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C. pl Ti Sis each atid eve >sperous 0M is nearing the ad take advanta elling new and will be a long ti dIad to see you ex'tend to you roinage and hol A C 3S, Manager )RMER AIRMAN IAKES OWN LIFE aicide Follows Telephone Conversa. tion With Wife, With Whom He Had Quarreled. Los Angeles, Dec. 18.-Lieut. Pal 'Brien, veteran of the British Roya lying corps, killed himself in a >tel room here early today shortly fter he had talked over the tele ione wvith his wvife, from whom ht is been estranged. Mrs. O'Brien, through friends, said e was convinced her husband wvas ibalanced mentally and that his act as dlue to that cond~itionl. Lieutenant O'Brien left -a note ad -ssed to his wife in which ht poke of himself as "like the resi 'lpeople--a little bit of clay." In ai tter he bade farewell to his wife other andl sisters and continuedl: "And may the just God that an. vers my prayers in these twvo days at I spent in making my escape onm Germany once more answer em. "And bring trouble sickness, (is ac andl more bad luck than any se else in this wvorld has ever had. hid curse forever that awful woman -that has' broken up my home and ken you from me; the woman that ood1 in my home andl gave (several ords blurred) she causedl this lift mine that just a few moments age ais happy, to go on that sweet ad nture of (death.". Mrs. O'Brien denied that any third rson had interfered in their family rair's and sadli the wvoman named O'Brien as responsible had been troduced1 to her husband and~( had ined her at her request because Ie did not wish to live unprotected. Mrs. O'Brien wvas a bride of a few onths. She dleclined to give hr rmer name or anly facts concerning ruelf andl she was secludled under physician's care. Frienda of O'Brien id his wife was formerly a news. per woman in Washington, wvhere met her and that she wrote under e nnme of "Virginia D~ale" or "Vir nia Dare." While O'Brien was en rged in motion picture work here st summer ,his wife did some studio ork, but she wvas said to be unem oyedl at present. O PARLOR BANK ROBBED Orangeburg, Dec. 18.---The safe of lie Farmers Bank at Parler wvas owvn ulasInt nig'ht byhobbeshhnok ry one a New Yec close, and we tge of the low p seasonable good me before this oj in our store wh< i Merry Xmas in ping the year OMPA looted the vault. It is not knowl here just how much was taken, bu everything of value was carried. ofi Percy A. Parler is president of thi bank and he notified the sheriff thi morninr of the robbery. Up to thi time n. one has been arrested. It i thought that professional robber entered the bank. BIG MOONSHINE RAID FOR WEST VIRGINI Huntington, W. Va., Dec. 18.-On of the biggest "moonshine" raids ii the history of southern West Vir ginia extendling over a period of nina (days and centering in Logan count: was relportedl here tonight by Fran] Adkins, state prohibition officer. Seventeen prisoners were takei andl 20 stills, 100 gallons of moon shine, 5,000 gallons or mash and 41i pints of b)ond~ed whiskey were confis catedl by statc and federal ofricers. Hlow one mnan escaped arrest be cause the officers refused to carr' him from his home in the mountain: after his wvife had burned his corl leg was recited by Mr. Adkins. Thi raidlers, he said, found a still an( 200 gallons of mash in the house c cupiedl by B3ill Collins far up thW mountainsidle above Yolyn. Whil the officers were busy, destroying th< still and mash, Collins' wife unscrew ed( his cork legs and bu rned them Collins .was not arrestedl, as th< agents had no meanus of transport ing himi from the mountaminus. In a residence near Touplin, Mr Adkins said(, the raidlers found am electric washing machine, "whiel has been converted into one of th<n most clever and efhicient st ills cap turedl in th is dIistrict.'" TIwo of the prisoners :tre wVomen They were caught in the act of op crating stills in their homes al Braeholnm, Mr. Adkins reported. F"AlilERIS MAY EMLO'AY C'OOP'ERATlIVE PLA% arrangements for launchinig a na. tional system of cooperative mar kets and financial institutions des ignedl to rehabilitate the farming in. (ustry in this country were com pleted here this alftern1oon at th<n concluding session of the agricul tural conference inauguratedl by th<n National Board of Farm Organiza tion. Tfhe financial system adlvocatedl b3 the delegates provides for a nationa union of farm loan associations. The resolution covering this -r RE! want rices for )por ther per 1921 AkNYI! 1 ject stated 4,000 farm loans bodies t at present have no opportunity of getting proper representation at s Washington and charged that the 3 policy of the federal farm board has i been to discourage attempts by the 3 associations to form state federa a tions. Another resolution protested against the Poindexter anti-strike bill just passed by the senate. The conference recognizes the harmful ef fect of strikes, the resolution stated, l but considers that under certain circumstances unitedl protest is the - only means of self-preservation for the wvorkers. MIAKE YOUR SICK SK(IN WELL If you suffer from eczema, itch, pim ples, etc., give Zemerine a trial. It stopis the itching, al lays the irrita - tion, and soon your skin is restored to a healthy condition. For sale by Dickson D~rug. F"IREMEN QUELL. RIOT IN JAIL A nderson, Dec. 20.-The fire comn painy was called out last night to assist in quelling a riot among the prisoners at the jail. About a half dozen men were a rrested Sat urday a ft ernoon and when the same nm her arrived Sunday afternoon there was a row, those comling first oh jecting to the intrusion. Most of the arrests were for drurtixkness. Some were still drunk anad ot hers had "hangovers."' None wvere feeling very good. Every prisoner in the jail took his part in the tight , and there wvas a general mixup with nobody knowing what the tight was abhout. The po lice ca lled on the fire company for help ,anad the prisoners were soon overcome. One of the prisoners re ce*ived a fine in recordler's court this morning of $1415, $15 for being (drunk, $30 for fighting andl $100 for carrying a pistol. TIhe others paid fines amnountlig to $215. Subscribe to The Times NOTICE 'TO CRCEITORS All persons ha ving (lais agi inst. ' he Estate of C'harles Allen MeFadd in, leeasedl will present them dlv at estedl. And those owing said E a te will make payment to the undersign ed, qualified Executors' of the said Estate. Margeret C. McFaddin, S. A. Sauls, Ex(cut ors Manning, S. C(, nc 17, 10 p.