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SHIP SUBSIDY BILL 10 GET
RIGHT OF WAY IN THE HOUSE
Chairman Campbell An
nounces Committee Will Give
Measure Special Rule.
$ MEET AT WHITE HOUSE.
Delegation Had Planned to
Urge President to Put
WASHINGTON. Juno 1. The Ad
ministration Ship Subsidy Bill will be
Riven the right of way at this session
of Congress through a special rule by
tlho House riulcs Committee, Chair
man Campbell, Kansas, of the com
mittee. Indicated to-day.
Campbell was hurriedly called Into
conference at noon toy President
Harding and at the conclusion of
the meeting the Chairman said special
rule was t,he only solution.
A final appeal that tho bill be al
lowed to go over to the next session
of Congress was made to the Presi
dent to-day by group of influential
House Republicans. ,
A group of about sis members,
picked to represent all the elements
of Republican opposition to the sub
sidy drys, members of tho farm
bloc, labor sympathizers and members
who fear tho Subsidy Bill politically
planned to call at the White House
nnd tell tho President that, In their
united opinion, he would mnko "a ser
ious political blunder" by pressing for
enactment of the shipping mcaswro at
They planned to point out the pre
carious situation in which the sub
sidy rests, particularly slnco tho
storm broko over liquor handling on
Shipping Board vessels, and try to
convince Mr. Harding that forcing the
bill before Congress now would bring
on a dangerous test of his leadership.
Mr. Harding wan said to shnro the
view of Chairman Lasker and the
House Merchant Marine Committee
that tho BUdden publicity given the
selling of liquor on American ships
was for the purpose of strengthening
opposition to the subsidy, and ho Is
reported to be confident that tho liquor
talk la not seriously jeopardizing the
bill's chances of passing. Tho Presi
dent believes, It was indicated, that
tho controversy over liquor on ships
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Kidnaps His Wife From Golf Club
In Vain Try lor Reconciliation
Screaming and Struggling, Woman Carried
From Links and Abandoned by Road.
CINCINNATI. June 17. Mi's. Clara Marshall, thirty, was at her home
hero to-day none the worse for her experience of being abducted yesterday
while In the midst of friends at the exclusive Maketewah Golf Club.
For a time, after she was spirited-?
away, screaming and struggling, by
four men In an automobile, fears
were entertained for her safety, but
within a few hours she telephoned
relatives that she was safe, having
beon kidnapped and then abandoned
on. the roadside by her husband, Al
bert Marshall, hotel proprietor, who
epught thus to force a reconciliation
When three mon leaped from an
automobile yesterday afternoon, seized
Mrs. Marshall and fled, golfers and
caddies leaped Into machines parked
along the oourse and gave chase, but
were distanced. A general police
alarm then was sent out.
The mysUry was solved last night
when "William Schawe Jr., Mrs. Mar
shall's brother, received a telephone
message from her saying It was her
bu-band, whom she la suing for di
vorce, with three othermen, who nb-'V
Split With Manager Seen in
Champion's Decision to
Pick Own Handlers.
LOS ANOEI.ES, Juno 17 (United
Press). Jack Dempsey announced to
day the dismissal of his trainer, Teddy
Hayes, creating a sensation In the
champion's camp. ,
The announcement, following Huyc's
departure for the East with Jack
Kearns,, the champion's manager,
gavo rise to further rumors of a split
between JJompsey and Kearns.
Dempsey was terse in his comment.
"Hayes is working for Kearns," ho
said. "In tho future, I'll select my
BONUS BILL DELAYED IN
SENATE TILL AUGUST
Urpnbllcnn Jlnjnrlty Snlil to Defer
to HnnllitK'a Wishes.
WASHINGTON, Juno 17. Senato
consideration of the Bonus Bill prob
ably will bo delayed until August, it
appeared certain to-day.
At the Instance of Prcr'lcnt Hard
ing a majority on the Republican side
has been aligned against Immediate
consideration, und indications aro their
wishes will prevail.
HOUSE BILL BARS SHIPS
SELLING BOOZE FROM U.S.
Unth Ifnrr.lKn anil Amcrlonn Vel
aria Included In linn.
WASHINGTON. June 17. A bill
denying entrance to American ports 6f
any ship, foreign or domestic, on which
liquor is sold was Introduced to-day by
Repersentative Edmonds, Pennsylvania,
ranking Republican of the Merchant
Marine Committee, which drafted the
Ship Subsidy Bill.
ducted her. She said he put her out
of tho automobile at Magnesia
Springs, Ind., and that she had made
her way to Brookville, Ind., from
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nt 111.1, I'uiu. e.ic ryaa ivicpiiuiling,
Relatives left Immediately for Brook
vtllo to bring Mrs. Marshall horns.
Mrs. Marshall told lior brother that
her husband's purpose In abducting
her was to persuade or force her to
consent to a reconciliation. She re
fused and continued to refuso despite
Mrs. Marshall filed suit for divorce
from her husband, Albert Marshall,
proprietor of the Grand Dansant and
tho Toadstool Inn, on April 25. Ex
treme cruelty was charged. The Mar
shall wero married last July, but
liavo been separated several n.onths.
Mrs. Marshall has been making her
home with her father, William
Schawc, Treasurer of the Krlppcndorf
Dltman Shoe Company,.
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BEATEN AT POLLS,
Declare They Never Will Take
Allegiance Oath New Con
Cardinal Logue Again Held
Up in Ulster Five Killed
LONDON, Juno 17 (Associated
Press). Dublin despatches emphasize
tho extremo hostility of tho Repub
licans to tho draft of the Irish Consti
tution and predict trouble. Eamon De
Valero, tho Republican leader, Is said
to have returned hastily to Dublin
from Connaught to decide upon a
course of action. Ho Is described as
now busily engaged In preparing n
pronouncement, meanwhllo refusing to
make any statement.
The Republicans generally denounce
tho Constitution, declaring they will
never take tho oath It prescribes, nnd
some expressing the belief that Mr.
Do Valcra will repudato tho whole
document, in which case, according to
one correspondent, "all liopo for n
practical arrangement-must-bo aban
doned." ' '"'
Believed Thev Wanted to
Learn Who Voted Against
DUBLIN, June 17. Advocates of
the treaty with Great Britain seem
to have won a substantial victory In
yesterday's election although tho final
result will not bo known before Mon
day evening. As a rule tho contest
In Southern Ireland passed off
Armed men, led by Rory O'Connor,
chief of tho Insurgent Irish Republi
can Army faction, seized the ballot
boxes and papers of tho Dublin Uni
versity polling place last evening after
tho Parliamentary election had been
completed and the votes counted.
Tho men, all in civilian clothes,
asked whether tho voting was over.
Dr. Alexander Anderson, In charge
of the voting, replied that It was,
whereupon the men held him and his
staff up with revolvers and removed
the boxes and papers to their auto
mobile. They drove off at once with
out creating any disturbance.
A copy of the returns, showing
who had been elected, wa left. This
Is taken to indicate that the Re
publicans merely wanted to know
how university graduates naa voted,
as voters at the university are re
tn pltm their hallots.
The returns show that three of
the four university seats are won by
Free Staters, Dr. English, one of tho
Republican coalition candidates, be
Ing defeated by Prof. Magcnnls, an
Independent. Chalrman,John Mac
Nell of the Dall Elreann. Michael
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TWO BANKS ROBBED;
Two Bandit Gangs . Sought
by Kansas and Okla
WICHITA, Juno 17. Two groups of
bank bundlts were being sought by
posses In Southern Kansas and
Northern Oklahoma to-day.
Four men robbed tho Citizens'
State Bank at Mcl'herson of $1,000
yesterday and flod south. Shortly
afterward two bandits held up tho
Elgin, Kansas, Stato Bank and
escaped after obtaining $1,500 and
kidnapping D. R. Hall, cashier, and
Mrs. Hall was thrown from tho
bandits' car as they fled Into Okla
homa. Early to-day Hall's fate was
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922.
RAIL BOARD BRANDS
2 LABOR MEMBERS
Charges Efforts to Inflame
Employees to Revolt on
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DEFENDS CUTS IN PAY
Majority Alleges Sowing of
Seeds That Caused Chaos
CHICAGO, June 17 (Associated
Press). Majority members of the
United States Railroad Labor Board
who oi lered another $27,000,000 slash
yesterday from wages of the Nation's
railway workers, replied to-day to
criticisms of minority mcmbors of the
board with tho charge that tho dis
senting members presented "Incen
diary arguments In a strained and ox
nggeratcd effort to inflamo tho em
ployees to striko against the decisions
of tho board."
The minority, constituting two of
the three 1 'jor members, are accused
oi "sowing some of tho tiny seeds
that havo germinated and blossomed
Into industrial anarchy In Russia."
Yesterday's decision, which affected
wages of 325,000vraltway clerks, sig
nalmen and stationary flromen,
brought total reductions effective July
1 under t'.e board's orders to $136,-
000,000. Approximately 1,200,000 rail
way employees aro affected by the
Accompanying yesterday's ordor
carrying reductions ranging from 2
to 6 cents an hour was a lengthy
supporting opinion from the members
representing the railroads and the
public, and the dissenting opinion by
the labor members condemning the
In their prompt rejoinder to-day the
majority members said In part:
"It Is not Incumbent upon tho six
members of tho board concurring In
this decision to follow the minority
Into a partisan controversy which
partakes more of the characteristics
of Impassioned advocacy than of calm
PART DRAFTED IN OFFICES OF
"In so far as tho dissenting opin
ion distorts the sentiments of the ma
jority, misquotes their lunguage and
reflects upon their desire and disposi
tion to do Justice, wo will refrain
from comment. Wo prefer to believe
that tho Improprieties crept Into that
part of the document which was
drafted by the employees In tho head
quarters of the Railway Department
of the American Federation of Labor
and that they were overlooked by the
"Thero is one fealuiu of thfi dis
senting argument, however, which Is
so unusual that It should not be
passed over without notice, and that
Is the portion wherein the two dis
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ON MOVING TRAIN;
NEST ON TRUCKS
Mother Flies 12 Miles a
Day to Be With
PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa., June 17.
On tho brako rigging under
neath tho passenger coach which
comprises tho "Hoodlebug" shut
tle train making three dally trips
from tho Railroad Y. M. C. A. In
Elk Run, to Rlkers, two miles
distant on the Buffalo, Rochester
and Pittsburgh Railroad, Is a
robin's nest containing threo
Mother robin began building
her nest three weeks ago. When
the train pulled out she left the
pest and flew with tho train to
Rlkers. There tho nest building
Soon appeared threo eggs which
the bird carefully covered. A few
days ago three lusty robins were
hatched, desplto the migrations.
Tho mother waits with worms at
tho end of each trip.
AS STRIKE INCITERS
IT'S IN THE
Harold F. McCormick Undergoes
Operation in Great Secrecy by
Noted Chicago Gland Specialist
Opera Patron's Identity Hidden Even From
Hospital Attendants and All Facts, Re
fused as None of Public's Affair.
CHICAGO, Juno 17 (United Press). Harold F. McCormlck, opera
patron and Chairman of tho board
pany, Is recovering to-day from a secret operation at tho Wesley Me
morial Hospital. By merest chanco it was learned tho operation was per
formed by Dr. D. Lesplnasse, famous surgeon, who disputed with Dr. Vor
onoff, French specialist, tho right of dlscovory of tho method of grafting
glands of animals in men.
' T t i 'n ii null n mlnn. I"1 TIP TTl t i OT1
and Mr. McCormlck will soon bo go
ing home," officials of tho hospital
Dr. Lesplnasse would not state the
nature of tho operation.
"It is a medical matter and does
not concern tho public," he Bald.
Preparations for tho operation wore
under way a week before tho wealthy
Flvo nurses were said to too In at
tendance on Mr. McCormlck. An en
tiro floor of tho hospital was reserved
for him and no ooo besides his physi
cians and nurses wero allowed to enter
tho floor. Thrro doctors were said to
havo been In tho hospital constantly,
ready to administer to tho patient.
Tho namo of the patient was kept
socret from hospital attendants, and
although knowing that some one of
wealth was to be a patient, no one
knew his namo or tho character of
When Dr. Voronoff claimed to hnve
discovered the method of grafting
glands on human beings. Dr. Les
plnasso pointed to an article which
he published In the Amcrlpnn Medical
Journal In 1912, several yenrs before
Dr. Voronoff snld he had conducted
his experiments, to support his con
tention. Dr. Voronoff usually used glands
obtained from monkeys In his opera
tions, although other physicians used
Mr. McCormlck's wife recently ob
tained a dlvorco and reports have
coupled his name with Ganna WalsVa
Cochran, opera singer, who was
granted a dlvorco from her millionaire
husband In Paris recently.
Or Laborer to
Brookhart Counts Self Out
of Society Stuff at
DES MOINES, Town, June 17. Col.
Smith W. Brookhart .nominee of
Iowa Republicans for United States
Senator, has higher respect for
grimy overalls than for evening
'1 am prouder of my overalls than
of my dress ult," he said. "They can
count me out on the Bocial stuff
when I go to Washington. I am going
In the Interests of the farmers and
laborers and those business men In
sympathy with Progressive govern
ment." Brookhart spoke plainly. "Wash
ington's social lobby Is the most sinis
ter of nil lobbies In Washington," ha
said. "It Is the most contemptible
of nil Influences. I love tho society of
my neighbors and of fellow men, but
when a man high In public oftlce Is
feted and favored for ulterior political
motives ho Is flirting with bribery of
tho worst kind."
"The men who voted for me do not
want me to go to Washington to poso
gracefully at bnnquct tables and par
lor parties. Tho real ailstocrut In
America Is tho farmer. He holds the
feeding lig. Ho works with his head
and his hnnds. He is really tho
brainiest of them all. lawyers and
business men ure specialists the sue
cessful farmer does not specialize hn
is a Jack of all lines.
"I prefer the society of the farmer
and luborcr to that of the 'sociul
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PATRON OF OPERA
HAROLD F. McCORMICK.
TRAIN IS ROBBED
Two Masked Men Loot
Baggage Car Safe and
Flee in Auto.
PITTSBURGH, June 17. Tho
Fairmont express on the Pittsburgh
and Lake Krlo Railroad was robbed
near Wolistor, Pa., about twenty-five
miles from here, at 10.40 o'clock this
morning by two masked men who
escaped after robbing the baggage
The me nentere dthe baggage car
as tho train ncared Webster. After
binding and gagging Azcl Hicks, ex
press messenger, and M. Ambor, bag
gage man, they looted a safe.
At Webster they Jumped off at a
street crossing whero an automobile,
containing two men, was awaiting.
As the robbers entered tho machine
the driver started away in the direc
tion of Pittsburgh.
American Railway Express officials
sold the company's loss would not ex
Hundreds of "Real Estate" and
"Apartmenta to Let" advertisements
containing information valuable to
homeieekera are systematically as
lembled and carefully clauified in
The Sunday World Real Eitate Sec
tion for quick and eaiy reference.
Thole anticipating the purchase of a
houie will do well to consult Sunday
World "Real Eitate" ads.
2 EC 7 World "Real Estate" and
DDI "To Let" Ada. Lait Sunday
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NOUEST ON PETERS'S B
UN FIGHT DUEL
WITH REVOLVERS IN
STREET AT NEWARK
Trouble Over Husband of One
Starts Shooting, Police
Mrs. Anna Capucclo. twenty
eight, of No. C5 Webster Street, and
Mrs. Maria Do Salvo, twenty-three,
of No. 23 Crano Street, Newark,
fought a revolver duel to-day at
Crano and Webster Streets, accord
ing to tho police. Neither woman
was wounded. The police say Mrs,
Capucclo's revolver failed to explode.
Mrs. De Salvo, It is alleged, fired
twice, but missed.
The shooting was over Mrs.'Capusi
clo's husband, tho police say. After
both women had been arrested, the
police Inquired In the neighborhood
and reported they found Mrs. De
Salvo had not been living with her
husband, and had been seen fre
quently with Capucclo.
Mrs. Capucclo's daughter, Marie,
thirteen, who stood nearby, escaped
,Tho child, according to the pollco.
was taken by Mrs. Capucclo to tho
corner of Crane nnd Wrbstor Streets.
Mrs. Capucclo had a revolver In her
waist. Reaching tho corner, sho
paced up and down In great agitation.
A few minutes later Mrs. De Salvo
left her homo to do some shopping.
Mario Capucclo saw Mrs. Do Salvo
nnd ran to her, exclaiming, accord
ing to tho story told by neighbors,
"Now yon aro going to got It."
Mrs. Do Salvo looked down the
street, saw Mrs. Capucclo at the cor
ner nnd went back Into her house,
coming out again with tho revolver.
As Mrs. De Salvo approached,
Mrs. Capucclo waited nervously. The
women walked to within fifteen feet
of each othor, tho police wero told,
and both drew their revolvers at al
most the same moment.
Mrs. Capucclo, according to the po
lice, pointed her revolver at Mrs. Do
Salvo and pressed tho trigger, but the
weapon did not fire. Mrs. De Salvo
fired twice, The bullets missed.
Mrs. Cappuclo was held In $2,500
ball on a charge of assault with In
tent to kill, and $100 ball on a charge
of having a concealed weapon. Mrs.
De Salvo was held In $3,000 ball on a
charge of assault with Intent to kill,
and In $100 ball on a charge of hav
ing a concealed weapon.
MISS RYAN LOSES
IN FINAL MATCH
Defeated by British Tennis
Star in Straight Sets
LONDON, June 17 (Associated
Press). Miss Elizabeth Ryan of
California was defeated by Miss
Kathleen MoKane, the British star,
In the final of the Kent tennis cham
pionship at Deckenham to-day. The
English player won by the score of
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BBAMCU OFFICES CLOSE EAItMEU.
P OT RUIff Til RF PIIMfli
Weather FAIR, COOLER.
PRICE THREE OENTSj
Coroner Fitzgerald Says He;
Will Proceed With Investiy
gatiori on Tuesday or ;
Wednesday. ' '''
CASE; i :
Prosecutor Resumes Hearings t,
to Force Return of Elder' ?
Ward on Charge of Cori 'V
spiracy. . : A
With Walter Ward In Jail without j
ball, charged with the .murder of ' J
Clarence Peters, whom ho says he ?
killed In self-defense May 16, and;
with no court opening for his trial'
before Octobor, tho authorities of
Westchester County said to-day they j
thought It well to close up the pres
ent phaso of the case by holding an ' ,
Inquest on Peters and completing the ,
John Doe Inquiry into the conspiracy
charged against members of tho Ward
family and their oicjgjates In at
iempflng to suppresWdenct.
The Inqtiest will be(he!d next Tues
day or Wednesday, Coroner Fltser"-i
aTrt said to-day. District Attorney
Weeks Intends to nuW.,a record made
in tne proceedings ttjtvaiter ward,
despite the protests of his attorneys,
has actually admitted killing Peters.
Statements have come out of the
offices of the attorneys that the state
ment presented to the Coroner. May
22, by Elwood Rabenold, Allen R.
Campbell and John F. Tlrennun, of--Ward's
counsel, not only was not
sworn to or signed by Ward, but does
not say that Ward killed Peters. It
merely says that the position of tho
two struggling In Ward's automobile '
became such that "Ward was enabled
to return Peters's fire."
At the meeting of Ward nnd his
attorneys with the county officials
May ::, however, this li what hap.
pened, according to Coroner Fltsger
The officials were In a friendly
frame of mind toward Ward; tbW
rather felt that he had performedTk
public service by killing a criminal
and by clearing up the mystery of the
dead body found on tho bank of the
reservoir. The whole party were
seated about a table In the Court
"Well," said Coroner Fitzgerald to
Ward, as he remembers the conversa
tiuu, "ou got him ill rlbhi, Hiz'i
"Yes, I got him," was Ward's replyy
"but another time I might not be 'so
"What did you kill him with:"
asked District Attorney Weeks.
"A JS-caltbro automatic," replied
Whatever may be the legal status of
the unsigned self-exculpating state-,
ment In typewriting, the District At-,
torney holds that the conversation
repeated above binds Ward to an ad
mission of the killing. .
The prosecution admittedly has t
weak case and wants time In whlclt
to nnd "Charlie Ross" and "Jackjf
If such persons exist, and to develop
other evidence. It became known to
day that Ward has bad private df
tectlves searching for the men. lnde-
pendently of the authorities.
An Idea of the defense's position la
obtained from an authoritative sourc
It contends there not only Is no evUr
dence of murder against Ward, but,
none that he killed Peters under any,
circumstances. r '
They would deny that It s4?
mlts Ward killed Peters. The stated
ment says Peters ordered Ward to
leave the automobile and Ward mado
a grab for Patera's hand, "thereby!
deflecting the shot from Peters's sun?
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