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Policeman Off Duty Du Did Not NotSee NotSee NotSee
See Harris Body Bodyas
as Reported ReportedWOODMEN ReportedWOODMEN ReportedWOODMEN
Collecting Names of Those Known Knownto
to Be Familiar With Withthe Withthe Withi
i the CaseCeatiaued Case CaseCrattaraed Casec
Crattaraed c aved from First Page Pageconflicting P Pageconflicting e ecOntllctlDg
conflicting testimony caa be recon reconciled re recondied < on oncited ¬
cited The police report infers thatHarrIs that thatHarris tbatHarris
Harris walked directly from the ex excursten exCUrsMR oxcursfoa
cursten boat 1 ot upon which w ick he returned returnedshortly rettirROOahortb returnedshortly
shortly after 11 o oeleek cleek t to th Ute spot spotwhere spotwhere spotwhere
where it is alleged be sfeet himself himselfIf
If as it new develops Harris bodywas body bodywas bodywas
was net upon the set claimed elal td at the thenour thebour thehour
hour named namedwhere where was it and what whatwere whatwere
were the movements of the t e young man manin IRanIn manin
in the interim interimAnd laterimAn4l lnterlmAnd
And what becomes of the testimony tMUDtOD to tobe tobe tobe
be offered by those who say they beard beardthe beardthe heardthe
the pistol shot at 1133Friction 11 11Friction 1131 1131Friction
Friction Among Probers ProbcrsThat ProbersTbat ProbersThat
That the reopening of the Harris Harriscase HarrisC8Se Harriscase
case under the personal direction of ofMajor otajor ofMajor
Major ajor Sylvester occasioned some feel feelin feeling
in 111 between the detectives originally originallyassigned originallyasslned originallyassigned
assigned to the case CS and those later laterassigned 1at laterassigned > r rassigned
assigned by Ute superintendent is re reported reported reported ¬
ported today todayThus todayThus todayThus
Thus Indirectly the first investiga investigation investibttion investigation ¬
tion may have had effect upon th thsecond thOliecond the thesecond
second investigation Outside of o this thishowever thlehowever thishowever
however It has caused comment thatthe that thatthe tbatthe
the department did not take cogni cognizance cognlance cognizance ¬
zance of the story told by Policeman PolicemanRoberts PolicemanRoberts PolicemaaRoberts
Roberts which discredits dls < redits the entire entirepolice enUrepolice entirepolice
police theory nor was the informa information Information information ¬
tion vouchsafed by Roberts inserted insertedor
or its lace ace value in the report made madeto madeto madeto
to the superintendent superintendentThe
The discovery of these new witnessestoday witnesses witnessestoday wltnesestOday
today but Indicates the possibility of offriction oCriction ofSriction
friction between the different police policeofficers policeofficers policeofficers
officers who have been Involved in the thecase thecase thecase
case for the report is not so complete completeas
as It might have been beenIt beenIt beenIt
It is daily becoming more apparent apparentthai apparentt apparentthat
thai t al a great reat mass of inconsistent inCott5 8t8nt data datawill datawill datarill
will be presented to the coroners jury jurytvhen furywhen
when hen It begins to sift the t e death of ofJJorval otNorva1 ofNorval
JJorval T Harris HarrisFollowing Harr1sFollowing HarrisFollowing
Following the decision of the Corpora Corporation CorporatJon Corporation ¬
tion Counsel which requires an inquest inquestIn Inquesti
i In the t e Harris case after the Coroneremphatically Coroner Coronerhad Coronerbad
had emphatically declined to accede to
demands for one Coroner Nevitt an announces announces announces ¬
nounces that he will hear any witness witnesswho witnessCtho witnessvho
who may have facts to presents ma material material material ¬
terial to the case caseIt caseIt caseIt
It is probable that altogether r twoscore twoscorewitnesses twoscorewitnesses twoscorewitnesseg
witnesses will be b summoned summ ned at the in instance instance instance ¬
stance of the Pelice Department the3lodern the theModern theModern
Modern Woodmen of America Wuhl Wuhlton Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton Camp No U4J and The Times TimesVictory TimesVictory TimesVictory
Victory for Woodmen and Times TimesThe TimesThe TimesThe
The decision of the Corporation Coun Counsel Couneel Couneel ¬
eel signifies a victory for the Woodmen Woodmenand Woodmenand Woodmenand
and The Times who for two weeks weekshave weeksbae weekshave
have been insisting that an anJ inquestshould inquest inquestshould
should be held Jn the Harris ease easeAn easeAn caseAn
An appeal to the District Commission Cemmfeskmers Commissionors
ers finally was necessary and Dd coinci coincident coincident coincident ¬
dent with this appeal Coroner Nevttt Nevtttasked Nevitta Nevlttasked
asked a ktd for the advice ad ice of the Corporation CorporationCounsel C CorporationCounsel rporation rporationCOUlleel
Counsel CounselThat COUlleelThat CounselThat
That official promptly notified Jt tIfied theCoroner the theCoroner theCoroner
Coroner that there was no alternative in inthe 1ftthe inthe
the Harris case or any similar to it itand itand I
and that an II iRque inquest t was mandatory mandatorywhich mandatorywhich mandatorywhich
which bad been claimed by the Wood Woodmen Woodmen Woodmen ¬
men and The Times ever since nce the theCoroner tlteCoroner theCoroner
Coroner disposed dl8po ed of the Harris death deathmystery deUimystery deathmystery
mystery with a mere certificate of sui suicide suicide suldde ¬
ddelt cide
R H V James of 38 m L D > street south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east consul of the Modern Mo ern Woodmen Woodmenand Voodmenark
and ark a member memb r of the t o special t committee committeenatre < onmtitteenam
name f by the WasMntrton MSiltnton < tamp amo am to pro protest prot prottst ¬
test t against the incomplete t plete inveatica inveaticaT IftVed htve3tigatran 8 8t
T tran on oZ1 into the ieath of a fellow mem menti memhE memuer
i hE uer > er > r is coWeetinjr the names of pros prospective 1KOSJletthe prospeg ¬
peg pective time witnesses witness = es who can 81 throw any anylight anylight
light upon the t e mystery mysteryA
A number of persons Woodmen and andothers aDdothers andothers
others have come forward and volun volunteered VolURteered volunteered ¬
teered facts that are going olr to be of material ma material aaterial ¬
terial value alue at the inquest inquestMr inqu inquestMr M MMr
Mr Jama said today that he would wouldappreciate wouldappreciate wouldappreciate
appreciate information from any pros prospective prospective prospective ¬
pective witness who is willing to per perform perorn perfor ¬
form for orn n a I public duty by aiding aj in in the theclearing theclearing theclearing
clearing up of o one of the th most baffling bafflingjnurder bafflingmurder bafflingmurder
murder or suicide mysteries in the his h13tory history
tory of the city cityNo cityUSATTORNEYWORKS cityLi
No successor s ee or to Michael F Mangan Mangannrho Manganwho ansan ansanCtho
who resigned last week w as assistant in inthe Inthe inthe
the United l nited States Attorneys Office will willbe willbe willbe
be appointed according to Mr Wieon WieonJames W WtIEOnJames 16on 16onTames
James OShea a Washington Wa hlftgton attorney attorneywas
was mentioned as assistant to succeed succeedMr succeedMrl1angn succeedbit
Mr Mrl1angn Mangan but he has announced that thathe thathe thathe
he finds his practice Win net permit of efhim ofhim ofhim
him accepting a Government position positionand positionand positionand
and for that reason United States Attorney At Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Clarence E Wilson will abolish abolishthe abolishthe abolishthe
the office officeIt ofkeIt officeIt
It was announced today that unless unlesssomething unless50metbIDg unlesssomething
something unforeseen happens Mr r Man Mangan lIanplD Mangan ¬
gan place mil BO DOt be filled before the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first of the year and in any event It ItbcUeYed te tebelieved isbelieved
believed the position will be permanent permanently ¬
ly abolished abolishedMr
Mr Mangan was especially employed employedin
in the prosecution of police court cases
Who Is Wiser Today After Running Away With Little Bey Who Didnt DidntTake Diil1tTak DidntTake
Take Care ef Her
Holy Name Societies Plan to toParade
Parade Capital Streets Streetsas
as Protest ProtestFive
Five thousand delegates from the foftr foftrteen fe fetrrteen r rteen
teen branches of the District t Union nion of ofHoly ofHoly ofHoly
Holy Name Societies and aembers cntem ers 01 ofsocieties 01societies otsocieties
societies of the same name in the arch archdiocese acebdiocese archdiocese ¬
diocese of Baltimore and Alexandria AJxaR rI will witipaarde willpaarde wiltpearde
paarde in Washington on Sunday No November November November ¬
vember 6 as a demonstration against againstthe asal againstthe et etthe
the prevalence of profanity prolaJ ty anw among amongyoung g gyoung 1 1young
young men and boys boysThe boysThe Oys OysThe
The active work of arranging tng the de details details ¬ I Itails
tails for the monster parade began n to today today today ¬
day when ben officials of local Holy Name NameSocieties NameSocieties NameSocieties
Societies seat to officials o < < ieIJs of Holy HoI Name NameSocieties Nameecleties me meSocieties
Societies in Baltimore and aR Alexandria Alexandriaformal AIexIUMlriaformal Alexandriaformal
formal invitations In tattons to participate to i ievent th thevent the theevent
event eventThe eventTbe eventThe
The matter has been mentioned to Bal Baltimore BItlmore Baltimore ¬
timore and Alexandria members before beforeand beforeand beforeand
and District members and delegates say saythe saythe saythe
the only question will 11 be how many manyparaders MaR MaRparaders manyparaders
paraders these two cities will send here hereon hereon hereon
on November 6 6j 6Otrlcia1s 6Officials
j Officials in charge of the demonstra demonstration demonstration demonetration ¬
tion today began the arrangement of ofdetails ofdetails ofdetails
details It is probable the route of ofi ofmarch ofmarch
i march Will be along Pennsylvania PenD lvaDia avenue ave avejnue avenue
jnue nue and Seventh street These streets streetson streeotton
on Sundays are generally crowded with withpromcnaders wlepromenaders withpromenaders
promenaders from middle afternoon until untillate untU1ate untillate
late evening eeni and it i is possible the time timeof timelor thusof
lor of the parade will be between 4 and andoclock 6 iI 6oclock
I oclock
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given given givenof Chevy Chase the stamp stampof
of their approval approvalTHOS by bu buying ing there thereTROS
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NEW YORK Sept 24 4Te The twin twinfliers tw1Rliters twinfliers
fliers Yale and Harvard Harv rd of th the Metropoiitaa Metro Metropolitan M o opoUlaa ¬
politan line plying between New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and Boston will not tieup for forthe forthe forthe
the winter when the season M OR closes but butinstead butIftStead butinstead
instead will round the Horn for serv service 3ervi service ¬
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Lost FourYearOld Girl Re Returns Returns Returns ¬
turns Through WithAdventures With WithAdventures WithAdventures
Adventures AdventuresSLEEPS AdventuresSLEEPS i iSLEEPS
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank FrankRoszinsky FrankRoszinsky FrankRoszinskY
Roszinsky Found After AfterNight AfterNight AfterNight
Night of Anxiety AnxietyThe
The oM o44 story of a very Httls Httlsgirl lttUgirl 11ttlsgirl
girl wh w who wanted to see what was wasbeyond wasbeyoltd wasbeyond
beyond th the next corner cornerA
A brave rave youngster ungBtor who offered to toshow t tshow toshow
show k her v r a little part of the big bigworld bigworld bigworld
world outside outsideA tItsldeA
A very much mosquitobitten little littlegirl littlegirl littlegirl
girl otherwise unhurt who vows ows she shewill shewill shegill
will stray out of sight 8 ght of her fathers fathersstore fatbersstorn8vr fathersstorenever
storn8vr store never again againThese
These are the three chapters in the thestory thestory thestory
story of the mysterious disappear disappearance dlsapf ear earBon ¬
ance Bon e and return tht tk tide morain JJI morning rnln of little littleFannie ltttleFannie littleFannie
Fannie Roesiitsky no atasIQ who developed d at atthe atthe atthe
the age Ie of four years a wanderlust wanderlustand
and great ret curiosity to see the sights sightssh sightsshe sightsshe
sh she had Jta heard her playmates tell tellAbout teUabout tallabout
About AboutFannies aboutFannies aboutFaJule
Fannies parents Mr and Mrs MrBFrank JolrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank Roszinsky Roszln ky spent an anxious anxiousnightin anxiousnightlft anxiousnight
nightin night is search of the child and the thepolice thepolice
police scoured aovre the city for her Some Someof Someof
of the neighbors Jtel h ors thought tho ght they saw sawa savman
a man walk oft with Fannie by the thehand thehaM thehand
hand and their t etr tale added to the themothers themotaers themothers
mothers anxiety anxietyA
A Changed Little GirL GirLWhen GirLWJ GirlWhen
When WJ eR Fannie returned this morning morningshe
she wawtt very talkative and presented pre presented present ¬
sented sent quite uite a different dUferentplcture picture from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the little girl in a white frock who whoh4 whod whohad
h4 d gene out to play with half ba1dOHR a adoen adozen
dozen other children in the block blockyesterday blockyeterdy blockyesterday
yesterday afternoon afternoonHer artrADOnHer afternoonHer
Her face was swollen with mosqulte mosqultebites mosqultebite mesquitebites
bites her frock fr ck was bedraggled d one onashoe onQsboe oneshoe
shoe was missing ml htg and five rebellious rebelliouspink rebelliouspInk rebelliouspink
pink toes peeked out of a stocking stockingthat s stockingthat ocklDgtbat
that had 41 been worn by a long tramp trampI
1 J je8 s took a Walk with Johnny T I Iwanted IWaDted Iwanted
wanted him to show snow me the big country countryhe
he h was telling ue about aboutThis a1 aboutThis ouL ouLThw
This was FaMttes only explanation of ofhere olhere ofhere
here departure She wouldnt talk at atfirst atftnltaot atfirstnot
ftnltaot first not even to her mother But when whenquestioned wIt wItque whenquestioned
que questioned ttoned by Lieutenant l MItenant Falvey whose whosemen whoseDteR whosema
men from the Math precinct spent lasn lastnight last lastnight
night n bt looking for a trace of her Fannie Fannietold Fannietold Fannietold
told more Fannie didnt know how howmuch howcia howmuch
much cia trouble she be had put the officer tobut to tobut toDot
but sh she did remember having walked walkedwith walkedwith a1kedwith
with him to the station and haviag haviagmade havlR havlRe haviamale
made e friends with other bluecoated bluecoatedmen bluecoated bluecoatedmen
men ea there the So site told all she remembered remem remembered remembenMI ¬
bered of her experiences to him himI
I dont know kDOwTohnny Johnnys name We jeeP Jeeplay jeePplay acsplay
play together I wanted ated him to ge geatone gealOBI goniong
atone and he did Then I get f raid a at and andI
I toM him if he would take me back to topapas t4 t4ppfL topapas >
papas store I would give lye him somerandy some somer S4 Me
r randy ady He said to come along aIOD he w8iIN w8iINtake weuMtake we jki jkitake
take care of me meJshnay JIMj a aJelinay
Jshnay j nay Is Wanted Wantedi WantedTbe WantedThe
i The pollee dealt t believe he eye Johnny Jolmnymeaat Johnnymeant IoIHmymeDt
meant aay harm nII but they are trying tryingto
to ftMl Man p t ask JIIim m why he didnt didntreally didntreally I Ireally
really take care of lx ate charge as a achivalrous ahlyaltOWl schivalrous
chivalrous young man JItE I of o eight years yearsshould years8hokI yearsshould
should do doIt doIt doIt
It looks as if Johnny must set have havebecome Jt8vebecome havebecome
become frald and in the e jfariance glance rlaDce of ofhis 0 0his ofhis
his playmates beat it when it began beganto
to get dark Anyway Fannie was corn cornpelted CORtpelfecl cornpolled
pelted to take refuge retu e in a ciumo ofbushes of ofbushes otbu
bushes bu hM oa Corcoran Hili near Trinidad TrinIdadOut Trinidadabout i iabout
about Out two miles from her home She Sheslept SheJJIfpt She Sheslept
slept th there re until a colored color d laborer lab rer on onhis onhis onhis
his way to work found her this morning morningThe mornlnThe morningThe
The workman carried the child to the thehome thehome thehome
home of M Burke 1343 Keale e Je street streetnortheast streetBOrtb8 streetnortheast
northeast BOrtb8 8t and left her there until thepolice the thepolice thepoIke
police were called and she was taken takenI
to 0 the home 0 of her parents rent 11M 133 Mary Marylend Uarylaad
land avenue northeast northeastThe nortbea8tonly northeastThe
The only clue Jge the police have to theidentity the theidentity UlenUty
identity nUty of the boy is Fannies statement state statement statement ¬
ment that he wore a pretty white whitesweater whitesweater
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