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pTING APPEARS REMOTE IN IRELAND rr Meetings Along Border in Boundary Dispute Marked by Calm. C , BV WILLIAM 11. f*We to The Star and Oliicajo Hally Nows ! DUBLIN, September 27.—Meetings this week along the Ulster border ■Warrant the Inference that physical lighting with the Free State is a long way off. Though the meetings were held Ift districts in which the Free Staters arc in the majority, there was no interference and each side, even in the storm camps of Derby and En niskillen. demonstrated undisturbed by the other. Strong feeling of both sides is confined to speeches and there have been no riotous incidents. Though Ulster speakers express unwavering determination to hold what they have got, their speeches were not in flammatory and threats of possible violence came mostly from English visiting members of Parliament, hood I egn 1 Case Seen. The Ulster government believes it has a good legal case whatever the boundary commission decides, and At torney General Richard Best hinted that lawyers have discovered a means of slaving off the loss of territory. In iHiblin Free State ministers are con fident and deny London press rumors attributing to them a secret settle ment with Sir James Craig. They will make no move until the British government passes the boun dary bill and the I'ail indorses it. Then they will be ready to talk terms with the north, and htey expect reali zation of the inevitable will make Sir James anxious for a peaceful settle ment, which all Irishmen on both sides of the border desire. Denounce Partition. Republicans who have denounced partition of any kind all along as a blot on the treaty, criticize the Free State's handling of the situation, and today De Valera's official organ says: I DOWNTOWN j APARTMENT i .Inst two of these desirable • | apartments left. j j Ame Modern Buildinp : | 121012th St. N.W. j j: One room, dressing room, a • real kitchen, bath; unusual j : features. “ Rent, $62.50 Inspect Today I B. F. SAUL CO. I : Main 2100 1412 Eye St. N.W. JAMESON-BUILT HOMES | 4004 to 4022 13th St. N.W. At 13th & Shepherd Sts. N.W. BOnly 2 Left Only One Square From ble floors, built-in ice box, servant’s toilet, wide double rear porches, cement front porch, deep lot to wide alley. ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE Open This Afternoon and Sunday I ■ - ".''VX~3M .»■> » ■ .HU Nature has made a beautiful frame for this picturesque home located between Connecticut Avenue and Rock Creek Park. 4615 30th St. N.W. Beautiful center hall colonial home, on 30th near Brandy wine street. Sec for yourself the full depth living room with fireplace, the bright cheerful kitchen, the 3 master bedrooms, the 2 spacious tile baths, the ample garage. Modern in appointments and finish—built so thoroughly and in such good taste that it is fully equal to higher priced bouses. $14,000 Follow Connecticut A Venn c to Albrnarle Street tint Street north of the Bnrenn of Standards), so east one block to SOth street and north one block to kooae. Louis P. Shoemaker Sales Agent 1407 New York Ave. N.W. Main 1166 G. S. Seek, Builder REAL ESTATE. "If the people want to avoid a bloody outbreak In Ulster, they must call a halt to Mr. Cosgrave and Mr. Mulcahy and dernauid the resignation of all the usurpers. The boundary problem and partition, too, will settle themselves, and that without shedding blood be tween two creed* in Ireland, when the people stand as they stood In 1921 behind the republic and enabled Presi dent De Valera to speak for the unit ed. determined and uncompromising nation of Ireland, saying to England: 'Leave our shores; abandon your claim to Ireland or any part of it; we want our Island and will make peace for nothing else.’ ’’ Free Staters, on the other hand, say that Ulster's unwillingness to Join the rest of Ireland Is strengthened by De Valera's doctrines. (Copyricht, 1924, by Ihe Chicago Dally New« Co.) WILL DROP^FEDERAL JOB. Property Custodian Miller Gives Whole Time to Veterans. NEW YORK. September 27. —Col. Thomas W. Miller, alien property custodian and a member of the national executive committee of the American I region, will resign from his government office to devote his time to the presidency of the Interallied Veterans' Association, the New York Times stated this morning. Col. Miller was elected to his new office at a congress of delegates in London last week. Ho is the first American to be elected to the post. The colonel declined to comment upon his reported resignation. Nine nations were represented at the congress, which represented a membership of 10,000.000 men. plus 5,000,000 women in auxiliaries which were voted to membership. Chicago to Change Clocks. CHICAGO. September 27.—Chicago reverts to Central standard time at 2 o’clock tomorrow morning, after five months of daylight saving. Pay Like Rent! | | FOR A SUPERB H GARAGE CALL US ON THE PHONE | —we will be pleased to U bring you specifications and I data that will enable you to || OWN A GARAGE IN A I] SHORT TIME FOR AS U MUCH AS YOU WOULD PAY TO KENT ONE. As Low as $5 Down—s7 Month 60NGALOWS GARAGES WASHINGTON Imconstrucdoncol* CONTINENTAL PHONE TKUST BLDG. MAIN TOM. THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. I>. (J.. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1924. DEPUTY WARDEN HELD TO EXPLAIN KILLING Pennsylvania Official Found in Stupor Near Body of Slain Man. By the Associated Drew. LEWISTOWN, Pa.. September 27. Questioning of E. E. Davis, chief dep uty warden of the Rockvlew Peniten tiary, and Harry M. McCoy of Altoona, was expected by the authorises today to throw light on the mystery sur rounding the death of an unidentified man who was shot and killed yester-, day in a woods near here. Davis and McCoy were lying near the body In a stupor and 24 empty bay ruin bot tles were scattered about a campfire the men had lighted. Neither Davis nor McCoy had sufficiently recovered their senses early today, the police said, to give an account of the af fair. Davis was in charge of a detach ment of Penitentiary guards who are here searching for Harry Brudakcr, an escaped convict from Rockvlew. Fred B. Healy, another deputy war den of the Rockvlew prison, arrived here today to assist the county au thorities In their investigation. Snow Fails Over Wyoming. CHEYENNE, September 27.—Snow was falling over most of Wyoming early yesterday. Rawlins reported a two-lnoh blanket, with a tempera ture of 33 at 7 o'clock. The storm at Casper cleared shortly before noon, revealing a heavy snowfall in the higher elevations, but the tempera ture was moderate. Snow began fall ing here early today and became so heavy at 10 o'clock that much of It remained on the ground. APARTMENTS FOR RENT $45.0° Monthly Several 1 Room, Kitchenette, Dining Alcove and Bath (Murphy Bed) Apts. Open For Inspection 1828 Riggs Place N.W. ■ ■■■ Jl 1 A. C. Houghton & Co. Realtors 1516 H St N.W. Phones Main 7536-7537 "He Have the Best in Every Section" KNOCKING THE TOP OFF OF PRICES IN CHEVY CHASE, D. C. HOW // / TO GET THERE / / \\SAMPLE * K y y au« nynLo\o~~fTT~y .ITTChMOUSt St! yz V a >-=_ CHEVY CHASE. CIRCLE. hr~ 9,\ Co ouf Conn. Aoe to Chevy Chase Circle, Sthen east on Rittenhouse Street to Broad Branch Road and then left on Broad Branch Road about one-half block to Runnymeade \ * Place and sample house, or phone us for ■ \ — appointment tm lake you oat. A- 1 Less Than 10 Minutes’ Walk Frpm the Circle UNDER $15,000 A home should be bought for its location, the value of the real estate, the honesty and economy of construc tion and the trend of the community. We Offer You 7 Four-Bedroom Detached Homes —that meet all requirements of the home you should have. Open Sunday and Every Day and Night Call this office any evening as late as 9 o’clock for information \ 1415 K Street N.W. Main 4752 RENT BOARD ASKS PART IN PROCEEDING Permission to Intervene Sought in Suit Involving Passing of Emergency. The members of the Rent Com mission through Attorney A. Coulter Wells yesterday asked the District Court of Appeals to permit them to Inter vene In the case of Frances K. Peck against Jacob 11. Fink, which has been advanced for bearing In that tribunal October 7. The case In volves the question of the passing of the housing emergency, which formed the basis of the Ball rent act. The Rent Commission also asks that its attorney be allowed to file a brief to make an oral argument in favor of the validity of the rent legislation and to show that the housing emergency has not disap peared. The commission expresses its fear that the defendant In the iwse will not oppose very vigorously the contention of the plaintiff. Congress, the commission points WEST CHEVY CHASE HEIGHTS On main Rockville Pike, two squares above Haak of lietkesda. Beautiful Lota at Attractive Prices •nd tprms. Huy a lot and build yonr home in thit* growing suburb. Stitt men always on property. Phone Bethesda 244 out, after the rendering by the United States Supreme Court of the Chastleton decision, by an act ap proved by President Coolldge. May 17. 1934, declared the rental conditions in the District resulting from the emer gencies growing out of the war are dangerous to the public health and embarrassing to the Federal Govern ment with the transaction of the public business. Maj. Wells claims the statement of the passing of the emergency In the Chastleton case was merely a side remark of the court, as tho question was not Involved. Fifty miles of wire are used in the burglar alarm system of a store In Ix>ndon. 1100 «r. NAME THE TlME — Tomorrow, Sept. 28, at 3:00 P.M . THE PLACE—Alabama Avenue and 33rd Street S.E. THE PERSON—Nobody knows, except the judges , and they wont tell until TOMORROW at 3:00 P.M. SIOO credit on any unsold 50-foot lot will be received by the person submit ting the best name for the subdivision now called “Highland Park, D. C.” If two or more persons submit the winning name, the prize will be awarded io each. THE JUDGES ARE: The Response Has Been Wonderful! Mrl J. G. Weedon, president of The keenest interest is shown Washington Real Estate Board. ** nl* t' nif c by the citizens’ association, prospec- Mr. Rolfe E. Bolling, first vice . , , 0 . . president Merchants' Bank and buyers and others Pnces post- Trust Company. tively advance this hall. After this ~ _ r . . . „ T1 . o i •* increase in price, there will be no Mrs. Virginia White Sped, presi- , , . dent District Federation of Women’s more ,ots at ten cents P er st > uare foot ' G,ubS- To Reach “ Park, D. JOIN THE CROWD AND HEAR • ... THE DECISION Drive out Pennsylvania Avenue announced by Mrs. Speel, represent- Southeast across the bridge to top of ing the judges. first hill. Turn right at Branch Ave. Mr. Allen MacGullen, prominent _ . , n . 0 attorney, will represent the owners Take car to 17th and Pa. Ave . S.E , of the property. Our autos will be there . The Decision Will Be Announced Tomorrow Rain or Shine . ALGER © CO. 310 Evans Building Franklin 965 * PRESENTS PROTEST. Charge in Paris Makes Kno'vrn Op position to Import Duty, D/ ihr Associated Pr*ca. PA HIM, September 27.—-Thc German charge cl'affaires here yesterday presented to the French government Germany's official protest against the French de cree imposing a -6 per cent import duty on all goods from Germany. Dating from October 1, Germany’s Intention to fry to induce France, to cancel the levy was made known in Merlin on Tuesday. RE A L ESTATE. STORMS TOLL HEAVY. | Venetian Provinces Keport Nura-1 ber of Deaths in Floods. VENICE. September 27.—The Vene tian provinces and the Valley of the Plavo are suffering- from lh<> recent heavy storm*. The rapid rise of the waters, already has caused the, deaths of a number of persons. Two water spouts have been reported. One of them, on the shore off Venice, carried away some cottages, while the other on the Sugana River, lasted for sev eral hours, swamping the country be tween Val Suguna and Strigno. ! STUNT FLYER HURT. i Breaks Back When Parachute Hits Tree. WERCH. u . Va., September 27. Kdward Jtagnell, a "stunt” aviator, i ' Knoxville. Term., suffered a broken back while making a parachute jump from an airplane here TliureUa; After jumping from the fast-moving jplane. KagnelPs parachute was caught in the limbs of a tree. He dropped Sc feet to the ground and then roiled down a steep bank. His condition was described at the hospital as critical.