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FURLOUGH BACKED
BY BARM BERS
Federal Association Re
verses Stand After Study of
“Lesser of Two Evils.”
The Federal Bar Association, which
has opposed every proposal for a Federal
pay cut, last night went on record
favoring the furlough plan as passed
yesterday by the Senate.
The reversal of the association's
stand, it was explained, came after a
long discussion which led to the con
clusion that the furlough seemed the
more temporary of th« two general pro
posals, one of which *?emed sure of
going into effect.
“It was a choice of the lesser of two
tvils,“ officers pointed out.
It will be easier to revert to the
present status, following the emergency,
if the furlough is adopted, the members
believe, than if the flat pay cut is put
into effect. In addition, the furlough
bill omits the proposal contained in
other bills to curtail annual leave of
Government employes.
The Federal Bar Association is made
up of attorneys in the Government
service, many of them heads of depart
mental legal sections.
George Barse. chief counsel in the
division of the liquidation of national
banks. Treasury Department, and Fred
K. Nielsen of the State Department
were speakers at the meeting, held at
the University Club.
WOMEN URGED TO TAKE
ACTIVE PART IN ELECTION
Head of General Federation of
Clubs Warns Members of
Internal Dangers.
By the Associated Press.
SEATTLE. June 9. -A plea for Amer
ican womanhood to take an active part
in the approaching national elections
greeted upward of 3,000 delegates ar
riving here today for the 21st biennial
convention of the General Federation
of Women's Clubs.
The message came from Mrs. Grace
M Poole of Brockton, Mass., unopposed
candidate for the federation presidency
for the next two years.
"The women of the Nation must be
aroused to take an intelligent part in
the coming election,” she said. "Dur
ing the war we did a marvelous work.
But in mv mind we are in more danger
now than we were during the war. I
mean from internal troubles.”
Headed by Mrs. Poole, a special train
arrived from the East yesterday with
more than 200 passengers after an
overland journey across Canada. Mrs.
John F. Sippel of Baltimore, president,
and a party of 18 arrived by steamship
the previous night.
The convention will be officially
©pened tonight.
DAVID HUTTON REFUSES
TO MEET NURSE’S DEMAND
Argues Breach of Promise Claim
With Accuser as Illness Con
fines Wife to Bed.
By the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES, June 9 —Evangelist
Aimee McPherson Hutton lay ill abed
yesterday behind the cream-colored
walls cf Angelus Temple, while her hus
band, David Hutton, exchanged un
pleasantrles with the nurse who sued
him for breach of promise.
The only point on which Hutton and
Myrtle St. Pierre agreed was that there
would be no compromise of her demand
of S200.000 for a broken heart.
At her home. Miss St. Pierre charged
her witnesses had been molested. At
the temple, near the room where his
wife is suffering from a recurrence of
a nervous ailment. Hutton declared the
charge false. Miss St. Pierre said her
life had been threatened. Hutton de
nied that, too, and added that he in
tended to ‘'tear the veil from her past
life." She asserted she had been of
fered $2,000 to drop the suit.
"I haven't offered her anything," was
Hutton's retort.
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AMUSEMENTS
Y. M. C. A. Players in
• Ace High” Last Night.
gREAKING into society has its tribu
lations. as was demonstrated hilari
ously last night by the Triangle Players
in a convincing presentation of J. O.
McMullen's three-act comedy, "Ace
High," in the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium.
The hearty reception accorded this
breezy offering was sufficient testimony
of the fact that these young men and
women of the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A.
had scored another hit in the realm of
' amateur dramatics in the Capital.
I The plot is built around the popular
theme of a family's sudden rise to af
fluence and of its struggle to adapt it
self to the new conditions. The wealth
| turned out by a fertilizer plant breeds
social aspirations and matrimonial
complications for the daughters and
difficulties galore.
In the cast were Faith Howell, Jean
Bone, Evelyn Thomas, Buela Howell.
Marguerite Bone. Charles Bell, Lewis
Tubbs, Albert Muehlhaus, Frank Ab
bott and Conrad Heins.
Lillian Krause merit* credit for her
capable direction. Samuel Eggert was
stage manager and Fern Campbell as
sistant stage manager.
WOUND KILLS WOMAN
Victim Said to Have Been Shot in
Quarfel With Man.
Clara Williams, colored, 36, of the
1900 block of Twelfth street, died at
Freedmen's Hospital last night from
gunshot wounds in the abdomen, chest
and both arms, said by police to have
been inflicted earlier in the evening
when she quarreled with Bennie Mon
tague, colored. 35.
All police precincts have been told
to look out for Montague, who disap
peared after the shooting.
SCOTCH GROUPS TO MEET
Annual Gatherings of Societies Are
Planned Saturday.
The annual outing of the Scottish
Societies of Washington will be held
next Saturday afternoon at the sub
urban home of Dr. E. S. Hendry on the
Virginia Palisades about 5 minutes’
drive from Georgetown.
Among the organizations to partici
pate will bo Saint Andrew’s Society,
Clan MacLennan, and Daughters of
Scotia. Plans are in charge of Robert
Watson, secretary.
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