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(JHRONICLE THE TENNESSEE TIMES 1 CONSOLIDATES CROSS VILLE CHRONICLE f lS9S VOL. XXXVI CROSSVILLE, TENNESSEE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29,1922. No; 1J EUROPE'S BAO MANNERS TOWARD YOUR UNCLE SAM SPLENDID SINGING TO EXTEND MAIN STREET SATURDAY IS FATAL DAY AND BUILD NEW ROAD I TWO WILL BE DEFEATED WRITE NEAR EAST ESSAY AND WIN PRIZE BE PART OF REVIVAL Eogland and France Immentely Bene-'Noted Leader and Soloist Will Direct fitted at Expense of This Coun try, Lack Gratitude. The exeprience America is now hav Singirig at Baptist Revival to Begin Sunday. Arrangements are being perfected very promising. One of the interesting features ol ing with the allies relative to being for the revival which is to begin at reimbursed in the sum of $241,000,000; the Baptist church next Sunday, and for maintaining her troops on the : the outlook for a great meeting is Rhine affords proof of the' wisdom of her refusing to go to Genoa and furnishes additional evidence of the the meeting will be the singhig under necessity of this country remaining i the direction of Carl M. Cambron. entirely aloof from European affairs, j Mr. Cambron is one of a great force The allies agreed to reimburse this of gospel singers employed by the cnuntrv for maintaining htr soldiers Baptist Home Mission Board. This in Germany. This agreement was en j Board for a number of years employ -tirely apart from and independent ofjed only evangelists for the purpose the treaty of Versailles. The allies 01 noiuing meetings in mmc pidi.es now repudiate that agreement and but later realizing the great im insinuate that the United States must portance of proclaiming the Gospel sit in an international economic con-;m song, it was uecmea 10 empioy ference and "dicker" for her money1 men of ability and training as Gospel or agree to recognize the Versailles singers, ana iur. ainuron ior some treaty if she expects to be paid what! years has been one of this staff.- He is due her. nas llaa wonuenui success in mis -This position of European nations ' line work, having worked with which compose the allied powers is I some of the strongest Baptist fircttincr a trille tiresome and Ameri- churches in this state and a number can people are almost at the end of their patience. The iinush characterization of the United Spates as mercenary and grasp ing simply because this nation asks to be reimbursed for costs which she incurred at the particular request of . the British government and other na tions comes in bad grace. . It is a matter of history that Great ; Britain cashed in on the European war to a greater extent than any other power. As a condition of the armistice, pre v liraianry to peace, she demanded thav. Germany- gjve up all her navy, which left Great Britain absolute mistress of the seas, which has always been her ' chief national policy She added vast territory to her already broad dominions under the thin disguise of mandts.',,,Thj territory increases immensely, he'r resources of, oil and,, other natural resources and insures her tremendous income. She also secured absolute control' of the Medi terranean, the' Dardanelles and the Black Sea, a thing for which she has plotted and fought for generations., i .rrance obtained the tremendously Good Surfaced Road to Be Built to Outlook for Heavy Vote Cumberland Mountain School North of Town. mary Saturday not Very Flattering. in the Pri- Three Prizes of $500, $200 and $100 Are Offered: 1500 to 2000 i Words. CARL M, CAMBRON, W ho will direct the music during rich porvmce of Alsace-Lorraine and the coming revival. valley of the Saar, rich in coal and -- mineral deposits. She also obtained 0f other states- Not only has he rare mandates to valuable, territory. ability as a choir director, but also It has not been dwelt upon much his solo work is of the. highest type, in this country because the United With a splendid voice, carefully train States has been disposed to exercise ec seemingly untircing and with a forbearance, but it is nevertheless a burning passion for lost souls, Mr. fact that Great Britain charged the Cambron no doubt will prove quite United States rental for all of the an adjunct to the meeting. British ships which were used to Rev. Creasman and his congrega transport troops to the front to help tion feel that thev are Verv fortun- out when England had her "back to ate in securing the services of thisi"., " n( T..,. ,iv ..,i tu., iinWei naiH -j i..- ;,istate ot lenni mc wait, anu w,, man, anu ins cuming among us win At the last meeting of the ChanVbet Tuesday of last week was the last' Announcement has been made hv of Cemmerce the question of building day for candidates to announce' for t,le Near East Relief of a nation-wide a good surfaced road to the Cumber- ( the coming primary election Satur- es3ar or oration contest among high land Mountain School two miles north day to select a candidate for trus- school students for prizes offered by of town was taken up. A committee tee to be voted for in the coming Hon' Henry Morgenthau, former U. consisting of N. D. Walker, Rev. W. August' election. No new candidate.: S. Ambassador to Turkey. H. Blue and S. C. Bishop was named ( entered, all of the three avowed can-; Mr Morgenthau has offered $2,000 to see the property owners thropgh didates J. L. Burnett, H. V. iDerrick to hc distributed among the prize", whose land the road is to be extended and R. A. Powel paid their part of w'"ners. Three prizes, ot.e oi 500, and secure the consent to the build- t,,e expenses of holding the election one of $.200 and one of ?iuo, will be ing of the road. The committee was a'! t race is now confined to them, awarded the authors cf the essay or also directed to see the County Road, w "h the fr ends of all three claiming oration adjudged to be tne bet in Commission relative' to extending aid. success at the Dolls. General J. R. Mitchell is one of the anouid :aturday be a day tne country. A hrst prize ot $15, a fit to second time 01" Sit and a third nri7e - - - . J w 11 VI ... , , . , , . , n In,,, li . principal na owners tnrougn me r uanger ot the vote be- of $S will be -.wwiol in each slate. il'ttU 13 IU UC CAltllUtU, VV 3 ten , . 0 launcis iirc mUCtt DC lie readily consented to the building . with, their plowing and but specified that the road must be-? slow to knock off for A tion, csneciallv .. . . . . . " v J ...... - rf. u'yv mvic I if i . ..j ui. One ofFiro' fnr ,..i.:..t. . . . - - ' --- - . , v jlilli a the comincr winter. Tames Smith and ornate. J. N. Dyer and one other owner are T'if sub-committee composed of T men 1 not only felt to be ready to grant the )y- Norton, N. Smith, C. B. Turner in. TV Accora'ii,: t" the aniioirnetncnt tn l.'l, I I. , 1 . . 1 , but specified that the road must be . ow .o kaock off for the elec- -tendc-n- ,hri,fehc,.t the Uui.cd surtaced and not simply graded and - especially, since there is onlv States. :md can- be, conesta i:s inu.ii rviai! 01 diver their essay or oration a' h 1 (nm, ence exercise or nihrr iub!u i:al"Cr- t . .... . . . , , i r ' t ; " ... iPr t' ' , uiner, mg. ine topic selected must present right-of-way for the road, but will Jere Morrow and D. V. I.undy wil snn.e hase nf the inri..trial. nolit.Vat lend suljstantial aid in construction. "ltlt a' noon, Monday. Anril if, r,,t :..i 1 ,;..i t.. (.encra M.lchell also stated that he ass the vote and declnro the nomi k,y, Armenia, Georgia, Syria, Pales- "u"" "r"u -u ti.e L-uuu- , -wa.v nas me money to tine or, other adjacent regions in ing of the road when work was once J,l-)..ecry person who mav assist in ...u.'.k a.o,;o., ,i;t . k hAIrfm il 1 . . VV U1VU Lilt i lllltl IV.U1I tVWVl launched. ' UU,UI"S nie election, but he As the road now runs there are two Pa.y any one until after th suh.mm. u u:u. 'i- : u:u .u i railroad crossings, one of them a verv mittee meets and he has hA"u""' l".V. l.wo .V"1 l t. l J tr mit. .1. . . " vnantc will De ellglDie. dangerous one. By the proposed way up the complete' list of those The winners in each state will be oorn cross ngs win oe enminatea ana election, it ,s ,lle Qe peucted b a gtale Committee. The ; that great danger removed. It v "re of a, candidates and the sec National prize winners will be select-! proposed to extend Mam Street in a rC'ry also that in everv instanr ,h. -i c Vi. . u . direct line to an intersection of the proper person be naid o.o.v.-.... -.. r , .i f. ,w-.-Mf ... m,u!a i.. to hold h. J Z'r: .-OB,.""K a committee oi judges consisting u.- f " ,. 'il JX. I": th reOT ;.'; u"j. 10. tnat e.,ld a.lr Albert Shaw, Editor of the American hamuli. ins win ivuuc i.vu3iuiaui , 4 0 ..... . s w no assist grading, out wiien ger from the railroad removed, but school wil be considerably shortened. laKe steps to send all' V ... 7 hnldinir fi, , V. " i!i in Keview ot K'eviews, iawrence ad do it, hen completed all dan- holding the election should not fail irditor oUhe Outlook and Prof N. t,. "1 a. road will not only be to '.m th.ir names to the Tally Sheet Kngelhardt, of Columbia UinverSity; the distance to the and the off icer of the Election should The contest in Tennessee, will Jfe i-onsiderablv shortened. laKe Mens to send nil tl, . fi.i..!. .... r t- - ' .cS4a . pletcd. The entire distance to be-ifir- fnight result m a very material change plans for the contest -have - beeif laccn is approximately two nines, '1. DON'T FALL FOR THE BOGUS STOCK SCHEME " .ruTntr ,u,nP'caant- made under the direction of the, Na- fSfr I? f'cer -vvho holds the elec tional Educational Committee of the h Hn v .V ;', lld-,eel u Near East Relief, of which. Dr. John sent i n 11 f tha, ,he' returns are H. Finley, a former New York State sent in promptly and act to that end. Commissioner of Education and now The r..u a . - with the New Y6rk Times, ischairman '"fTar,, August election will Other members of this committee are thU vear I,?. ,i d?y f th? month V- McMurry. Professor of Elementary noil tlx 'tX h Y rc,'lu""e1s l',at Education, Columbia University, Wil- ?hi efer, n Pa'-d 60 lays ,,efore Ham M. Davidsen, superintendent of who In 2 Srne.,'S- t0 V,?teV those schools. Pitlsburg. Pa.; Dr. Charles W J, " their P tax f0r Kliot, President-Emeritus of Harvard Mrre Ln, "ne, 3' wiU ,,e University; Philander P, Claxton. for election in Ih 11 the, ru,ar mer United States Commissioner oi fonowm'nc v Education; President Harry Pratt Jud v. -..w Tnintee r 7 """, son, ot cnicago u inversity ; rrcsiucui partment of State that the illegal rSrr!t ri. t a' Co"nty T5Ierk a,1(' Ray Lyman Wilbur, of Leland Stan sale of stock and securities in the H n,nILi .ReP'5an ford University; President John H. T. ..I" . . "l-lc l'rimary eiec- Mail, Gf Grinne College: and Presi All Who Offer Stock for Sale Should Have Permit from Secretary of State. A word of warning to the stock purchasing public: Information has reached the De has greatly jn- Hons will be held to select Candida es 1 "V,"' " Tu. "X VT' """f . the bill without quibbling. France ue a rare treat to the neoole of Cross- creasea, ana tne secretary ot otaie mcmoers or ne oeneral Assemb- i; rnf.ITP Q C TT. ... , ... . " " V'- No investment comoanv can leeal- u.. ' c . lc "ce t,lat Po" tax :iy offer its stock or securities for . r, . " '" . rtl"irea to vote inc uin wiiuuui 4UIUUIIU5. i IO..WV, oe H rare treat to tne people oi vross- ' p. r, ., -.t.hiu- a f v, fiiM ,toAmnt Wi viovemor. Kai road rnmm c.iAnH the lnad used for trenches to house all the churches will co-ooerate in! hearing on this subject: representatives in Congress and U. United States troops winch went to making this revival a true success, the rescue of the French republic. Moreover, when the United States, after the war, prepared to return to this country .ill sorts of supplies and machinery which had been sent to France with ; 1 1 o American forces, France informed the American govern liieiit that if such equipment and sup plies were removed she would charge Trustee the United Slates import tariff (which Hurst, she had iot hitherto asked) on all Circuil goods, and would also charge an ex port tariff for their removal, which would amount to $500,000,000. -She also represemed she needed the supplies to rebuild her devastated territory. .DISTINGUISHED MASON DEAD. WON NOMINATIONS At the Republican primary elec tion held in Fentress county Saturday the following persons were nominated G. B. Hill, Sheriff; James Under, ; M. L. Creer, Register ; C. I.. County Clerk; V. T. Haines. Clerk. COAL STRIKE. Word was received here yesterday m this primary, wh are under 50 years of ao-o n.'i,,,', that Major W. F. Foster died in It is 600 .000 now regarded as certain that sale in the state of Tennessee until it 1 1 : r- .1 1,' .1. Til.. a T .. ... icceived permit and licensed, its pV;: ', Y "omcn a,,Ke- agents through th.; office of the Sec- ' r Y (,(? no PaV Poll tax relarv of State. Any company selling lXvi 7 A":ust 'l--'et foil stock in Tcnncsse which has not com- T' 1 1 J' 0,'f vot,n b'. I"yi"g Pll piled with these provisions is violat- J -befol e f ft Tuesday hg the law and such sales are void 0l'c. " ,e- .at tf "e the of- and illegal. ' Sf," nal ,e( ' the A"Kust primar' .ir .1 .if WI" be elected. Any agent selling the stock of any qn, . ... . , company whether qualified or other- n V;, ", 1 'iMdture extended the 1 I-...- i-... Uortch law to every precincf in the .1... c ..t c,.T, ,.,11 s,a'e hence there will be' no mnre liiu vniiutiiiv ui puttie oK.it ij . 11 . , . tock of said company in the 'n, 0,1 t'Je3X ballots, but all must GRADUATES FROM : ;i,,;.v i, VUIL marKing tlicir ticketv hv wise from the Nashville Monday. Major Foster was the first Grand Patron of the Eastern Star in Ten nessee and also the oldest Grand Master of the Blue kodge' of Masons in Tennessee. His career was a long and distinguished one in fraternal circles and he was held in very high esteem as a citizen of the capitol city. their tirketv 1 , 1 : . . j Tn vie nf th s the United States . . , ... ... ...j aw and such salts are void and il- f. " V'V "''r51 l"e name 01 - " v. tools rriaay nignt at iniuingiii ana Ku -- . tne person they wish to vote fnr S::rSS?iR5 on astnke. .It is claimed the strike . dcalin, with agents or "e primary ancfregulalenke! :., t,nmnm and tnnk Will be Carried to tllC limit, l)Ut It IS ff-rino. th.. tnrk ni inv 111 11IC O J Y J UU(UUV)WV in payment of them France's noten miners will lay down their state of Tennessee, is violating the law 1 legal. PRACTIPEDIC SCHOOL F. A. McCartt of Reed Mercantile Company Store, has just graduated i)ui 11 i , rr . .1 1. r : v hoped that no violence will rsult. nnrnM .v-e fr ...le wid de- . Attorney Grover C. Harris was here and received his certificate of grad- for $400,000,000, to be paid in ten years wnce-ii is me avoweu v uc u 1... man(j that they show their ,icense weeK looking uation from tie American School of u.iiun .o w.-v-.. -w - trom the Secretary ot btate autnor ffer nt uinuii tv. .w r - trnm the Serretarv ot Mate auttior - r, -t u;.. In other' words, the United States the nonunion miners to join them izing theni t0 offer said stock for sale Leon Bristow was in from Creston r?Ir McCart states that Practipe donated. to the French government there, is fe that di,orders of mwh trmMt anrf wqM be avoid Saturtlav rooking after ,)usiness m ..M1,'" that ""Jf s are demanding a re- , . ., . tU- ' .. , foot comfort in the shoe store through duction of wages and have refused to , V'V from t lme DSrchs lu 1?u"?,,n .standing scietific methods of shoe fitting and meet with the miners to discuss the ? .?St:r?ALP Jhef. .e".Thr.e he lf stick mill is was the intelligent use of the famous Foot " "6 "UTiicu ounuay nignr anout eight Comfort App ances invented by ur. er the company had qualified under O'c!ock. No w ,ivi . fh ort. Scholl, the noted foot spec the Blue Sky Law and what this de- building and it was very likely fired ill st partment knows about the company. purposey by sonle one the ,oss w McCarlt is vcry enthusiastic These inquiries should be made be- sma, as the building was of little ...... ,i, rnlPinn of his Practioedic people turn , their money va!lK,. Th fi d considera,ll(, , . ' :t ie hU amhition to terms McMILLIN A CANDIDATE Hon. Benton McMillin has announc fore the machinery, supplies of all kinds, in cluding medical, surgical and hospital supplies to the value of $1,300,000,000. Instead of living up to her agree ment to use this material to rebuild her devastated territory France im mediately sold the matrial to jobbers, who are selling it through Europe to injury of American trade and have been reshinning it to this country. In order to compel Germany to me which wiJJ be held ,he ud to the terms of the treaty, allied i0,, - . , ., ."IUKU3I laviiuu, troops were stationed on German soil. When congress of the Untied States began to talk of ordering the' return In view of this it does not come oi our troops because America uiu in goou grace ior me liuruycin n :"r u-?::"Z" . ;m Wen Rhin, to accuse the United fore-going upon the public. It is not '.n 0,.an' unties ottered tor sale ed as a canaictate ior governor ... u . , . indiscriminate stock specula- xri1pnu,nt VX 1 c . . 1 . " tion ana not at ier, , as tne w w to be some occupied residence in that with comfortable feet in neat, stylish coming Democratic primary election. regular as it was thot senci every person out of his store" made the sale has by war time aouot- .part 0f town less lett tor pans unKnown, laKing the investors money with him , shoes. As a result of this special effort a e investors money wuii nun . , . , , ... j.i, , 1,-, j ..... .a:-. : is so stated 111 the face of everv nor. creat many will no doubt take ad- thi public family n.nr. do' mit i,..d. This last statemenHs Vantage of this special service which. ,Tot ratify tiirtreatVTEngland, France tions which agreed to reimburse the successfully wldtout co-operation w n tne so.e vw ---"5-; -and BelSutn all three urged that ic United States for maintaining a force am ce d h h. tfytf0 " not be done because it wouia wcah.cn on me n.nmc iu uLiusc mi v '- f- -- hefore invet,'nT their mnnev The docs of war. it seems, are not the position of the allies and encou- States of being mercenary or of act- the policy of 'this office to endorse before n " Sl t on?y 0 d'et.-Columbia age Germany to violate the terms ot.ing in bad faith-and. attempting to even the purchase of stock sold by, Secre aVv of State Record, the treaty. Repudiate their agreement. companies qualified to do so and it( tecretary ot Mate. Kccora.