthen. of Kensington
For Register of Wills?J. William
' arretI. of Galthersburg.
For Sheriff?Harry L. Willard. of
Windsor W Hodges, of Com us.
selected by the county convention
for one of the nomination* for the
house of delegates, notified the cor-.
m?ttee that he would be unable to
make the light. Some one In his
stead will be named within the next
At a Joint meeting of the members
of the State Central Committee
and the various candidates here today.
arrangements were made to
look after the registration and
transfer of voters.
World War Vet
Police Long Chase
WINCHESTER. Va.. Sept. 21 ?
Harold H. Williams, world war veteran
with a record for heroism. bu*
known among1 police as a "bad a? tor,**
led officers and a po*se n?
ctirens a thrilling chas<* !*te \ #? .
terday aftfrnon torn
Chief of P lice Doras wfcfle
the latter war taking .
He had been given si\t\ d . i
the road* for robbing his roomm.it'
**aul Pierce. who also served wit'*
i?im in the army a btocfc a\.
I from the jail Williams made h? ^
dash for liberty and gained rai !
on the chief, who fir?*d three si. ^
jat the fleeing man. The escape
I curved in a thickly populated tion
and women and childr-n - ?
fro!m house to hoti?<- ?
the shots rang out and men dashe*
I by In pursuit ?f the >?*..
iams ran throu i ?
| waded a creek, sprang over barbefl
| wire fences alone raitroau. .
I was for a time lost.
I Finally, he was seen going ov r
I hills east of town, and at a roc*:
I pile he set up his defense by thro*
ing stones at his pursuei>. He was
at last flanked by Marlon Anderj
son and "Roots" Kendall, who
1 vered him to the chief of police.
I who had come upon the scene In
| an automobile Williams has be. n
n trouble with the police four or
| five times In the last few weeks.
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