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   Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1927, Kingston, Kingston                               .t t Now iu wIU be published thfe Month. GEOGRAPHY History of PKICE Special discount to wholesale TWENTY PAGES XCHI. NO. 163 JULY 8KL1. VOUU To HOUSE OF MYKK.s ami galvo jIMir riutrUetlng probl Safe Quick soy FRED MYJKUS PENNY HALF-PENNV TWENTY PAG Welcome T ENCOURAGING Supposed Millionaire I r Holmes Has Property in Also Money in The Bank iFftlefe Cannot Be Traced. RELATION TO PRESIDENT Be Says That Dollars Have Already Been Sent to Him as Part of Bequest. We have .now been able to a see A taia some further authentic details iu regard to the mystery and .while these details do not provide any actual evidence as tb the authenticity or otherwise cf his supposed million pound nevertheless do provide links in r what could conceivably be a perfect- ly though story.. These details have been given us by an intimate friend of Holmes' one to whom nei speaks freely and in whom he has entire confidence. PROPERTY IN 1 In the first place Holmes is not without tifi'a in Jamaica as Jiad He has a small property in Saint with a. amounting to about seven or eight the typical small eet- .tiers lot. He also has money _----- _ __ __ _ ___ The Prince of Wales Will Sail Saturday on Visit to Canada IV. I. rable July 18. Prince of Wales .Premier Baldwin and embark at Southamp- ton Saturday aboard the steamer Empress of Australia for Canada. The party including Prince CTeorge The Priinb Minister will also be accompanied by re- presentatives of the Colonial and Foreign Prince of Wales-is expected to stay in west- ern Canada for an indefinite pe- riod but his itinerary is still in- being largely in the hands of the Canadian Govern- ment. NEW PRIESTS COMING SArSFR. KELLY -i one ot the Banks apart from anything coming from the amounting to but he is having considerably in tracing this owing to the fact of his having at various stages of his career gone under different names and so made the deposits. RELATED This brings up the question of really is He Is known to have been DOTH in Jamaica but his parents cannot be or any other except the supposed' who called on us some time ago There is in Francisco a well- known firm of hardware Holmes and and states positively that his father-was 4 but does Information wno mother Before Ais last Holmes Division of Provinces Does Not Mean Any Change of Control in Jamaica. MADEAT '.I- Naval Limitation Conference Is Now Believed to Be Within Sight of Agreement. SUCCESSFUL B Britain Would Have a Number Of Ships to Protect Trade I For Promotion of 4 Medical Research in The Colonial Empire W. I. Cable .July Wire committee has beeu ap- pointed with the Under. Secretary tlie Ormsby Gore as chairman to advise the Medical Research Council-cm promotion of medical research in the interests of the Colonial Empire. Routes and For Home p A KTHHIJ A K F West Irdla JOly Twelve 4 ton cruisers for Great twelve for the United states and eight for such is the tentative agree- ment which Is reported to have beon reached to-day at a private meeting ot the chief delegates to the tri-par- tite naval FAVOURABLE TUKN. July An official com munique which indicated that the tri aval conference has taken a Mr- was ifiued to-day the icpre- the States aiid Japan sinns in t plt'iiH-1 '1'hii rsdn y i and Hc.f i mndt.1 IB-PALESTINE TOOK BIG TOLL Prince of Wales Secretary For Cot nmes Gets Report Showing hilled And Injured in at TJio nc he -in t v i P w i was known in Jamaica as indications point to this being more likely his real name than he says he gets the name of Buchanan as tt genuine lineal descendant of James Buchan- former President of the United States. FANSHAWE'S ADOPTED DAUGH- TER Holmes' supposed legacy came ot course from. a man called William ft who died recently and was a man of great wealth. Fan- shawe had no surviving relatives but lie had an adopted a girl ir the early twenties who is a wealthy'woman and-spends a good deal of her time In Europe. One of the first questions that was .ask- ed Holmes when the news of the legacy came out was is it that no one connected with Fanshawe has come down to Jamaica to es- tablish your identity or find out your And he replied at Fanshaw's. adopted daughter out to about a year ago and came to the prison4 to see but was not allowed to do so. As the story was not then pub- lic will was made about two but the. story has only been out about six she did not. state what she wanted to see me which was probably why she was not SAYS HE GOT DOLLARS. As a. proof of the authenticity the Holmes states that the lawyers who are handling the mat- ter In America have sent him. dur- ing the last year money drafts amounting to about dollars at three different times- on account of the- legacy. He states these drafts were sent by registered but that he has not received or been informed their arrival for but he naa received registered letters from the lawyers stating that they hate been' sent and asking he received Efforts are now being made by his friend to trace these registered letters in the Post Office. Holmes himself has a theory to account for the non-arrival1 of these and COMING MILITARY MASS. Explaining further in regard to the division of Catholic Provinces which.has recently place in the Rev. Father Francis Superior of the Mission in who recently returned from says that this does not mean any change of control in Ja- or that Jamaica will be under a different the only effect it may have here being that there will probably be more priests sent to the Jamaica Mission from Boston than from York in In regard C_'' new coming1 placV three already this is not states the Su- i v- perior. This is the time of year for changes arid transfers in the .priest- hood .and possibly one of the num- ber may be but not and even is not certain. The Rev. Fr. is going away on leave on Monday. Conse- quently which he was to have Inaugurated on Saturday A very hearty welcome was given the Puke and of both nt Portsmouth and when they returned home after their six months' Australian tour. The picture above shows H. W. Queen Mary marttily greeting the popular 'little nn arrival at Victoria on 27th June. H. M. Kinfj George and H. R. H. the Duke of York can also be seen on the platform. H r 1 1 1 s li ft n H .1 a ons. to auxiliary rraii with the purpose nf t iiesa GREA T DBS T R t ION un- less Thr rereiveil -i'reary tor frum the Act J'alestine Hif h July British House in the u.hi1 colony which is growing in thf side of Paris was laid to-day l Prince of Wales. is t1 of the large residential blocks Ijave boon built by various con- to house their students while ing Paris. The Prince of Wales .Annum opened the Canadian House. will lodge 200 Tlie which will 'dents from aU'over the house 500. University City is ui situated for the Sorbonne anrt likely to become ono of regulated international in the world. Ambassador Herrick is a advocate for the building American house and subscript thai end have already amount. The.Prince of Wulea President Doumergue rit'the Palaco and later in the visited the he attended.a feto the benefit of t new univ. city. First Car Trek Across Africa of ou in Killed ightly Ibjuri'd that vi is csf .m.i1 1 'I I I ii --.I in 'LARCENY OF RUM FROM BY BROOK SUGAR FACTORY r Daniel Who Brought up manded tffitttt. SITUATION IN AUSTRIA GETS MUCH BETTER has warrant matter f M1 I I f T Th mjrally speakln damage to the two thoiiHand Llttle damp re wms of r .1 f t w M-iai fH lw t i .1 London nc in his honour hy Sir Mi liehair of the H i ion. w r P 'wo t h i M pp uur journey M dirt the pallnnt little to cod- the former hnd Bismarck and mt Averted bff if Party. HE IS REFUSED BAIL. A COUNCIL OF CONTROL. 1 Wir fruni that nava.1 Utnltatlull e is now to he withiti cf reaching Rn The p Mork to rapid pro- gress has hitbertu the of art and da mace al LyrtdH and KUO district of suffered D. W. I. Cable Telegraph from Our Spanish July district constable who isuher disorders and bloodshed chargeoV with the of rum f was averted to- the Bybrook WEB' brought up in the Resident tra'te's Court here to-day. the .three poweri concerned differ coaftJderablK Despite all efforts of the delegates to reach a compromise during the past four weeks little progress made until last week when the chief In cawuiiHisB i beted--KJDvftt The our _ I fly Joseph seriously that he for 21 nnderful in im with food and did iiy Htating that I was Prime Minister of KJ or i liii Roynl the .ITe did UU to witlUMlt Sir by the unconditional surrender of the Socialist party night be undertaken by the Father Superior. MHJTARY MASS. It is. interesting that on 31st of a Military Mass will be held at the Cathedral In which an Local will take part. This will be the first -time. In memory that such' a Mass will be and it is. expected to be a very interesting ceremony. Further details will be given later. With regard the delay in the ap- a Kelly says that there is nothing unusual in this as a good deal of time .is always taken for consideration are the appoint-. meat has of to from Rome and with Activi- ty of the thr naturalylakes some Wme. The appointment of Bishop for will be was neatly two years in being announce'd. I Recently the has. ed six new native Chinese Bishops for that where there are something lilce three million lics. other missing correspondence documents. and He says that a certain person outside who is in a position to do so is aware of the whole mat- ter and intercepts the correspond- including the drafts. ANGEL SAVED HIM. Ae Is 'Holmes is a prison- er of exemplary and dur- ing the recent prison riots he was not flogged as were so many other prisoners a quite understandable his re- KILLED IN Direct Indm Cable Kansas per sons killed and of 50 injured itt and electrical storms ''eastern -Kansas. Saturday. Heavy losses reported In many of the -storm area. Mr. P. who appear- and the Labour Federation. The set- ed for the applied for tlement of'the three days strife fol- He said that the accused was in the howed all day between Chan- lock-up for fully twelve.days and ha thought he was entitled to ball. cellor Burgomaster Bauer up to-the tinie the police had not com land the Labour Tomschisch. w ._ I f Sergeant Major Bailey said 'the-Socialistic Otto pleted tKeir case .and It would not be advisable to grant ball then. The Clerk of the Courts .said that entire dispute will be submitted on Thursday to .the Government along with Elliott Rain- Insisted should would be brought Linstead Court.-to-morrow. Counsel would be appearing in'the case and he thought it would be best for the case to-lie over.till to-morrow. Honour aaked the Clerk of the Courts if Jt would not be iniich more convenient to have the hearing of tne case at Spanish Town instead of Linstead. Clerk of the Courts .said It was most Hkely-that the case would be heard at Spanish defendant was accordingly re- manded In cOstody until SearchRed July A of Nationalist soldiers board- s the' Soviet .steamer Hehl here to- day after a thorough search ar- j. '.r six 'eight aiid one Korean 4 to be cord of good behaviour. Holmes himself attributes this to 1 the direct intervention or -a higher agency. He has become of a deeply religious habit of and told his friend that paraded with the other prisoners to the sentences announced he wap much and prayed to his 'Guardian who heard him and saved him from being Recently an Inquiry of an offi- cial and authoritative nature B m F been sent from Jamaica to certain parties near San Francisco where Kanahawe lived to find out what ac- tually Is of the matter but though this was two months ago strangely uo reply has yet been and had nothing been known a reply would certainly hgva been sent to this ntunists A'.quantity of- docu mentis also seized'. GENERAL KAI SEEK. i .July Advlcefe ed here- indicate that-General Kai commander in chief fof the Nationalists has abandoned at least temporarily his attempt to conquer the province of Shantung. An armistice of the Shantung front H vhich-is one of the main -lines'- be- DIKECTOBY OF FOUR. F -July The Westmin- 4 ster Gazette's Bratislaya correspond- ent gives the report that the Austria has a di- rectory of four coniiMising the leader. Burgo- master1 Seithe and1 Chancellor T Dr. 'Renheri to act as control pending 'the formation of a coalition ministry in which Socialist lead ers will be -represented. of. 'Chancellor -Seipel's greftt adds is his desire to retain the services of Police President Schorber whom he regarded as the saviour of Vienna but whom the Socialists regard as a tyrant. EXIPBCT t July A Havas despatch Vienna by x of Bratislava says the impression prevails In the GOT- .-the muni- j m m July of States delegate indicated at the plenary that If some basis mutually acceptable to British and Japanese could be found it would probably be possible for the Ameri- can delegation to make the agree- ment complete. Successful Anglo-Japanese conver- sations during the week-end were fol yesterday by a meeting of the of the three powers and the progress was sufficiently encouraging to warrant a further examination of ri the joint proposals before them. DETAILS WITHHELD. Details of the proposalsr -which still await the approval of the British are but the correspondent understands r that they will permit the retention of a certain amount of obsolete ton- nage which will not be iu the total agreed upon and that Great Britain will have for the protection of trade routes remote from any pro- bable'theatre of war and for home defence a number of vessels of lim- ited size which have passed the agreed age period. As a result of this has. been possible slightly decreas ing the allotment of tonnage to Great Britain and slightly increasing that to Japan to the views of these two powers Into narmony. f The earlier work ot the Conference on destroyers submarines was completed some time-ago and it is understood-that' a sktJeton of the proposed- convention into which these and the1 cruiser agreements will be iu due course be has been pre- m t pared. Hopes are entertained in London that before the conference separates some will be made to set down tounages aud gun calibres of Watt av O en rite RehmrfBJ Mr. with 0 ar In whk h he thai two compete bft niv-vffMt was most wvnre at Salt Ir- bid and Kafrinji. rorn- mittees have been earh district oit Palestine and the Acting j High Commissioner has opened nm relief fund. He states that splendid work by Police and volun- tary workers prevented undue panic and suffering in the principal centres of destruction. Recent Tragedy At Mavis Bank were ordinary is rt'hirh hail face Ift dtfflnilties- On the ney Mr Orny and Mr. John averaged 85 day thmuph rdmpletely wild try. The wnroesH of the was a triumph for BriUab as a wholr DEMPSEY-SHARKEY of Vienna on the question 'of creating ar new municipal guard of The situation appears to be constantly growing better some auttrters it is expected that the general strike now In progress will Our Mavis July 18. The tragic death of Mr. E. P. M. Jus- tice of the it is alleged shot and killed himself Saturday is fresh In v the minds of this community. The reason for tht tragedy is a mystery. It is learat that all the money he in Ms charge was f found to be ail and his papers and books in proper order t The cook stated that on .Saturdny evening Barle returned frpm Kingston and did not appear to him to be In the best of spirits. After the deceased sat In the draw- i ing and. the cook did not see him again until his lifeless body was outside the house between the garage and the coffee works. It is stated that a letter was found left by the addressed to Mr. MunnV the director of the cof- fee who had him two holiday as the coffee crop Is over P One feature considered strange July 1 that the deceased to Kingston oh Saturday in his own car and another car home. v eft Intfu Dempsoy IKIS for a fight with Jack Sharkty TUMf day thp winner of this fltfttl will be bout with Ger holder in Sep'' r a X-RAY RESEARCH Direct toudon. July a i 14 In Ray bavo beei pensions. Boti perfous tnjurio- i forced to retire men have alrendy been awarded sions by the Carnegie irdrd civil ilu-v have FORGED CHARGE. BAIL RJRFL'SKP BY COURT TO tfOliO COAST MKR CHAXT. 1th Jrt BIG BUSINESS MERGER. end July A proclamation issued by Chancellor Seipel in Vienna and brought to Berlin to-day by aero- plane places the number of killed in ttreeh the southerners and their ob- laat week's riots at forty with 300 Tien .Tain arid Peking injured. -Those arrested.as a result of the disorders number .252. f f MR. COOPER'S PENSION. stated to be operative' although it has not been announced. WOMEN'S DEMONSTRATION. Direct India Oibtt July IS.Wdmeti suffra- gists held a demonstration on Satur- day with banners flying in Trafalgar Square in support of Mr. Baldwin's so-called vote mea- sure granting the ballot to women over 21 years of age. Ttie demonstra tion was led by Viscountess Rhondda who described the meeting vas last great suffragette demonstration 'that will probably ever be It Is understood that Mr. Q.'W. Cooper who retired sometime last year as chief warder and store-keeper of the General Penitentiary will be getting his full pension. When Mr. Cooper remitted office there was-some difference between himself and the local government i over the amount of pension he should receive annually. Mr. it is took up the matter with the Secretary of State for the Colonies on capital ship units but this ques- L i has postponed until other matters are settled. FAR EAST AIR i Direct India Cable July 18.. Far East afr route of the Im- perial Airways from Cairo to Basra has during Its first five motiths op- erated with one hundred per cent efficiency. Every scheduled flight has been carried out without inter- ruption and there has been a growing In mail matter carried not only from British firms but from all parts of the Continent.'Letters car- ried in January numbered twenty-ono thousand four hundred and In May seventy-eight thousand ona hnn- Direct West India Cable Company.T July of the largest business mergers that has taken place In British Colombia in recent years that of the Btnai- gamation of the shingle manufac- The London Times of the a ir described as a' merchan' of appeared on Bow Street Police Court on before Mr. Fry undo Fugitive Offendera Act with ii counterfeit West African eun notes'within the jurisdiction o' Gold Coast colony and Mr. de Tho notes said to havo printed in this country and .import' turers of the Province At ed into West Aftlca bv a ganff of srv turers ol tne At least was arrcsi per cent of the ehingle manufactur- er at Southampton a .week ngo 01 ers of British Columbia are now in- his from the Gold' eludedJn a recently formed organlz' Inspector Yandoli. 01 atlon known-as the Mills .of British volved in the charpe. ami .-the DAVIS CUP TENNIS. African authorities rejrvr'ded.the as a very bad one. The had V-enn hiU Mr dpi Floury. said his client to-d him that i o the rhurpo and bin claim has been sustained. tired. Wait India reach the Court for sorno July three F B straight sets Crocker and Jack Wright of Montreal avenged their defeat In Havana last rte- Ccating Rogelio Paris and Raoul Cuban In the Davis Cup tennis scries here fo- Jay. As the 'result of to-day's vie- Canada will now Japan in ir i A Montreal. August ID and 20. it o a Const. hnd to t'-is on hnMnePi. Hn in p. to offpr Th'n romand.-nnd ball. r-rntr p orlous ono. .the rrtvn fdund ni-o .r- f   

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