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11~I 13,000. "aw'. ~ ta=ma WASINGTlON, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, .192. WAT-R~.e RC E ET Em m4 I mVIC T IM FCES SSPECT CHARGED WITH ASSAUTING HER Miss Hawken Not Sure As to Identity of Latest Prisoney. NIS STORIES IN CONFLICT One Suspect Released on SIttement He Was Not the Man. 'an not sure if he is the man bbo attacked me. It all happened to quickly, and I got only a fleet he view of his face." Propped up in her bed yesterday afternoon, Miss Agnes H. Hawken, Governnwact Printing Office work wr, who was criminally assaulted 'bursday nigt at her home, Jack on Station, Va.m, nad this state *Whe she wee sefraostd by ibsIe,, mre a suspect. sin I"sai t 3ite s' itawlen'a hesitancy It s.ing reppomltaty for the Is31s on the negio's shoulders, Fair hx Cousty officials said they will gold Lewis, as stories he told of his scttons Thursday night conflict With evidence the police are said to possess. Herbert . koung negro, who was also t before Miss Haw en, w ively elimipated as a pon the youtgwoman's Irat nt that he was not the man attacked her, he was released. - Conductor Dawson, with whom Lewis bad a previous altercation, in which Dawson was s12.d on the grs, is to be called beft Assistant Dommonwealth Attorney Farr in an itfort to clear up the conflicting ktorles as to Lewis' arrival at Jack. Ion Station. Siebs to Original Story. Lewis inusts he left Washington kem the Thirty-sixth ahdl M streets mr barn at ' o'clock Thursday bight. Jeff Carter, colored, a Ia hrer employel bry the District (Pater Depan~itfit, who lives at Iitaffer Station. about a city block fearer thebity than Jackson Station, leclares ewis was aboard the car rhich 1l the Washington terminal It 5 selock. Thursday afternoon. Coliductor Dawson has' said that Lewis was aboard the car which btt Georgetown at 4 o'clock, and (sat he got off at Jaskson Station *t d:iT o'clock. Attorney I~rr cros-xained 'Your story and what we have baend out don't jlbe." Attorney 'arr told Lewis. "I'm sorry it don't. but that's the bruth," retorted Lewis. ~w seat Din-y. ~' to Lewis' stgry he is 4 at Wise Bros.' dairy, at street, ad on the day of the orked until 6:45, estching the ear at Thirty-sixtha and M his home. in Virginia. &t the dairy, however. -t how any rceed of Lewis't ment there.t ewsworked for us. it wans r ne other name," Mr. Wise majority of their laborers, t finished about 3 e'clock In I ha. afternoen.' The town of MfcLe~n Is aroused I e r the assault, which is declaredc pbe "one of the most brua in th I ilstory of Fairfax County." It has only rival in the famous Eva Roy at Fairfax. Va., Several years Eva. fifteen-year-old daughter 4d4 then baen to deth. Th '1 tor of the crime has never y .pprehended. tas of lynching have been '4 ,jst de around McLean. Mps wtaken, who is being cae Waseted to be im it i probleshe will be ii to a hospital in a day or i Go di NOW A CITIZEN PRINCESS TCHERNITSCHEW, Who before her marriage was I Miss Josephine Sehilek, of Louis- a vibe. Ky.. has became a citisen of this country agsin. She lost her citisenship whom es married the' prince, ,'% was biter slan by the Bsishevikl.' At the out break of the Rossian reveatils she fled to HeInad sad hed, best her way en a sht 'ie Confesses to Sheriff He Is Wanted in Kansas and Iowa for Robberies. BY lateransed News sentes. 1 CAMDEN, N. J.. March 2. George Weisgerber, Ilas George Clark, arrested last Sunday night At Pitman, was today eha.rged with the murder of five policemdn and , farmer in Iowa and Kansax. I lie has confessed at the Weld- c bury Jail to Slgriff Selah Clark, of t ioucester county, that he is want lif In those States for bank and p (rain robberies. He denies implica- r ion in the murders. F Sheriff West. of Clarks county Iowa. appeared at the office of Gov- c rnor Edwards, at Trenton, with c equisition papers for the extradi- f, Ion of Weinagerber. r Kansas City police also nave a a letainer against Weisgerber for the t nurder of a policeman following it tis escape with three other men rm the Kansas State Penitentiary. J Sheriff West told Governor Ed yards today that two of Welger. er's pals, Frank Foster and Wil- a lan Fentleman, are serving life 11 erms for complicity in the mur.-t le. t "IEddle" Adams, another accom-a flice, was sent to the ei99tric chair. ta Sheriff West says Weiegv'rber ras a member of a gang robbing >anks, trains and farmers in Iowa. tl l'hey escaped from the penitentiary tl n Iowa. killing four policemen who fl ried to capture them. They made f' heir edcape on October 19, 1921. 0 l'urkish -Nationalists ' Amenable to Armistice ROME, March 26.-The Turkish a ationaist government at Angora , oday announced that the armistice ti erms proposed by the allied foreign j, rninisters' meeting in l'arms will be ir ooepted If the Greek. withdraw t heir lines, says a dispatch received d ere from Constantinople.* It is believed that this will pave h he way for an amicable settlement f the present difficulties between he Turk. and the Greeks. 'istol Battle Follows Attemnpt to Rob Church PHIILADEULPHIA, March 25. hree men were wounded in a re-g olver battle between police, pot b ffice employes and a group of ban itt, who were discovered attempting d a rob St. Francis do Sales Catholic P hurch here 'eurly today. cil One of the wounded, a member of iy gang of ro~bbers, was captured and i Sepected to die. He gave his name lo s John Barvdo, of Detrot. .. CA nan, JAP ARMY GREW INSIBERIAEVEN DURING PARLEY Russian Army, Munitioned by Tokyo, Kept Up Aggressions Despite "Proteptations." HUGHES WAS HOODWINKED Miss Anderson Reveals How Nipponese Fooled Conference on Far East Policy. By JANE ANDERSON. ieted war eeresemet at the Frameh ret and for several rears a alaing wraatet is La.on. whe has a- e einlve haolede et bteeralnoa peales ad a wide aseslabam.e as.e.s the per sMauties geiding theba.* She I. Aeri es-bera. Th is the second article by Miss inderan revealing hitherto nudi. losed phases of the Washington irase conferene. In the first or iloe she traced the origi. of this %oar-Poeer 1Mstti i te nA es Of Wcitik divisaaep. ahing te-W.s$ dIse.., . wreu er. deasel n the proceus f civil warfare, private property as destroyed or enfiscated. neu ral territory was occupied by rapanese treeps, and a Russian Irmy, munitioned and financed by span, waged unceasing battle. gainst the civil population of a iew democracy created by the will of the people and termed by hem the Far Eastern Republic. Messages Exchanged. The source of this warfare is the apanese determination to dominate Cast Siberia. The representatives f the great nations assembled at he Washington conference were owerless before this Japanese pur oe to control and to exploit these Ich islands whieh are the lawful oduessions of another people. A series of code messages ex hanged between Tokyo and the ommander-in-chief of Japanese rces in Siberia, indicates the iethod and the purpose of the Jap nese occupation. These messages rere dispatched while the Wash igton conference was in session. It must be remembered that apan has announced that the pres ace of Japanese troops in Siberia in the nature of a pacific measure, nd that Japan will not profit by sternal difficulties. There appears , be a pronounced discrepancy be sreen Japanese official statements nd the cables fromi the war minis y at Tokyo. Quick Action Taken. At the Washington conference ie Siberian question was placed as is third irrlportant item of the of cial agenda. Notwithstanding this iet it was disposed of in the space 'twenty-four hours. The political osition of Japan was re-affirmed in statement made by the Japanese maadonr. This statement was recognized nd accepted by Chairman Hughes, ho declared that he regretted con nued Japanese occupation. The hpanese ambassador declined to idicate the date and the hour when ie Japanese troops would be with rawn. But within one week after less diplomatic pronouncements ad been exchanged across the con irence table at Washington eight Continued on Page 1, Column 4.) itraw Hat is Sported In Gallery of Senate Spring rode racily into the Senate illeries yesterday in the form of a ue-banded straw hat. It was the first of the season, and ebate on the supplemental four >wer treaty ran a poor econd as a inter of interest. While apparent. of last year's vintage, the straw, wvertheless, held the spotli ht as ~ts rr remained a tb. F.RON narch SHESA pr- eba . ., wei, ja discovered Uoclety l so-called good fellowship a iahing in schools and Beye MOTHER IS BAFFED BY HEIR'S ABSENCE Million-Dollar Youth Clings to Bowery Despite Fastidious Tastes. By tatrimail News neryfee. NEW YORK. March 26.-Mrs. Gra ham Duffield, of Chicago, mother of Gordon Duffield, heir to more than a million dollar estate, left him by his grandfather, the late General Dut field, of Detroit, who arrived In New York Monday in search of her son, aid today she was making her last appeal to her son to return to her. "If Gordon will only come to the hotel and meet his mother, she will not only be too heppy to meet him, but all Imaginary grievances will be forgiven," she maid. Mr.. Duffield said that Gordon tele phoned her last night abou3t 9 s'clock, making hi. third telephone sall ince her arrival in New York. Ihe maid they had a long talk in wthich she begged add implored him to come to her at the hotel and that ne maid he would be there in half an 2our. For some reason she cannot anderstand, she said, he failed to ceep him promise. Mrs. Duffield maid that she was inable to explain why her son stays iway from home, she maid he has al ways been fastidious about his dress and eatIng and cannot explain his iking for the Blowery. That the strain is beginning to tell mn Mrs. Duffleld was evident today when she said that If she failed to ear from her son today she would save for her home in Chicago tomor -ow. An investigation by the police ilsclosed that the call Mrs. Duf field eceived last night from her son was nade from a public telephone booth n a drug store at No. 112 First 1,venue. Cost of Living Regulates Civic Salaries in Sweden STOCKHOLM, March 36.-The sal irlee of state end city employee in Iweden are regulated by the rise or leedine in living costs. Those calculaions are prepared by wea vrment sectal bard, ist la "SHIFTER" ~se be ques of-the 9% or. lapper Ku-Klux, rg.niEation, which is f . in offices. [OH MAN, SHIFTES 6IE AWAY KISSES New Fraternity Invades Office Buildings and Schools in New York. NEW YORK, March 25.-Th. So. elety of Shifters developed today un suspected possibilities as a mechan ism for flirtation. "Shifter meets shifter with At smile," is one of the new mottoes roadcaatei through the city by the enterprisint heads of the New York city "organizaticn." In the street cars and elevators it was easy to fin-1 giggling school girls and office boys wearing the paper clip which was the original insignia of membership, or the new s-4ent enamel pin, which qhows, appropriately, a bras. hand outstretched1 to receive a present. Thb- curb. downtown blossomed with small boy. ielling these "official in aignia" to the home-going crowd. at night. The "SecrEt Society of Shifter." r started as a hi1gh school and college k~ tad, enabling the initiated to "sting" the'r friends for a present, which the i new victim. in turn try to recove trom other new members. "You get b out of it more than you put in," is t one' of the mottoes of the "frater- I nity." Each person initiated is en- t titled to initiate five new members, f and so the Joke upread until it had reached p-actically every public school and office building in the city,. It was whien it penetrated into the t 'older sets, however, that it. possibill- g tie. as a flirtation agency were real.. f '3ed.h The Shifter. are said to be par- 5 ticularly active in drug stores, where the phrase "four-flusher" hi has been coined as a pasuword to o chocolate aundas and froited mar- 0 saparillas. Any young man caught p in a drug store with 4 Daper clip p in his lapel is fair game, accordling to the Shifter code. hi .Warnings have been placed on the bulletin boarda of the Wash- ' ington Irving and Stuyesnt -high t schools advising the pupils that "shifting" is only a silly bunco U 3AL s Rus SEAPLNE PILOT RESCUED, TELLS GRIPPINGSTORY Death of Five Passengers Re counted by Driver of III fated Aero. TWO JUMP OVERBOARD Two Others Died in His Arms From Exposure and Exhaustion. By teemtlsl News series. MIAMI, Fla., March 2.-The graphic story of a tattle with death on the tossing Atlantic, with only the flimsy pontoons of a hydro aeroplane between them and the - water--a losing battle-was told here today on the arrival of the submarine chaser 154, which met the tank steamship William Greene off this port this morning and brought to shore the half-dea&erse - of Robert Moore, pilot of the ill fated Miss Miami. beat 0pi eoiat fr ao 'W Iid -eors after being forced to de end on account of a broken pro peUer, sad how the flue passengers scame exhausted through exposure md panic, two jumping into the * hater to and their misery, and the t story of bow two women died In tl ,i arms, was related by the pilot. The story was not gleaned from a doore when he reched here. He tv ar in such serious condition that g me was taken to a hospital for treat- c nent. The story of the fight for to ife was relayed to Miami through b nembers of the crew of the tank n teamship, which picked up Moore rom the wreck of his plane last il tight. tr Propeller Blade Broken. a The submarine chaser. in com- o nand of Captain Jones, reached ti ami at 10 a. m., and the pilot. hen delirious, was taken to River 'lw Hospital. E. T. Belichambers, bead of the n ompany which operated the Miss ftami with other boats, was unable h 0 see Moore. ti The fLate of Moore's five passengers rO -Mr. and Mrs. August Bulte and Mr. h nd Mrs. Lawrence L. Smith. of Kan- ti as City, and Mrs. J. S. Dickson, of femphis. was told by the captain e: nd membcrs of the crew of the 5' anker. It was related to them inco- re erently by Moore after he wan pr cked up. th The Missa Miami broke a propell.u tI lade soon after leaving Miami early b4 Vednesday, Moore told them, and~ ra forced dowz-.- It rode the waves t afely, howeve rn. and drffted north- ti rard In the Gulf Stream. No trouble, le e said, de-veloped until Thursdhy if ir ning, when something struck the tc eel of the boat and it began to leak. 8' en and women took turns then ball ig water. Thursday night one of the woment' ecame crazed and jumped over- al oard. Her name was not given by D oore. Shortly afterward one of *a me men, presumably her husband, yllowed her. r Women Decomse Faint. d This fate of the ,pnan and woman a memod to depress the remaining pro women of the party. They radually became weaker and finally ti inted away. For seven and a half t ours. Moore told his rescuers, he r apported them as' best he could. th In the meantime another man ad slipped off the plane. This left rily August Bulte, vice president the Larabee Flour Mills Cor oration, and -Moore, who used the ump frantically. Yesterday both men were so ex austed they were no longer able to Ri me the pump, and the boat, ar samped by a huge wave, oer's chi arned. g Bulte and Moore scrambled back re p the side et the overturned mEft Llantnuied on Page s. Columa 6J ye sianR FLAYS SOVIETISM EMMA GOLDMAN. Noted anarehist, whe demonees Beishevia aftar seeing it in eparaties. ECRAS MACK I1EWTAS INLID Niridisn Tretrion. a AnnanMt Oharmnce. Dy J. BART CANMPRELL, IseaumNi News snmes. A flank attack by its Democr ponents reopesed the bat ie four-power Pacific t y s Senate yesterday. Senators Hitchcock of Nebrks, md Pittman of Nevada contende fat ratification of the pact by the mate on Friday was invalid be muae the Senate had not acted upon se two reservations attached to it r its signatories during the arma ent conference. Hitchcock and Pittman argued that me reservations were part of the 'eaty. Senators Lodge, the Republi an leader, insisted that they were fly "interpretations" expressive of te views of the signatories. Sharp Verbal Tilts Sharp verbal tilts ensued between itchcock and Lodge which provoked erriment in the thronged galleries. Hitchcock reminded Lodge th't he id directed the Senate's attention to ie two reservations just before btification was voted on and that had been ruled out of order by e Vice President. Senator Walsh '(Dem.) of Montand ,pressed the opinion that if the le ility of the ratification with the servations was referred to the Su. 'eme Court of the United States at Hitchcock's canviction that coy were part of the treaty would upheld. This wasn construed as a plain in rnation from the treaty's opponents at they were planning to test the pality of ratification in the courts the Administration forces refused permit it to be reopened In the nate. "Part 01 Treaty." Senator Robinson declared that 0 reservations were "unquestion ly a part of the treaty," and oithe1' ,mocratic Senatorm joined him In presing the earn. view. Senator Lodge contended that the mervations were "merely part of a claration" by the treaty's signa ries which could not be construed an integral part of the treaty. "I should judge from the 'deciara in' being sged by the representa ree of the fr powers that It was cir interpretation of the treaty pecting the questions involved In e remervations," said Senator andegee (Rep.) of Connecticut. lerican General Is Freed of Murder Cloud igEX1CO CITT, March 25.-Be-. use of a lack of proof, Brig. Glen. afel Pgm~nta, of the federal iny, today Vas acquitted of the ( irge' ef killing Vice PreuMent I ares on February 32, 1313, and I eased from prison. Patienta had been in jail for a v 1 ICT egim e LtSHEVISMKIS DESPOTISM, HER. LIFE IN RUS A HASREVEALER Still Anarchistic, Woman De ported to Red Republic, CaRs It "Worst Government." REAL REVOLT STRANCLF All Revolution is Doo Trotzky's Soldiers Military r Emma Goldw Rwaaia in Dec Tited States ) After two ye ad diseste' ed Sweden, vie n ' ennie Bet sial1 in toti have that I tion, a* the neces. paper even i about an Ame room, tokhicha erected b shrine. La I had i become a regula school teacher, doing penAs , my sIns against the Arnerican . Government. Sheer Nonsense. All that is. of course, sheer non sense. I was never more convinced ,f the truth of my ideas, never in my life had greater proof of the logic nd justice of anarchism. But I did rot give interviews to any one for he very simple reason that it took ne more than a year to get my bear ngs in the tragic situation of Russia. considered then, and stl conqider, .hat the Russian probem I. entirey too complex to speak lightly of it. t'hat is precisely why I find most of he books written by people who had seen in Russia a few weeks or .ven nonths, so superficial. So long as I myself was grouping in he dark I would not express a defin to opinion for publication, but even f I could have spoken authoritative. y, I stilt would not have spoken to iewspaper men. I found it necessary o observe silence so long as' the omrbined imperialist forces were at he throat of Russia. Morver. hlrty years' experience with news a~per men has not convinced the or heir veracity, though, of ourse. here may be enceptions. Now, however, the time for dene s passed. I therefore mesa to tall sy story. I am not unmindful ef the ifficules confronting me. I knew ,shall be misappropriated by the sactionaries, the enemies of the tussipn revelutlon, s well as eom unlcated by its so-eaRed friends, who ersiet in confusing the - gverniing arty of Russia with the revoliutses. t is, therefore, necessarp that I state miy position clearly toward both. A Verita~e Infierne, Frour years ago the United Stte lovernment made a ftee of ste. bbed me of house and hsaurb sad e the dead of night ifeteed me..Eg. he country. All that beqaas 5. sise my voe against the ,et~sr had then atned attataem en the