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Fight to Save Famous “Shot Tower”
i Cherished Landmark of Baltimore
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DRY RAID NETS STUDENT. S
Amherst Junior Pleads Guilty to
Bootlegging.
AMHERST. Mass.. June 19—Ducien
A. Waddell, a junior at Amherst Col
ic BC. was arraigned in court at
•Vorthampton today as the result of
liquor raids last night by the Am
herst police. Waddell pleaded guilty
lo charges of keeping and exposing
liquor with intent to sell and main
taining a liquor nuisance. His case
was continued. Six other men were
arrested.
A policeman testified that more than
four quarts of "white mule” were
found in Waddell's room in the Phi
• lamina Delta Fraternity house.
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BALTIMORE, June 19.—Save the
shot tower! Thafs the cry here to
day, following the announcement that
the old shaft had been offered for
sale by the oil company which owns
the ground on which it Is located at
Fayette and Front streets.
Sentiment In favor of Its preserva
tion began to crystallize Immediately
and steps are being considered by the
city today to purchase the tower and
Incorporate it into a small public
park.
"No definite action has been planned
and the subject will have to be given
thought," said Mayor Jackson today.
“But we know that Baltimoreans who
have the city's past and traditions at
heart would be dismayed to see the
old structure sold for commercial
purposes and torn down. It is fitting
that the city should acquire the prop
erty for a park."
Civic and patriotic societies are also
aroused and officials of the Daughters
of 1812 said today that if it was
found that the city could not use the
money for its purchase, the organi
zation would undertake to raise the
funds by popular subscription and
present it to the city.
“Certainly it should be preserved
as a historic landmark,” said Miss
Plorine Judnik. head of the local
branch, and if the city has no funds
available to buy it our organization
will raise the money and buy it.”
W. M. Ellicott, president of the
city-wide congress, and Josiah Pen
nington of the Municipal Art Society,
also said the landmark should be
preserved.
The tower was built in 1828 by the
Merchants' Shot Tower Company, and
Charles Carroll of Carrolltown, sign
er of the Declaration of Independ
ence, laid the corner stone.
The tower, which is one of the only
three left standing in the United
States, is the oldest in the country
and contains over one million bricks,
ail of them handmade and wood
burned. of uniform size and color.
From a base of forty feet in diam
eter the shaft rises to a height of 248
feet. The column tapers as it
ascends, so that the diameter at the
top is only twenty feet.
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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY. JUNE 19, 1924.
COMMUNISTS LOSING OUT,
ZENOVIEFF CONFESSES
Declares Cause Hit Especially Hard
in West, But Warns Followers
to Retain Hope.
By the Aaeoetated Pres*.
MOSCOW, Juno 19.— 1 n a speech re
markable for its candor, G. S. Zino
vieff, chairman of the fifth congress
of the Third Internationale, yester
day told five hundred delegates of
that organization that there was no
reason to feel discouraged over the
fact that the Communist Interna
tionale has failed to obtain victory
in the majority of western countries
or that social revolution has not been
developed with the rapidity antici
pated in the early days of the Rus
sian revolution.
While he gave no definite figures
on the membership of the Communist
party in the various countries of the
world, most of the delegates had be
fore them statistics from their own
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fioujitries respecting: the status of
the party. It was shown that with
the exception of Russia, where tbe
Communist party has increased from
480JJOO members to 600,000, the strength
of tVe organisation In most of the for
eign countries has decreased.
Drop In IT. 8. Members.
For Instance, it is shown that the
membership of the party in the
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5,000, while tn England It decreased
front 10,000 to S. 000; in France, from
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seled the cU-legates. however, not to
Jose hope.
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world revolution,” said he, “and
where we had to calculate upon
years we have been calculating upon
months. But time works in our favor,
and we are now witnessing the
strengthening of the Communist
movement In practically every coun
try of the globe."
DURANT
“Just a Real Good Car'*
GULL’S BOOT BECOVEBED.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. June 18—The
body of MtM Marjorie Jones, who was
drowned when a batteau capsized in
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body of Manuel Coucoulas, also be
lieved to have been drowned, has not
been recovered- Boats are searching
for the body.

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