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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Washington, District Of Columbia Tefr or titled to for of to h w we in paper to 41 r t i w i Herpin it a Menhir world m to cooler ten Pentore eat t7 lowest 55. 17, d4ii f Ami 81 1dat Evik obd As Mcmond Tlam matter Washin Goth. O a Washington sunday May 20, 1923. It Tuffli w Paw of. Five cents bandits captives face death pressure urged air s Colt defeats 20 for and plate uce viewed by second Vigil third Judd Nassau of Firth. Is to bile Victory for East owner was doubtful starter owing to poor showing in break Ems four Whitney horse fail to got in Money a Tarchea forced to me Victor hard at Start to get lm44 maintains it through mile anti y statistics Fly v. So Mclaur. S. To Tel Walter j. A Lull. Vol Nurr of the Tiro Dollar ombre m0.4a. 836.00 Ned of place How of v Pnra Zev Suivai Martla far. Vigil Nakaura. Nia Tare oae a thu utter a Lars. Zinsz a. 75.ooo. Id la the to a Allington Rod. R Hville ky., May f Sinclair s Zev at one time Winter Book favorite but lightly regarded Frinco his poor showing in the break i stakes won the forty ninth Kei Lueky Derby from a of Twenty other a tatters. At Churchill this afternoon before Zev i Victory if one had any horse Wile per son in this Vicinity last night what he thought of Zev s chances is would have replied Zev is Only a sprinter pay. For 92. Because of this opinion Mutual tickets on the son of the Kearney paid Tho Liberal Price of 5 u 10, 980 60 and 40, the equiv unt of 114.30 and for whether or not Zev is a sprinter a led flew practically the entire and one Quarter route in 2 05 2-6, comparatively slow time considering the fast track. This is two slower than the Derby a score established by old Rosebud in 1914 had i tired but not All out jockey t in san Rte said after the race that n Imd it necessary to urge Zev at the and that he Rode him hard u i in stretch lest Colt quit As he had done in the Preakness. Mill an Otfred length Back to third i was Winner of the areas Neis which had gradually worked is Way up from tenth Posl Tun Anil came strongly enough at this end to pass Nassau and Chitta which finished neck apart in ourth and fifth position respect incl v Ngala paid 80 and 80 place and show Vico was at the surprisingly goad Odds of so to to Flem Day few Bast. Sectional viewpoint. It was for the Bast which one two three it waa a great exp Tuckley Derby but it we not a great Darby for Kentucky Back in the Ruck with the exception Nassau Here youngsters which had c m handed the affection and the dollars f this Section in this category were widely t to Mcmillan. Prince a. Brig tomorrow was i montary applause or the Victor a s a Lav cantered ick to Hie juju 3 stand to Rozeke traditional a there have been of applause or Wetter it horse id o the Only traditional Cour Esy Zez from Racett Tiki a cold on the Volt was mostly by Kasorn visitors even Ltd Harry Whitney in the Money the would Jave men nor popular far this Torr Naii sends Bis Feest Here very in the great a Lowe elected to t n i to or an Effort to Brit i of 125 the Ifil on pm where big features of the sunday Post Are to by Nomad Nirah Hern hit it to love int tit i 1 mapazlm1 Tion How to i uni How Page 9, Socle u atm world s Shaonnon Niden tells How to i o Page 2, Pink Section Eddie Rickenbacker tells of spectacular deaths on Auto race 4, Pink Sec Tion. Wells outline of Page 7, Magazine Section. Maude Adams Back to stage in fall new York. May Adams famous act Rem who quit the because of illness in 1918. Will re turn in the autumn in a revival at her greatest Success Peter and in thre other barrel plays one of them a new Effort on which sir Barrie now is at work the evening mall said today him Adams was said to have been induced to go again before the foot by barrel whom she visited recently in England where she also Caw Rudyard Al plans and the heirs of Rostand site is expected to appear in motion picture of several of re Aland s plays and Kip Ling s besides Peter and the new Barrie play not yet named. What every woman knows and the Little minister were Given As her proposed stage vehicles Chicago mayor closes Al Tearney s cabaret Ferial to the Poat Chicago. Majr 19 Tearney head of the Western and leagues slipped a cog somewhere in is de of my Auto inn for mayor Dever today revoked Hla lace Psi and placed a cordon of police around cabaret there have a number of Vio Lent scenes in Tearney s place Steve Kelliher was recently filled there by Daniel Mccarthy a labor Leader Chat Lea Strausa and mrs Alice old Man also were shot there recently it has been a favorite Assemi v Point for politicians Tabor Leaden and monarchs of the underworld 1 when the resort was Remote de 1 feature was a dancing floor made f mirrors. Unable to see Derby girl drinks Poison a Toul to the port Chicago May 19 Irene Mead. 27, had set her heart upon attending the Kentucky Derby Anil because the Man Load reneged on my phom ise to take her. She swallowed Poison while the crowds at Churchill thrilling Over the out come of tha famous classic Irene battling for her life at memorial Hospital physicians at the has Petal doubt if will recover. Wales engagement rumoured in Cardiff Cardiff Wales May 19 by a South Dally news today prints a Rumor that the engagement of the Prince of Wales to a Young lady connected with Wales will shortly be announced it is recalled that the Prince Dur ing his recent visit in Wales the guest at Penrice Castle Swansea of lord and lady they have a daughter Olive who was born in but the paper not men Tion her name. Two Young bandits Rob pay car of Philadelphia. May Young masked bandits today held up an automobile containing three employees of the Nelson Alve company at Wynd Moor on the Northern outskirts of the City and robbed the Mot the week s pay Roll of the company the bandits who blocked the Road with an automobile and compelled the to hold up their hands while one of the robbers took the Money one of the employees was struck on the head with a pistol when he tailed to raise hands quickly use diesel engine in Auto go to Miles on fuel costing seats Abo Tiah. Gear shift. San Francisco. May Minia Ture diesel engine for has been perfected by in guiders of the Bethlehem shipbuilding corporation Here Joseph j Tynan vice president and general manager of the concern on the coast announced today the engine will propel a Small automobile 60 Miles on Svi Worth of fuel Tynan said one of to horse Power was installed in an old Auto Mubi e of Standard make at our Plant we run it several months and eliminated All of the difficulties that or Gina by appear t of fein German Haaks at new Low quoted at for a Dollar tit new York. Market n York a t Lowder Calls growing number peril to nation. Klan Rule in Prince George s charged by Man threatened music teacher warned in letter to leave county flees to Washington and sends j industrialists urge Pitt to pay reparations. Social workers complaint to Maryland officials failed to furnish him Protection. Public employment Wise invest ment he declares. Raps civil service bodies need to be revitalized in state and City he asserts if Best workers especially those in social bum Are to be of service bodies in the past have been a Block serving politics rather than a Pound Speaks. F to Lowth f t Mlay Bolds at i cent a than Fly Lyl for i tits. W for Phi Early t Bis that Only a Small p percentage of the feeble minded in America Are segregated at the present t Ime and that the majority of this class is roaming about at free will and May become fathers and mothers of the next generation was the statement made by former nov. Frank d. Low Den of Illinois the principal speaker at last night s general session of the National conference of social in memorial Continental Hall. America must face this problem bravely and segregate the growing numbers of feeble minded and pre vent their procreation of More defectives or the Burden will some Day be too great to handle and society will break warned the distinguished Niino Isan who received a prolonged ovation when h e Rose to speak. V Mutt be dont he continued b Ravely this must be done or our civilization will be found to do All things Well except provide for its own heavy As Cost of institutions May be to care for this hoc of defectives in this National yet it is infinitely for society in general to Hove this Large number of feeble minded receiving no custodial care the former governor also asserted. Public care is cutly. In this regard it was noteworthy he said that the percentage of de Pendents generally is growing in pro portion to the population the care of dependents in penitentiaries hospitals asylums and Homes according to the speaker consumes More than a Quarter of the entire Revenue of the majority of the states in the Union some Way must be found to Stop this continued the Gover nor. It is simply a ques Talon of mathematics when the time will come that the Burden 1 too great to borne toy society a whole it May be a considerable expense to the of ate to establish an Institute of psychiatry if. However that Institute should discover a method by Hldi even an insignificant percent age of cases of mental diseases could be cured or prevented such Institute would Bea profitable investment for toe state. Social worker Tae investment the social worker added to the staff of the Penitentiary or the hos Pital will add to the Alre Fly head burdened pay Roll of the state if that worker however shall hasten the time for the return of the inmate to society and can exercise a steady info influence during critical months after such return it is a profit Able investment for the state if an Institute of child research shall discover some Way by which to decrease the Ever widening Stream of the youth of the land to our state institutions it will prove a Wise in vestment for the state it is Safe to say though that whatever discovery such an institution May make will be Given effect Only by an enlarged social work revitalise civil service. Gov Lowden advocated a. Rev tall Patton of the civil service in nation state and municipal it As a Means of securing the beat Typo of social workers to handle social problems he stated that in his opinion there had been no pro grrr is in civil service since the Law went on the statute books some 50 Jears ago he tic bounced the Polh Atli the civil St Rvl re no said hat Many linking men have Rome to become that the time had arrived when Revll service rum Ltd he waltzed made to function you Annot self act b. Social worker solely by competitive written exam nation the governor without rare genre to his Possession of human sympathy tact or Ataii Luff Chan a Man can select a wolfs my such i speaker added that True of the civil service had been realised by private business enter Phao who take care to follow their charging that the invisible Empire knights of the Kun flux klan have Complete domination Over peace offi cers in certain communities in Prince Georges county my attorney Ray mond Feu Reeker last night sent a letter to Ritchie of Maryland apprising ilm of complaints made by prof Richard Paul Otelle a music teacher who declares he left his Home near Branchville my after receiving a warning from Hyattsville klan no 2 a letter similar to that sent gov. Ritchie will be Bent today to attorney general Harry m. Daugherty Accord ing to Neudecker the department of Justice will be asked to investigate charges that the Maryland klan Lias violated Federal statues in sending a threatening letter through the mails prof offered to prof Otelle claims that he has appealed in vain to the mayor of by Ausville and to certain offi cers in Prince Georges county for Protection attorney Eudock rewrote gov Ritchie is willing to put these charges in affidavit form should you desire and to furnish you with other evidence of the threats against him in the county fearing bodily harm at tha hands of klansmen otello sought Refuge in the District of Columbia shortly after receiving Tae klan warning which was typewritten on klan stationery and bore klan Seal he abandoned his Home la Daniels Park near Branchville my and came to Washington and went to or b e Dudding president of the prisoners Relief society for advice. Or pudding called in attorney Neu Decker letter mailed Here mar 13. In the Yee ence of a Post reporter protease or otello yesterday related to or Dudding and Neudecker the to vents that led up to receipt of the klan letter and what happened subsequently he showed letter he received at Wyatts Vitle Post office it wan dated May 10 Ana was mailed in Washington Mai 12 it reads dear sir tour recent letter acid newspaper clipping enclosed in regard to fear has come to our notice in past his tory Many men had fear put into their soul after trifling with other men s wives such thl Ngi will not be tolerated in the town in c on Kkt sold endurance dance wave nauseating charges Southern group to build negro Seminary. Kansas City to May 19 by a. P Southern Baptist Conven Tion in Here today endorsed the establishment of a Seminary for negroes in Nashville Tenn and approved Plen for the erection of a Hospital in new Orleans Marathon w Ere characterized As latest form of nauseating e ices mob violence whether by persons masked or unmasked was declared to trample in the dust every human find prohibition Laws were endorsed in a report of the social service commission adopted tonight the recent action of Fark in repealing its enforcement code la a disgrace to that state and an insult to the Federal government the re port said in com meting on the eighteenth amendment enforcement in new York will be somewhat More difficult but prohibit Tion will go Forward not backward the recent decision of the supreme court is in every Way Good for this cause it is a Surprise that it holds that american ships Are exempt from the operation of a Law of the United states when on the High or in foreign Porti but this easily can be rear led by the next Congress a change in american Law to sex of chop it wan in a Ion which i adopts i deportation of chinese born in Inifi country and brutal treatment of others the it port of a ii real is doing nun i t the of american Missatt n in China the n i Ort n the negro theological Norn tort a in an to he the property of St Ocilla a Ademy a ath la at Hool in Naf Thule i and to set Ald a j50 a ear for in Molnari Atlanta w is chosen the convention Cath atts Volle and the sooner Vou understand same the better it will be for All concerned so we advise you to a sons Inci what you Are doing and be most Dis Tance you put Between Hyatt Vilu find yourself the better you will be thought of in this county we might quote fools Rush in where Angel fear to tread Bible Vetiac looted. If you will read the Eleve rth and twelfth Versea of romans you will for it is written As i Salth the lord every knee shall Bow to me and every Tongue shall confess to Ood so then Ever one of us shall give account of himself to god we beg to remain in All sincerity the knights of the Kuk Lux Klar printed by the Kuk Lux press prof otello explained the klan s reference to a newspaper clipping on fear several months ago i boarded with a family in Hyattsville by the name of otello said mrs hey at times became despondent on one occasion i prevented her from taking Poison when i left the hey ser Home and moved out to Bra Nib Xelle 1 received a letter from mrs Heyzer in my reply to that letter i enclosed a newspaper editorial on fear that s All there was to it Telp Sara. And then came the letter from the klan i am absolutely innocent of any wrong doing and could not understand Why i should be driven from my Home and living so 1 went to Bee George s Phillips a Justice of the peace at Branchville i showed him the letter he told me not to worry but advised me to carry a re Volver. The next Day i saw or Aldrich Justice of the peace at Riverdale Aldrich told me that he would see some of the klansmen that very night and not to fear that be would talk things Over with them but i was unable to get of police Protection 3 i also saw and talked with mayor j Pranke Runshe. Of Hyat Uville i showed him the letter but he said could do nothing for me he told me if innocent that i had Noth ing to worry about unable to get police Protection and fearing the klan would do me bodily injury if1 i did not obey their orders i came to Washington my Vul and few personal Aplin pins behind at one time i led at Home of Cricri Ord r understand that the riot after t Joarnt to Washington men called at Andersons looking for me if i go Back i am afraid that my life would be in danger i am appealing now to the Federal authorities i Nahe Denlea klan Cottrol. Mayor Rushe of Hyattsville last night emphatically denied the Kun flux klan has set up a costing by of second Page former rep. Sweet marries Secretary former representative Burton 25 Sweet of Iowa was married Day morning in the Church of the Epiphany by the Rev James Freeman to miss Isabelle Carey who has been associated with him in a secretarial capacity Tor the last thirteen years or resigned from Congress to oppose senator Brookhart for the nomination for the Senate after eight service in the House he was Defeated in the primaries the couple left Washington shortly after the ceremony for their Home in Waverly Iowa or Sweet a widower with one daughter who is now in College he will resume the practice of Law in Home City. Synagogue lists services discussion of decalogue to be con ducted this afternoon. Special services including i discus Sion of the decalogue this afternoon will be held today tomorrow and tuesday in the Chev Sholom Syna Gogue Bible read ing a with talmudic commentary and exegetical of nays a of the commandments will constitute the program for the meeting of the Bible class this afternoon tonight rabbi j t Loeb will preach on the subject our b a Curry offering tomorrow 3 and tuesday s services will begin at 8 30 a m under the a i plops of the ladles Auxin Lary society a Shuv us festival i l be Given tuesday night in the Syna Gogue at which the children of the Chev Sholom hebrew school will be entertained Kitchin s condition grave congressman fails to Bally after recent relapse. Wilson n c May Condi Tion of congressman Claude Kitchin former minority Leader of the lower House of Congress who has n a local Hospital for Wei k Wai reported t a int j by his or kill Hon took a Sulden turn for the worn a play in so ago to word from bedside t j night it was announced that he was far f r m being Well May omit fixed totals scheme is giant Hypoth cation of productive units. Drop Hope of foreign loan Industrial financial and Commer Cial inserts political parties and labor unions to offer Security. Differences Between belgians and French Are made greater by refusal of Brussels to Send More troops into citizens oppose Paris politics. Broken off by latest demands aroused outlaws insist on Complete control of Shantung province All other troops being withdrawn. Need of outside action Post to give screen tests the Washington poet offers its readers an Opportunity to have it free screen test made by Edwin August Well known motion picture director. For particulars see Story on Page 7. 6erlia, May 19 by a. Many s forthcoming reparations proposals will stipulate definite annuities instead of offering a fixed total according to information emanating from political quarters. It is stated that the German league of industrialists is preparing a plan which win enable the government to make an offer based upon positive con Crete guarantees for which the Ger Man Industrial financial and com Mercial interests political parties and labor unions will be Security. Details concealed. Although the details of the Forth coming offer have not been divulged or even discussed m official circles it appears that the powerful Indus trial league has succeeded in convincing Chancellor Coho and for eign minister Rosenberg of their futility of speculating upon an International loan As a basis for Repa ration. Co no proposal. The league instead proposes to substitute a system of Gold annuities to be Guarani tend through the Coupe a Tion of labor unions in connection with a platform calling for increased production All around Gold is to be raised by a process which is described As a giant Hypoth cation of All the option s productive mines factories farms Banks fish Chancellor Cuno and his Cabinet Are devoting the Whitsuntide holidays to an examination of the Basic features of the. Scheme but Are not expected to reach a definite conclusion before the end of next week. It appears however that the. Government has permanently jettisoned its Hopes of obtaining a hearing among the creditor Powers especially France for any reparation plan based upon an intangible for eign loan and it is believed that the proposals As outlined above suggest a More promising solution. 4 Krench pol elea special came dupa Teh Paris May 19 differences be tween the French and belgian governments a month ago be came decidedly greater today while the Theunis Cabinet is thoroughly to sympathy Wlter Premier pol Oare nevertheless the flemish part of the belgian population sup plies a consistent opposition to Fol lowing closely the French policy As a result of this definite opposition to the Ruhr plans the belgian Cabinet despite yesterday s Over whelming of Confidence decided not to participate in further strength ening the hold on the Rhineland. Pola care i. Notified. Baron Golf finer d destroy belgian ambassador called on Premier poin care today and presented a formal refusal by the belgian government to Send any More troops to the Ruhr the French Cabinet already had decided to Serid 20 000 men but in face of the belgian abstention it is ble that the move will be postponed belgian sources confirm the desire of the Theunis Cabinet to alienating the opinion of Fleir ish Belgium. Belgian officials Here said on the of Germany s preparation of a new offer although Belgium does not expect it will be acceptable As a basis of negotiations the government does not wish to e the appearance of flouting Neutral or British and italian opinion bending Hea rein orc events to the Ruhr would sure to be misinterpreted abroad will counter new Are Safe in saying that Ger Mam b new note even though totally unacceptable will receive consideration Over a longer period and with More inter Allied conversations than tha last time Belgium hag already made representations to France favouring a combined Allied to the new offer it is Learned if Premier Poincare proves j irreconcilable on this Point Germany i offer May succeed in one i Al Dong the allies Woolf White Monz Tolu n h new Pullman service sea Ion inf Secretary t w mob St might be useful to exert pressure on Tsao says state department eign intermediaries also believed Neces sary chinese bickering imperils lives. Mutinous troops and Sale of ammunition to bandits increase peril americans and two britons die tuesday unless Rob Bers Are conciliated by that time. Two weeks ago today in the Early Morong of May 6, chinese bandits attacked an express Tram on the tents a Suhow rail in Southern Shantung looted the Tram and its passengers and carried of the Ai prisoners among them two score foreigners including brutish and americans. One British subject was killed. Today a dozen or More of these foreigners the majority americans after suffering1 untold hardships Are still prisoners and two americans and two two britishers Are threatened with death tuesday if the terms of the bandits Are not complied with. Among those captured were miss Lucy Aldach sister in Law of John a Rockefeller jr., and daughter of the late senator Nelson w. Aldrich of Rhode Island. Miss Aidrich was released 36 hours later after having spent a night in a dog Kennel. Other women did not fare so Well. Some unable to keep up with their captors were allowed to go free others Are still captured Sev eral were brutally beaten. All suffered from exposure and Lack of food and clothing. Two american army officers maj Ronald Finger and maj. Robert Allen and a Little son of each Are among the prisoners under orders from peking the Shantung government sent troops a Artst the bandits. Some skirmishing has taken place without result durig the Fig a tag the hair prisoners in the front ranks As a Protection the bandits demand Ransom for each foreigner and that they be reinstated As soldiers in the chinese army to w hich they formerly belonged. The peking government seeming j powerless has Tempo sized with the outlaws and de nothing. Foreign govern ments interested have implored peking to take effective action but have themselves avoided an Steps looking to the use of Force. In the meantime the captives held on the yellow cow Moun _ Tain Are sleeping 111 the open suffering from want of food and from brutal treatment and Are hourly facing death. As proof of their willingness to do away with their prisoners the bandits have killed number of native chinese by hurling them Over Cliffs. Peking May 19 by a. Fifteen foreigners six of them american some of them in All of the weary bruised and foot sore poorly fed and worse Clad tonight ire looking death in the face in the part Zulu Hills of Shantung province they approach the end of their second week As captives of the bandits who raided the Shanghai peking express near Suchow May 6. If the foreign and chinese governments Are unable to satisfy the brigands by tuesday that their terms for the release of the prisoners will be met and the robbers chieftain makes Good his threat two of the americans and two britishers have Little More than 48 hours to live. They will be shot As a warning that the marauders Means to Force compliance with their demands under their chiefs ultimatum sent out saturday. We Breaks off Parley. Today it was announced that Wuya pm rum Stei of who headed the Central governments Delegan to Tsao Chwang had abandoned his conferences with the Onual when be received there latest dictum that All troops be withdrawn Troin and that the Bandit forces said to aggregate upward of 8 000 men be statute a the provincial army this information brought the state Meru that the diplomatic Corpe would make new and stronger representations to the chinese govern ment and so the situation stands tonight after Fouteen Days dragged along since the train raid be r sir How fourteen men and one woman a Little mexican Senora me of a one of prisoners who refuses to leave her husband s s de

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