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12,016. w m l t TUESDAY, EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20. 1921. [O.'g WaN Street ?rces] THREE CENTS EVERYWHERE Today NO Exoitemnt Here. qk From Spiders, Vk Sensationalis Madaad has one man idle to *ava here. England's food cost bs" &m-" 2 per cent in thirty d44s, it has gonb up 4 per Ot In sixty days. There they are Q%@d about "the hard, dangerous Wintr" that is coming. Seven hbermayers insist on seeing 1gyd r -Geet, althiagh he is too Ill to dispeNs the problem with them. Ree we are not excited at all. Why abould we be, since railroads, haVing reduced wages, raised fares slit get another $500,000,000 from the Theasry. announce that their tdalderaie doing fairly well? If no hard tw ter thresens stoek holder, why worry? That sounds reassnable, perhaps, but someone. ought to tell the stockholders to %4 thee the- control that a hard W9tr might be hard enough even Uema1ry them. Dr., teinmets, genuine genius Of the General Electrie Compauy, hOpe to produce electrical light Sing that would need a current of fifty Million volts. Will Dr. Stein 9e1e please do this: Arrange to get lightning out of the air and *ack Into its mother earth with es so much noise and fright. All the fas is made by the electric -park topping from cloud to earth. as little sparks fly from ends of broken wire. It ought to be pos sible to bring that lightning down peaceably and store it up for use t the same time. Frenchmen in Madarascar are Weaving silk of spider webs. Ruge female spiders - males nO0st to little among spiders nearly three, inches long spin 300 to 400 yards of web every other ay and keep It up until worn t, then lay eggs and die. In the silk worm business you kill the yoeng to get the silk. With spiders- you could save them all. The spider silk is beautiful and stIong. It interests steel makers, for .the thread spun by a spider is stronger, in proportion to sise, than the finest steel cable. How does the spider every other day a ture within hersolf 300 Y f such material, and how does she make a perfect web, with no mother or other teacher to 0 show her? She has done it for usadofe t centusi. VIn the billions of Years ahead fhuman beinve, -ther may h0 wisest mea Sesesss now. The iev. Dr. MacArthur gave way to Dr. Straton in thle pulpit of Calvpry Protestat Church in New York. They kept Dr. Mae Arthur's name on the church cal endar as pester emeritus. He or ders It taken off, because Dr. Straton Is too sensational. Dr.. Straten preached violently Agalnte mie fighting, perhaps bearing in mind the text about turning the other cheek, which 1rise-fighters never do, if they can help It. What would Dr. MacArthur say if Dr. Straton took a heavy whip downtown and beat the brokers in, the stock exchange, driving them all-out? What are the proper limits of sensational ism in a clergyman that calls himself, as Dr. Straton does, .&,God's prophet?" pThe Oklahoma Agricultural Col lege, having borrowed a healthy, young boy baby for experiment, will try by extreme care to make of him a superior type. It's an Interesting, useful expri asent. Such work applied to fifteen hundred million human beings on earth would raise the average eonsiderably. But what counts can't he done with that baby now. It was done In the brins of his ancestors eentw g.Some sickly, neg lected 'ahil will do with his brain work that the Agricultural Collega baby probably will never do. Voltaire with his many fits m babyhood, ill all his life; Hope, sewed up In a canvas jacket each morning that he might sit up for his work; Caesar with fits; Na lenwt tadte iteh; ticly eesuptie;Poe tha tomenedhim .g.ne would be selected as the b g~ulua College baby, but dId work. . the~ ulura College can do won eawith pigs and cattle, lees with men-the brain Is hard to reach and slow to develop. It would take 10,000 years to breed African savages upto halfway accomplishmelnt. Tere fore wise nature Iota them die og-,dt's cheaper. N.o~~ e of an Irish settle eat.LadIt may not come at ~LMemawhile, fighting goes on In .ths berth of Ireland. Two aog others, are shot Sthe street. Ratred between north Ireland and soth Ireland Is the real das. .e And a similar situation is ~wabtween north and south Gerumn'. Tho monotony of In toraawar may he varied by wewars, Irish and Ger fWhat deyouu for your do lar as you spend It? A C.n mabatluee en Page 2. Column 4.) Klan. ** STILLMA REMO TRIBUNAL. IN No Y. AT DEADLOt Decision for Either Husband or Wife Apparently Impossible. Banker Seeks Peerage. NEW YORK, Sept. 20.-Final issae In the Internationally famous divorme case of James A. Stilhuan assinst Anne Urquhart Petter Still m in! *6qZI 10lq6lkewi of hfi gs 1to ' s es of Fred ow ebe Ibelt i tI Paris oeuf, Aspiss to Peerage. 3ames A. SSman aleady is In a Poition to claim lega residence in Paris and may later aspire to an Eng 11g. peerage, as was the case with Viscount Astor, It was predicted by friends of the banker. The reason the case is expected to find Its way Into the courts of Paris Is because the divorce issue may be dead locked In the courts of New York. It both Mr. and Mrs. Stillman are proven to have been Inconstant, neither can be awarded a divorce In New York. The only questlqn which will be settled here is that of the birth of baby Guy. It is predicted. T anticipate a court's decision is not ethical, but those who have fol lowed the case believe it possible that such a deadlock In the divorce matter will be reached. In such event either Mr. Stillman or Mrs. Stilman could bring suit in Paris. Deeree Unlilely Here. In case of a deadlock. Mrs. Stillman will remain the wife of Mr. Stillman, but he, under the New Yoi'k law, will be under no obligation to give even a penny to her support, because the law is -that a husband does not have to support a wife proven guilty of in fidelity. On this matter Referee Dan lel Gleason and Justice Morchauser will rule. The IFrench .jr, however, compels the husbd to support the wife un der such conditions and also cals upon him to support all of the chil dren, whether legitimate or illegii mate. It is pointed out that Mrs. Stillman stands to win more In her contentions under tUba French law than the New York law. Ioull French court grant the divorcue, It would be recognised In any country, even In a court whicha had previously passed adversely on the matter. Mr. Stillman maintains a home in Paris at all'tgnee and has' for many years. That he - will move to Paris was not denied by those authorised to talk for him today. Leeds Charge Net Dealed. At no time during the progress of the divorce case has Mr. Btillman denied the chargeq brought by his wife regarding his association with Mrs. Florence Lawlor Leeds, former Century Roof actress. Mrs. Leeds has never wanted for any of life's comforts and her baby boy. Jay Terecod a the crtshow that Mr. Stillman has made Uberal proivelon for Mrs. Stillman and all of his children born within the time he admits liing with her as a %us haud. H. ceased to live with her es a husband about eight years ago, ie has told his friends. Buit st no time ihe caeto pode trher or that he'gave her preseats even after the birth of baby Guy. Mr. Utillman, so the- as is known, iccatiuei en Page 8, Oama 6.) .1 Coming! I Doculmei Plotte N CASE VED TO( WAR] 6d,000 CILDREn t6day. 60,000 motor! mobiles. The RUSH HOU afternoon are dange - WALK DRIVE PREMIER SENDS Irish President Criticised for Latest Attftude by Lloyd George Supporters. ,Ar KAA9 C. 3nsVE8, In"sN 310 bsa LONDON. Sept. 20.-Lloyd - elied to Eamon do Valera= ot o nigt. twa officially an oucdthis attnon The announcement, which was given out at the premiersn office In Down ing street. gave no Indication of the contents. Do Valera, In his communication, had suggested a peace conference without preliminary conditions, and he suggested the drawing up of a treaty of accommnodation and association sa a 6asis Of peace. The Central News this afternoon quoted an unae bt prominent supporter of Llyd Gorget an saying: "De Valera's attitude In regarded as one of uncompromising hostility. if the conference were held on Do Vale re terms, the premier and the cabi. net might be regarded as guilty of a grave act as wel as disloyalty.,, By DANIE O'CONNELL, DuMba opamdAs. InteatIemaI Mm Smere. Dublin. Sept 20. A re optimistic feeling over the Irish peace situation Prevailed here today when the Sinn Fein cabinet met to convas the latest developments. Fears had toen prevalent that Eamon de Valera might break off the negntiatins, an Minn F.n lea tone adopted in the Irish nzote of Mon day evening. Most of the Binn Feinerm had no fault to find with Do Valera's decla ration that he sought no conditions 'that de "aerpt Ieand' case plin Senator Kellogg to Run AIgain. B. Kellogg. jr. United Stae Sea trfrom Minnesota, yestrdy form candidate for re-election next year. How "A No. 1," C.le. brated Hobo, W.o.eand Wed a Mekh Banker's Daughter. This will be one of the striking features in Oe lasktsa (sues Next Sunday Morning 0 Voice fron it Ever Publi d $7,O ** LIKELY 1 OURTS ( NING! are going to school ots are driving auto l in morning and ous periods for both. RIGHT! RIGHT! SEUNDOEROOD Following White House f fer once, Alabaman to -M Strictures on ConclIe . Opposition to Congress mak any move to force open sessions . the approaching conference on the $mi tion bf armement and Far Easks c questions was expressed today W Senator Oscar W. Underwood. of Ala bma, the Democratic minority leader of the Senate, following a conference ,he had with President Harding at the White House. At one of the American representa tives at the conference, Senator Un drwood said he would be "very glad personally. to see the -session, open. but that there were other nations to be oonsidrd in the matter." Not Up to President. Underwood expressed the opinion that it is not within the province of Congress to pane a resolution or to tks any other action to request or suggest to the President that he use his influence to have the sessions open. He intimated that he did not con rider the question of whether the ses sions are to be open or closed one that is properly the "business of Congress." 1 Underwood's declaration wan re rarded as unusually important In view of the fact that Senator Pat Harrison,. Democrat, of Mississippi, i planning to again press upon the Senate him res olution for open sessions which failed T ofu adpftion before the Congressiona recess.( Opponents Aetive. Senators Borah, Republican, of I Idaho and Johnson, Republican, of 1 California are also preparing to re ne tir fuicht for open sessions and In view of Underwood's statement It is believed that Harrison may with hold his resolution, 'especially as Sen. Deocai member of teSenat for sign relations committee, and other Democratic leaders of the Senate have wiln o tco-operat with President Hadn ihepng to make the con NEWFoUNDLA~ID PREMIER 90081-RsADINo WITH U.S. Prime Minister Richard Squire, of Newfoundland, called on President tad reltio ewen the United C States and Newfoundland. K it wshis beie that~ h Unie t Sttes and Newfoundland could ben. fit br better trade relations and maid tt he hdaleto express this be aDead Em shed .to Be I 00,00 0 BE )F PARIS MILLIONS SOUGHT By AER 0KLUX Vright Tolls Now Klan H4oped To Organize "Knights of the Air." Still another multi-million dMbr cure of profit to 'nvlsible Empire ofteKuK4 Ilan ... delved '.o tday Ay, C s4erV" Wrhkt,he - i Pan, ii the Asr, with a poseli Cr t and his associates If at least $7,000,000 a year. Major Wr ht was appointed chiel f staff of he Knights of the Air, ind under instruction from Clarke oegan the work of organisation in MPhiladelphia. What he acetimplish d is told In today's article. Major Wright, quoting from his tter df resignation September 1, ells of the relationship of Clark ind Mrs. Elisabeth Tyler, the latter -hief of staff of the Daughters of the ru Klux Klan. He says the two "ere arrested at night when found in tight clothes in Mrs. Tyler's home, nd convicted of disorderly conduct. Ve adds that the conduct of Clarke ind Mrs. Tyler was common talk in ItIonta. Major Wright continues to re eive threatening letters from Klans ien. One received yesterday chat enged him to a duel, his challenger eserving the right to nine a 14-gauged hot qn at 180 yards. The chalenge ailed to disclose his identity. Police Commissioner Enright, of Vew York city, has presented to Vfajor Wright a permit to carry a Pistol. Major Wright is an expert in he use of small arms. By C. ANDERSON WRIGHT. ermW OrwAi Goblio. IlKh~m oel. 111. -iibe Umire. K, Mus KI.. &ad Chiet of Ftmfi. Imtavbla Plabmt, Kn~ghto of the Air. (Copyright. 1921). The most ambitious single inde. endent enterprise of the Ku Klux [lan, sponsored by Edward Young Ilarke, Imperial Kieagie, Imperial [laliff and Chief of Staf' of the nvisible Empire and to be organ ied and carried into effect under my name, was to be an aeronauti al fraternal order to be known as he Invisible Planet, Knights of he Air. StL In Full Blast. I have no reason to believe Clarke as abandoned this scheme because of romwithdrawal. The Imperial Ar. tirteenth florf the Hurt biding rom that city. shal assume, thr re, that Clarke intends to go brough with it. though I doubt it, m view of what I am about to say, a will have much success with my Ibeliv much an organia tn is eeded to promote American arn auties, but it must he established and perted ona patriotic, not a money Clarke's idea of the organization of ensive protft proucing lan desgne s line his pockets with additional ililions, While leaving the small pick (Oattnued on Page 3, Columa 4.) pre, the M< Announced i SLoot Above-Miss Betty Campbell, Arbuckle's party and who says she Sherman, stage star and film actor. At left, below-Fred Fishback, m present at the wild rum party. At right, below-Lowell -Shorms revelations regardingVJis unwelcome but turned up todgy in Chicago. GEN. fITCHELL OPPOSED AS ARMY AIR CHIEFTAIN It was learned today that Brig. Gen. William Mitchell, assistant chief of air service, sent in his resignation to Secretary of War Weekk several days ago, but later requested that it be withdrawn. Friends of Mitchell are urging his appointment as chief to succeed Major General Menoher on the ground that a* flying officer should head the service, but there is con siderable opposition to his appoint ment. (2ol. Mason 9.. Patrick, Engineers, Who sei'ved as chief of air service in the A. E. b., is prominmently men tioned for the pout, ag is Brig. Gen. W. D. Connor, general staff, who recently completed an investigation of the Panama Canal Zone. JURY LOCKED AT TRIAL OF WEST VIRGINIA MINERS WILLIAMSON, W. Va., Sept. 20. Indications point to a hung jury in the seoond "trigger trial." of miner leaders growing out of the Mstewan hostilities. At 10 o'clock this morn ing the jury stood six to six and announced there was no prospect of a change of attitude. Judge Bailey ordered the jury locked up for fusther deliberations. FIRE RAZES HALF BLOCK IN ASBURY PARK, N. J. ABBURY PARK. N. J., Sept. 20. Firs starting from an unknown cause in an automobile repair shopaurned approximately half a block of small buildings here early today. The entire city fire department was called out. Dam'age from the fire amounted to $135,000. ist Amazingl in Next Sund IAU - They AM Attede TattyYs Party Three Important Wit -ness In the Case. show girl, who,- attended "Fatty" was *nnoye there herself by Lowell Dtion picture director, who also was n, who, following Miss Campbell's advances, mystieriously disappeared, E1LCTHlIC TRAIN K(IttS MN WO TO CHURCH B. &a. m . t Hunt . vi, Mdn hod formrl whtended Foaty"ar was anoe herdeherelfrooky welltuc byi aitr Waito, whtior aso wAn ne who, bforocing ifte nhamndl a dvatreetnorheas, dihearedca afome rae D,Stru ~ckmn by at tend A Lervice d at Hoaus- hrh Jed hraces toaaitthe y:1ers aor ashreninooyn was stru~kb nahei limited h train ate Hptlce hmordttri after p honinlg for hoiea ad bfrsh'feet raedt Hths orty.hewast weren he tai aaied her. Grace laef tfr ome orfA.nd whnta ayorn.man, disr hapokeda tor a tndmbervic es a gArdener frch ave arl brevafast.es he rolyn edu othrs ato hwit thfe d:15 taind l r astingtday he a at bytvil tohie wirthe rin afster Mrs. A. B Hthsi. He asead hon the nuer d arer Jack Grcen fore Hu Heisuiedyonoteis ay' s Washinj UD ARBU CLE CHUM AND WITNESS IS IN CHICAGO Prosecutor Investigates Plot to Discredit Testimony of Girl At Fatal Party. (Wopyright. 1921. by 1. N. X.) (Copyright. 1:21. by Chicago Evening American.) By iaternational News Service. CHICAGO. Sept. 20. - Lowell Sherman, actor, sought by authori ties of San Francisco an a witness In the case of Roscoe ("Fatty") Ar buckle, charged with the murder of Virginia Rappe, arrived In Chicago today. He entered a denial to reports that he was a fugitive from justice and that a second man was In the room where Miss Rappe met death. "No one but Arbuckle knows whet' happened to Virginia in that inner room," Sherman. said. "That's all bunk about another man beinL in that chamber. "I'm not a fugitive from- justice. I was allowed to come East after giving voluminous depositions. "Ainether point I want to make clear is that Aifeelie. who is nay friend, never eartied Mb.s Rappe 4nto hiiboudoir while he was clodsed only hk his wpainas. .Thaeta $.nop-. rot." ELLI7iA. MARTIN. latermnationl News Service SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20. When the county grand jury ad jouried early today after a five hour session, District Attorney Brady announced important progre. had been made toward 'establishing that a "frame up" had existed to impeach the testimony of Miss Zah Prevost, one of the State's star wit nesses in the case of Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, charged with the murd,2r of Virginia Rappe, film actress. No Evidence of Bribery. Whether indictments will be askud will be decided at' the next meeting of the grand jury a week hence. It was said so far no evidence was adduedg regarding money having been passed or offered. Dr. Gabor Kingstone, Reginabi Morely and Miss Joyce Clark were th.. three witnesses examined on this phase ofethe case. - The grand jury also opened an in quiry into the alleged efforts at con cealment of an autopsy performe on the body of Miss Rappe in the sani torlum where she died without perni, from the coroner's office. Dr. M. 11 Rumwell, on whose authority this au topsy was held, was before the grand jury for a lengthy period. Missing Witness Found. District Attorney Brady receivel word today that Mrs. May Parsons, t ininor witness in the case. who disalp peared shortly after the initial inves tigation, has been located by dete tives in Texas. lie has not decided whether or not her return will b - sought. Lowell Iherman, actor friend of=Arbuckle, and companion at the. hotel party, has not been located. Dr. Arthur Bleardalee, who was to have testified before the grand jury last night, failed to arrive. District Attorney Brady will question him upon his return from his hunting trip. which has prevented his evidence be ing available until now. Both the State and the defense are anxious to learn Dr. Beardslee'~ diagnosis of Miss Rappe's case and e nature of the medical tatatment .given. Tampering With Witnesses, rliscussing the gland jury investi gation, Brady made the following statement today: "Morely was tor-ced to admit lee tore the grand jury that he and th C'lark woman had discussed the sub ject of making money through her fttng as a witness for thee defensie. "It also developed that before com ing to the jury, Morely and King stone had visited MiltoVp Cohen,. one / of At-buckle's attot'neys. and ase him what they should testify hetore the grand jury. They said he told them t1 tell the whole truth. "After questioning. the Clark woman admitted tite subject of mak ing money in the Arbuckle case was tdiscussed several times before More ly, Kingstone, and Mrs. Morely. She tOriCal ton Times!