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For thl* paper and pay 25 cents every two week*. t ALWAYS RELIABLE _ Weather Predictions Generally cloudy tonight and Friday; probably shower* Friday, little change in temperature. TODAY’S NEWS FIRST VOL. 15—NO. 34 MARTINNSBURG, W. VA., THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1921 EIGHT PAGES TODAY PRICE 3 CENTS TRAGEDY ENACTED WHEN POLICE TRY TO TAKE MURDERER Officers Finally Kill Man With Machine Gun. (By International Nrws Service.) Toledo, June 9.—rolicemen Har old Moosberger and Harry Powell have been shot and killed and the police surrounded the house where the murderer, has barricaded him self and held the police at bay. The ehooting began when Mossber ger entered the house after being summoned by the woman who con ducts a rooming house, who com plained that the man refused to pay his room rent. Powell later appeared and was shot down. A squad of police was sent to the scene but for a time were unabl9 to approach as Kelly seemed to be well supplied with ammunition and fired at any one who appeared within range of his attic window. The police then tried ammonia water and a machine gun on the house in an effort to drive the mur der out. He has been identified as Thomas Kelly, aaed 48, formerly of Oklahoma. The body of Patrol man Powell lay in the street where be fell when shot dead. Mossherg er's body was in the attic of the house where he made a rush to get Kelly but was killed. Shortly after 11 o’clock the pol ice entered the house where they found the dead body of Kelly. He had been shot through the heart probably' b.v a bullet from the ma chine gun. Firing ceased at 10.30 o'clock and as there had been no shooting from the house for 3<> ralnutei.. the police, believing the man hsd heen overcome by the am monia fume* or had been shot took a chance and entered the room. In the attic they also found the body of Mossberger. TWO CIVILIANS AND CONSTABLE KILLED Violent Deaths Occur When House Is Searched. (By International New* Service.) Dublin, June 9.—Many persons ■were killed in a new wave of viol ent deaths that swept parts of Ire land. Two civilians and a constable were ehot to death during a fight which developed while crown forces were searching a house at NewTy. A train carrying British troops was attacked from ambush near Barren. Bounty K-'rry, and one member of the crown forces was killed. Son Killed Dublin, June 9.—While black *od tan policemen were raiding the home of J. P. Crowley at Behagal lane, neap Dunmanway today. Crow ley’s son, Daniel, was shot, to death Castle Cook, the residence of Col onel Cooke Collis, in County Cork, was destroyed by fire. A policeman was killed and an other was wounded when a police detachment was ambushed near Newry. KEYSER PLANS BIG FOURTH (Bv International News Service.) Kevscr, W. Va., June 9.—A big Fourth of July demonstration is be ing planned for this city, the initia tive having been taken by the Knights of Pythias. The Rotary Club and ether civic and fraternal organizations have put themselves behind the project and elaborate preparations are being made for the rvent. The Fythians will hold a Knights of Kborassan ceremonial in connection with the celebration. COOK WITH ELECTRICITY Fool, clean and convenient. Potomac Light and Power Co. 5 6 lp tf BIDS Bids will he received for the erec tion of a two story brick building for use of Ryneal Hose Co. No. 1 an W. Burke St., until June 16th, 1921. Mans and specifications can be had by calling on C. K. Kent, Ar chitect. Bids to be filed with the Recorder c ' re noon of the above date. . i.vKTIN QUINN. 6 4 lOt lp Fire Chief COOK WITH ELECTRICITY Fool, clean and convenient. Poton.ac Light and Power Fo. 6 6 lp tf DAILY MARKET " — ORT The following are iuc prevailing ' jtlces being paid by Martinsburg Merchants and elevators today. Note:—The prices quoted below lor the local markets are the prices Sealers are offering at noon today. Wheat .$1.40 Corn .7n Butter .1? Bgg* . 21 Chickens Roosters.15c, 18c Hens ..2'*c, 22c Spring chickens . . ."(>c, 35c BOOK LOST. Journal Route Book No 4. King and Queen streets Route. Reward Jf returned to John Wagner, Car rier. .'M7 West Martin St., or the Journal Office. 5 31 lp tf ^ SQUARE DANCE RIVER PARK Monday. Thursday and Saturday nights. Kline's truck leaves Kalz.’! torner »t 7.34 | is. 5 31 Ip If I MOTOR RACES AT WHEELING (By Intfrnatlonal News Service.) Wheeling, W. Va.. June 9—Auto mobile enthusiasts throughout tho tri- state section -will be pleased to learn that motor races have been | arranged for the annual state fair to be held here the first week In September. They will provide the , chief entertainment for the last day j | of the fair—Saturday—and will be \ under the direction of J. Alex Sloan, of Chicago, dean nf motor speed contest promoters. CANNOT MEET ALL POLITICAL PLEDGES There’s Where This Govern ment And Mexico Disagree (By International News Service'. Mexico City. Jine 9.—The latest: note from Washington regarding j American-Mexican relations and tho , i conditions for recognition of the } I Mexican government contains com mercial requirements which could ; be expected in modified form but the political pledges could not be met in full under the present Mex ican constitution, it was declared at the foreign office today. According to the foreign office the American note hag two distinct aspects —one commercial, the other political. The ; commercial conditions, it was said, “could be expected with modera tions if reciprocal guarantees were given for Mexican workers in the United States Rimilar to those American workers would enjoy In J Mexico. WOMEN ASK APPOINTMENT At a meeting of the executive1 committee of the Frederick County. Md., Parent-Teachers’ Association a resolution was passed and ordered to he presented to the board of ed ucation recommending that where vaeanciee exist or will exist In th I future in making appointments n> school trustees that women he re; resented in the new appointment - The resolution pointed out that woraen of that county have taken an exceptional interest in education and the betterment of school condi tions and ere usually in the ma.ior ity at the meetings of the County | Parent-Teachers’ Association. With I the exception of two in TJallinfer! : district, all echool trustees of the: I county are men. mrsTcoolidge AT MERCERSRJ1RG Among the many visitors at. ; ; Mercersburg Academy commence ment yesterday was Mrs. Calvin i Coolidge, wife of the vice presi dent who went to look over the Bchool with the view of placing one of her sons there next year Mrs Coolidge was given a rousing ; yell by the student body, and her j unassuming manner made her i many admirers. BARELY ESCAPED Fire destroyed the house and near ! ly all of the contents on the farm 1 of Dr. Charles W. P. Crum, be tween Knoxville and Petersburg, Md.. tenanted by Thomas Fhafer, Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Phnfer and Spencer Burgess, occupants, i barely had time to escape, i ' - HANGS HERSELF Miss Bertie Stevens. Creagers town. Md., 46 years old, committed I euicide by hanging herself in tlio j wagon shed at her home. Despond ency on account of ill health is sup posed to have prompted the act.1 During the absence of lmr brother. George Stevens, she hanged herself to a rafter. Her brother found her body. She had planned to take a trip for her health the following day. ROMIG ELECTED MAYOR E. V. Romig was elected mayor of Keyser over .T. I>onard Baer, at torney, by 94 votee. Romig having received 853 and Baer 759. For council. J. B, Gillum polled 821 and r. G. Scribner, 777. Therp are two hold over counciimen. The election was hotly contested. MRS. ROE'S FUNERAL Funeral services for Mrs. Annie E. Roe, whose death took place at the home of her son, W. C. Roe, of Marlboro, Frederick county, Va , on May 26, were held at Mr. Roe’s home on May 28 and were in charge of Rev. Mr. Haupman. of the Me-h odist Episcopal church. South Bur ia! was made in St John's Lutheran churrh cemetery. Mrj Roe is sur-; vived by one son, W C. Roe, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Roe. of Mar tinsburg. She was In the 71st. year; of her agp and was a member of a well known county family. COOK WITH ELECTRICITY Fool, clean and convenient. Potomac Light and Power Co. 6 6 lp tf 2ND BAPTIST CHURCH FESTIVAL Church lawn, evenings of June 1(1. 17 and 18. Refreshments sold for ; the benefit of Parsonage fund. Good [ | music. Public purkiug grounds. Pub-1 I lie Including lodges and orgauiza lions Invited Ip It* ' Will rlilp slock from bunker Hill' Sat. June lltb, Bediugton June 18th ! Latter place (all John Kendit Both Phoues H-8 lp 3i I- <V Hoffman COOK WITH ELECTRICITY Cool, clean and convenient. Pntomar Light and Power f'o. i 6 S lp tf 1 VIRGINIA NEGROES ABANDON BOOZE CAR AND MAKE ESCAPE Were Dispensing Moonshine Along The Arden Road. The Stat?. county and city author ities are anxious to learn of the whereabouts of two or more ne groes who abandoned their booze rar Wednesday afternoon, not far from the city on the Arden road, to gether with two kegs containing quite a quantity of that highly rec ommended vintage of the unlquitous still in the foothills of the moun tains across the Virginia line. The Cadillac touring car, bearing a Virginia license is now being held at S. W. K. Miller's garage under direction of Traffic Officer W. H. Harbour who made the capture, and will be confiscated by the State, al though authorities are expecting no tification from some point in Vir ginia that the car had been stolon by the negroes. The booze, said to he real Vir ginia moonshine, is under Jock and key in the custody of City Sergeant •Till* r at the city hall, and is con tained in two kegs. One would hold 15 gallons, but has only about 12 in if. The other is n 10 gallon keg, correspondingly full. The men ate said to have been dispensing the moonshine to accredited customers along the hack road through Fred erick county, Va„ and Berkeley county into Martlnsburg, a rubber hose evidently used for such pur poses being found in the car. It is understood that Justice Wolf received a telephone tip and Instant v dispntched Officer Barbour, who made the trip as hurriedly ns gaso line and motor wheels could carry lim, hut the bootleggers must have uispected. for they decamped and avp not been found. It is believed her would Jiave negotiated the trip inrt sales with less fear of detection tad thev not drank too deeply of heir own decoction. LATEST SUSPECTS IN MURDER CASE Man And Woman Believed Im plicated In Kaber Affair. (By International New* Service.) Cleveland, <>. June 9.—Prosecu tor Kdward C. Stanton today will confront the fwo ln^st suspectts held in connection with the murder nf Daniel Kaber, wealthy publisher, with each other in an effort to ew toblish their connection with each ther, or their relation to the mur der plot which remitted 1n the death nf the invalid nearly two years apo The la* “at suspect, a man. believed hv detectives to have heen the "man with a capital” referred to by Kaber just before his death, was laken late yesterday from his homn ns he was makinp preparations to leave the city. The other snsnect, a woman arrested at Sandusky earlv yesterday morning, has been held intercommunicado in the county 1ait since tfint time except for brief nuestioning late yesterday by Drop center Stanton. MARYLAND HAS 1,449,661 PEOPLE (By International New* Service.) Washington, Juno 9.—Tho popu Iation of Maryland comprises 729, 455 males ami 720,206 females, the Census Bureau announced today During the decade the total popula tion increased by 11.9 percent the male population by 12.3 and the fe male by 10.6 percent. The ratio of males to females fur 1920 was 101.3 to 100 as against 98.9 to 100 in .1910. The distribution of the population according to color and race in 1920 was as follows: White 1.204,737; negro 244,479 Chinese, 371; Japanese 29; all others 45. The foreign-bom white population num bored 102,177 in 1920 as against 104, 174 in 1910. This element of the population constituted 7 percent of the total in 1920 as against s per cent in 1910. VESSEL SENDS TWO APPEALS (By International News Service.) New York, June 9.—“R. O. S.— S. O. S.—have hit iceberg. Bow completely stove in. Condition so riotis. Send immediate assistance." This call from a vessel in distress in the ice field—the second within 24 hours—was received today bv the cable communication radio sta tion at Otter cliffs, Maine. It came from the Chariot, a 2.179 ton IT. S Shipping Board vessel, with a crew of 337 and cargo of grain for Lon don and Hamburg. PURCHASE OF MEN’S AND YOUNG MEN’S SUITS Our buyer has just returned from the eastern markets where he made a remarkable purchase of men and y.nmg men's suits ul one hull of their former price in challenge any man or young man to Inves* note prodtablv the amount of time required to choose one of these suit You do not have to he i clothes expert to appreciate the values they stand out as the big gest and best we've been able t( < 'Ter this season See these suits to morrow all sizes from 33 to 4S Bines, browns, gray* 1p 1< THF Ht'B p.tls It Cheaper BUNKER HILL HIGH ALUMNI BANQUESTS; ELECTS OFFICERS Herbert Is New President Of Assocation. The Alumni Association of the Ilunker Hill High School held an en joyable banquet at the School Fluild 1 ing Wednesday night Room No. 1 1 was conyerted into a banquet hall tasefully decorated in pink and green, with covers laid for twenty persons, and floral place cards. The menu was as follows Fried Chicken Old Virginia Ham Spanish Salad Olives Pickles Barly June Peas linns Butter Preserves Chocolate Cake strawberry Cake Angel Food Orange Sherbet Iced Tea Coffee After Dinner Mints in Pink Rose Favors The banquet was served by the l adies’ Aid Society of the Presby terian church, the .committee In charge being Mrs. E. 1,. Harris, Mrs. L. C. Hoffman and Miss Ame lia McKown. The speakers were Principal Spe row, who spoke on "High Aims of Our School and Quality of Output”; Attorney Ralph Heall, ‘'Development and Progress of the Hunker Hill High School,” and Dr K. B. I,o Fevre. ‘'.Need of Medical Inspection and Athletics.” The old officers were reelected as follows: President—Herbert I.aise First vice president Marion Rod gers. Second vice president.--Kather ine Daise. Secretary—Harry Miller. Treasurer—Ruth Ridgeway. Among those present were Prin clpal Wilson P. Sperow, Attorney Or. Ralph TV'all, of Marllnsburg, for mer principal; Miss Rulii Ott, for mer teacher; Oeorge E. Henson. Mr. ami Mgp. Edwin llenshaw, Mr and Mrs. 0. H. Bowen. Dr. E. B I eFevre, Miss Marion Rodgers, Miss Carrie Miller, of Hagerstown ,and liss Ruth Ridgoway BIG SCOTTISH RITE CLASS i B/ Internal an I News Service) Huntington, W. Va . .Tune 9.—A committee of Scottish Hite Masons, comprising 1311 loft Northcott. M. Wallace and Sidney Tlroh, has Just returned from Wheeling where an invitation was extended to the Wheeling Consistory to visit Hunt ington this fall and put on work from the 19th to the 32nd degrees, inclusive. The invitation wan nr eepted and th ■ dates for the re union were set for October 3, 4, 5 and fi The Wheeling Consistory was last at. Huntington in Decem ber, 1919. when a class of 292 ran didstes was initiated. PARKERSBURG CALL ACCEPTER iBv International News Service) Parkersburg, W. Va., June 9.—ltev I Kthan TO. White, at present connect i ed with the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Dudley Avenue Baptist church here. He will com plete his Chicago work August 15 and th°n tak" tip bin new duties j here. Ttev. White was formerh" , pastor of Rapt is* churches nt Wes ton and Slsfersvillc. PLANE FALLS; PILOT KILLED (By International Newt Service.) Washington. June 9.—A United States marine corps airplane fell in to the Potomac river off Colonial Beach. Md this morning and Bleu tenant W. B Brown, pilot, was kill ed, the naw department was advis ed. Sargeant Bmrby, who was In the plane, was rescued, Brown’s bod\ has not been recovered. S V. A. CLOSES. The Shenai doali Valley Academy coinmencomi ' is being held at Winchester t.iday and the leading address will I mad' bv President W. B. Cornwell, of t " oh 1 ns*er and Warden ville Bail AT TOURNAMENT. At the recent weekly gun shoot of the Winchester P5un Club, ! Messrs. O. A. Kershner and W. W Downey, of Unrtinsburg, particlpat ed. Mr. K ■ rshner broke 7(5 out of | S5 targets and Mr. Downey -1(5 out of 50 SPECIAL TODAY. Special today down at. the Coney Island Bunch room opposite the Strand Theatre live soft shell crabs i 0"t dow n in time. It Ip pd SUMMER SWEATERS. Big shipment just. in. The popu lar lace front models. Come in black and other colors. $2.75. K. (SARNKIl'S SPKC1ABTY SHOP MV N tjlleeu SI. U Ip no rice. All in- tut.-.' of t.'ulileu Rule Chap ter .No -ly ate requested lu tie prep ent t-'r-dav night, June 10 ai s p i m Business o' importance | 6 9 2t Ip SECRETARY COOK WITH ELECTRICITY t'nnl. clean and convenient, rnfomac Bight and Power Co, | * 8 1P tf 40 GRADUATES FOR 1921 COMMENCEMENT HONORS ANNOUNCED Exercises Next Thursday Af ternoon In Apollo Theatre. Forty graduates, with three oth ers to ho graduated conditionally, were included in the official Hat .of students made public this morning, to he presented diplomas tn the High School commencement exer cises next Thursday afternoon at 2.30 at the Apollo Theatre. The lists is as follows: Elizabeth VanIMver Bender. Myra Wynn Blake, Alice Virginia Roehm, Gladys Oatherina Route, ATftert* Elizabeth Chambers. William Elmore Daily, Ductile Irene Decker, Harry Roe Roll, Olen Downey, Tod Anthony FranVenberry, Mae Adeline Gambtno, Albert Gerling Geyer, Paul Hammann. Eleanor Hawthorne Hardy, Chester Burr Htott, Albert Dow lliett, Esther Bee Homer, Ethel Rea Koesocker. Elsie Clirystohel Keller. Frank Huber Kline, Ruth Irene Remaster. Helen Gertruda Matthews, Eleanor Virginia Mlnghlnl. Martha Elizabeth Nee], Roland Alton Norrington, Mabel Aurelln Puckett, Rucille Brannon Kind. George Garwood Sayers, Constance Jano Sharpies*, Goldie Snyder, Znnobia Agnea Stuckey, Mildred Ashton Stilwell, Gerald Merton Snapp, Anne Roween Thompson. Robert Seibert Thornburg, Helen Virginia Triunble, Hester Trump VanMetre, Rohe Rnndia Wtland, \gnos Elizabeth Wagner, Virginia Ta'bb Woods Three atudento.—(Paul Ropp, Ed mund Hoke and Ellis Poisal,—have not completed alt the work requtr ed for graduateion it was announc ed and will ho graduated eondttton ; ally. Diploma* will not be awarded lhose students until they have made up all the work required in - the eourses 1n which they have j failed. The honflr students who will rep 1 resent the class at the exerclsea ! are: Mildred Stilwell. Valedtctor i inn; Eleanor Hardy. Salutatortan: I Albert Geyer, Essayist, Boxes Fop Alumni Tho four boxes at the Apollo The nlro will bo reserved for the alum ni for tho commencement exercises. Principal Miller announced today Each box will seat ten people, and the boxes will be assigned tn the claoses which first make applica tion to Principal Miller. The only condition in the assignment of s box is that it must lie decorated with the colors of the class to which it. is assigned. ~ All graduates of the Martinaburg High School who intend to go to a college or university this fall and who desire to have credits sent tn rigtotrarB, are asked to bring ap plication blanks for admission to the office of the principal of the High School between June 13th and June 22nd. PLAN BIG DRIVE INTO SOLID SOUTH Republican Leaders Outline Congressional Fight Plans. (By International News Service.) Washington, June 9.—A tremend oiis drive of unusual Intensity and proportions will be waged by the Republican party In the coming Congressional elections to break still further into the Democratic grip on the South. Enoomraged by the Inacqulsltlon of Tennessee and Oklahoma last November, the (!. O. P. managers departed for their homos today after laying the ground work here for what Is expected to be the greatest effort the party has ever made to run the states south of the Mason-Dixon line Into the Republican column. This was the net result of the meeting here bf the Republican National committee, and it was the underlying purpose be hind the rule adopted which limits representation In national conven ♦ ions to those congressional dls ♦riots that can muster 2,SCO bona fide Republican votes. MAKES DEED OF TRUST Frank Fehrs, a news and toy dealer of Hagerstown, made a deed of trust, for the henefi' of his ered itors LAKUEST / \ ITS HISTORY (By International Newt service.) Huntington, W. Ya., Juno 9.—Ad vance enrollments and reservation of rooms Indicate that (ho summer school opening at Marshall College Slate Normal School on Juno 11 will bo the largest in the history of the institution. All the rooms In the dormitory have boon reserved and numerous applications have been received from all sections of the stata for rooms with private families. ADDITIONAL SEWERS FOR STORM WATERS Council Will Supplement Sys tem—Routine Business. The City Council Inst night agreed to provide two additional sewer lines for storm water in the north western part of the rtty at a total estimated cost of $10.000, the money for which is now in a storm sew or fund, It was said. The one sewer will run in a northeasterly direction from the corner of Race and Rnl elyh to the creek at the northern end of Maple avenue, and the other will run north on College from Mar tin street and resell the creek also. The provision of Hie sewers was done us a result of the recent Hood ing In those sections of the city when the storm sewers were shown to ho Inadequate for the volume of water. The Council took up a number of matters last, night, including the passage of the ordinance Increasin'! the salary of the mayor to $1,200 por year, conforming with a provi sion of iho amendment to the city charter made at the latest session of the legislature. All members ol Iho Council voted in favor of tlm ordinance except Councilman Barr who opposed it, and Councilman Worthing who was not present. Tho matter of arbitrary breaking of the curl) lino by Or. T. K. Cat OF on South Maple avenue near Kinu was reported, and the Council, ex pressing itself very plainly aguinsl such acts, directed that lie he re qnired to employ Contractor Flnnl gan to repair Hie damage. A sim liar violation on North Quern street on the Harper property was alsr reported and a similar disposit.ior made of the matter. Rotillne matters In eonsidorahh 1 number were given nttenMon, In eluding building permits, sweepim ! and flushing of the paved streel se. | Hon. repair of til - stretch of slree on West Race beyond Raleigh, t permit for a gasoline slation fn tiie Star Carafe Company on NorH High slroet. and Ins!ructions l< have certain pavements laid Great Britain And France Ir New Controversy. (By International New» Service.) Paris, June ft.— A new disagree ment lias arisen today hotweer Great Britain and Prance, nils lat est conflict of opinion relating t< Russian trade. The soviet at Mos row granted trade rights to the Brit ish where France claims had prev iotisly boon given to the French France sent a note to London con tending that the British had m right to accept Russian concession! previously grunted to tho Freud first by « Russian governor to ae cept. Russian gold which Franct claims is actually owed to her. Tin French reply was received today Great Britain slat'-d that Hie Freud view pout could not be accepted Coming on top of a Franco-Brills! alliance the new development hai caused much comment. INVESTIGATION ABOUT JUNK/ (By International News Service.) Washington. June ft The propos oil congressional investigation o iho recent disorders in Mingo coup ty. W. Va , will not begin hefor tune 1 r, at Hie earliest, Kccretar; Kenyon announced today The pn sage of the resolution authorizin' the inquiry is pending the return : Washington of Senator Johnson, o California, its author EDDIE HOOPER QUITS. luldie I former, former manage: of the Maroons, who has beet managing the charlotte team in tlv South Atlantic League, has resign ; ed his position owing fo unfavoi i able conditions, lie is now at. hi home in Baltimore. COL. GALBRAITH KILLED. (By International News Service.) Indianapolis, Ind., .June 9.—Col. Frederick W. Galbraith, Jr., commander of the American Legion, was killed early today. Col. Milton .1. Foreman, of Chicago, commander of the Illinois Legion, was seriously injured and Henry Ryan, head id the Americanization Committee of the American Le gion, was cut and bruised when the automobile in w"hich they were riding toppled over an enbank ment. Colonel Foreman is believed to have a frac tured .skull ami physicians this morning held out little hope for his recovery. I INDUSInlurLAN BIG CELEBRATION FOR FOURTH OF JULY Parade, Two-Mile Race And Other Events Of Ath. Meet. The Fourth of July will be ft bl| day In Martlnsburg Judging from tlio arrangements mads for an In dustrial flold moot by ft commutes representing four of tha city's loading Industries who bold a meet ing at tho Chamber of Commerce last night. Twelve evonU for men, seven for women and a liiisohall game between City I/eagitA team* comprise the main features of the : program. In view of the fact that tho Mar tlnshurg team of tho Blue Rldgn league plays here In tho morning and is away In tho afternoon It was decided by the committee last night to hold tho big affair at. the baseball grounds, where It will he possible to conduct track ami Held events on a large scale. Tho con ditions at tho baseball park also provide accommodations for a largo number of spectators. The afternoon's program will bo started with a two-mile road race from a point beyond lied Util, fin : islilng Bt (he Public Square. This race will be started at t p. m. and will be open to any athlete In Mar* tlnsburg, Winchester. Hagerstown. Waynesboro, Chnmbersburg or within fifty miles of this city. Har ry M. Fisher, the local jeweler, will give a sliver loving cup to the athlete who finishes In first place. Immediately after this race is concluded a parade will bo started with a local basd at the head, all contestants and spectators march ing in a body ftwm the Public Square to the baseball field. The events at the park will be started at 2.1b o'clock, and at fi p. m. or as H<x>n before as the athletic meet. Is finished the Interwoven and , South End teams of the City | Miagite will play a game. ! The other events on the program first and second prises to be award ed by tho merchants of the city, are: i Men’s Events — 100-yard daah, 220-yard dash, running broad jump, standing broad jump, lot men's race, wheelbarrow race, three-leg 1 ged race, sack race, tug ot War, running high Jump, shot put. Women's Events — (Contestants 10 wear bloomers and middy Mou* ' ses.) Baseball throwing contest, no-vai'd dash, three-legged race, nail driving contest, potato race, shoe recovery race, sack race, run nin:: high Jump, needle threading contest. The committee In charge of the arrangements, to whom entries can be made between no wand June 29, Is: Fred Cline, Miss Mabel Hale, Miss Mena Ifflle, Miss Ruth Samp son. Bernard Pearl and .1. H. Sta ples. of the Interwoven; John Minor, of the Dunn Woolen Co.; 1 Mih. Clara Frye and Peter Creake, of tlie Perfection Carment Co.; F. 11 McBee and A. Burton, of ths Berkeley Woolen Co.; and Secre tary I’fan. of tho Chamber of Cora* mnreo. Tills committee will meet again on Wednesday. Juno 29, to complete arrangements for ths meet. Arrangements will bo mad# lo serve refreshments gratis to th# contestants and the spectators, th# expense of which will bo br/rne by the Industries. REQUESTS REMOVAL OF HIS ASSISTANT General Menoher Wants Genr eral Mitchell Removed. (By International New* Service.) Washington, June 9.—Major Ocs pial Menohor, chief of the army air service, Is understood to have ask ed Secretary or War Weeks for tba removal of Brigadier General WII ! Ham Mitchell, assistant chief of the army air service. The request for the removal of ' General Mitchell comes as the rf f suit of friction of the air serv|ca ui er the activity of the assistant < liief for a united air service Slid in the controversy as to the raU t vc value of the aeropTine and ’ battleship. t.iry of War Weeks stated that ho had taken no action >.n the matter yet, but that he In tended to remove the friction which existed. "I have the highest regard for both officers,'’ he said. , SIMS TO STAND BY HIS SPEECH (By Intarnatlonal Nawa Sarvlee.) London, .June ft. Read Admiral . i William S. Sims. United States ! Navy, who has been asked by Seo 1 rotary of the Navy Denhy at Wash ington to report by cable immedi ately whether he was correctly quoted In his sensational “jackass speeiji" Tuesday when he mads , caustic remarks about the tSlnn Kelii and Irish Americans “will neither retract nor repudiate" ac j cording to an Interview with the American uutal officer piloted tu the Westminister Garette today StNUi MESSAGE (By Irtternntiunal News Service! Washington, June 9 -President Harding tod..;, sent a message of condolence to Mrs. F\ W, Oalbrar , widow or ;Vii- rnminandf-r nf ttje VmertVan Legion who .cai la an automobile styGd-fet tn i a.poUs.