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",: '" "&MiMlID(iHT f IT 111 II'- T, mteVv jeners II I BS II I lAflJJI ? : - "'in hi : I las ' (, v. , i, , ,,, I prt before ih Mi? n 6 " ' ' -r ' 'ind "": -ill -Bi"ni ln"n'h" .-m Pf full will . or ii(H.,rN(. Umi -J III! - FToa A ' Lr'v ' H ' ' ' w. VA.. wr . 1 "ii . v...i . t' J ,, Jrii 1 1.. won . r " -i . "oifi u Ik """" r4 rTc, b.ilMil for such Fir S'J c'oth e0,fPr "ami m PnZ.T - AUDREY MKt 28. OF 'PURITr FAME 1 TIES POISON SYRACUSE, N Y, May 27. O Miss Audrey Merien Munson, 28. ence famous artist's model, attempted suicide tonight at 1-er home, in Mexico, a northern New York village where she was born. She swallowed a powerful drug- and her condi 'ion is reported as critical. Miss Munson was the star in a ser.sa'iional picture play call ed "Purity." CHANGES HER WEDDHG PLAN Death of Handsome Eng lish Actor Tragic Chapter in Romance LuurrnatlonAl Mows 8erCf. CHICAGO, Mav 27. Another hap ter o tragic nu. n the Htory of ih( romnjice of Marj iundon Balder. Chi a.i i . girl v ho thrio postponed hrr marrlasc to AJllstor McCormick, . f Chicago, was written lonlxht. i ii.:,: to do with death of Barry Baxter, the handsome young English ol Miss BrIcoc h ihe time she left young McCormicK waitlnt: :u Ihe churefh." i.. i cl .ii. il ,ii X w Vork luoa;. from wounds received III Ihe war Hv, Miff; a breakdown recently, about ihe time Ml liaker's love affair reached a climax. STR N.J: ( i IDi (. E. By a .strange coincidence, a cable gram fro: Paris' vas received in Chi ea' ar.nouncinR that Miss Baker bai i a Ii an eleventh-hour change in her weduln? plsns at the name time Uis pati hes from Nrew Vu.'K brouglit the b.CWfl .i liaxter's death. The Paris advices were that Miss Baker had suddenly cancelled rescr- aliens for a trlj to England which : was to culminate in the long-delayed 1 marriage to McCormick. Speculation iiad been rife as to which ol the men 'he capricloui Mar I WOUld marry. &he met Barry Baxter ; In Chicago two years ago when he made his bow in "Happy Go-Lueky." Later he played tho juvenile role In i "Bluebeard's Eighth Wi'e." He was :: favorite with the younger set. to Hiss uV'-r arni McCormick bc i longed ami ha attended many of they private functions Miss Baker ji.ui peyed ' .New York last )ar to wlt ness Baxter's pr.mier perf orma nc then . I BlLlHOOD E l lil lll i - sb- p -i Mc ornili were i hildnood sweethearts. Their engagement had been repeatedly rutnbred lonr before ih" i.if.'l.i1 aiiiio.iicctiicnt was made after the war. Society was given a thrill January 2 last, the second date decided upon for their marriage, when at the tu ; meimenr, Mlse Baker left McCormick and Chicago's "400'.' literally "waiting .t the church." rfh" n.i 'I miM'. - .1 i n'"-vou- br .ilalown, it was explained ll Is not believed that Miss Bakei knew of Baxter's death when .-die made her siinoum emt-nt In Paris that he. wedding was to be again post poned. Society was af. utter here tonight oy tills latest development in Mary's ror.aote. oNinpainv vas expressed over the death ol the popular actoi while e.t the same time tongues wasjged over the ipegtlon; "vni she every marry Allistef?" PRESIDENT CRUISES IN CHESAPEAKE BAY Inlet national NTcws Service WASHtNOTON, .May 27. President Harding and ;t partj ol fjflends left Washington tonight on the presiden tial yacht Mayflower, for a week-end irul..; in the Potomac river and Ches apeake bay They will return here Tuesday morning. MUNITIONS EXPLODE; VILLAGE IS WRECKED BElt.N'K, Mav .'7 The little villkgft of Leochenfeld, near Thun, 1 i miles boutheast of this clt j- w as wrecked Friday night by the explosion of a munitions dump. ESVery house was de stroyed or damaged and two children. who wen 6lt playing about the dump were kllbd. Forty people were In I Jured. GUARD HONOR AT ANY PRICE, TIGERjPLEAES jClemenceau Says France Can't Let Foe Get More Powerful STILL ABLE TO FIGHT War Premier Makes Touch ( ing Address to University Students PARIS. Mav 27. ( Bv the Associat ed Press.! 'France does not wish to abandon her allies, but she will not permit the vanquished to become mor powerful than the victorious." M. IClemencaajl, France s war premier li--'clare.l in an impromptu speech deliv ered tonight at a banquet aftor the un filing of a monument at Nantes to the t( .. hers and students who fell In the war. We will not abandon our allies- on i the contrarj we desire to remain unit ed with them." Mr. Clemoneenu con tinued. "HoWever1, we demand a lit tle Justice In our behalf We sball , not forget the assistance w hich was given, nor shall we forget eur duty We aSk that on their side th-y un dcrstand that they do not accuse us of ulterior motives." THERE I- I. nil I "They must not sacrifice our Inter ests for the Interests of others. We ffSCnJ to do all that is possible to make peace hut there Is a limit beyon.l which we will nui it,-. We dJd not v I Ii 'he w i- but we ,li,l wih peace However, we are capable of lnakinc war Nations .ire like their people For the moment wi- are frl-ndlv but Unlbrtnn itei we have not ended wars e SI Ck no addition today. but neither do we desire n dl honorable peace. I prefer to see my country in an honorable position, even though that honor be very death bought.' TOUCHING I iRKW M i. M. Clemenceau asserted that the very people thai were accusing Fian. c oi B uesire to Dring aiuui ni ab" " bad said in 1914 that Prance was not able to light and win a war. M. Clemenceau's speech at the Unl venilty of Nantes this afternoon de veloped into a touching farewell to the students of the school he once at t ruled. Concluding his address, he said "1 om leaving this life; we are part ing forever. I to die. you to live and I to make a future for Prance. Good bve my dear friends Thank you for listening to me. Koll up your sleeves and make your destiny." France's great war premier sum marized the meaning of Ufo in the following terms: LIFE N P VRTY ' Life Is not a partv ; It Is a duly, a battle to found a family, to make it I live, to make It prosper a battle for those whom It is ones duty to love, a battle for courage, for nobility of character, for generosity." For those w ho do not bear arms, he hud tin-, message: "Then is courage as great as thai of the soldier who dies for his coun try and that is civil-courage for which there Is seldom any glory." uu KENV00D OUTSIDE COLORADO'S PP.ISON CANON, CITY, Colo., Maj 37. Par doned by Governor t diver 11. ShouP after serving approximately 10 years sentence oi life imprisonment for Ih. rnui d. i . . i lb on;.' cJ. Copehnid In j Denver hotel barroom. Harold F. Henwood was 111. . rated li-.-m ihe slate j prison here late today Under the provisions of the pardon granted him i. the Colorado executive B( nwood can never return to Denver. uu OLiOR M) JO DB1 RSI . COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. May 27. a cloudburst northeosl of Colo rado Springs tonight sent a wall or wator LO feet hiK-h through Pajpeton, la mining camp northeast of tho city, marooned scores ol people, washed out th.- Denver & Rio Qrande, and Rock ! land railroad tracks ami did thou sands of dollars" worth of damage to residences, gardens and cll" improve nu nis. ' Nation To Dedicate Memorial To Abraham Lincoln at Capital May 30 FAMOUS MEN TO ASSEMBLE Public to See Memorial in All Grandeur for First Time BY RALPH BlTVrON Special Dispatch to The Standard ly, irniner (Copyright. 192-. by The Standard-! Examiner.) I WASHINGTON. May 2 7. Isolated, distinguished and serene, the com pleted memorial to Abraham Lincoln in the national capital will be dedl ! cated on Memorial day. Remote ! from the business and turmoil of the city, surrounded by a landscape ai -centuatlnE its prominence it fitting ly -lgnlfles the -mlnent and Isolated position Lincoln occupies In history. The president of the United States ind two former presidents will as sist In paying tribute to the emanci pator at the dedication ceremoncs. Chief Justice Tafl will preside. Presl dnt llardinp win deliver the main address. Forme Presldeni Wilson has expressed His Intention to attend The dedication ORSERT I ITS t.lt !l l R For the first time the public will be given an opportunity to See the memorial and observe its grandeur in Its .-ompleted form Nature ha beep assisting In making ready for the dedication and the preat planting plan adopted for the landscape setting has been completed as far a possible, together with the grading and cott : Ion of roads and walks. The great reflecting baaln, 2000 feet long Ullll UU ICe-l WIUC, Villi kVUMMH rru.-., on tho day of the dedication and vis itors will be enabled to see the reflcc tlon In the basin of the Washintrton monument- This reflection was de liberately planned to express an idea, bringing together In the minds of hose who view the scene, lmafre- oi' the two greatest Americans. Wash- I ington and Lincoln. ITCHED 10 YE IRS For 10 years tho people have watched the massive structure slow ly rising like s classic Greek temple, symbolic In its strength and dignity. Those who remained of the orlRlnal Lincoln memorial commission rrent-, l by an act of congress over 20 ...ir ago. w ill take part In the cere-1 monlal of dedication They are Wll-1 limn 11 Taft, Joseph ; Cannon of Illinois, and Samuel W McCall of Massachusetts. Of the original seven members of the committee thoo h are left. The others dropped i..i( when ihey failed to return to con-j gress und one. Champ ("lark, was) called by death. Added to the original three members from time to time' were Thomas R Marshall. Nathan B. Scptt, Colonel John Temple Graves. Henry A. Vale and Lieutenant Coloriel C. O. Rberrell. LINt OTA'S SON THERE The son of the pi'.'.nt president. Robert Lincoln, will occupy a seat of honor on the platform, along wltn Hi nry Bacon, the architect of the memorial. Daniel French, the sculp tOr and Jules Ouerln. the artist. "Uncle Joo" Cannon will he on of the most Interesting figures at 'he dedication. lie Is completing f0 years' service as n member of the' house of representatives and wiSj present al the convention thai noml-; nated Abraham Lincoln for president. In i 860 There will also be present Major George W U u . i hlef dl-i-, bursing offlaer of the interior depart ment, who was appointed messenger l.v President Lincoln when a boy A years of age, and has served contin uously In that department. The Rev. Wallace Radcllffe. paator of the New York Avenue Presbyterian ehun h. where Lincoln attended services and (Continued on Pave Two.) i Generalissimo of Miners 'Army ' Declared Not Guilty of Treason . By W IRREN W, W III ATON I International Service staff Cor- i espondani Charleston, W. Vo.. May 27. Will iam Bllzar.l, alleged generalissimo of j the miners' army, which marched upon IxJgan county last summer and I fought with deputy sheriffs until fed eral troops were called out. wns ac quitted by a Jury In circuit court here tonight of treason against the state of West Virginia. Defense counsel held the belief that the freeing ol Bllssard would resull in the same decisions for othet miners indicted with him. attorneys for the slate tonight, expected to iiBk for a 'trial of one of the defendants charc ' ed with murder. Court w as recessed by Judge Woods until !' o'clock Mon day morning and It Is thought a r-. s will bo taken for at least n week A tentative decision was reached b the opposing attorney's to try other ol the defenda nt-- In Aui-'U.t If Up- sti!. elected to press Its charges The acquittal of Blizzard probably win - nd fforts .f the state to si the de.ih penalty for the hundreds of West Virginia minor who took pari In the bloody "mar. h to Mingo. " which led to an appeal to President Hardino: fr troops trom Governor j I Morgan, of West Virginia, w ho admit-1 . The $3,000,000 Lincoln Memorial, pictured above, is to be dedicated in Washington May 30. Henry Bacon, New York architect, designed it. The most important feature is the statue of Lincoln in marble, b Daniel Chester French of New York .: " 1 FAR TO GET MUSCLE SHOALS PLUM Committee Answers By Counter Proposal; Ford High Man WASHINGTON, May 27. Bidders competing for development by private enterplrse of the government's $106. 000,000 war initiated projects at Muscle Shoals, Ala., were given Ih.-lr answers today by the house military committee in the form of a counter pr.).-,il fruio-d , tho committee men. None of the offers submitted by the bidders and forwarded to eongres. by Seoretary Weeks for final decision was founJ acceptable. That made b Henr) l'ord came closest to winning the award In that it was made thej basis upon which the committee based Its reply. The committee acted In n way. It was explalm .1 win. Ii will leave Its de cision subject to acceptance by any person or Interest wdlllng to meet Its terms and which win permit it, at! the samo time, to support Its coun-i tor-proposal before the house when, the schedule of Muscle Shonls Is acted, upon In that bod oo . I SI N M lt Kit Y ILL. rXKiNTnUlX. PU , May 27. TJ. S. Senator William E. Crowe, w ho had I been HI In Pittsburg since last De-j comber, was brought by special train tonight to his summer home at Chalk Hill, in the mountains near here ) ted his militia could not hold thw ! fighting miners in check, it wns the defense of Blissard's at torneys that the miners were warring against a "system of coal operators I government' instead of the govern ment of the state f West Vlrglnli Peaceful Charlestown broke Into ,( riot of noise. Even the Jurors cheered. Blizzard was given a wild ovation he emerged from the little red cnu.! house, scene of a similar trlat 63 J .rs ago The court house is the Identical spot where John Brown, famous abolition ist, was co n v I ted of tif.i.-on f-3 e-,rs I go, ; yy iii rAK 6 ltd II Vlfl UN BONUS ISSUE Senate Finance Committee to Take Up Question Tomorrow i WASHINGTON Mav 27 Soldiers' bonus legislation Is to be considered Monday by the senate finance com mittee. Chairman Mi-Cumber hopes that tho amended house measure .'in he agreed upon and reported to the senate but this appeared tonight to be problematical. Democratic mem bers of the commltt. s expect to con fer Informally before going into the committee session Some of them said they had not yet had opportunity ! to study Ihe two plans now- proposed i and were doubtful tb. t anv final de cision could be reached at ono silting. Without having examined closely the provisions of the so-called Mc Climber plan Ihe Amended house bill and ihe BmOOt bill for paid-up life! insurance In lieu of all other options, several of the Democrats said Ihey were Inclined to look more favorably upon the former. While Rcpuhllcnn members of the committee have taken no formal vote as between the two plana, a counting of noses has disclosed that thy are I divided, 6 to 6 leaving the decision v ith the minority members. Both sonato Republicans and Dem ocrats are split on th.- bopus problem and It was Indlrnt. d that neithei side was ready at this time for a show down In the senate. Senator McCum bor. however. Is anxious t.i r. i :i I. cuius bill on the senate calendar so senators tan have opportunity t. .-tudy what ' ever legislation Is to be taken up. A somewhat prolonged fight In the senate when the bonus legislation comes up Is predicted. DAUGHTER CHASES MOTHER WITH KNIFE DENVER, Colo, May 27 Brand ishing two butcher knives and threat ening her mother whom she badflm 'prisoned In an upstairs bedroom with deatii if phe attempted to escapo. Miss . Helen Brodarraer, 16, was arrested by j city welfare officers todaj after Mrs I Brodanner had signalled her predic ament to firemen In a station located .'across the street from her home. Both women wore taken to the city Jail I where they are being held pending an ! investigation of th' ir sunlty. Tho girl declared after her arrest ithat her mother wished to attend a motion picture show to which h ob jected, and that she was attempting to prevent her from doing so, ' LIGHT THROWN I ' EASE I j OF PRISONER I Morse Released on Report j of Physicians, Daugherty ATTACK IS RENEWED Senator Caraway Declares Cabinet Member Is Be traying Administration WASHINGTON. .Mi 27. (By th- I Associated Press) Naming scores of members of the senate, both Demo craLs and Republicans and others prominent In official life at the tlm" as having petitioned for the release , in 1912 from tne Atlanta penitcnuar bjh !of Charles W. Morse, the department HUH ' of Justice late today made public th record In the Morse case "as disclosed (In thu official file.-." which indicates, the statement said, "beyond any qucs- tion that Mr. Morse was redeased upon the report of reputable physicians and iflj Cnltod States army surgeons showing him to be suffering from a serious 111- ness." "The release came," the statement continued, as the culmination of probably the most remarkable public IH demonstration on behalf of any fede ral prisoner ever convicted in the ATT.M Iv Itl-M-Wl ( Notwithstanding the ' high charac ter" of those occupying positions n, revpn-.bl':y and trust" a''i-T 'lie I j,,. .nnieli' v. Ii.. were .irindi" tho.- I BJJ ands signing the petition, the state menl said. "It wsus not In response to any public demonstration, stong aa ll wus at that time, that Mr. Morse was released, but solely upon the re ports of the medical examiners." lOAUi LTTAt KED H Ho for. lit' mcnt of th- depart- jltfilrH ment of Justice- was issued, Attprney 'M General DaUghertiy was again UHdl attack In the senate by Senator Cura- way. Democrat. Arkansas, ana senator ijh Watson. Democrat. Georgia, with o'b crs Joining In the debate. The Ai - kansas senator charged that Mr. iMH Daugherty In acting as counsel - Morse In L013 had "betrayed" former President Taft and now was "betray- lng ' the present administration Ho j also charged that the department of i Justice was employing Its agents to shadow senators and representatives SOT LONG TO LTVJ i Incorporated In the statement 'sued late today by the department of justice were reports of physicians I which were part of the record of the Morse case In the department's flics. These showed that Major David Liak- er, an army medical officer at Fori I'McPherson, found Morse suffering from arterlosi leroals wdth myo. arditis and renal sclerosis. The malady was Incurable. It was said, and Mr Moi - had "not very long to live." "As a life insurance risk." Majo? Baker said. "I would not recommorid this patient for tho short per:od ot 30 days. His sudden death Is constant- Iv probable." i n I RAR1 OPINION. I'rlor to examination of Mi Morse by army officers, civilian physician? made an Examination at the request of United States Marshal W. H. John- son at Atlanta, and Dr. W- S. Klkm of that city. found the patient s health not In danger by reason of his confinement. "1 do not believe." he reported on November 1. 1911. "that Mr. Morse ..s suffering Horn anv serious .Tsanl- ifl trouble nor Is his health b ,1 terlally affected by his present con- t incident. 1 do not think that fur- ther confinement will materially shorten the prisoner's life or permit- nently or seriously impair hi health. Attorney General Daugherty again today was put under fire In the senate ( ( Ontinued On Vazr Two) XTRA I One-pound Boxes of Martha Washington Candy Free Today to Want Ad Readers j Your phone number may be listed today. Look for it.