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eme er aa Gwse W. AON a osi besse ae IS tegal sues to ae OMbW VMV. *a, Periu sot pro$"c or a& Ve~~~oi Ioom " WWr we wasste violee and who e-e we ma6" y us Gna. mo p , "we e m dpar wewtvarmbe is Serw hea ? or b ll S -jady W anyt .= rl be o of as c ht was eml After the onue % oES*thi own s"ad mauvingat tohk eInterest In then. 3Bfre y took the mother's the e rnes thaos en re ane and walm lled 4,eesi andan = I~I~hd1: becus when as over, he owned the piece savage went out teliet biga"" when 1%was ~ve, 1.41w there &Temw him admirglade oeu Mfy or a hu of them. Take away ownership of land a&d you kjl1the enthusiasm of the pioneer. TAay OTraw of amy ladles and you ith ion killing enthuslasm of the equato ra savage. Note the less, It is pleasant to sea a sm like Judge Andeaan with courage to say that OOVr Inent ot deporting Mau without authority are but a Also it odbe pointed out t0" "o I~U" of a certain kl# ao..ga isoV**:a' aprAIft " we booome St for It. The grt city park i a o ot asnq all Own. go ,at owne thhae 7yateo n dividually "M not afford. itfols to jail and deport nist vision for whih we ar not ryetreadyan whichls witl enee . coe "ons an we reai sels reatures, working with real on tbepiasm only Orhen by so working e can get e ing tha ome to theoretical cotamunism. He who ould take without due nrocess of jaw comes under the criinal law. 4& et an ntake remins h You sf natural objection to 'e caen haking t soe stons the Ino the Unhoe Wrt taaoent. It is leal poes andthtclate a',"i."in? Youa seertua"omjunittoe ol awmaym d brakn nivel )oern ols f the UnSite Statesand ne feliiu ran-r ".Wdoe ment.Play Bis Par in oeta waon it wy the for. cou they apat oje tbo sh all eharcehe gturk to gh er idagea ind to s satl irinth eieBu tha a wa ivdity Inir da .'w.ew 't'e ig fun."'he Intoe e witer ranoythae toha sPay abu it I Dmeraots i niN syh :eadlis' Athe ritas". rt whe ae..tey t theb andt ha ftetbeadsy hal c aartetre. whut bwas doe arvd. tre end dos eadly.H hs higs ltte p dgm Inta Inaris 9 ij~imtplayedignr Sinn Feinen COM MI EWELL (ICASE AREST NEAR low York Authorities Expeot to Have "Man With Motive" In 24 Hours. HAS BEEN QUIZZED OFTEN Third Set of Keys Found In Bed room May Aid Mystery Solution. NEW YORK, June 26.-At last an arrest in the Elwell murder mys tery is in sight. Within twenty-four hours one of the many "met with a motive" will be in custody. This Information was -supported tatitdbofand the orin wweeks thb authorities expressed the buoyant be Hot that they are on the verge of solving the mystery that has fasel hated the country since Joseph Bowne Elwell. dying from the bullet of an assassin, was found in the reception room of his house at 8:20 a. m. Fri day, June 11. It has been learned authoritatively that the investigation of New York's most enthralling murder mystery has narrowed dowa to this one man. CONT3AE$CT3D NMUSLF. e is not a *ew figure the ease. He haa been terrogat4 a number of ties both the poll& and mem berm of Distrit Attorney Swann's staff and bas been involv#4 i a num bar of contradictions. His saest may come wisin a few hours. A asmber Of detestives. us Get ZdcoLei.s .G.tam thur Ca re h icide oqud, left the ofnee ef Assistant Diet Attorney John T. Dooling' Jate 1W ah L The above facts in the rtliAg new "break" in the oase developed after it had been. learned from As sistant DistriOt Attorney Doeling that, at the last questioning of Marie Larsen--interrogation that consmuted part of Wednesday and Thursday the enigmnatic little Swedish-Ameriqan housekeeper of the slain gambler told the authorities there were thrle sets of keys to Elwell's,"House of Mys tery." Mrs. Larsen had one, Elwell an other set. and the third set of two keys the housekeeper said she had found on the morning of the murder on the mantle in Ar. Elwell's sleeping apartment. Neither Dooling nor officials of tie police department would say where the third set of keys is at present. Nor would they say whether Mrs. Lar sen had concealed them. as she had done with the lingerie belonging to (Continued on Page 3. Column 1.) BABY WiTH THROAT CUT FOUND UPON CITY DUMP Head Nearly Severed From Body of Unideatiled Month-Old Giu. With the throat cut and head al most severed, the body of a baby girl, about one month old, was found shortly before noon today on the city dump pile at the foot of G street southeast, near Congressional Ceme tery. James Francis Washington, colored. residing at 1115 Seventh street south east, discovered the, body. The body was removed to the Dis triet morgue and an Investigation started. The was nothing by which the baby could be Identified. WIFE SA1D TOHAVEFLED Polie Ivestigating Death of New Have., Cs.... Labor Leader la His Home. NEW HAVEN, Cons., June=36. Coroner Mix and the local police are investigating the death of Frank Bokolowski, said to be a labor oI ganimer, who was found in a dying condition early today at the house where he roomed. Hi. clothing was saturated with carbolic acid and a glass, partly filed with acid, was on a table in the house. The man was crytng for help. Soos afterward his wife is said t6 have disappeared in scant attire, and the polise are searoh i fee her. A small child of touple was feund in the house. TODAY ha effe n~e store sties e . .kWe vies. Gemabing was E wl's Seize Conti $5I101E Actor Shot, By Kitty G Be Victin Polioc Convinced Actress Wasi Innocent-Wounded Man in Serious Condition. CHICAGO. June 20.- -A .33-caliber bullet, mysteriously slipped Into a re volver supposed to centain blaal; cartridges. caused Miss Kitty Garden, the actress. to shoot Vad seriousty wound Joseph Alber% Mack on he stage of the Palace Musie Hall yes terday afternoon. The revolver was owned by JaSk Wiloon. star of another act, who has been playing on the same vaudeville bills with Miss Gordon for a couple of years. The police believe the shooting was accidental, although they say there Is a strong possibility it may be part of a plot. aimed at another, with Miss Gordon as the Innocent principal. PART O W16,1ON' ACT. The shooUng was part of the act of Wilson. Wilson used the shooting in a far cical curtain scene Involving himself end Miss Gordon, who walks on the stage aft"r her own aet; Miss Vera 1eres' :. Miss Gordon's daughter. and Frank Griffith. Mr. Wilson's part ner in the act. The act is the seventh on the bill and comes between Miss Gordeo's. and the acrobatic curtain act in whiek Hack appears. Ia it Mim* Beresford takes rola ot the flapper saxious to enter - th movies, and. after a great de4 of horse play en the part ,f WiUs, bleek face comedian. he Welis ber a star is necessary for the movie he tatends to produce. There is a camera on. stage. Wilsop sighs for a star -O Kitty Go4on. g Pt Thi and" *"%a t the end -of which he retire lte the wings, lewing Griffiths etiking the camers. RUVOLV, Ug DRAWN. Griffith says uhing il an Un dertose to Mism ford. and she goes thsough. anAm of meek f0 sentmnent, finally appealing to Mise Gorden. Mis Gordon holds her in her arms and goes through a frensy of out raged dignity toward Griffiths, at Mast drawing a revolver from her corsage and firing it once. That is the way the act has gane for several monthS. until yesterday. Miss Gordon, using the same lines and going through the same motions, pointed the revolver into the wing and fired. For the first time since she has been doing the act the revolver "kieked," and in surprise she let it fall to the stage. There was a stifled cry from the wings, and Hack lurched against one of the flies for support. thea toppled to the floor. No one heard the cry. The Act went on. Wilson reappeared on the stageo deliver his accustomed line: 'That's the rottenest fall I ever saw," a$ dressed to Griffiths. who falls to the floor of the stage at the first shot. Max Vasold, theater stage manager, stood in the first entrance at the left of the audience with his hand on the electric button that regulates the drop curtain. KEPT FROM AUDIENCE. Seeing the end of Wilson's act, he was about to push the button and light the figure "T" that indicated the appearance of the last act. when Joe Page, Hack's oWtner, clutched his sleeve. "Hack is shot," ' he whispered. "'Lookl For God's sake get a doctor. Hack writhed en the floor in the seeond wing. Beckoning to Wilson, Vasold told him to explain to the audience- that the last act would not appear, and Wilson made the an announcement. The audience filed out. About That To those who res of, the Republican cc itfsonly necessary t the same staff will c convention for this p Others will he ini The Times will ham ,greatest staff of ase '~ reporters ever co' iiatemnewspaper. Most of them aru ing up their iyer treat. Inore to Times, call Main 52 culantlen." Hlave the heme every clay Pol of Cork, I RS RAI On Stag ordon May I of Plotters xK5TT GORDON. President Wilson need feel no con dOer about his future on his retire ment from ofse. No is being del uged with offers. Admiral Grayson. his physiian, stated today. Many iani versities and newspapers are bidding for ,his servioes after 'the expiration of his trm. - Admiral Grayspa said he knew nothing about a reported offer from the University of the Philippines. which is said to be willing to pay the President from $50000 to $100,000 a year to serve as Its head. "Just what the President will do after his retirement ho one can say at this time," said Dr. Grayson. The chief concern of every one about him is to make him well as quickly as possible." TRADE BOARD CEM OFCNTM CHARG Justice Baley DismisM Suit By Claire Furnae Co. in Ques tionnaire Issue. Justice Bailey. of the District Eu proms Court today dismissed the suit of the Claire Furnace Company of Pennsylvania and twenty-two other concerns to adjudge the Federal Trade Commission in contempt on the allegation that the latter had disre garded an order of the court restrain ing its officers from compelling the Claire concern to answer the ques tionnaires sent out by the commis sion. The court held that no con tempt had'been shown. It was agreed between counsel for the Federal Trade Commission and the petitioners, and approved by the court, to broaden injunction proceed ings and include the Attorney Gen eral a. a defendant. Convention d The Times reports nvntion in Chicago * state that virtually ver the Democratic ested to know that' p the services of the hil writers and regu itributing to a Wash Son the job and tun brs. Don't mdss this be sure to get The 50 ad ask for "Cir ronfini SE D.C HSH* FOCES IIOLWNDORK EngNsh $odiers Vassta ,treSt As New Civ bwnmtne Assumes Reins. ASSIM LONDON, JuSSe 6.-4laa plaeir have take. csmplete Peuked" oG the city of Cork. aeoarding to S die patch to the Pa1 Mall GAtt tadir. Up=m orders from Ma an offIsIs of the munlcpallty. the pOdns Were osanted to their barwashe, aa the pritish soldiers vacated the streuts. The 111n Psijers are preparing to le40 taS. Ther wors bomb explosifas and rifle vollers nr the Millanut bar racks during the Right. said 4a Bz chaaes Telegraph dispatch from Dro baga. ' . BELFAST, June OL-MaRY lest ean have bew arrested at Leads derry, by Iris volpteers, said a dispatch from that eity today. ~ndasdeny is quid. Armed guards have bea= posted in ths re1 dsai district to preemt raids Old evictios. The British treps at desdWer are patrolig A. the stass. 1,00TURS ED INMRMII 011 MFl~A~vW~ft1Y kmrda ine and Takes 0 Enemy Prisoners. LONDON, June It-One thousand were killed in a violent ber bardment of the battle positions of the Turkish Nationalists on the east era shore of the Sea of Marmora. ac erding to an Ebxhange Telegraph dispatch from Athens today. Th. dispatch follows: The Dritish report heavy attack@ In the regon of Ismild (Anatolas). GoIve, and east of bagtodjik. whor 600. Turkish prisoners were taken. The British fleet violently bombarded the Turkish line. The Turkish dead ate estimated at 1.000." PARIS, June 2&--A note oontain Ing the substance of the Turkish re ply to the allied peace tteas was handed to the foreign offte today. PARIS. June 2G.-King Alexander of Greeee will leave for Athens this evening. It Is understood be will continue to emyrna and review the Greek army that 19 conducting war against the Turkish natioalists. The King will be accompanied br his morgantic wife as far as Venice. she will return to Paris from Venice. HOLD UP BANK. ST. PAUL, June 26-Five unmasked bandits held up employes of the Great Northern State Bank here late today and probably fatally wounded Cashier Victor Redman. They escaped in an automobile with 55,000 in cash. $5.000 in Uberty bonds and a quantity of non-negotiable paper. TENN. GOVERNOR TO CALL FOR VOTE. ONSU'RGE Govermee Bebsrts of Tenmessee today wired Proddest Wilsen he will esB a spoeli seosies of the legislatare to pass en raieatlem of the suffrage amenduaen& The governor I!tu the Presedent he is heartily In favor of ra#Astie. El. telegram to the Presideut, eat from iaemen, Team., road.: "Ia referes to your telegram, rossived at my of See duig my abe.se., I will say Iam heartily in favor of ratideation of the mime temnth ameomemnt. I will include the subject la my call for a estra ordinary session of the legilaturo If legal departament advise rai. Leatlem may he shade." Betsge the moeage reached the Whit. Noss, the logal dspartumeut of Tummoes had advised the ger eror that It would he eesdita tihnal for an eis eusales et the legislature to relty the amead Wce and Br .TAX I Advance BC Two-Third Means 4 Washington's new tax red al, estate and tangible pet taxation of two-thirds rel vs This was the annouSSA sines today, followIng weI tem y District Auditor Da W. P. Riehards. The now tax rate will meak, that the owners of real estate an4 tang ibie personal property in Washing tea will have to per S35.4T0 more a year. Under the old tax rate real ee sat* an personal taxgi property Van taxed 81.s a Xad The now tax rate will have to be paid nest MaY. * CANGe IN 1TrIU. The District of Columbia Appre priatlon Aet for the decal year sad lug June 30, 1921. provided for the 'payment of the expeases of the Dis triot goverument on a basis of per oat by the DiStiut and 0 per east by the Umited States. This ehanged lie system which has been In te in Washingto" eises the establish meat of the Organie Aet of 1IO, Gad which Aed the basis of sharing equally the debts of the District by the lowal government and the Federal government on a $-40 hasis. In the ast it was further provided that. If the revusas of the D&tet was set: soont to Ust the RARNG TO Trail 4U tmer-Lay The National Woman's party will picket Senator Harding during the ceremonies attending his notilcation of his nomination for President. ALft Paul formally announeed today. Suifrgists from every State In the Union will invade Marion, Ohio. the Senator's home town. and form a picket line which will surround the house. "We plan to spend the summer with Senator Harding," said the miII tant's leader. It will be a case of "whither thou goeest, we go." seording to Miss Paul. Pidkets will remain with the Repub lie" candidate for President during his stay in Marion and will follow him wherever he goes on his cam paig tour. Miss Paul stated she will go to Ohio to orgaaise the demonstration planned for the notitcation ceremon. Is. Other leaders of the militants pre dict a diverting time for all who attend the notideation ceremonies. including Will Hays, chairman of the Republican National committee, and other Republican leaders who will gather at the Harding home from all sections of the country. They Intimate that heckling the senator during his speech of aceeptance will be a feature of their program. MIss Susie White, Statsechairmaa of the Natienal Woman's party in Ten nessee declared today before her de parture for Nashville that Gov ernor Roberts cannot 'afford to ignere the Presidents appeal for a special session of the Tennessee legislature to ratify the suffrage amendment. 8CRANITON, Pa.. June 36.-e. George H. Coughian. mother of kid naped Baby Blakely Coughlina, for whom a nation-wide search has been instituted left for her home today after having fellowed a false clue to this city. Mrs. Coughln caused consIderable ommotion at the Motel CaSey when she paddwith a wetnan guest for eriion to se the latter's baby. Te 0Md was net the Ceughla 'baby. First Aid to Vacatiom Pleiare Have The Times fellow you while awray on vaca tion. Add a pleasant hour to your vacation. Mal subcriptions, payable in ad'vance, 52.60 for tre months. PhomaeCrculation Do, parthmt, Maim 5260, hrn t ith Troops IATE TI good Upon i Valuation c Per $100 a will be $1.9 per hundred on oml prperty. The basis of lue will not be changed. nt from the District Commis -al weeks of work on tax re Aiel J. Donovan and Anessor per seat whch tq District should pay, the rate of ties os real estate ad tangible personal psoperty should be raIsed, but that eh rate should I so case be less than the 1% per sent which has been In foree for some time nor more than 2 per oeat, A tax rate of $1.99 per $100 on the basis of the total estimated assess. Mats of $MA1M N as reported by the assessor, will produse a revenue of s.,Ta.3ie as agalast $0.7,4," shown by statement as required to be derived from taxation on such properties to meet the District's pro portion of appropriations for said Ascal year. The mount derived by the application of $1.96 tax rate is apparently $T5"7, more than appears to be required, but allowance must be made for no-oollestible Items en tangible personal property assess (Coatined on Page 3, Column .) 1129 SEATS D6MorAt NN Commi tes sit o Contested Caes With Feeling Very Bifter. 8y .Me... I OLEC, latesmetisnal News e en. SAN FRANCIUCO. June 36.-'hoing freworks on every side, the Demo cratie National Committee swung cautiously into action today on two delicate sontests, involving twenty aine conveation seats, the deelsions In whisk may vitqlly affect snt No vemberft returns in two Domosratic Itates, Geopgia and Missouri. Is esh instanse it is a clear-cut fght between the pro-Wilen sad &ati-Wilson factions of the party. and the feeling is very Intense. This feeling Is intenstied still further by the fact that A. Mitchell Palmer. himself a candidate with S votes at stake, is sitting as one of the Judges. The Attorney General Is Pennsylvania representative on the national coms mittee. WEOX WAY WIN. It was generally conceded as the sational committee went into session that the pro-Wilson element might win, which would result In seesting the Palmer delegates, froin Georgia and the dental of a seat to senator "Jim" Reed. of Missourri, who had been the Premident's most consistsnt opponent inside the party. The Ad ministration forces control the pre liminary machinery here. The anti-Palmer forces of Georgia are needed by Charles . Barrett, head of the farm orgastsation of six mil lion farmers, and Senator Thomsas Hardwick. They represent two-thirds of the Democratie voters of Georgia. Palmer's delegat$,o represents ons. third and claims teright to sit as a result of a slight plurality In the' three-cornered primary fIght. "There will be a hot time in Geor gia In November If this committee seats the Palmer crowd and denies representation to two-thirds of the Demoratic voters of Georgia,' said Barrett today. Senator Reed was present In per son today to fight his case. He will earry it through the national commait tee to the credentials committee and then to the floor of the convention It self, if necessary. And he wilt tell en route just what he thins of Wil sonian policies. Reed was selected by his distriet convention as a delegate freuR the Afth Missourt diettlet. The State - vention refused to Inforse the mss. ties and instead endorsed Rooed's al trnate, laes T. Bradshaw. The Fifth dtrtict again nominated Reef. aa he onme to Ian Francisee prepared to wage a lone fight against his State orgasimatlon as well as the national edministration. 3. N. Meore, national committee an from Ohio, and maanager of Gov. James K. Cem's eamipaign, is aiding the anti-Palmer forces in their fight to be seated. The President today made to fe lowing reesse appointmeate et mess bers of the Board of Charities of the Distriet of Columbhip: Mrs, Virginia Cress, Dr. William 3. Kerya Charles U. Neebit, all of ama na~ of Columinbia to Barracks ' $1.95 MN ON LAE POLL With may df higm IM No Caniae Sems to Have Majlty. MARSHA, 8000 BROWN Vie. Predseen. as Dr Hes Ilets Hers et Comenlen. WCSAM= L P*W Dyemmao WORMU 3. 13 . 1us in rewn raw. SAN FRANCISCO, JAns Si-Om the eve of the natiWal Daeseans ess,.as - paisetakn sere df the arrtved delegates, numbeinag more than half of the - and w an Whowi sit in the aanterium. reveals the unamamaklah feg thag Wilfsm Gibbs McAdo has faed sigmally to -limInate higWelf ggm this r'es and that, em the basis of 'drafting,",wlthout respect to his persons dees, he is the uimbate swles at the et delgates here. That IN the outstandtag today's convention nowi but hedged about by many eries cit ounstauees which tel to 1asfr it d to or"nt a "aste of wemanaie uncertainty whith maes g~bs a*srd - 6 'man khows what am - the coaentiOe Will tao regarding 4a0. dates. h V a iwa e a vast es. "he bubbe , 16en thehotel Oerrder is r ae ocandidat o '0 aUr, but it Is remarkable that one beas more reasons against he selection than for them, and snot coneoraing some of them Is uspae ant to the polite ear. family not being neglected Amsag ether things. VAR gaON CMONE NOW. * If balloting were to start teday. with favorite sons' complments ad of. there would be slim cease of anything like an approach to a ehetee on the basis of a majority vt%. mam& less a two-thirds peedeminabs, which Is necessary for elet&& In a Democratic convention, semedlig n the result of a Gemon oe I- 1 the Interoational. News Uerves. Delegates when appreased ar found glowing with local pride and State-choice enthusIasm, hat whea the interviewer gets dows to pras. tical politic, the interviewer and, deanly Aads himself subject of an Ip. terview and the question is: "What do you hear of MaAdooT He'll come through if we draft him. won't be? Be is sineere, but no da can decline a Presidential nomina tion." and similar remarks. Very Intimate ries of the lanky war Seeotary of the Treasury report ing here tell in eironmatantial detai of his disposition to shrink frem the Presidential spotlight, and denounce as "neana politics" the story that his declination statement was a subter fuge intendeO to kill of "erown prince" slurs and make him not only the choice but the demand of thb convention. R. M ADOG OPP00m NEA. These gentlemen tell us that Me. Ade's reasons as speoided by him are aotaalZ and that ha Is no moere slnceme in his dliastamie te enter public life than Is his wife, former Eleanor Wilson, for wh'em the White Hous~ po e no allureients testm et with htr two babies. But the gathertng ana esed by such men as nsor Carteras are not only dieting ado publi' sistentents, tUt. are oenlay (Celst..j j Pa51. Co luma .'1. CONUENAL U. S. POPULATION 105,000,o0o The population of Continental United States is estimated at 105,000,000 by J. A. Will, chief statistician of the Censs 3u reau. His oalculatien is based on the combined popualaflons of 1,400 cttIes and towns for whiob statistice have been anynsed. . The increase ever 1910 is placed at about 13,~.000 show. lag the growth of the country has net kept paso with previous decade. A imoot complete cesna tieofn im gation daring the war is thme *1S reason assigned for the falinag of ia growth. Thte agrwePate populaties of ti'. caties apd tears' en which the. etimate was salde is 45, 01,3*4 ThIs te an~ -a sage n ot 20 per eent, rapaed wi per enat in thme Mhi