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   Sioux City Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1922, Sioux City, Iowa                                FIFTYEIGHTH YEAH I VOLUME I NUMUIClt SATURDAY FEB1UTAI1Y THREE OENTC HOTJSE PLANS TO PASS MEAS URE IN TWO HARDING CALLS CONFERENCE Lenders in Congress Summoned White House Next Week to Dlc cuss Plans for Financing Com pensation By David ly The will be a solder bonus this All doubt on the subject was removed when 1resident Halding today agreed to meet the members of the finance committee and the house ways and means committee to determine the method of said after talking that the soldier bonus bill would be passed by the house In two Senators at the White House would follow suit in a iort the money lie raised The probabilities are by a sale government raising the money Chairman Fordney the senate will bonds or treasury Direct luxation has practically heen though Kordncy was careful to point out that there were many ways of raising money and that congress had varying llu would not fa vor a tax on He showed plainly that hrdidnt think much of the sugges tions by Secretary Mellon that money might be raised by taxes on second class mall tobacco and Mellon had not made any recom but had listed tho ways by which money could be fartedout of the peoples Danger in More Kntlrely aimrt from the unfavorable economic effects which might result from jnore the politics the situation is against tills The very listing ol possible sources of revenue by Secretary Mellon sent political shivers up anJ down the spine of congress Tho pendulum Is swinging again toward raising the money out of tho proceeds of the allied chairman who to the White House really to talk about the bill empowering a commission to negotiate with foreign governments concerning the payment of interest and principal on the wftr made it clear that the funding bill itself no longer con tained tiny reference tp tho soldier bonus and viould not carry aiiy pi ovialorj tubout of government aid to thS war but will specify the exact means by which the be Al though the treasury Insists that the country cannot stand another bond Issue without embarrassingthe refunding oper ations whereby money Is being constant ly borrowed from tho American people to paythe Victory bonds which shortly Jiome the legislators on Capitol hill Insist tfmt the of America to absorb new securitlcn has beeh greatly and that bonds given the government directly to the soldiers as bonus could bo sold by them or the government could itself sell the new i and give cash to the veterans with out disturbing tho fiscal operations al ready in process for the borrowing of sums to meet Interest and principal of existing bond Britain to Pay Another Idea which seems firmly Im planted in the congressional mind IH that Great Hrltain is ready to ijay Interest on the war debt and that some time this autumn the first payments can be con fidently Those who feel that Urltish money will he forthcoming Insist that the American government can begin paying tho soldiers out of the treasury receipts and can apply the funds re ceived from IJngland toward the new in Tho department takes vigoroxis exception to this Secretary Mellon has emphatically op posed this scheme and said that payments received from the allied war shouldgo toward paying off exist ing Liberty and Victory This question soon arise to whether the secretary of the treas ury WH ue upheld or overridden by the Onco before when the reve nue bill was drafted Melloi pointed out that a deficit would occur unless a certain scheme of taxation was put congress went ahead and wrota Its own bill with the consequent effect that the predicted deficit Is ma terlallilng must decide whether the Judgment of tho treasury deparjmern Is right Members of congress claim that the difference of opinion Is entirely mutter of conjecture what the American people will In the way of and they claim that the treasury department Is too con servatlVB In Us un queetlonably new bond issue could ibe flouted without serious embarrassment They point to the floating of new bond Issues by private concerns and the rapid Continued oil Iaga STEALS MANS WIPE AND THE BANK ROLL Chicago Doctor Swears Out War rant for Manager of a De tective Special Dlnpatch o The a mans wife is not such an extraordinary uflair In thtse but when thu thief also takes the family bunk roll wherewith to sup port thats something else Sebastian Becker haa sworn out a warrant charging Ray gen eral manager of a detective with stealing Becker and also operating confidence gaum In order to support Becker told his story In the morals cgurt Ho said when Becker several weeks Smedley volunteered his uroiaiislanal to find AWMng to he the search led across Michigan and mill after tbe doctor had ig any definite case in Ifes ef horn thlir THE Yesterdays P 10 11 12 oclock 1 3 4 6 0 7 neathfr Is the forecast of the pov ernmcnt weather bureau for Sioux Clly and The maximum tfin was S7 The tuhmuuni was S The sun rlsat oclock and will set at THE lowa fJcnerally fair Saturday and Sunday rising temperature Smith Dakota doncinlly fair Saturday warmer In east portion Sat cuider by Sunday Nebraska Uejifrally fair Saturday and warmer Saturday colder in portion by Minnesota Increasing cloudiness Sat urday probably followed by snow in north and eastern portions by night ris ing temperature somewhat un SUMMARY 9F THE DAYS NEWS Sleuths find murder Arms envoys touches nn clews in to put on 1ttga finishing Pago Arbuckle jury deadlocks dismissed by Togo Tombs guards frustrate plot to free a 1aKO Uncle Sam to stop construction on ull Page Hallways should cut says Sec retary Page Moro troops are on guard at New Page Slightly better tone prevails In trado and Page Flrsl Strike ballot for pope causes food results In no Page shortage in Page bonus conference to llnR calls Pace life while Page Man attempts to end his testifying in own Fire In store thought to be incendiary kerosene Is Page SOUTH Inheritance tux for year IDil nets slate sum of Paso Dame g1ility of Hugo Morningslde college quintet is defeated by Nebraska Page Three athletic events are on program at Trinity college Iagc and Devlne cleared of profession Page automobile Two persons suffer broken result of falls on Itenry Shvill Is named as exalted ruler of 12lks lodge Pago rh Page Three men arrested In connection with Puna to lies Moines In Pntfe auto stripping Business boost Call Milling wheat is but Sioux City men go for supply Is Page Police believe they have put on end to Biifc blowing Methodists will revive tithe method TO raise church Moonshinerswhisky rnash clogs at North Paul candidacy for re Bandits haul stalled motorhft park Pane announces Page to lonely Page Postal savings deposits hero In Janu nrv show u marked Health situation is improving each city officials Pugc Farmers voice protest against 1022 pav ing Jagt Chicago wheat prices beyond recent high Page Uood demand for supply of killing Page pSTy C to cents more good FIND SEVENJJIUS MAKE FIFTY ARRESTS Holds Conducted by Texas Mil Forces Are Directed from in Raids by state military forces directed from an airplane marked extension of martial law In Free stone county No sooner had mar tial law been extended than an airplane flying low over the wooded sections of the new territory Under com mand of the state Signals were given from the ami state working with the state guards men and prohibition enforcement of went almost directly to the they say they found seven stills and made abput 60 n ma The work of searching for stills and suspected of violation of the liquor laws went smoothly and When unknown parties in a thicket fired at the airplane It quickly flew upwards and out ot There was no Inter with the of the raiders on v The eastern part pf Freestone In which the officersnow are In ralthor sparsely and Ihe Trinity river bottoms are thickly covered with The topography Is to be Ideal for concealing und hard or a stranger to Martial law was declared In the Atexla oil field about the middle of Nell setting forth in the dec larations that state aid was need to stop The declaration of martial law to in clude all of Freestone county Jupaine effective Jacoh In command of Iho state moved hx headquarters from MXla to Teague shortly after 5 oclock The move was the first public announce mnt of the Within ashort time after the soldiers were moved raids dl ructfdliy airplane The taken today outnumbered tho rangers and others rounding It was iiild they would bo taken to Camp Winter about half wuy between Tcaguu ami Citizens pf TcagHo offered Uilr en operation to the military A phu for soldiers was and offers of assistance In every way were Breaker MoUe la Ieter Jan of thu men who oiettped me Fulfc county Thuiu dayj iirjrcjitod at tua hotel her refujMt to dlvuARo of CONCLUDES SESSION IN A DISCHARGED BY THE JUDOr Dozen Votes 10 to 2 Conviction on Finn Ballot Case Placed on Calendar for Next Monday to Be Set for Third I1V Han The Jury in the second trial ot a manslaughter charge against Hoscoe Ar buckle decided qt the conclusion of a 41hour session that It could not agree and was discharged with the fi nal ballot standing 10 for conviction and two for Arbucklc was accused of havingcaused tho death ot Miss Virginia of a motion picture who was taken 111 at a drinking party In ArbucldeB suite here ut tho Hotel Francis on Labor and died four days later as tho a rup tured Case to Be Tried The case on the calendar for next Monday to be set for Its third Both prosecution and announced that they would favor such So wna the defense of Its position that It had submitted Its case without final This had an effect oilier Ihaii the one according to Nate one of the In a formftl thought that when the defense declined to argue H Had thrown up Its he The weakness of Us case was apparent from tho The first 10 ballots steed nine to three Cor and thereafter until the 14th and final ballot its was 10 to Arbucklo appeared to be somewhat downcast bytho IJtembers oC his family were to visibly perturbed that It was Home momenta before greeted him or his after the was The courtroBin was The Jury had been out since Ul Wednesday Two Favored t littler Nate Friedman me of the announced that those voting for acquit tal were Lee Poison and Clem The first 10 ballots were 9 to fn Then It switched to 10 to 2 and stayed there until the Hth man Thderemle Friedman Its failure to argue the case counted greatly against The fact ilmtArbuckle did not take the stand had no effect on Arbucklo has been a defendant throo lliuos once In a police court hearing on a murder charge sworn to by Mlus nappes Bamhlna Maude Dul which was reduced to and the superior court on man slaughter A drinking partv In his suite at the Ho tel September was the affair that led up to Miss Ituppos death four davs Getting a Jury and hearing evidence and 111 the secondjrlal took three The principal prosecution wit Key Provost and Alice show created u sensation by testifying they could not remember their testi mony In the first trial showed that Miss Unppe had 1 am lie hurt STEPHENS WEDS HER RUSSIAN WORKMAN No Given for Hurrying Nuptials Set for This HiKclul Dispatch to Tins New Marian Buck ingham lleam Stephens and AnasUso Andrevltcli VonsiutskoyVoirsaltsky were nmrrletl at 8 oclock In the Hus slun Cathedral of Tho diag Ifad been publicly announced for 4 oclock No announcement It was to be hurried was and no one oulslde the wedding party of aboTH a knew that It had The couple departed Immediately ably for the home of tho brides mother at Carolyn hall at Father Leonldas who per formed the denied himself to afterward on tho ground of la tiguo and not even the names of the couples attendants were Mo reason could bo gathered for hurry ing the H was that the decision to avoid the more formal proceedings which had been set for to morrow afternoon was reached a scries of conferences In which tho bride groom to bejulmd his fiancee and mem bers of her At the church it could not be learned whether Stephens Nonnan rr tho brides Norman Wcro f NEW YORKS GRIP SPREADING Health Department Reports In dicate New High Record for Now cases con tinued to spread today and reports re ceived at the health department tonight Commissioner Copeland that a nvw high record for the year would bo reached fi the 24hour report to bo made piibllc There were new cases grip ani 200 pneumonia cases reporttxl this us compared will grip and iofi pneumonia cases reported Tbwru IS deaths from grip uiul n from pneumonia listed hi todays ANTHRAX GERMS By John Slims Clly JournalChlwiKii Tribune raliln I serious hitch has arisen in the peace negotiations between Ulster and the Irish Tree Mir James the Ulster who arrived In London this gave out a stalment to tho effect that no agree ment Is possible on the frontier as mat ters stand nl Craig explained the deadlock which was readied during yesterdays conference witli Michael Col lins at saying he luul been led tp understand by Prime Minister Lloyd Cicorge and by speeches In the house of parliament that only a slight adjustment of the boundaries was On this ho agreed settle the boundary question with Collins direct without British but when he arrived In Dublin Colling produced maps claiming nearly half of Ulster for the territory claimed In cluded Tyrone and largo parts of Armagh and Derry and tho cities of Knnlslclllen and Craig wild Collins evidently consid ered tjiat he has received a promise that the people of Ulster would be allowed to Jefferson state health comijilsuloncrit ordered to Inspect ttr brushes health salU a vccen importation ot brushes contain ing uiuurax been to uiul that ona Vi ill g HIP IS DISLOCATED WHEN AUTOS COLLIDE Accident Occurs at the West Seygnth nnd Mam Streets M6 West Sixth suf red a dislocated hip and two deep his forehead In an iucl ent at the Intersection of West ml Main streets at 10 oclock Friday The nccldnt occurred when a car drlvei by Hell collided with a machine by of Council Bell wan taken to tlic 3on where his injuries ported tn be not No the Annis machine wan NORTH AND SOUTH1 LEADERS IN A P CK Craig nnd Collins1 Fail tfheir Efforts to Frontier Continued on Page ARMS ENVOYS ON THEIR FINAL LAP FINISHING TOUCHES ARE TO BE PUT ON FAR EAST TREATIES IN SHAPE Plenary Session Will Approve All for Next Jy tho AsmiJiitiil for the and frills that are to attendIts adjournment the conference llminiatlon ot ariiKimoiil and far caKicrn questions Is At a jflenury session tomorrow the re maining treaties and resolutions are to be formally and gnles arc to say goodby to one another In speeches expressing the gratification of their governments over the conference On Monday at another meeting the treaties will lie signed and and I resident Harding will deliver the conference valedictory in a brief Already tho iooKIng upon the conference agreements as cntnpllHhcd is moving to suspend work on the 13 battle ships ami battle cruisers now under luu destined for the scrap heap under the naval Tho president does not plan actually to begin the scrapping process mall the treaty lias been ratified by all the pow but he has asked the navy depart ment for Information on which an order Minpcndlng construction soon is to bo Two Treaties to Be In their final roundup of tho far east ern tlic conference leaders de rided today to put their conclusions into two far eastern treaties and a number of supplementary One of the reatlcs will deal with restriction of the Chlnesii tariff and the other will embody tne Hoot four points and the open door Both will have as signa tories all nine of thij powers represented Actual negotiations on the far eastern problems came to an end today with statements delivered In thu far eastern committee setting forth the position of the American and Chlneua governments toward thu 21 Kiild China viewed with satisfaction Juimng vnnolmuemeiit yesterday tliut group 5 and some other clauses of the demands would he but reserved her right to protest thii parts Secretary Hughes as serted that the American government still stood on Its rights In the matter as it had asserted them when de mands were laid down by Japan In and there the discussion ended without Two Treaties to Be The bnly treaties to be formally given conference approval at ple nary tension uro the two relating to but there will bo a final ratifica tion of thu supplementary reuolutloiiB that been adopted In the far east ern undjirobably an exchange of notes iiefe homeland scope of the tourpower Pacific Of ty signed Decem ber The session will begin at a half hour earlier than In antici pation of several hours of farewell Monday ho delegates will sign the nnval the submarine and poison gas the two treaties relating to China and the supplementary notes to bd attached to the fourpower 1uiIDc The agreement regarding to which the UnitedStates and Japan alone are and the sixpower rrttlv allocating thu former German cables 111 thi uro not yet In treaty It expected they will be prvnneU to conclusion In the near future through regular diplomatic It IB possible Jhut the treaty tween Japan and embodying tho ghantung may be signet ut the conference at Mondays meet Tho tw Interested delegations might desire to bring thfilr negotiations for mally to an end In the presence of ull the Tomorrows plenary which rvally will wlud up aftar txactly Vt 8 ta develop cliHounsJon on the trestles und Jt was IndlcitttU llUt would be livid to it minimum null the last vote had been Continued on iagu WILL STOP UNDEK NAVAL LIMIT 11 VESSELS TO THE JUNK HEAP Two of Six Battle Cruisers Now on Ways Will Be Converted Into Seeks Full In formation from Ily tin ApHoiliiliil lory Io a suspension of work on the Amerl an capital ships to hn scrapped under the navnl President Harding has Hsked Secretary Denby to provide him Immediately with full Information as Io the status of the ships under construc Although the president does not expect o lake any affirmative step toward scrapping the ships until all the powers nive ratified tho It Is probable hat there may bo a suspension of work m all of the vessels within a It was said at the While House today that Harding expected to submit the naval agreement and the other treaties of the arms conference to the senate with in a very few after they are He has not decided whether to take them to tho capilol In Plans or the navalilepiirtment BO far as known are for suspension of construction work on those ships to scrapped under Ihe naval limitation treaty pending rati fication of the Contracts the building of tile vessels would not be it was until Ihe limi tation pact became Ships to Be Included In the ships under constructijn and not to be completed under iRe treaty are the six bat tin ships nml four of the six One sjilp of thu West Virginia class now virtually com pleted also Is to be destroyed as a flKht Ing although not until the limitation treaty Is In Two of thiS six battle orulsciM arc to be converted Into alrplnni Final decision has not yet been nimle by the navy department as to whether two or throe West Virginia class ships under construction are to be ro The orlKinul agreement mentioned the Colorado and Washington as tho ships to bo but It seems moro prob abln that tho West Virginia will re tained and the Washington as some naval exports hava this would save more Ulan arulllloii dol lars 1 i V1 1 Conversion ft thdlWo seleeteil battli Into airplane carriers probably cannot be undertaken until the treaty has been It has been how that the department might seek au thority of congress to transfer sums now available for the completion of new bat tle ships and battle cruisers to tho con struction of submarines and auxiliary craft In thu building program uro not affected by the Among these 15 the 10 scout cruisers for which the department sought authority to Increase the Must Settle with Suspension of work on capital ships rather than cancellation of it was said today at the navy probably would Increase the oost to the government of the settlement of of contractors when the final adjustment is madu for tho breaking up of tho ves This Increase would not bo It was to the mciissary If work is to bo continued on the ships during the time tho treaty Is under consideration for The rate of expenditure now averages about a In any event tho government a dofinlte policy for the navy battle ships for the period prior to tho ratification of tho naval President llar dlfiBs rtnucaX for Information on that subject was Uiken as the first direct Mep towards the formulation of prior to presentation congress in u formal naval appropriation bill for the tnsulng JUDGE THREATENS STOKES WITH JAIL Defendants Answers Also Arouse Ire of Hts Former Wifes Hlicclul m The New itlttt do Acosta the former wife of K testified bcforu Huprcmu Court Justice Cohalan today that during their married which terminated with a divorce In had frequently struck her and hurt her very she said this was the first time she had ever given such testimony under Testifying In his own In the suit brought by his present wife for the re covery of her dower I ho aged Ire hotel owner was not only threatened with Jail for contempt of the but was forced to inaku two apol IJe also vftiit made to admit writ Ing a letter In which ho urged a woman friend of his wife to don a pair of his tights so that shemight sing for him ho are the first requlsltu to get a proper pitch to your Justice Cohalan uttered thrcut after responding to a cjucs tlon put to him by tiamuel counsel for thu as to what ho meant by the term madu a remark that Jntermyer declared scandalous and un unmitigated Thu remark Is ordered expunged from the said Justice und If thero is any further comment of that kind I shall commit the wltnossfor con iemjit of The gray haired defendant was usktd to define a lie looked gripped tho arms of tho witness and then brought forth his own definition If u man kuups a woman that makes her his If they havo been together a few I wouldnt say that U Then followed the remark to which took MAKES PISCQVERY OF NEW COMPOUND 3 of a tellurium compound that expects will i vault In doubling the motor fuel just been made by Victor professor of chemistry at theUniversity of Wisconsin Use if thu substance will rciiulie redesign of JUiulMir lies slate rail road commission handed down a decision n which slate rates on soft coal arc re luceil approximately IS per The oal rate hearing was held In llv new ratiK go Into effect as soon as STRANGER HELPTGATCH ALLEGED HOLDUP MAN Attempted Bobbery Soft Drink Pnrlor Results Unexpected Ar alleged hiRliwnynian and suspected uomohllo thUf was captured in a in a soft drink parlor at irth and Iowa streets shoftly after nfiljiight this morning by an unidentified Here Is how It happened a wnp standing in the soft drink when of James In alleged to have ap iroiched him with a drawn revolver and inriiandcd him to linndovcr his It Is was on the point of omplylng wltlt the eomnmnd when an inijcntiflcd stranger The Mantling apaprently houKht It was a between the Ih an riiort io prevent n possible jumped on Holmes Ilitrolman Herman SchnmUx appeared m the scene a moment louring he scuffle the gun had to lie Not seeing the SciimnlU arrested both Jalle and Holmes or disturbing the Meanwhile the stringer had explained the situation at police He was released and lolmes was charged In he iiienntlmo Holnus told the police that le Ifiid left his aulomobllo standing In rout of Hie jihice and asked that It bo Officers Prank Wheelock and William logers procured the automobile and were surprised to find the claimed ly Holmes to a touring An nvcstlRutlou disclosed the fact that he machine was the property of 1803 Douglas The car was from Fifth and Plerco jarly on the night of November RAIL RATES ON SOFT COAL COAL IN IOWA IS CUT BELlfeVE REVENGE MOTIVE FOB KILLING THINK SLAYER WAS A MAN CHECK BOLD PLOT TO MURDERER HACKSAW BLADES SMUGGLED INTO TOMBS FOUND IN CELL Negro Slayer Two New York Planned to gland Hollywood Being Baked for Evi dence Which Throw on Mystery Prominent Movio Stars to Appear nt Edward Hpeclnl Djfitmtch to The TJOS murder of director in chief for the Famous tonight remains as great a mystery as when his nody was found in Ills home early Thursday Police are con vinced that revenge was the They are Inquiring Into two possihlo underlying because and resentment over some action by Taylor Efforts to locate Kdward former secretary for aro behiBT His discovery Is declared of the utmost The police did not nny wlvether Sands was sought merely as a witness or for some ollmr Sands Is declared to been In Los Angeles within tho last few The former secretary had not been In h city for several months fact the police wcn seeking him on i complaint of forgery made by The director charged Sands vanished Tlter forging his name to a and hat money and other valuables dlsap icured at the same Police are also seating a man said to u a New York the friend of a movie whose mime they will not He came hero from the hey shortly after the actress1 To Call Film lilm stars whose names arc hrrnghout the world and the men vvhn orenle and direct their fijmament will be tVitnesses attho Inquest They nclude Aliibrl who railed on Taylor surly Wednesday and HTho peij naps one of the pcitsonH to him alive Mary Miles another Vi ho formerly was directed isana Charles Chaplin whocallea Whllo on Way to Sing Dlsiinlcli to Tho New of a bold plot to freu negro slayer of two police an op portunity to make a break for was disclosed today coincident with the sentencing of Untidy to die during the week of March In he electric chair uid his departure under strong guard por HiUK King It Iftirnei that two hacksaw blades ind a spoon which could have been Uto a knife or danger were smuggled to tlie negro murderer In the Tombs prison ftoddy secreted the blades In iioln In Ihe wall of his cell and told deputy after their that he had intended to saw his man acles on the way to Discovery of the plot was reported to Warden who had noddy put In a solitary cell and guarded all last ilKhl by two Noddys Hlster yesterday took Ihe Tombs some new for him to wear to the death Among the articles was a pair of new patent leather low Uoddy accepted tho clothing and gave the shoes to another prisoner as an act of The other prisoner found that the though had torn mil reported muster to a It was Ioitnd Hoildy had taken a hack law blade eight Inches lopg froin bc ween the layers of leather In each Then he had made a in tho wall of his cull uiTdcrneath u ind suspended the saws In tho hole y a piece of Justice WasscrVogcl ordered an Investi gation into the attempted HUNTING FOR A MAN TO TEACH Vollva Wants a Competent In Btructor to Spread His Theory that World Is Won astronomy teachings of Wilbur Ulcnn over seer of the earth Is sur rounded by a wall of arid covered by a canopy In which the sun und moon are hung llku now need only a competent instructor to spread the docliiiiR outside Vollva said lie Is hunting for u mun to leach Bible astronomy in the Xion I will hack the rlyht man give lUm a good salary und a comfortable Homo and wo will print books and pam phlets by the hundreds of thousands and will muke these Copernlcan fools run for Vollva Anybody tliul could believe tho earth s the shupc of an and that one man Is standing on one tddu with his lieud down and I am standing on thu other side witli my head und thut tho whole thing Is rotating on uxln at miles an moving In orbit the rale of miles a and everything is shooting off towards Her certainly Is some all I have to MOTOR TRUCK WITH DYNAMITE WRECKED motor truck loaded with more than ppuulti of dynamite skidded on plunged over u railing wall on the Hhenundoab vallty pike today ut Vlshisrs 11111 unit rollijU nearly t0 fret to thu of tne Thu dynatnllo did not but the iitgro who bt suld to liavu uaouptcl has not been seen wince thu au t VVmthlngtOPi 3 Kdwsrd ot second asalitt unt who wag fatally injured In fQllawsw of the Knlckur lamjj nftwww Pougiaa Mac Charles a moitlSn picture Clwirles manager of tho Fajnous Others summoned to he cluded clmuf uer fw who drove her o tho Taylor bungalow apartment Henry valet of who found the iody yesterday morning a and The figure of Claire novlng picture was rudely thrust nto mystery In murder of Wil Inrn Duncan shot to death in ils home Wednesday Miss Windsor Is but one of a number of movlo player stars playing In the limelight turned on tho Hhe shares tho stage with Mary Miles Mlnter and Kdna A week ago Wednesday night Tay or and a prominent moving picture star allod at thu homo of Miss Windsors In Third ave and asked to take Claire to a it the Ambassador It Is declared that Taylor some few days later took Miss Windsor to another party and that nothing was hturd of her again unlll yesterday morning some hours after Taylor was found cold and stiff In his luxurious a bullet holu in his Miss Windsor Miss Windsor could not bu located to Her mother said she was out on location with Marshall a di At the office of Hitdirector this It was was on but not Miss Just what connection there may lie between the murder und Mlus Windsors unexplained disappearance from K there bo any could not bd Cronk could give no My daughter knew said Cronk but the first tlrne she over went out with him was this time a week ago Wednesday Taylor came with an actor whom I do not I thought nothing of for a long time ago Taylor was her and besides Claire goes out to dinner parties and dances nearly every Tho ways of tho muvlos and not for me to ask questions I had not seen Clalro since not until this I thought nothing of You sen she him a 3 years and he disturbs her when she sleeps at Ho she has had a couch put In at her and she sleeps there In and no baby crying to wakeher When she didnt come home I wasnl particularly worded1 thought WHS Continued on Pago Two J BERLINS FOOD SUPPLY BEGUN TO WANE Shortage JJue to Strike of Kail Occur it Hloux City Tribune part of tho telegraphers union workers various other unlonx continued their voting on going out to the striking the goVernment realized thu eeil OUBH88S ot Its today will a Parley with the This wltU the and subway strlUo and tlui surface VAV employes ready to go out liua only three days food und fol lowing tho bltourd Is Crowds struggled today to get places street curs to go to the wiuve ofl thlire wwiw Ihti tu Ifdf   

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