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DUKE PLEADS FOR
ORDER IN IRELAND
Delay Capitalized in U. S.,
Northumberland Says.
LONDON, Jane 16.—“Tbc longer the
Irish rebellion remains unsubdued the
more will American political parties
make capital out of it.
“American interference is a real dan
ger.”
This declaration was made today by
the Duke of Northumberland, one of the
biggest owners of coal-bearing land in
Great Britain, an ardent imperialist and
a keen student of British politics.
His views may be regarded as repre
sentative of those of the British nobility.
He continued:
“The complete loss of Ireland in this
crisis can be prevented only by some
1,000.090 loyalists of the north (Ulster
province) and we seem to be doing our
best to estrange them.
“The north of Ireland may very shortly
become dur sole base for milltairy opera
tions.
"The strategic position of Erleand in
TOgrrd to Great Britain is precisely the
name as the strategic position of Great
Britain in regard to northern Europe.
“Owing to the geographical position of
these islands, lying as they do, across
the_ routes which lead to the Atlantic
from northern France, Holland. Ger
many, Scandinavia and northern. Fussia.
th° commerce of these countries is at
r mercy.
“l'uat is why we have had to tight In
the past, Holland, France and Germany
for supremacy of the seas.
"It is that geographical position which
is responsible for the formation of onr
empire, for our immense influence on'
the history of the world, and the fact
that our intervention in a European war
has always proved decisive.
“Every disadvantage which northern
Europe suffers from the geographical
position of these islands. Great Britain
would suffer from the position of Ireland
were it in other hands than our own.
“It lies across all ottr means of ngress
Into the Atlantic.
“I think it would be advisable to drop
the present home rule bill and restore
order In Ireland at once.”
Londonderry, Ireland, was in the grip
of a reign of terror all night, said a dis
patch to the Evening News today.
Firing was continuous in the streets
from midnight until 2 a. m.
The trouble began when ex-soldiers
ambushed a nationalist excursion party.
ContinuedflQfrom Page 1
ganda during the ■war. Elwell, too,
■was a Gorman tpy hunter.
The police say that within the twelve
month another man, similar in type and
habits to Rueckert and Elwell, was
slain under similar circumstances.
They can't decide whether vengeance
for anti-German activity or jealousy was
the motive in any of the crimes. Neither
was prompted by robbery.
Another theory is that a “reformer*
who did not approve of iJlwell's or
Eoeckert's amours killed them.
The belief is that the murderer met
Elwell In the darkened house when the
gambler entered, probably su hour or
ao before daylight.
As Elwell flashed on the light, the
theory Is, he was confronted by a ntan
he know well and feared.
Together, it is believed, they mounted
the stairs to the gambler's bedroom,
where they discussed the affair that
brought the visitor to the house.
While the discussion was under way.
the police believe, the postman reached
the house and Elwell descended the
stairs, got his mail, and was in the
reception ball reading a letter when tho
visitor, without warning, shot him.
ANOTHER CLEW AT
XEXINGTON. KV.
’Efforts to locate the slayer of Elwell
•Iso extended to Lexington. Ky.
Detectives left here last night under
orders of District Attorney Edward
Swann to investigate a promising clew.
Swan today declared that Elwell’s
slayer was "the father or brother of
a girl, member of a prominent family
in Lexington, who was seduced by El
well.”
Thp girl's first name was Anna,
Swann Raid.
The latest rfew was obtained from
William Barnes, secretary and valet to
Elwell.
Barnes, according to the district at
torney, told how Elwell often enter
tained women In his home.
A bedroom on the third floor was
fitted up with toilet waters and lip
sticks and rouge, eye brow pencils aud
other articles for use of women. He
was on terms of intimacy, the butler
said, with at least fifty, girls and
women.
SAYS ELWELL
DIDN'T KILL SELF
ST. LOTTS. .Tune IC—“Mr. Elwell
didn't kill himself.”
This was the voluntary assertion of
Mrs. Julius S. (Clara Belle* Walsh, beau
tiful wife of a 'prominent and wealthy
Ft. Louis business man. and admit
tedly a friend of Joseph Bowne Elwell,
turfman, whist expert and society man,
found mysteriously shot to death In his
New York apartments last Friday.
Without waiting to be questioned Mrs.
Walsh stated that she knew Elwell, but
had heard nothing of bis death other
than whnt she had read in the newspa
pers.
/‘He was not the kind of a man who
would kill himself,” she said. “He was
the sort of a man who would be afraid
of no one.”
Mrs. Walsh denied she was the myste
rious “Clara.” whose note stating she was
staying at the Hotel Biltmore was found
In Klwell's apartments.
“Besides. I was in St. Louis the day
the note was written—last Thursday, the
day before he was found dead.
“I read In the papers that a woman's
garment had been found in Mr. Elwell's
room, and that the police knew to whom
it belonged. Why don't they get that
woman. Instead of talking about it?”
Mrs. Walsh stated that she and her
husband came back to St. Louis lost Sun
day a week ago after a visit to New
York.
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MBS. ELEANOR GRIFFIN.
Asa principal in “The Cuckoo's Nest,”
a clever farce presented by the Butler
seniors in their class day exercises to
day. Mrs. Eleanor Griffin scored a de
cided “hit.”
Other members of the cast were Miss
Mary Wilson, Miss Mary Mercer, Miss
Marian Mcßroom. Kenneth Frye, Her
man Sheetz and Fred Miller.
The program opened this morning at
10 in the chapel of the college, with a
vocal solo by Hope Bedford.
Miss Naomi Baker and Miss May belle
Wright were the biographers of the
class history which was read by Miss
’3aker.
A onc-act playlet, “By Ourselves." was
given by a group of seniors, including
Miss Lois Blount. Miss Margaret Rose.
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Donald McGavran, Rachel Bass and
George Schmidt.
A group of voice numbers were
by Mrs. Griffin.
Miss Hope Bedford read the cIaSR
poem, which was composed by herself.
A humorous feature of the morning
was the class prophecy written by Miss
Salltha Gerbach and Miss Monda
Hunter.
Donald McGavran, president of the
senior class, gave the “bequest speech.”
Asa gift from the graduating class,
he presented the college with a clock.
A number of frivolous senior class
articles, offices, and advices were be
queathed to the Juniors of this year who
will glow into the seniors of 1921.
This afternoon a spectacular baseball
game was played by the senior and fac
ulty teams.,
Harris Perkins captained the senior
lineup.
Tonight in the college chapel the re
union of Butler alumni will be held,
preceded by various class luncheons on
the campus.
U. S. Missionary Is
Murdered in China
HANKOW, China, June 16.—W. A.
Reimert. American missionary of the
Reformed sliurch at Yo Chow Hunan
province, was shot and killed when
forces under Gen. Chang Chin Yao, gov
ernor of Hnnan province, attneked the
mission, according to information reach
ing the American consulate liefo.
The northern forces, under Gen. Chang,
attacked the mission when they wore
driven from Chang Sha, capital of Hu
nan province, by the advancing southern
forces.
The attack was made in retaliation for
supposed sympathetic leanings of for
eigners toward the anti-milltaj-lstlc party
opposing the Peking chieftains, Informal
tion reaching the consulate said.
Mrs. Reiinprt. wife of the missionary,
who had been at Yo Chow for fifteen
years, and their children, recently r.
turned to the United Stater. Reimert
was to have loined them soon.
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Matinees —16c, 26c
Evenings—2sc, 40c
2:30, 7:30, 9 p. m.
Famous Mystery Play by Paul Dickey, Author of “The
Ghost Breakers,” “The Misleading Lady” aud Others.
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Sandy Shaw—Will Ferry—Ester Trio—Mowatt & Mullen
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920.
The youngest son of the King looked
at Puss in Boots Junior with an inquir
ing smile. Do you expect me to fall in
love with a cat?” he asked.
By this time, the King’s Son had
drawn rein and the Little White Cat had
also brought her greyhound steed to a
standstill. As the two looked at each
other, Puss Junior, who still sat on the
saddle behind the King’s Son, leaned
forward and whispered In his ear:
“But you know, she isn’t really a little
white cat—she’s a princess under a
spell.” The King’s Son started.
“Whnt!” he cried, “Is this really true?”
“As true as you are sitting on your
horse,” replied Puss.
All the while the Little White Cat sat
looking at the King’s Son, even her re
tainers could not keep their eyes off him.
Indeed, It seemed as If a certain kind of
spell were over all. Perhaps It was that
each one felt the Prince bad at last
come, the Prince who was to deliver the
Little White Cat from the spell, and also
all the other cats as well.
It was a happy moment for Puss Ju
nior. for had he not brought the Prince
tet the castle; the only thing that was
now needed was for him to fall In love
with the Little White Cat. This did not
seem at all difficult to Puss, for to him
the Little Cat was very beautiful.
CENSUS REPORT
WASHINGTON, .Tune 16.—The census
bureau today announced the following
1920 population figures:
Columbus, 0., 237,031, Increase 55,520,
or 30.6 per cent.
Lawrence, Mass., 91270 Increase 8,378,
or 9.8 per cent.
Independence..-Mo., 11.686, Increase 1,827,
or 18.5 per cent.
Newark, 0., C. 961, Increase 737, or 11.8 ]
per cent.
Ashland, Ky., 14,729, increase 6,011, or!
6D.5 per cent.
AMUSEMENTS.
n'CKFITH’S
PUSS IN BOOTS JR.
By DAVID CORY.
However, nobody seemed to know ex
actly what to do, and as the courtyard
did not seem to be the proper place in
which to continue his plans, Puss sug
gested, after Introducing the King’s son
to the Little White Cat, that they start
forthwith on their hunting expedition.
So they all set out, the Little White Cat
mounted on her beauliful greyhound
and her retainers on theirs, while the
“Hurrah,” cried Puss, Jr. “The Princess
Is herself again.”
King’s Son and Puss Junior rode on the
same horse. It was great fun, for the
cats made believe that the field mice
which they bunted were foxes, and the
King's Son had many a hearty laugh
Over the chase.
AMUSEMENTS.
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All was going on most merrily, when
of a sudden, the Little White Cat was
thrown from her saddle. In great dis
may, the King’s Son leaped from his
horse and running to where the Little
White Cat lay unconscious upon the
ground, lifted her up tenderly and car
ried her to a stream of water that ran
through the meadow.
When the King’s Son looked at the
Little White Cat in his arms, a kind
of haze seemed to come over his eyes,
and it seemed to him that he bore in
hia arms the form of a lovely maiden,
rather than that of a Little White Cat.
As If in a dream, he leaned his face over
and whispered, “you are very beautiful!”
And whether the haze before his eyes
grew heavier, or whether the spell which
bound the Little White Cat grew less,
it is hard to say, but at any rate, the
King’s Son felt that he carried in his
arms a Princess, and again he said,
“You are so beautiful—l love you.”
And no sooner had ho spoken these
words, than Puss Junior cried: “Hur
rah! she Is herself again!” And sure
enough, the Little White Cat, or I
should say, the lovely Princess, opened
her eyes and smiled. “Now that I have
found the Prince for you, tomorrow I
shall find the most beautiful clog in the
MOTION PICTURES.
Announcement
The management of this
theatre regrets the ac
tion of a representative
of the distributors of
“Girl of the Sea”-who
obtained 500 copies of
the Fourth edition of
The Indiana Daily Times
of June 12, 1920, and
caused an advertisement
to be printed over the
front page of those
papers.
You’ll follow her every
action with breathless sus
pense; you’ll admire her
courage and daring; you’ll
love her for her beauty and
prare.
SHE TS THE
“GIRL of
THE SEA”
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world for the King’s Son, so that he
may gain the throne which his father
has promised to him who brings him the
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(To bo Continued.)
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