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o JOHN D., f I'"' 11 I ' 11 ! ' ' ; ... , Tl 7 .: 7 1 1 . FREE STATERS FAIL TO FIND DE VALERA AT FUNERAL OF AID Great Throng Mourns Burgess, but Fugitive Does Not Ap pear as Expected. DUBLIN. July 10 (Associated TrcS3). A rreat crowd witnessed the funeral to-day of Cathat lirugha (Charles Burgess), former Doll Etr cann Minister of Defense and leads In lleutcnnnt of Ramon Do Valera In his campaign against ttio Anglo Irish treaty. Bruhgn was mortally wounded as lie was making a brave, attempt to escape under Are after rerUslns to surrender when the Be ijibllcans wore on the point of ca lculating In the Sackvillc Htroct area l.ibt week, nnd died Friday from his injuries. No- untoward incident occurred in connection with the funeral cere nt on y. Thousands lined the streets and Joined In the funeral procession, which required three hours to pass from the church to the cemetery. The cortege passed along Sackvillo Street, the sffKie of the Insurgent leaders' last stand against the Free State forces. The Republican members of the Dall KlC0.mii and representatives of all tho Republican organizations were prs- nt Republican troops fired a saluto over his gravo. Tho former President was expected to partlclpato In ceremonies honoring BnjRha, ono of his right hand men In tho "Republic," and troops had cedars to arrest D. Valera on alght. ' PvKplto countless conflicting reports , r-jto his whereabouts, Pj Valera woo llloved to lie hiding in Dublin, await ing opportunity for a dramatlo more during the funeral. CORK, July 10 (Associated Press). 1 The Republican army has ap parently transferred its headquarters from Mallow to Limerick, as Sunday night's official statement was Issued from Ihe latter place. The statement says the whole of the South, West and Midlands stands firm for the republic, although It ad mits Kilkenny City, Thurles, Mary. borough, Nenagh and Shannonbridge ate held by the Free Staters. It also concedes that the Republicans have evacuated Sllgo, whlsh the National forces now occupy, and says fighting Is - in progress in tlie surrounding GASOLINE INQUIRY BEGINS IN FEW DAYS Senate Committee to Oil Producers to Testify on Soaring Prices. WASHINGTON, July 10. Hear ings before the Senate Manufactures Committee, investigating soaring gas oline prices, will start within a few days. Senator La Follette of Wlscon sin, Chairman, indicated to-day. As soon as the committee has checked information being received from producers and distributers, re . quested in a questionnaire, first wit nesses will be summoned, La Follette said. Representatives of gasoline com panjjs will bo the first called, after which ofllclais of uutomoblle com pJJJh?s and -automobile clubs will be heard, It Is found prices have been in crCQed without justification a con fertnee may lie called at which an attempt will be made to fix maximum prices, MORSE TO BE TRIED IN WASHINGTON Gotirt of Appeals So Decides in Case Against Him nnd Eleven Others. WASHINGTON, July 10. Charles W, Morse, his three sons and eight others must stand trial here on In dlctments charging them with con splrecy to defraud the United States Government through wartime ship contracts with the Kmergency Fleet Corporation of the Shipping rtoard ths-Dlstrict of Columbia Court of Ap peals held to-day. 83, WEARS WINTER GARB TO PREVENT DREADED CHILL Capital Debs Too Frivolous, Powder Every 10 Minutes, Say British Embassy Bachelors "Oh, Is That So?" Replies One of Them, Who Points to Chorus Girl Parties. WASHINGTON, July 10 (Copyright). Why aro thero so many con firmed and Invincible bachelors on tho British Embassy Staff In Washing ton? Thero is somo good reason why Uils doughty group of nine young diplomats has been able no long to withstand the attacks of the shock troops of Washington debutantes, advancing In waves each successive social season, urged on by campaigning mothers. One of the bachelors explained to- day. Washington girls use too much paint and powder. They novor let ten minutes go by without daubing their faces with ono or tho other. Washington girls do not play games there are fewer women golfers and tennis players in tho cnpltal than In any city Its sire In the entire Western world. Last, but not leasts tho Wash ington girls do not play the piano or let a fellow sit around nnd sing senti mental songs of an evening. Washington social life is nothing hut jazz music, automobiles and cock tails. A fellow never has a clmno to make earnest lovo In tho good old faahloned way. However, the bachelor band at thi embassy is beginning at last to show signs of slow disintegration. For several years' now they havo pre served their ranks Intact througn countless barmgos of dinner, dance and tea Invitations. But ono has sur rendered that gallant young nailor- man, Capt. S. R. Bailey, naval at tache His engagement to Miss Mil dred nromwell, one of tho most popu lar of Washington's youngor set, has boon announced. It is rumorod, too, that another Captain on tho embassy staff Is basely considering desertion fiam the rest of tho "dlo hards." The faithful seven vow they never SIX GET 90 YEARS FOR GEM ROBBERIES All Plead Guilty in Brooklyn Court and Receive Long Terms in Sing Sing. County Judge McLaughlin In Brook lyn to-day Imposed Sing Sing sen tences aggregating ninety years on six men who pleaded guilty to robbery in tho first degree. Vincent Steneck of Passaic, N. J., was sentenced to twenty years for the robbery of the Jewelry storo of Isaac Karchman at No. 127 Graham Ave nue, Brooklyn, Five men pleaded guilty to robbing tho Jewelry store of Ell Rotlfeld at No. 268 Knickerbocker Avenue of 13,600 on April 29. Sentences of from beven and one-half years to fifteen years each were Imposed on Frank Vesple of No. 181 Meeker Avenue, An thony Caputo of No. 109 Sklllman Avenue and Nunzlo Gandlno of No 66 North Eighth Street. Thomas Cuc- cla No. 461 Broadway was given only nve years, but he Una nine years of an old sentence to sorve. Thomas La conte of No. 216 McDougal Street was given from flvo to fifteen years. THOSE LEFT BEHIND PAID BY MAJESTIC Will Sail on Olympic and Uet Expenses Until Then. Fifteen of the fifty-throe second cabin passengers booked to sail on the Majestic Saturday but left behind when the gangplank was lowered, called at the White Star Line offices this morning and arranged a settle ment with the company. me settlement was on tho basis of having their tickets honored on th Olympic which sails for Cherbourg icl ouuinampion next Saturday, nnd bo Ing provided by the company with s.ou a oay expense money during their enforced Hay In this cltv. In some Instances additional ex penses were allowed, such ns taxlcab nire incurred by passengers in at tempts to reach tho Majestic In tlmo last Saturday, and ihe payment by the company for toilet articles and necessities tho passengers wero de prived of because their baggage left witn tne Majestic. niACS HHOP TO M5W LOW I.EVRI, ron VRAIt. PAIUS. July 10 (United Press) Franc hit a new low level for the year lo-aay wnen iney dropped to 12.88 floi a dollar, 27 centimes lower than SatUr day's oloa. will surrendor. Tho paint and the powder seem the bulwark of tholr opposition to matrimony. "The girls here," said a bachelor spokesman to-day, "think nothing of rouging and powdering in public Whenever I see them do It, I want to haul out a toothbrush and brush my teeth before them. It would be Just as appropriate and Just as permis sible." "I would not marry a girl who uses powder," declared one of the young est of tho British bachelors, "because face powder gives mo hay fever I am a confirmed bachelor, I suppose, because I am subject to hay fever." So far, so good, but let a Wash ington deb glvo unswer. "So tho British bachelors abhor pulnt and powder ami jazz, do they,' ahc said, "Ha, ha, that's good. Wc supposo that is tho reason ,thoy give parties so often for this stars In tho musical comedy shows that come to Washington. Wo suppose they got away from tho bold, bad buds in order to enjoy tho pule, clear, com plexions of tho ladles of tho en semble." And that Is why somo of tho Wash ington debs aro laughing up their georgetto sleeves. BANDIT THREATENS TAMPICO OIL LINES Gorozavc Demands 15,000 Pesos on Penalty of Blow ing lTp Pipes and Pumps. WASHINGTON, July 10. Qoro- zave, tho Mexican bandit, active re cently In the Tamplco oil region, has threatened to begin blowing up oil pipe lines and pumping stations un less he received a payment of 16,000 pesos by to-day, July 10, according to a message from Consul Shaw at Tamplco. Tho. British owned La Corona Company said Gorozave was making hl headquarters at its Pecera camp. Tho Pocera camp is about twelve miles from tho Aguada camp of the Cortex Oil Company, an American concern, where Gorozavo made his first appearance and held forty American employees on demund for ransom. Mexican l-eueral troops, the Consul said, are encamped on thf Aguada property, but the messagr said tho bandit leader's attitude wai becoming moro ugly. REVISES VALUES OF N. Y. RAILWAYS CO. $85,201,413 Based on Prices Prevailing irom 1000 to 1905. John II. Madden, valuation engineer for tho Transit Commission, re viewed much of his previous test I mony to-day as to tho value of the Now York Hallways Company, in submitting a revisea valuation of 226201,413 ho admitted to Clarence J Shcarn, special counsel to the com mission, mat incso ngurrs do not take lnt" onnMliloratlon the derrenslni' purchasing power of a dollar. H said the revised estimate was based on prices prevailing from 1900 to 1905 Describing tho method m com putlng deductions necessary to place the property In first class condition an of Juno. 1921. Sir. Madden ex plained tho formula roiiowed by commission's cnginccis and cxpurt He snld that If thero hud licen an substantial change In the price of rai such n chnngo would ! a liability ; tho New or( Hallways instead an asset bocausa car costing $2,000 In 1900 would cost U.uoo to-duy t replace 11. John D. Rockefeller, going to church In mid-July to receive the congratulations of his friends on having attained his eighty-third birthday, was dressed as If for winter weather excepting only his Panama hat. He wore an overcoat, a heavy muffler, a leather vest buttoned closely almost to his neck, and heavy shoes with thick soles. To pro tect his eyes from the sunshine he wo're goggles so dark they looked black. A chill, It Is said, Is tho one danger that Mr. Rockefeller must nt all costs avoid. At the New Community Church at Tarrytown yesterday he was met by a group of newspaper photographers and he surprised them by consenting to pose after church. First they all had to go In and listen to tho sermon. KILLS TOO IN SAYS THEY TRIED TO HOLD HIM UP Pair Called Him From Home and Demanded Money, . Genovis Tells Police. Policeman John Brledcnbach heard shots at midnight In First Street, be tween First and Second Avenues, and ran out In tlmo to seo two men fall and a third enter the hallway at No. 47V First Street. The third man, who was not "trying to escape, handed over a revolver and said ho was Camlllo Genovis, 47 years old, a onltey cnglno operator. Ho Is grny- lialred nnjl lives with his wife and three children at No. 47H. Ho said two fltrangers came to his homo at 11 o'clock lust night and anked him to come down to the street as they wished to talk to him. His wife nnd children were at a neigh bor's nnd he refused to accompany the men, whereupon they left. They came back In a short time nd again asked him to the street, he aid. He became alarmed, he said. and slipping a revolver Into his pocket went with them. Outside the front door they turned and demand- d money. He told them he had none, and one or the men drew a revolver nnd fired. Genovis said ho then fired and one man dropped near tne aoor, snot through tho heart, and the other stumbled two doors away and fell In front of Public School No. 79. The man at the doorstep was Identified as Frank Gallo, twenty-seven. No. 6 Second Avenue. Beside him was a revolver with one empty and four loaded cartridges. He Is the one Genovis says shot at him. The other man who was shot through the head and heart was Identified late t-day by Paul Gleu dcttl of No. 211 Mulberry Street as Raffaelo Euls, a tailor, of Valloy Brook Avenue, Kingsland, N. J. At tho time of the shooting the street was filled with pedestrians and vehicles and tho police closed tho block for u time believing others might have been Implicated In tha double killing. Genovis did not tell why the men demanded money from him, it ha knew. He is charged with murder. Mrs. Genovis contradicted her hus band when the police questioned her She said Genovis was sitting at tho window In his shirt sleeves when he Jumped up and said he was going down to the street to call their six- year-old son Into the house. A mo mont or two after he went out she hoard tho shooting, she sold, and she knew nothing of two men coming to tha door. LEBAUDY DAUGHTER UPHELD IN HER SUIT Application for Administra tor of $1 0,000,000 Es tate Refused. PARIS. July 10. Legal battle for possession of 110,000,003 left hi daughter, Jacqueline, by Jacaues Lobaudy, late "Emperor of tho Sa hara," turned In favor of the eccon trio millionaire's family to-day when the courts upheld .Jarriitclino's pro test against appointment of nn ad ministrator for hrr estate. Tho Harrises, futhcr and son, the latter Jacqueline's husband "in name only," according to Madame Ixbaud, seek to obtain half the "linperor's" fortune In casu a divorce m secured. The widow is pleading for annulment of tho marriage In order to miva the 15,000,000. DEMAND TO RETURN ALIEN PROPERTY !S Custodian Has Formal Notice Served on President of Chemical Concern. WASHINGTON. July 10. Formal demand was made to-day In New York on Francis P. Garvan, President of the Chemical Foundation, Inc., foi the return to tho alien property cus todian of all patents, formerly enemv owned, sold to the Foundation while Mr. Garvan was alien property cus todian. Tho demand was mode on Mr. Gar van personally by Fred H. Wilson, Secretary to Alien Property Custo dian Thomas W. Miller, who went to New York last night for the purpose. A duplicate copy of the demand was served on the Corporation Trust Com pany of America of Wilmington, Del., resident representative of the Chemi cal Foundation, to comply with tech nical requirements. At the office of Mr. Garvan, No. 67 Wall Street, It was said he was in conference with other attorneys and would be until he left for washing ton this afternoon to appear before the Grand Jury. ' Garvan had been subpoenaed to produce his books to-morrow before a Federal Grand Jury in Washington. He cahrged the attack on himself and his organization was based on a so called Investigation by a one-time paid agent of the Gentian secret ser vice in the United States. This agont, according to Garvan, is Gaston B. Means, known in tho Ger man secret service as "Z-13," who was paid $1,000 a week by Capt. Boy Ed and 2100 a day by Boy-Ed's suc cessor. Garvan says that after an ex posure by a New York newspaper of Mean s record he waa "apparently removed" from his position as assis tant Chief of the Bureau of Investiga tion of the Department of Justice, "but in reality was only moved over to room 506 In tho Hotel Bcllevue, next door of the Department of Jus tlce, where he has continued in full control of this alleged investigation and others being conducted with a similar purpose." Garvan demanded that the "secret"' report made to President Harding be made public and charged the entire affair was part of tho Government's policy "of secrecy and of represent ing only German Interests." o de clared the books of the Chemical Foundation hare always been open to public inspection and that he has Invited the Government again and again to examine them. "I assume that this action is taken," he said, "either to frighten us with a threat of indictment into a betrayal of our trust or, realising that their proposed civil litigation Is base less, they believe they can extricate themselves from the position in which the discovery of the influence of the Oppenhelm Commission has left them, by Imposing upon the Grand Jury and Inducing it to flic indictments which they will never dare bbrlng to trial. "They will neither frighten me nor any one connected wiui me incmicai Foundation, nnd I have full trust that a strand Jury of the citizens of wash iticton will Insist that America be given a hearing beforo them ns well as Ucrmnny." nnrvan charges further that "the nconlo In the Attorney-Oenenil's of lice who ilaro not Men tho Matomcnt" given out by the office Saturday did riot darn to appear before the Short rldgti Investigation committee in the Henatu to croKS-examlne him. He hays each 'paragraph of the statement is- SERVED ON GARVAN Rip Van Winkle Post No. 00, A. of U., Ousted From Union Sq. Quarters Cops Break Up Midday Slumbers of Unemployed so Girls Can Lunch Unannoyed. The Rip Van Winkle Post, No. .00, of the Army of the Unemployed, was ousted from Its 24-bour iboudolr In Union Square at noon to-day, when Act ing Capt. Owen Treanor of the Bast 22d Street Station broke. In upon Its slumbers. The reason was that girls from the neighboring lofts and office buildingr had complained to their bosses and their bosses had complained in turn to the police. These girls of the sort the French call "mldlnettes" because they flutter forth nt "mldl," meaning noon were wont to occupy the shady benches nnd munch their midday sandwiches there. But Blnce the rain stopped there has been trouble. Rugged and bo whlskered men, having slept all night TWO LEFT BEHIND WILL SUE MAJESTIC Ten Accept Money for Ex penses Until They Sail For England. A delegatio nof twelv'e of tho sixty four second cabin passengers who were left behind when the Majestic I loft hor pier at 11 o'clock Saturday morning instead of at noon, the usual sailing tlmo, called at the office of the White Star Line to-day and de manded funds. Ten of them accepted from 13.50 to IS a day for mainten ance in New York until they are sent to England on other ships of the line. Two who refused tp accept the maintenance money were Mrs. Charles Evens of No. 6S1 East 168th Street and Arthur Zeiger, a Pitts burgh lawyer. Mrs. Evans, through Frederick E. Klein, her counsel, an nounced that she would sue for fB.OOO damages, and Zelgler, through the same lawyer, said he had been damaged to the extent of 2B,000 by not leaving on the Majestic. Officials of. the line said that notifi cation was given weekR ago that the Majestic would sail at 11 o'clock July 8. ACCUSED FURRIER FORFIETS $1,500 BAIL Wife of Prince Charges Him With Theft of $1,200 Clock. Ball of 1,500 was forfeited to-day by August H. Shell, a furrier, No. 250 West 89th Street, when he failed to appear In West Side Court to answer a charge of grand larceny for the al leged theft of a seal cloak worth U, 200. Magistrate Simms Issued a bench warrant for his arre6t. The complainant Is Mrs. Belle Ar- bib, No. 740 West Kna Avenuo, wuu says she Is the wife of an Egyptian Prince, A. Arblb, and that she was In motion pictures under her film name, Frances Do Nlese. Mm Arhh Cnarges ono icit m Mnav mini three others at oneii s tor Ho mimlred. When she called for them, sho says, sneu gavo nor only three and said the other had been stolen. ... Detective Davis went to eneu a ninr nt hnslness and found a cloak which It is claimed was the missing one. $10,000,000 HAtN SAVES CROPS. niT,., .. ti in A "ten million- dollar rain" fell over sections of the grain belt to-day, relieving a drought of forty-two days and saving corn and other crops, wtop ojh the rain came Juit In time, as the Ions um HHcd ud all plants and U'VUIIV !ITT - t , , every day of lis conimuaiivu uvuB.. minions of aoimrs sued by the Attorney-General's office In m fnlhnnd. "They say this sudden action was tnlten because of certain suits filed by the Chemical Foundation with only a week's Interval for the Government to prepare," he said. "They conceal the fact that on niy - mcnt was notified." Prlcr, rrallird on Swift A Company ulrs or carcum beef In New ork City for week nAinm Hulnrriav. JuW 8. Oil ShlPmCntl Old out. ranted from 11.00 rents to 18.U0 cent, per pound and averaged 1S.W cent per round. Advt. x on the benches, insisted on occupying the cool spots all day as well. The girls thought they ought to have a chance for at least ono hour out of the twenty-four. So nt the approach of tho cops to day a number of the day-and-night sc,uattcrs fled, but some were too lazy to make such un effort and were caught In the not. At tho station n count of the pris oners was made, nnd there were nine teen of them, all charged with va grancy, and locked up for arraign ment in the Night Couit. Auto Invention Didn't Bar $25 Speeding Fine Magistrate Tells John tin Barber He Cares Xothing About It. The law is tho law, nnd even with nn invention to stop skidding nnd speeding of automobiles, you can't go speeding to a Traffic Court Magistrate tell him about It. This was impressed upon John Relsler, forty-three of No. 1493 Broadway, fight manager, who is known as "John tho Barber," when arraigned before Magistrate House in Traffic Court on a charge of speed ing. It was alleged that on July 6 lit, drove his automobile In Broadway be tween 158th and 162d Street at an ex cessive rate of speed. "I plead guilty," said Rclsler, "but with nn explanation." "What Is It?" asked the Magistrate. ''I was on my way to seo you," said Reisler, holding up a large pam phlet. "Here I have plans of an In vention to prevent skidding and speeding, and I was In a hurry to get to your house to tell you about them. If you will look out of the window at my automobile, your Honor, you will see this wonderful ap pliance adorning my machine." "I don't care anything about Inven tions," broke In the Magistrate. "Tim first thing for you to do Is to respect the law and not go speeding yourself. You started out to seo me well you did. It will cost you $25 or ten days in Jail." "John, the Barber," turned red, paid his fine an dleft. BOY SAVES TWO GIRLS BUT HIMSELF tROWNS Thrr.e In Party of Ten Die When Launch Sinks. JAMESTOWN, N. T.. July 10. Three persons wero drowned in Chautauqua Lake when a launch sprung a leak and sank last night. The drowned are: Leo Gordon, twenty-two, Chautauqua; Free- mont Reyonlds, eighteen, Syracuse, and an unidentified boy. Reynolds's body was recovered. The others are are still missing. Reynolds supported two girls In the water until help arrived and was then too exhausted tp save himself. Ten per sons were aboard the boat when it sank. IfXN Vacation Lave Thcl lir-lJ rn...l n uriu luiiow you, mniiuu fcrcry day to your summer! address. WORLD SUMMER RATES rr per Week Month Morning & Sunday. .35 $1.00 Morning World... .25 .85 Erening World 25 .85 Sunday World 10c. per Sunday Bubacrlba now for anr length of time. Addreu changed aa often at deelred. Tour newedealer will arrant It for you, or remit direct to Cashier, New York World, Park Row, New York City. i RAILROAD AND LAND CONCESSIONS 10 BE GRANTED BY SOVIET Delegates at Hague Announce Russia Is Prepared to Make Terms. THE HAGUE, July 10 (Associ ated Press). Russia is ready to grant concessions for new railroad lines and 4,000,000 hectares of land (9.S80.000 nrres) for agriculture, it was announced by the Russian dele gation here to-day. FRENCH NOT READY YET TO QUIT HAGUE Foreign Office, However, Says Kxperts May With draw at Their Discretion. PARIS. July 10 (Associated Press). Tho French experts at The Haguo are at complete liberty to return to Paris at any time they are convinced they are no longer abl to do useful work thero. It was announced at Urn Foreign Office to-day, hut they have not yet Infoimed the Government that they had given up hope of co-oper-utlve work with the commissions dealing with the Russian problem. 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