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I Vaiatha flatlu, flfcuta PAGK8 Thursday Morning, June o, IQ2I. . HREATENS LABOR T BUT LEADERS SAY NOT THEIR FAULT (By Aanoclatrd Prtn) Chicago, June 8 Warning that the acceptance of wage reductions was in the hands of the rank and file of employes the Railway Brother- BAPTISTS TO HEAR ! PROGRESS OF NEW WORLD CAMPAIGN t ' hood chiefs today disclaimed respon-1 sibility if the men refused to accept j a cut and "a stoppage of triffic" re- j DesMoines, la-, June 8 Fufly five thousand delegates and visitors from Baptist churches in this country and guests from Burma, Assam, India, China, Africa, Japan and countries in Central and Latin-America, are ex pected to attend the fourteenth annu al session of the Northern Baptist I Convention in Des Moines, la., June 23-28. Progress of Northern Baptists in suited. The strike suggestion was i work at home and abroad through I thpir New WnrlH Mnvpmpnt. rpnnrts made by L. E. Sheppard head of the i ... .... .. conductors, and W. G. Lee, president 1 of ""Po" mvest.gatmg commit- of the trainmen, in opening the Big I tees- decisions as to the course of the Four testimony before the Railway churches in meeting changing social Labor Board wage hearing today. and economic conditions, and other They were followed by W- S. Car- vitaI subjects will be among the mat ter, president of' the firemen and ters to come before the convention, enginemen, who developed a new One important feature will be a re- field of evidence in behalf of the en- P" y v- ur. jonn x. Aitcnison, KABERTRI TO A ES LIFE FILE (Br Aaaoclated Prraa) New York, June 8. Weak from loss of blood after she had jabbed a nail file into her wrist, Mrs. Eva Kaber, fo Lakewood, O., accused of murder in connection with her hus band's death, was carried into court late today and remanded to the Tombs prison to await extradition to Ohio. A matron at the Harlem prison to which Mrs. Kaber was taken after her arrest here Saturday, found blood flowing from her cell shortly after midnight. Investigation showed she had attepted suicide. Physicians pro nounced her case not serious and treated her during the day. Meanwhile her daughter, Miss Ma rian McArdle, also indicted in con- Almost disregard- director of the progress of the $100,-1 nection with the slaying of her step- iamer, uan naper, remained under custody. Governor Miller today grant ed extradition for both the mother and daughter- gine service men ing the cost of living and outside wage argument used heretofore, Mr. Car ter presented voluminous data on the hazards of his clients' employment, and on what he called their "losing fight to maintain an adequate wage standard." The attitude of the railroads in at tempting to cut wages and the labor board reduction'order of June 7 would be the responsible causes if the train and engine service men vote to strike July 1 when they meet here in con ference, Mr. Sheppard said. CIVIC CLUB WARD ONE An interesting meeting of the Civic Club of Ward One was held at the court "house Tuesday evening. The meeting was called to order by Miss Alice Hutchison, chairman of Ward 1, in the absence of the president- The civic yell was enjoyed by all. H. F. Leeks was elected inspector of Ward 1. Knowing Mr. Leeks to be a public spirited man and always in line for city improvements, his election was received with much pleasure by the club. Mrs. E. CI Jackson was then called upon for the civic club lesson. The club then decided upon the violet as its flower The work of the civic club canning club was exhibited and elicited much praise from the children who request ed that Miss Sipprell give another demonstration. The club regretted that the meeting of the city council prevented Alder man Gay and Rowton attending. Following a motion to adjourn, the civic club yell was given and all ex pressed their delight at the success of the meeting. The club will hold its next meeting on the first Tuesday in July at 7:30 at the court house. 000,000 financial effort to support all branches of the work of the Northern Baptists for a five-year period. An other event will be a celebration by the Woman's American Baptist For eign Mission Society of a half centu ry 'of work in the Orient. This will include a jubilee pageant, exercises showing what has been done for wo men of the Far East, and will bring before the convention several leading women of Oriential countries who are guests of the society. Base ball Results NATIONAL LEAGUE At Cincinnati-New York, rain At Pittsburgh, 16; Boston, 4. At Chicago, 8; Philadelphia, 11. At St. Louis, 4; Brooklyn, 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston, 1; St. Louis, 2. At Philadelphia, 7; Chicago, 9. At New York, 4; Cleveland, 3. At Washington, 6; Detroit, 2. "Let B. 4 B. DO IT." 8-9-t SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Mobile, 2; Atlanta, 8. At Memphis, 8; Birmingham, 12 At Nashville, 3; Little Rock, 14. At New Orlean-Chattanooga, rain. FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE At Jacksonville, 3; Tampa, 7. At Orlando, 5; Lakeland, 8. At Daytona, 8; St. Petersburg, 4. , SANITARY INSPECTION In accordance with tha Mayor's Proclamation to CLEAN UP, the Sanitary Department of the City pledges its support in every way pos sible, and beginning Monday, June 20th, I will make a thorough canvass of this City with a view of ascertain ing that all premises are cleaned up Dr. Geo. S. Davis, Sanitary Inspector. 6-9-4t Two More Under Arrest . (Ily ARHiii-lnted Prena) Cleveland, June 8. A man whose identity is not disclosed, was placed under arrest tonight on the theory that he may have been the slayer of Dan Kaber. A second arrest today was that of a woman whose name also is not disclosed, who was arrested in Sandusky early Wednesday morning by Cleveland police, who made a hur ried auto trip to that city- This woman's connection .with the case, police believe, was the furnish ing of a slow poison to Kaber during his illness, and later to find some one willing to inflict the fatal stab wounds. When the police arrived at the Ka ber home the night of the crime the victim made the statement that "a man with a cap did it." z z z TESTIFIES PHYSICIAN WHO SHOT POLICE UNBALANCED (By Annorlnted Prraat Lexington, N. C, June 8. The de fense continued today to offer testi mony ' designed to show that Dr. W. Peacock was mentally unbalanced at the time he shot and killed Chief of Police Taylor at Thomasville on April 15, Dr- Peacock was placed on trial on a charge of murder yesterday. Dr, J. T. Burrus, superintendent of a hos pital at High Point, was the princi pal witness for the defense today, He testified that he had not consid ered Dr. Peacock normal for two years and especially for some months prior to the shooting, 1" nUAlHJSK fUKEUAST Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday. Showers Come Take a Fresh Grip America and the world now face sterner necessities of construct ive effort m distribution than in any previous period of business history. , Marketing s in a state of flux. New ways are crowding out the old. Fresh ideas are replacing yesterday's customs. Plan and precision are triumphing over rule o' thumb. The advertising prizes of a changing business day will gravitate to thinking, studious men. That is why men who sell things, and who make things which must be sold, plan to attend the Great Business Class Room of 1921 the Seventeenth Annual Convention Associated Advertising Clubs of the World Atlanta, June 12-16 There advertising men will take fresh grip on the business fundamentals aith, Integrity and Industry. They will exchange views, discuss ideas, inspire others, even while they themselves absorb inspiration. This advertising meeting promises worth-while values to serious-minded busi ness men. They will turn to it for guidance and counsel; they will find in it relaxation and fellowship. Join them in June. Exhibits of Domestic and Foreign Advertising, demonstrating the use of practically all recognized mediums, and arranged solely with a view to helping the convention delegate, will be a special feature. This alone makes the trip worth while. In June, Atlanta is at its best. High on a ridge between the Gulf and the Atlantic, fanned by cooling breezes and clad in gay summer attire, it is, as proved by United States Weather Bureau reports, a delightful place in June For complete information as to railroad rates, hotel reservations, etc., please address the ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBS I io West 4oth Street, New York City Atlanta is famed for its hospitality STRONG. MEN TEARFUL TO MEMORY OF MART VR (By Associated Prcu) Durham, N. C, June 8. Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska was almost overcome by emotion at the close of his speech this morning when he de livered the annual commencement ad dress at Trinity college. Tig closing words were a tribute to former Presi dent Wilson and as he reached iis pinacle of eloquence, describing the former President as. "the nation's greatest martyr," tears came to his eyes. As the exercises closed General Julian S. Carr, who whs seated on the platform, approached the speaker with tears streaming down his face and taking Senator Hitchcock's hand kissed it. Lake Butler Tuesday night. Mr Townsend owned extensive real es state in this county, and made his fortune here before moving to Lake Butler. No announcement of . the funeral arrangements was received here. W. C. TOWNSEND DEAD News was received here yesterday of the death of W. G. Townsend, well known in trTis county, at his home at Several Hundred Bunches of BANANAS FOR SALE By the Bunch $1,50 and up By the dozen 2oc and ,'i5c Car at corner of Eighth and Lemon An Advertisement Helped Her. Mrs. Lucille Mackey, 16 Buena Vis ta St., Washington, Pa writes: "Last winter my 3-year-old girl caught a bad cold which left her with a dry cough. It bothered her most at night and she would cough until she vomit ed. I think she must have had whoo ping cough. I saw an advertisement for Foley's Honey and Tar. I tried it and bought two bottles and her cough left her before she finished the second bottle. She had gotten awful ly thin, but now she is as fat as ever." For sale by J. H. Haughton. Zorn's Transfer THAT TRANSFERS Baggage, Furniture and General Hauling Reho-Paste For Asthma, Croup, Pneumonia. Ask Your Druggist CHICHESTER S PILLS Fllla la Itea and tlal mtuuiA hoip. tailed rtla BlM Ribfcon. V Tk mo acta. Bar af jwmr V Rlft SIPS8-" years known as Be, Satof. Always Relitbia SOLD Blf DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Service Our Motto W. H. Zorn Phone 56 Stim-U-Plant A highly concetrated fertilizer jn tablet form, especially adapted for house plants. ALL SORTS OF SEED IN SEASON Mann-Hodge Seed Co. Seed and Poultry Supplies Palatka, Fla. SECOND-HAND TYPEWRITERS One L. C. Smith One L. C. Smith One Underwood One Royal $60.00 $50.00 $45.00 $25.00 Sold on easy payment plan $5.00 additional CHAS. E. ROWTON CO. SPECIAL VALUES If you want big special values go to EARNEST'S DEPARTMENT STORE June is always a big bargain month with us. Hundreds of items have been marked down. You can get Silks, Cotton Goods, Household Goods, Notions and Ready-to-Wear at Money Saving Prices. Remember, your dollar will buy more than double the amount in lots of goods it would a year ago. We invite you to come and look over our BIG BARGAINS. EARNEST CO. OpenS:30A.U.CloseOP.M. ' 'We Close 1 r. M. Thursdays In'J X f i ... ... . .., "". r':r.