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Amliricnn Exchange Iudicted in Nei
York. Eond for Di) rectors.
New York, .-larch l.-On evidence
iven at a recent "John Doc" investi
.ation bcd'ore Ohief Alaiistvato Mc
Adoo and -presented to the grand Jury
)y the district attorney, the Amenr
,an Cotton exchange, htIrgest of its
ind in - membership in the country,
ind six of the directors were indicted
oday charged with violating the penal
,ode by "bucketing" orders.
The individuals named in the hill,
tandolph 'Rose, Sr., of Rose & Son,
rIce president of lie exchange; 0. W.
'ratt, secretary; Angelo T. Jennings,
Uartinl Goul-ko, Edivin 4j. Patton and
taymionid Palmer, each were held in
1,000 for pleading before Judge Ros
tisky -in general sessions court oil
Two Indictments were returned, one
>f which, Ilenjamin F. 'Schreiber, as
distait district attorney, tonight rc
'ealed,- jointly charges the exchange
Ls a cov.torvation and the(six (irectors
vith having, since January 1, "crossed
ales by making contracts on the basis
>f the market quotation without in
ending to buy any cotton."
The other indictment, Mr. Schriober
aild, accused .Patton and Jennings
'with 'permitting and inducing the
micketing of orders in tihat on Octo
>er 3, 1921, they made a contract be
ween hems elves to purchase 39 bales
)f cotton at the p market quotation
vithoutl any intention of makln-g a
nurclase or deli ery."
Thle John De liquiry,''which led to
lie 'indictments, -was an outgrowth of
[)lstrict Attorney Banton's investiga
ion into bucket shop operations in the
Inancial district and the snares set
ior the investing -public by get-rich
Testimony ginven before Magistrate
fcAdoo concerning the alleged ir
-egularities -oracticed 'by certain meni
ters of the indicted exchange caused
flim publicly to express his 'amaze
nont and upon %his recommendations
he evidence was carried to the grand
The American Cotton exchange wais
>riginally known as the American Cot
on and Gtrain exchange. It was or
rantized by Joseph C. Cooper, .a South
>rn promoter, who Is said now to have
. claim of $300,000 against the 'ex
-hange. It was incorporated in New
(ork state .August 24, 1916.
It wa's brought out itt the John Doe
nquiry that many memberships had
eenl sold in the South for prices as
ow as $125, payable on installments.
[he market value of membership on
lie exchange today -was said to be un
letermined. A minimum price of
1,000 was flxed at the last meeting
)f the exchange.
A. W. Graham, president of the ex
Thange, was the only official to testify
it the John Doe hearing 'before Magis
rate McAdoo, who stated that he con
;idered Graham merely as a figurehead
n its administration.
Air. Graham asserted in a statement
enlight that "the exchange, its officers
ind brokers all strenuously assert
hat they are entirely Innocent."'
i'ery Hunmn Helig, Says Urllmian, Pro
fessor and1( Ilend of 'Ieparimn'ent~ of
IowaI City, OFek, 3-11 iml
oyalty is the striking (Iuaility of tile
low 1)0p), iPius XI, as noted by a iper
onal friend, 'Dr. 'T. L. Ullman, pro
eossor and head of the department of
latin an'd Grcek at the university of
"lie 'was kindly and courteous and a
'ery human being," Professor Lilman
"I first met Aehille 'Ratti in 1906
vhen I visited the Ambrosian library
it Milan to examine certain Latin man
iscripts," Dr. Ullmnan said. "At that
ime he was a plain 'doctor of th~e Am
)rosian' and 'acted as assistant libra
'ian. The Amibrosian liebrary is one of
he fmnous libraries of Italy and con
a n s some very valutabi'e manuseri pts,
Phese manuscripts 'were 'Ratti's con
itant compa~nions and friends. iHe
vorked with them all day long exam
ning and studying tihe 01(1 ,treasures
wvhich he loved.
"The most striking quality which I
round In 'Ratti in 19G6 was 'his atti
;u'de of resnpeet, admiration, loyalty,
1,nd deep humility towayds his au
pertior, the librarlan of the Ambi:osian,
Antoinio Ceriani, 'who even then was
il 'and w'ho died soon after.- It is
aentain that Ceriana had a p~rofound
nfiuemice on- Achille Ratti's life. After
Zerlani's death, 'Rtaatti, who succeeded
urm as librarian, 'was very active in1
aringin'g out a memorial volume of
mchotarly 'papers in Coriani's honor,
Rits attitude toward Ceriani is nc
I0'ubt' an inicatipn of one of the new
impe's chief qutalities,, 'his Aahumble
'hfRatti wae Vefy h'elpful to 'me in, myt
myorkc, not" onlys in.) 1900, but elSe ill
(007 andt 1910,'lien I revisited' -,he
Ambt'osiani' and speht s'ometime therc
in intimate conltact ith' tb4 'man.
"Classical 'hoa ~dItligg
j)hers respected 11atti for his excellent
scholarship as displayed in uilerous
learned articles. 'hese articles are
generally ,conceIned( with manuscripts.
"I possess several of ills articles,
autograpipld copies Which he sent me
t Variousl times. We kept ip a de
stiltory correspolndlence froiu ur il.
meeting in 1906.
"Inl 01W of his articles he tells about
luimmaging among soiIe Old manu
seripts and coming uponi certain frag
ments which "suddenly attracted my
zttetntlon and jiqued my curiosity."
1here you have the characteristic at
Pude of the schloair making a discuov
cry. It was a great surprise to me
that 'he left the field of scholarship
-r the diplomatle and executive. We
have one more illustrious example
to prove that scholarship is a s1)en
(11(d fouidation for any career.
"I was greatly astonplied to learn
that the new pope was nearly 65 years
old. .1utdging by the w-a." 'he looked
il 1910, my guess was -that lie was not
imuich more than1 50 at the 'present
time. 'Ile has many years before him.
The pictures recently published are
excellent likenesses. The very recent
ones clearly show the change in facial
Mr. Car Owner:
for you. We give ti
it carefully and thor.
Make New Tops
Repair Old Tops
Put in Curtain I
Make Floor Boa
Special Price on For
Repair Broken F
, Repair Bodies
Put in New Spri:
- Straighten Axle:
We make any r
Chassis. Let us go <
bolt and nut abou'
charges will be reast
It has always I
was possible to do
now and if you have
have it repaired ne
prices. You will f in
Look over your
before the flies com<
We will have ou
son. We .have an
?oller mill made. T
a flour thatranks w
x - (1110 to uis ctuange of occul
pation from tle fieli of <iulet scholar
1111) to thIt of Illore streniuotis execi
"In spite of the few vweeks I s;'ent
In his company I feel that I k'now
tile pope lilt inmately hecaluse Iwv ( It
side by Side all day long and ex
change views on matters of Colltilon
interes. lie was kindly a td cor -
teous -to ie 1111d a very human being.
In 1910 lie discussed with Mrs. Ulliman,
who accomlpanlies 1m1e, the best Iethods
of sweeping up floors without dust."
* HiClKOlIY TAVE tN NEWS *
Hickory Tavern, April i.-The farm
ers of t-his section are behind with
their furi Work.
The teachers of Ii ck ry Tavern
school are very miueh i intrested in the
Mliss Alertie Abercrombie gave an
eveling party Friday igh0ht, il honor
of Aliss Stella .lahon, aid all reported
a nice time.
Aliss [Lucile Baldwin spent the weeh
Look over this list and
ds line of work special a
Put in T
.ights Put in C
Put in N
Put in N
rds Make Fl
Boards Sell Top
d Touring Car Top Rect
BODY AND FENDE
Fenders Put in N
"enders Brace Fe
ngs Put in N.
epairs needed on the Toj
ver your car, clean* the <
t it. The work will L
JGGY AND GENERAL
seen our policy to do ou
first class work. Price
a broken piece about y<
aw before something e
d them right.
EN DOORS AND WIN!
house and see what you
[LL AND ROLLER FLC
ir mill in first class condi
his mill gives an extra h
ith the. bess grades of sh
CAN BE FIXED WEl1
Laurens. S. C.
did with homivfolks alul rel atives of
tlhis seelioiN .e are always glad .to
!v-he back hom11e.
Alle I' il k l 1i r o -w nt the
wC ni( d Nll h homefol a i )ial..
id with heIolk in Ware Shoals.
.\Ir. Joe Ilrownlee spent Studay with
.\ r .1 1 1 1r. . B. ill11
.r. C. C. Saxon is myoviig to G reen
riIl(. We hate to see theml) leave our.
Iliickory Tiavein VIssedl bats a ith.
Pri cetonl '.\Iarehl 25h, wining with a
sceor of 7 to 0. The gamate was enllIed
at the end of the lifti 111 inin1g. lsat
iteries: Hickory Taver n, Rioper and
lit: Pr Iincietoni, Trayithnai amld
Simple WireicEs Messnges.
The lI waves of wiriele.s stilionus titre
ii neen l ugly passing 1 IVt 'ugh on:'
louses nuiil our bodioes and we nelher
see, h(ter ntor feel them. Yet if ttero
he inteiposed a few strans of wirt. n
metal plate l a i tinly glowulnp :n)!
If thiese necessris be riged Ii orer,
the wireless tmessenigers will etarry
the soniid oif a voice spiea1kinig 1tho1
suids of iles away.-rooklyn Eagle.
see what we can do
ttention and will do
ew Top Pads
ivers. Get our Price
ew Parts in Chassis
, Body, Fenders and
hassis, tighten every
e done right and the
r work as cheaply as
s are back to normal
ur wagon or buggy
lse breaks. Get our
need and let us do it
tion for the new sea.
Flour mill, the best
igh yield and makes