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G1PM"=w a~ b ~~ !~Si'i ~Ate.t e. i lilt -j p~C6~SMf i - *-ix is giv x a m * Oe arfm"esthought to the of a(1..=1.6..,of "NIweeds, 09 eless plitical -Ie th pggngr," to tbq a I& Mr.W' WS w wA~u II Ae lnamO *a sa etq -fthe Prbopie le6ratte with a gnat am Iba is Ast Is too. e calls tr &mms .r.man who #190mand at the same bisels enecutive. ~t was the Impression in th Col. Edward Clifford Sbe toa inted. . *be %eekin of the e~ Illinois agr .The Prest wm ae it knowa yesterday that ?Plderd did not have the OS all to himself ad that It Jx a till bad an open mind Fyeade of Jeeeph I. McDermott. of Stows, 1. Va., said tday that t was a strong candidate for W - ee, o has not sought the his triend say, but his friends ~aegehoos to have a West VirginIan geie mportant post is the ,ldrol service and have chosen him "too the baeor. Mg? tL formerly was liout-gov '4 West Virginia. He is a man et Asine perienee and in Sweltwy. FUMS F GSOINE Five men Overoems When Can of Petrel Explfs Puring Aoo s. ere oeesme by "Mia e lam sight whee I ea af po Apt . ded Wa the ran 11W' m Moyf 4 Chubbe. P. , KNoehan, of Eane Coo no. 13, Ws remved to a hoe *011ertat Iran tAWe inos, so sem e his hoos later, but i able to report for duty today. ether Leree who were over were Privates R. W. Young, E. 3. C. Iateman. and W. J. al of No. 12 oempany. They e 1ret aid treatsment and were abb to toSnae their duties is half An M iewi the expleelon, the blase d 4%=Wt. and the store was gem e4# in smoke and gasolese fues DGae to the building and ;W ates Is estimated at $1,00. !IEHSTOHOLD I3YCONMERENE Eatn Division of Federation , To Most in Washington on Marsh 24. 'e third se0e of the eaSter. esOfernce of the American Pedera tiem of Teacers will be held in Wash Nareb 24. 25. and 26. _APp p g session will be bald on nightWareh 24, in the audi of the Ptblc/ Ibrary. Dr. W. allo., superintendent of Mhsels, will deliver the address of wesme to the visiting teacher.. Dr. P. Liavills, of New York city, t et the conference, will reply. sboena session will he held at hi in the auditorium of 4 In ey igh School. Business f beginning at 10 o'cleck, will on Psriday and Baturday, a 25 aat 26.t 20DAT. aehtaato edieal Susi I street northwes. S p.. Adve tin Clgbag. iw- eUppe o."C. *s ewl awgb r ili ean I Chmrah Sp. mn. * ashasten Cneil..of. s fe nrhe''t . "aw . Chase, 457 Raymond street i-emrlesa Red Cross Womn l ee-etoe inocltles a d einmn tea et the Diutrict of Coumbla, ag -M~ss Denn eurret events a F street northes p. i. Petwerta edist Church. 2 11 abeh~w~ t eNa oa p. . 4 M~egg~me..1ai utilities greep of city I tee~re.437Laaden K.MA chlit. Con. 2 h ashino Communit) u~,.-ruee.17. Sey Sreute ot Amer. . As Formo sar Godwin end V W aum R. N ~ As that themissewers' of4 is1e serd as Commissieer at ic for a few Ar. ta badldiug. At the request of TAk. stor"" about Rudolph. Ther o By MARL GODWIN. Back in 1910, the day aner Com missioner Rudolph was sworn into office. I walked into bis office with .Grhazn Nichel, who covered the Distriet building for The Times. It was I o'clock In the mornifig and "Mister Comnmissioner" had been at work for an hour. p WRE PURPLE 1IRT. le haa his coat off, was wearing the ding battest loudest purple shirt that mortal man ever draped acrose ,his frame. He had a chew of to and a stogy going strong, bpth at once and was working, like a steam shovel. We took a photograph of him In his shirt sleeves. and some where I have that photograph to this day. There was ,no Ipafing around the District building in that administration. This morning when "Nick" and, I wandered to "to get the news." Com missioner Rudolph reached for the stogies. An far as I can recall they were. of the same brand and out of the same box. When as ed today for an official statement. the Com missioner said: "Theme stogies are worse than ever." I smoked one. The other one he ave me I have y'et. LiEnTER 'WORED ONCE. Commissioner Rudolph used to sport a gold plated eigar lighter. The only time it ever worked was once when he was in a barber's chair and it burst into flatne in his coat poc)Cet. That furnished news for the District Building reporters for two whole days. . There Is one sure thing about this administration. There will not be any general firing' and hiring. Com missioner Rudolph will make a thor ough Investigation of every depart ment in his control before any changes, It any, are madi. DRUG MAKERS EEARKMER Dry Chiet Tells Them He Is Will ing to Consider Steps for Their'Relief. Prohibition Commissioner Kramer declared today that the Govern ment's policy is to place no ob stacles in the way of legitimate business in oeforcement of the dry laws. Kramer spoke before a con feremce of the American Dru Minufacturer' Association and the American Association of Pharma metical Chemist. WILL CONUIDER CUANOEa. Kramer gave the delegates assor Lnee of his willingness to consider mhanges in present rules that are leomed by the manufacturers neces sary to the successful conduet of their business. Drug manufacturers fatormed the Iry chief, that existing rules have put oertaln recognised medicinal preparations of the market. TheM lompounds, high in alcoholic content. were banned by the Government be ause they were held fit for beverage purposes. Members of the two associations )ledged the prohibition commissioner heir support in detecting violations of law among manufacturers. These rlolations, they said, are the result if illegal practices by only a negli rible number of.- drug makers, most if wheim, it was said, have sprung up n business since the prohibition era negaa. HI Johnson Sees Harding. Senator Hiram Johnson of 'Call ornia called at the White House to lay and urged President Harding to Lppoinlt Meyer Lissner of California o the new Shipping Board. W;Were srvlces-Chareb of the Upishany. Fear eenth and 0 streets. I p. ni. Address-Rev. Sari. Wlfior, Verset avenue Christian Chureh.' 7:48 p. m. aprieg Receptien--Cheanticleer ese tub. New Colissem Nall. Ninth an.1 B treets northwest, 5 p. in. OamsimeAmerhcan COmiattee feer Reller Address-Dr. Newell Dwight Hifli., Mam ae H. E. Church. S p. m. Mee gWntonChpter. Geeers of Meeting-N"orth Coitot and Eckiugse Oti en.' Assoclatica, Bmry shl. Ldneeln 3ad and 5 steet northeast. I p. a. Meeting-Anthrepological society of Wach gte5. National Museum. 4:6 p. U. Meeingstu-tWalcott Pint. No. 10. Metn -!Trene Mjemne GeSn, Jnerican Aameciatin for' Renesgitien et a rich Republic. Parish Nall, Pith and F ' treets southwest, a p. in Ceart--Wabgngtent Club, leventeenta end streets northwest, 3:30 p. m. TOMORROW. eCampainAmerican committee for ro. Entertainmen-Yomen's City Club, S .m. Hieteeleal Pageast-Alunl Assooiationr f Washingtom Hebrew Congregatlon ,tghth street Temple'. N p. mn. Meeting'--Gavel Club of Master Masons. BII 1fevr Yerk avenue, P p. m. Meetineist place Comanunity Cern. Pt Methers, * p. m. Mleetln5-Faculty' of Amerleanisation ( epartmemt, eld t'entral High fatOhee, 3:46 I '. Meetlms-Amnericenisatiwn 'mmitte. rsie'. Federat ed Clubs. ieee Columbne Te.Ha ked "Scribes" on Rudolph iche 6 rererters at the Dietrvic represenative of bsest neeeva e daily. Cowsmneeoner Rudel is asuue time these two reportere were back, So Hart and "Nick" came Pthe president of the Chesapeake I "Nick" is chief of the Bureau of iaced the presentt eters at the they -wrote an 'nterview and folow: By GRAMAN X. NW0NOL. "Alilmond, who left t door open?" Gasing on the corp ent form of Earl' Godwin, Commissioner Rudolph today directed this question to his secretary. Earl, following a oustom of ten years ago. had entered unan nounced. I was with nim. CHIN WHISKERS GONE. The removal of his chin whiskers is the only change apparent in the president of the Bosed of CQmmis sioners. Attention to his dutjes as bank presidtnt have taken from him none of his old-time pop and vigor. "tfave your troubles begun. Mr. Commissioner?" inquired Go4wIn. "Begun?" said Mr. Rudolph. "Only a week ago we were receiving the smiles and plaudits of admiring citi sens who were congratulating us on oun appointment. Last night at 11:30 I had before me a mass of corres pondence relating to public utilities matters over which I had been poring for three hours Suddenly from an adjoining room came the voice of Mrs. Rudolph; 'Young man, you will either resign your job, or go to bed.' owS REAL T xELl "I've known Mrs. Rudolph for sev eral years. and l've only worked for President Harding a week, so I went to bed." Commissioner Rudolph was assured that his visitors had no fa vors to ask either for themselves or friends. Upon recovering from the shock, he shook hands with both heartily and asked them to call again. 800 Pupils Escape Fire. NORFOLK, March 22.-Fire yester day destroyed John Marshall high school and large annex. partly burned two residences and damaged three others. Eight hundred pupils escaped with out injury. Ea Be -FRY IS. SUED BY WFE Complaint Charges Attorney Spent Money on Northern Trips With Another Woman. Declaring her husband, Ethel bert B. Frey, a Washianton at torney, spent his money lavishly bn another yoman. and that he had taken' many trips with her to northern resorts. Mrs. Gertrude S. Frey today fleid suit for absolutn divorce. CLOSE l19TIMACY CEARU. Mrs. Frey alleges her husband de sorted her and their children in Jun* 1919. The "closest inumacy has oisted between the defendant" and the "other woman," Mrs. Frey avers. She says they have been seen together at plaos of amusements in Frey's motor car "with the greatest fregqency and openly and brasenly." Mrs. Frey declares she Is the owner of the premises at 1*17 G street north west, which she inherited from her grandfather, but from which she has not derived any income for the past two or three years, her husband hav ing collected the rents from the prop srty. COURT ISSUED ORDER. She also says that about eleven rears ago she bought In her own name a homne at'*1327 Otis place northwest. whbere she and the children have lived since, for $5,170, eon which $3,000 was said in eah, this amount being ad vanced by her mother. Mrs. Frey asks the court to restrain ter husband from interfering with her and also to prevent hima from collect ng the rents from her property. Tus tice Stafford issued an order requiring Prey to show cause, March 24, why the petition of his wife should not be granted. BlVE PAGEANT OF ISRAa'l'lOYALTY 'iebrew Alumni Assn. Presents Specacular Scenes at Tern pie Tomorrow Night. "G'od ln One." an historical pageant >f Israel's loyalty, will be presented a iy the Alumni Association of the a VJashington Hebrew Congregation at he Eight Street Temple at 8 o'clockc onmorrow night. This promises to be a ne of the most elaborate and a pectacular amateur entertainments taged in Washington for many years 'he costumes of many periods were specially made for the pageant and c he mtlsical interpretations by the r emple choir will be of rare quality. The authors are Milton Marks, lenry Hart, and Martin A. Meyer. a he pageant is under the personal di- e ection of Mrs. Marie Moore Forrest. f the Community Service, 918 Tenthg treet northwest. The eight scenes will be as follows- 3 In the Celestial Fields." "At the I 'curt of Pharaoh." "y thr River of a labylon." "In the ilsys of the Mace ees."."Under the Rnman Voke'.' "in unny Spain,."in f'arkest Rtussia,' NE W HEM FOR School Board to Consider Put ting Patterson In Chrge of "Communty" Dept. TMh Board of Fducation will make a study of the rules and practime of the Community Center kewrt ment of the public wehools to do teraine wbethr a change in regu lations of pellees is neessary, it was learned today. 'PATryAMe NwreU o.I A suggestion that this department be put under the immediate auser vision of Walter R. Patterson. director of night and special schools, will re ceive serious consideration by the board. Putting Patterson in charge of this work would bring the community con term more directly under the super vision of school authorities. However. this action would in no way affect Miss Cecil Norton'a position of gen eral secretary of community center work. Fees charged by community uenters for use of the schools is expected to be one of the main points considered by the board. It is understopd several board members Oppose any charge be ing made for use of school buildings by eitisens' and other civile organiza tions. The charge is made for Janitor service. Some members take the position that the Congressional appropriation for community centers was made to throw the echools opet to the pub lic for meetings of civic and patri otic organisations. and that the met of janitor service should come out of this fund. s!ERCs REVIsM ILe. . The Federation of Citiseas' Asseoia tions Is seeking a revision of the rules of community centers. The as sociation favors the use of the schools with charge. A special meeting of the *cheai board has been called for tomorrow afternoon, at the request of Dr. Frank W. Ballou. Superintendent. Several important matters will come up. It is expected Dr. Ballou will ask the board to find some way to is crease the personnel of examiners in the scools. The community center matter probably will be discussed. RATINUM LOOT S CACMEDINCELAR Police Say Young Nauck Has Admitted $20,000 Theft From U. S. Bureau. Following a severe grilling yeste day evening at police headquarters. Oscar Naack. twenty years old. 50 Georgia avenue northwest. cbxfeased. the police say, to stealing painm worth at least $2060 frea various Government bureaus. Deteetive Ser geants O'Brien, Mullen and Bauer found the precious metal bied in the cellar of Nauek's home last- night, it is said. Naack was arrested Sanday mora ing as he was standing near a truck which contained a large amount of wireless apparatus. The police say the apparatus was stolen from the Bureau of Standards. me was given a hearing ye rday at the Polio. Court on the charge of stealing the wireless instruments and was rMe in $L500 bond. As he stepped to ze pavement from the court he was ro-arroested and aharged with stealing the automobile of C. C. Van Allen. 60 K street northwest. The machine was found abandoned. It had been stripped of the tires and other accessories. Wil liam A. Bladen, twenty-one years old. 123 Eleventh street southeast, a clork at the Congressional Library. is alse Implicated, the police say. in the theft Df the car. Neuck went to the office of lospe tor Clifford l Grant. chief of detee tives, after being released a second time, for clothes he had left there. Fle was closely questioned by the htective chief and Captala *am af the seventh precinct. in regdrd to he theft of the metal. He told them It was buried in the esiler of his some. they say', and a search we realed the platinum. He is alleged to have told the de ectives that he had dupicate keyg made to It locks in seime of the bureau ofie. When arrested Sunday morning by ~ lergeant Belt and Motorcycle Jollee-' nan Warren, of the mub-sta~oa 'at l'enleytown. Neuck had a m.*, a lashlight, a pistol and more than i orty keys in his assien, C He gave bond for Y'0,00% last night r bud was released. t AUTOILEUNISlAPS )ne Is Treated at Home-Other:i Is In Hospital. Two persons have bees injured in 5 4tomobile accident. in the Capital li ince 10 o'clock las.. night. e Gustave A. Kolbe, sixty-one years Id, 1752 Willard street northweet, rl as cut and bruised on the head a rhen he was struck by an automoe- 5 ile at Seventeenth- an] U strhets L orthwest The police say the ear P ras operated by Herman Norris, r. olored, of 1153 fleventeetith street. orthwest. Kolbe was rneved te is home and treated by a physician. Edward Griffin, colored, of 1743 U treet northwest, was bruised on the ide and probably injured internally rhen the truack he was operating as overturned in a collision rith an auto at Ninth street and alaramo road. He was removed to hmergency hospital, wheere it was aid this afternoor that his condition I not serious. 'Ihe nret 4ornieh II~agliebI engine as buli isn et'.. FORVSJOAS Jones Rodasifietin so to So Scrapped for ba Congress im san040n.. When a 1w ralmanais blas is preseinted to dw ary in MAY b h dpm Mittee itW4tt he oritt Mal Joes. pla henas Sistirtly scerapped, In Its plae a scheme of welassi o of0e of Effielency, will be etue. MUmT US:VU PRORAU. Senatorm Curtis and Warren have been at wprk upon reclassification matters for the past week. realising that the Appropriatioas Committee either 1upt have a program to pre "ent to the $eenate at the ooMing special session or must surrender the subject to the Civil Servie. Commit tee, of which semtaor Sterriag is Dhairman. They have realised that the Jones Plan, based upe the report of the Joint Congressional commissiom. on reclassifiction. and all its various modificatiens. including the Lehibach. Dr Moses-aspbs plan, were ant of a type to gal th4 sanction of Congress and therefoe have been working along different limes. The Bureau of Efficiency reciassi rieation plan In a nutsbell is this: WLBMLE SININgNG9. Fedefal employee are to be grouped a aeeral main divislos, with va rious subdivisions under thee. The aim is not to 'establish rigid. hard sr-fast classifications descriptive ef Ivery possible type of work In the Pederal service, but to keep the trouplngs flexible, o determine the teneral character of the work. but set to make the sifhiications so leftlte as to "pigeomhole" the work Is. The salaries of these divisions and subdivislons are to be determined by ongress, with a maximum and mini mum established allowing an ample reward for esperience *ad efclesey. The de prtmental ad bureau chiefs hemselved are to fx the salaries, do termine the promotions, etc., of the smpioyes. Merit and ef01cieey will rule in determining when an employe ihall make the Jump from the mini num to the maximum pay In his also 1i2e6ties. The Brown plab embraces the Lboities of the wartime $240 bonue ad the apportionment of the money evolved in the payment of much eded salary advances to certain ex erienced classes of Government Ioerks. $oW* B SUADM 9NAD'URuS It is freakly planed met to raise he salaries of the lower grades ef Pederal employee, Ineluding the young lerks and'stenographe, so much as he middle gftdes of sagerlenoed workers in exet0ve and aditistra tive positions, now drawing from M00 to 03,000 a year. The Senate Appropriations Com mittee expects to be able to report to reclassificatlon measure Inside of Kix weeks after the spesial sesin next month. It is expoeted that pass the smhet withest treat dificulty. but in the Mouse, where the Civil Servies Committee Ies charge of reclaseicsaties matters t ma emoosater many obstacles. It Is empeeted that the Earding Idministratieo wi11 support the ap sOratias eqmmittee bil and use all its ine to ebtain Ito speedy asuage. TAXONM rottage City Property Owners To Pre# Demand for Relief From Inoresass. Disesatisled with the result of a re et hearing before the County Com miseieners of Prince George's county, id., en the ineresoed na.eme=a. em eel estate, the Clttaens' Association ? Cottage City, Ed., Is going to ary the matter further. Priae. George's county elti sees are roused over the inflated valuations *Iaeed upon their real property. As essments in not a few instances hove een boosted as high as 160 per eat. Residents of the county aver they re paying an exerbitant tax rate Iready wlthout having their annual iases doubled or nearly seo John U. Betta, chairmaa of the peodal investigating committee of the Itissag amsenlatom ef Ottage City, sported that with the exception of Ise hearing, the county cemmison re have net reemedied matters to the atlsfadtlon of the oltisens interest A In the assessment of their prop. rty. Aceseing to Riehard Mansfield, resident of the asetation, It Is the itention of the ofganiation to get the root of this so-eled "tam 'ithout cause" on the property awa re of Cottage City. W. D. Gray was elected financial beretary of tihe assoctatIon. The fel twing chairmen of committees were resen: Membership and finance, 3. 3. Mor 5; public utilities, William Norris; :reets and lighting, R., E. Mender rn; fire, water and sewers, DeWitt somis: schools. A. V. 'Petersen: and eblielty and entertainment, A. Des At Lowest Prie ramwean wtta if__.Gi J Ge. ite Is in Die'iot are due to. be- gives the gate. Gin toters in the District already have the air. Only conditions under which you can transport a gun is to Join the polie force. Ain't fair to transport 4eor under any condivons. The blue laws are gradually whittlijag the land of the free and the home of the brave down to. a whisper. All the freedom you get nowa days you get beyond the three fail* limit. But this gun business Is bad. Either they ought to let every body carry a gun or amputate them completely from the menu. A na staggering home at night leaded with hootch has a swell chance against his wife loaded with indignation. So cut out the frearms and keep the battle to Webster's Unabridged. Hades has no fury like the wrath of a women's tongue. Then why take a man and fill him full of buckshot too? Constitution prohibits sale of eSau de Bourbon. All that will do isto make you convivial. Yet you can buy a gat without a prescription and it one of them won't kill you. then Bryan aia't a demevat. What the District wapts to dr is slap a stopper in the gun-selling - syphon. What's the use of spray Aa Spring Buds Jack Frost Deadly Sw Freezing temperature tonig Bureau, will probably play havoc soms and ma olias in bloom I experts at the Office of Public Bu The thermometer is expected to drop as low as 28. It it does. and much moisture comes with it, there absolutely will be no hope of sing he tender blossoms. There is every indication of a heavy and killing frost tOWSI." saM an expert of the Deartment of Agriclture today. "If a blaek frost cones. it will blight @VW# widely semeed blossom in this section of the ceuntry. "With the early arrival of spring. nearly every fruit-bearing and blee som-bearing tree in southern Mary laad, Virginia, and the District to in Iloom. The fruit crop w6uld be ruined if a frost came'at this late day. '"rbere are amany trees in East Po tomac Park on whieh the blossoms have not yet fully opened. Thee leLssoms may be saved. providing the frost is a dry One." MO YOUTHSH Victim's Brother and Friend De tained In Connection With $1,500 Gem Theft. Two daimond rings valued at $1,5 ad $15 in bills disappeared lahit night from the home of Mrs. A. 8. Rabbit. 113? W street northwest. Polioeman E. E. Ryan. of the Third precinct. later in the night, arrested Stephen J. Wood, twenty-one years aId. 131 First street northwest. on the charge of being intoxicated. When Wood was searehed, police allege, he was found to have two liamond rings in his possession which tally with the description of he jewelry taken from Mrs. Rabbit's home. He is being held for investi pties. Wood told the poese the ingo had een given to him by relatives. George W. Harris, who said be lives t 8135 Dunbauten avenue, a brother f Mrs. Rabbit, who dras in company with Wood most of yesterday, is be ng held at Jhe Seventh precinct for nestigation. 4 P0AL P*3T ~PAwiPth Amt Lne3.hpiC|a-''"" PAINE ITUbIOS - 923 F St.-N. W. W reeM e rs Suffer Isg 'the siddwalks up with live corpses every Saturday night? Let the caps carry the cap pistols and if you do that, @ they'll never need anything more volcanic. The war's over. - Disarmament is the proper darb. Make the world safe for DuPonts by slapping all the powder into youd uckwheat cakes and the dyn a mitt into the doughauts. I tinerant thugs desiring to loses along through this vale Of income taxes and spring millinery can sat iafy their cravings by joining the Russian army where gums are not classed as 'concealed weapons. But don't let encmie to the Dis trict of Columbia whore they can buy a pound of TNT and a lollypop in the same store. It would be an amateur thug in. deed who would go to the espeose of purchasing a revolver when gas pipe in short lengths in so cheap. The modern way to take a vic tim for his bankroll is mot to puno ture him up lihe a spongS, but to wham him gotly across the knob until be thinks he's a millionaire and starts tossing dollar bills to the winds. Then get a rake and if there's a few leaves in the haul, you can sort them out when you're classifying the tens and twenties. Guamen are cowards anyway. And why make the District secure for footpads? A man who wants to steal your wad or wife or whatnot, shouldn't use an autosatic; be should hire an attorney. r in Peril; Threatens ipe Tonight :ht, promised by. the Weather with the Japanese cherry blos n Potomac Park, according to ildings and Grounds. 1WE UN1 HUIWE RFOU Fa% Miacondaet is alleged in a suit for Sbqolute divorce filed today in the Diatrict Supreme Court by Harry W. Favre, against Anna F. Favre. Th husband names a eo-respondent and hvers tht "during his absence ib France. where he served with the American army, he learned that his wife had been unfaithful to him." - Favre, represented by Attorney Matthew O'Brien. asks for the cue 4ody of their child, and that the co respondent be required to pay the costs of the suit. The couple were married in this city, October 6, 1910. Falvey Wil Probated. The will of Michael J. Falvey, monument dealer, who was buried yesterday In Mt. Olivet Cemetery. was fled today for probate. The document, dated March 16. leaves his residuary estate in trust to the Na tional Bank of Washingtoa ad di rects the bank to pay his wodow the lioome for life. At Mrs. Falvey's death. the estate Is to be divided mong brothers and sisters. Fresh EGGS Just laid by pise hems. Ysu'i NOW for the kiddies to have s e g a.m offerung theua to yes at 15 maa ing to Uy rule-The Du*6-Gegem PURE~t LARD me ml L..rye eyer ba..ied. Ju.t MO Best-Cheapet! Per lb-. *....... Best Pork Chops, 22e Lb. r..h ..t. frp B.. 11W. pIs. Seome Real Su'augs V..i be...t, I.......16c Ve.l Chop., loin, l...2Se Ve.l catiet, 6. .... .. 45. COMPOUND 15 Markets Cony. Northeast Market. 13th *350. W. Uasem Market (meets esly) 13354 s.. Geeseown, f 4 C St .45 (.W. sense) emo 3shqmAve~ Aneela 545 dta n. m Asbe 6Ey t To =t 110011gg1rs and Gambling di aeod Mand p. ifed by Wah ag.e.e AIDSig in maay of the alg the Conduit reed. - This charge was made ye.nd by Jude Edward C. t at Nob. vilirub. givin lustife to do Mae grad jury. ______ =00UUS Am aS. -M Judge Peter also told the grand jry that "the Maryland highways ire lp. ing used by bootleggers. who we armed to the teeth and realy to kill. If necessary, those who intei-fet% with them." Judge Peter aiked the grand jury to Investigre these conditions and bring indictments, declaring thatj if the evidence should warrant it he would. impose penalties of sufficient severity to make it *lain to al that "no class of people can come 4ato Montgomery county and violate the law with impunity" ASKS TWOROIfE ROAM "The grand jury - should ake a thorough investigation of these oo ditions." said Judge Peter. "I roe?-' ise it may be hard to get sufficient ev$. dence to warrant indictments." Referring to the reported use of the Maryland highways for boot legging purposes. Judge Peter use vigorous langauge. "Preseouting their nefarious busi. ness." he said, "with the aid of highp powered automobiles. many of thes violators and defiers of the law nad the Constitution of the United States are armed to the teeth' and ready to kill any who interfere wit, them." Judge Peter declared, those s. gaged in this illegal business to bh a Menace to the State and he ex-' pressed the hope and belief that the recently appointed State .oonstabu-. lary would eventualf' develop into a' fores of much value in dealing with this type of law violators. JURORS DRAWN. Judge Peter selected Lee Offutt. of Rockville, for foreman of the grant jury and drew the other members at follows: William E. LArman. Jesse Wi Walker. Dorsey W. Nicheaon. 5'err K. Connell, Mahlom Kirk, r., Wilaut H. Downs. Paul Dyson. Wlisa .Mbh Thomas. Gideon D. Brte. Benjamit P. Shrove. Charles B. Pellman, John B. Crown, Charles Webster. Wilii I. Burdette, Emory L. Ricketts. Xdwar4 P. Riordan, Henry C. Kerr. Witilamu . Magaha, John Imirte. Thomas Y. Ca%. by, Ulbert G. Barrett and Joseph N. Ward. The petit jurors are: Lewiq W. Barnsley. Carson Ward. Justus M. Rosser, Robert J. Green. Harvey J. Harris. Charles C. Jamison, Howear W. Bosley, Franklin I. Marsden, Hugh P. O'Donnell, Richard F. dmates. Greabury 0. Griffth. James K. Bet ber, James 0. King, William J. Gaith ar, Alien B. Brown. William V. [Pawcett. Harry C. West. Riehari 1. Waters, William S. Corby, James .N. Anderson. Talmadge . Watkins, WU. 11am E. Gregg. William U. Bowman. and Jgmes W. McFarland. King of Spain Has Chill. MADRID, March 22.-King Alfonso as been suffering from a slight 1hil1 ,attended with fever. He mea been confined to his room. for Easter wont te dyatho ge-.lm day. S. IC ing t esaae wayo s w for 1tour Diuners ch..k Reskl... ...1s. 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