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food old Castoria. This pure vege- (rojji
table preparation can’t hamv die ™
tiniest infant. Yet mild as it is, it
soothes a restless, fretful baby like For sale by all druggists. Be sure
nothing else. Its quick relief soon to get die genuine product with
sees the youngster comfortable once Chas. H. Fletcher’s'signature on
more, back to sleep. Even an attack wrapper, and this familiar name
of colic, or diarrhea, yields to the plate:
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* / giving turkey! And yet, just glance possible-haven’t you heard? What’s
ct l “‘ s ' ainglorious gobbler. Tender more it’s possible to choose just the
*"7 to a turn, gleaming brown from con* grade best suited to whatevr dish
N. “P 5 * stant basting though he is, he’s you are preparing. For since nature
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CORDER FUNERAL HELD ‘
Flint Hill Xothodlat Church Work
er Buried.
PRONT ROYAL, Va., November 20.
Funeral service* were held Sunday at
Flint Hill, Rappahannock County, for
Mrs. Mary Catherine Corder, widow of
Thomas Corder and a member of a
prominent family of that county. Mrs.
Corder was 78 years of age and Is sur
vived by one daughter, Mrs. Marvin
Bradford of Flint Hill. She was a
member as the Methodist Church and
one of Its most active workers.
Services were conducted by her pas
tor, Rev. Abernathy. Interment was In
the Flint Hill Cemetery.
THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C- THUBSDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1930.
WORRY SEEN CAUSE
OF RANKER’S DEATH
Kentuckian Hangs Himself
After Institution Was Forced
to Close Monday.
By the Associated Preas.
HORSE CAVE, Ky., November 20.
Worry over the condition of his bank
was believed to have caused William
Virgil Bell, 55. to hhng himself yester
day. Bell was president of the First
National Bank of Horse Cave, which
closed Monday. His body Vos found
suspended from a rafter In a bam be
hind his residence. A coroner's Jury
returned a verdict of suicide.
Members of his family, who said they
believed he was temporarily deranged,
said they had to call neighbors to quiet
him when he took a knife and pistol
to his room the day before. Friends,
quoted him as saying yesterday that
“If we had known more, we never
would have closed the bank.”
Bell had been president of the bank
for 22 years. The institution Is one of
12 In Kentucky that suspended busi
ness this week. The National Bank
of Kentucky, at Louisville, first to close,
served as its correspondent.
Directors of the Central Bank of
Louisville, an industrial loan bank or
ganised two years ago, announced It
would not open this morning. This
bank, which has deposits of about
51. 000.000, cleared through the Louis
ville Trust Co., which suspended opera
tions when its affiliated organization,
the National Bank of Kentucky, closed.
George Ewald, president of the Cen
tral Bank, said he believed the insti
tution was fully solvent, but that re
cent heavy withdrawals forced the clos
ing as a precautionary measure.
PLAN $20,000 SILO
By a Staff Correspondent of Tbs Star.
UPPER MARLBORO. Md.. November
20. —A $20,000 storage silo for coal to
be erected by Dickey Bros. In Hyatts
vllle Is Included In the list of building
permits Issued by the Prince Georges
County commissioners during the past
week. A permit was also Issued to
Theodore B. Seihler, owner, for a dwell
ing in Laurel, estimated to cost $3,500.
F. E. Phair was named as builder of
the residence.
G. 0. P. OFFICIAL RESIGNS
W. J. Maier Quits Chairmanship of
Republican New York Committee.
NEW YORK, November 20 OP}.—
William J. Maier resigned Tuesday as
chairman of the Republican State Com
mittee. The resignation is to take effect
December 3, when the committee will
meet to name his successor.
“When I accepted the chairmanship
in June, 1929,” he said In a state
ment announcing bis decision, “I agreed
to serve only until the end of the 1930
session of the Legislature.” '
He explained that he continued there
after at the behest of party leaders. In
answer to a reporter’s question as to
whether the “so-called Hoover group”
in the party in this State wanted him
to stay. Mr. Maier said, “Every one has
asked me to stay.” > ,
MEMBERSHIP OF LEGION
PASSES FORMER RECORD
236,879 Ex-Service Hen Reported
Enrolled by Organisation for
Next Year.
By the Associated Preat.
INDIANAPOLIS, November 20.—The
greatest advance membership in Amer
ican Legion history, 236,879, now en
rolled for 1931, was reported Tuesday
In a national telegraphic roll call at
the annual conference of department
commanders and adjutants In session
At national headquarters.
The Wisconsin department led the
Nation with 67.73 per cent of Its quota
already enrolled.
Special citations will be awarded the
10 departments reporting the highest
percentage of membership quota attained
as of November 18. Following Wiscon
sin In ranking are: Kansas, 63.93 per
cent: Hawaii. 59.88; Rhode Island, 54.95;
Louisiana, 52.00; West Virginia, 45.78;
Alabama. 45.64; Florida, 45.55; Missis
sippi. 44.99, and Minnesota. 41.40.
California Just missed the first 10 with
40.51 per cent.
The importance of an early enroll
ment of members has been stressed
throughout the country by the Legion
this year. The present enrollment Is
62,179 ahead of the total reported at
the corresponding time last year.
Liner Stopped to Aid Man.
As the liner lonic was passing lonely
Pitcairn Isle, In the Pacific, It received
an appeal for help for a man dying
from lockjaw. The liner was stopped,
and the ship surgeon was taken ashore
In a small boat. He treated the man.
who rallied, and gave the islanders In
structions as to nursing and treatment
before returning to the liner.
HAITI CHOOSES FIRST
PRESIDENT SINCE 1916
Stonio Vincent, Opponent of Amer
ican Occupation, Elected
on Fourth Ballot
By the Associated Press.
PORT AU PRINCE. Haiti, Novem
ber 20.—Stenio Vincent, opponent of
American occupation, Tuesday was
elected President of Haiti by* the Na
tional Assembly to succeed Eugene Roy.
The choice was somewhat surprising,
for the strongest candidates considered
previously were Constantin Mayard and
Seymour Pradel, but the race today
was principally between Vincent and
Pradel, with the former chosen on the
fourth Mllot.
Vincent, who is editor of the anti-
American Haiti Journal, Is 56 years old
and a member of the extreme opposi
tion. He is a lawyer, now serving as
president of the bar association of Port
au Prlnde; formerly was In the diplo
matic sendee In Parts and Berlin, at
one time was President of the Senate
and again was minister of the interior.
He is the first regularly elected Presi
dent of Haiti since American Interven
tion in 1916. During that period the
Presidents, including Louis Bomo and
his successor. Eugene Roy, were chosen
, by a council of state, appointed by the
President holding the office at the time
Demand
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Towels and Toilet Tissues
Prevent Contaftinus Mneaaea Spread
tag in Schools, Factories and Homes
Telephone National
5000
For Immediate delivery of The
Star to your home every evening
and Sunday morning. The
Route Agent will collect at the
end of each month, at the rate
of IVj cents per Say and 5 cents
Sunday.
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of the election. Thus Borno was given
a second term by hie own counoil.
The council, consisting of 21 mem
bers, has performed the. functions of
Parliament during the American occu
pation, being distinct from the Presi
dent’s cabinet of ministers. ,
When Borno was overthrown Isst
Spring. Roy was chosen temporary
President until a National Assembly
could be elected to pick a permanent
President. He resigned this week, and
the balloting on his successor followed.
CHAMPION MUTT DIES
LANCASTER, Pa., November 20 IIP).
—A championship contest Is a heavy
strain when a fellow gets along past
middle age. and Fred Draude, aged 13,
thinks It caused the death of boots.
Boots won his second State mutt
championship at Philadelphia last
month, and his master said he appeared
ill ever since. He died Tuesday, aged
8 vears, which Is pretty well along for
a mutt. Boys of the neighborhood help
ed Fred prepare for a funeral worthy
of a champion.
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