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LEADER OF SCOOTS
TO INSPECT CMP Lord Baden-Poweli, English Group Founder, Coming to Washington. Lord and Lady Baden-Powell. ac companied by their two daughters, the Misses Heather and Betty Baden Powell, will come to Washington next Wednesday to inspect the site of the national jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America, to be held here August 31 to 30. Lord Bftden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scout movement in England and known In Scout circles as ‘‘Chief Scout of the World,” probably will return to Washington to attend the jamboree, which will bring more than 30,000 boys to the Nation’s Capital. He and Mr*. Powell have been Invited to be guests at the White House dur ing the jamboree. The national headquarters of the Bcouta announced yesterday that word had been received that six Boy Scouta of American parentage, now living In China, will attend. Five of these boys were born in China and speak Chinese fluently, it was reported. The boys have already sailed, accompanied by eight others picked by the Chinese government to represent that country. Pitching of tents on the Abingdon aite Tuesday or Wednesday of this week will soon put that camp in readiness. Shower baths and sanitary facilities, Including sewage systems, water systems and telephone lines, have been Installed. This camp will accommodate 10.000 Scouts. Another 10,000 will be housed In a similar camp on Columbia Island and the third camp will be located in East Potomac Park, near Halns Point. BROTHERS, ONE 14, HELD IN SLAYING Bound Over to Grand Jury in Death of Aged Fanner From Gunshot. Br the Associated Press. ROCKY MOUNT. Va., July 13.— Two brothers, the younger 14 years old, were bound over to the grand Jury today by Police Justice J. B. Allman on a charge of having slain Marsh Mullins, aged farmer, Tuesday night. Howard and Elisha Bowles, the for mer 14. claimed the shooting was accidental. They said Mullins got In the way of a shot Intended for a rab bit. The shot was fired by Howard Bowles, police said. Surella Young, near whose dwelling the shooting occurred, said the boys called Mullins from the rear of the house before the shooting. She said ■he did not hear any quarrel. Accused of firing Into a moving au tomobile in the Endlcott section Tues day night, Oarfield Wagner, 33, also was held for the grand jury. No one was injured by the shot. FINANCIER’S MARRIAGE HAILED BY EX-WIFE Mr the Associated Press. ST. LOUIS, July II.—Mrs. Anne Rumpf Bums, St. Louis socialite and former New York artist’s model, last night hailed as "wonderful” reports that Dawson J. Bums, Jr., New York investment counsellor who divorced her Wednesday at Reno, Is about to take another wife. "It must be one of those Reno things,” commented Mrs. Bums. Meanwhile In New York Bums termed "absurd” rumors that he might marry Mrs. Clara May Blum Tankard, who divorced her husband at Reno on Monday. “We just happened to come back cn the same plane and that’s how it all started,” Bums was quoted as saying. "I was terribly embarrassed. Really there’s nothing to It.” Retired Captain’s Son Wants to Fight With Ethiopians Walter Isham wants to fight, go barefooted and see excite ments—in large doses—but he can’t find anybody who will let him fight! Walter, who Is 36 years Old, is the son of Capt. Harris Isham, U. S. A., retired, lives at Port Washington, Md., and has served six years In Uncle Sam’s Army, brought his tale of woe to The Star yesterday when he was un able to find any one who could, or would, enlist him in the Ethiopian Army. Walter is a strapping fellow of more than 6 feet, weighs abdut 180 pounds and wears a smile that belies his belligerent talk. He has been in Mexico, Panama and Cuba and likes them an. 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