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THt RSDAT, FEKBFAB3T6 W& 1
FBENCH BROAD HUSTLER, HEJfD ERSONVILLE, N. C.
HOME GUARD APPARENTLY
' SOUTH CAROLINA SOLOS
TRIPLE CHINESE MURDER
MYSTERY STIRS WASHINGTON
HERE TO LAST AWHILE.
URGE GIFT TO SOLDIERS.
Members cf the Henderson County
Home Guards, 3Sth Co., N. C. R. M.,
who have been wondering concern
ing the duration of their term of ser
vice might just as well make up their
minds to attfmrl rii-m en a An v.i
- C A.i V. VA V. tiiU
thing right for several years. At
present no other organization of state
troops has been organized or is even
in process of organization sofar as
can be learned.
The reserve infantry is really tak
ing the place of the national guard,
its duty being to render service in
this country and do local duty when
there is any cause. The infantrv has
been originated to take over these du -
ties since the national guard was
federalized in 1917, when they were
taken to training camps preparatory
to going overseas. It is reported thct
dispatches from headquarters at Tv'ash -
ington state now that as soon as a for
mer national guardsman is mustered
put of the service he is as free from
military duties as any other discharg
ed soldier. In truth, it is claimed
there is no more national guard. When
the national guardsmen were federa
lized two years ago they became the
same as any soldier in the reenlar
army. Now, when they are liberated,!
they come under the same orders.
This fact will necessitate the keep
ing of the reserve infantry through
out the country as a precautionary
measure until provision can be made
ior the maintaining o2 Swi military
force to act as 5. Safeguard to the cit
ies in case of emergency. It is legal
for the different states to organize
national guard divisions again just as
it was before the war, but of what
they will be organized has not been
stated. It is probable that any man
who has seen service in the army will
not wish to join one command as soon
as he is discharged from another. Ii
will be necessary, therefore, to forms
national guard units from bodies of
men who have not seen ser idee in this
war. As there are no such men ex
cept those who were exempt from the
service in the past war and who And
it still necessary to devote all their
time to other matters, it will be next
to impossible to form such units, it Is
predicted.
Because of those conditions it is be
lieved that it will be necessary to keep
the reserve infantry in existence for
several years. The infantry will pro
bably have to remain in training for
a period of time long enough for
enough men who wish to join zo
reach the necessary age of enlistment.
ANNUAL REPORT OF-PUBLIC
LIBRARY FOR 1918.
To the Mayor and Board cf Alder
men of the town of Hendersonville,
the Fourth Annual Report of the Put
lic Library is herewith submitted:
The year 1918 has shown a steady
increase in the patronage and use
fulness of the Library, a gain of over
33 per cent being made in the circula
tion of books over last year.V There
was also a marked increase in the
reading room attendance notwithstand
ing the fact that the reading room
was closed to the public for two
"months on account of health condi
tions. "' During the ''past summer the Library
Building underwent some much need
ed repair work in the way of re-decorating
of walls on the inside and
painting of wood work on outside, ai
so during the spring' the building was
completely ' fitted up' with screen win
dows and doors 'which were badly
needed.
Detailed Report for 1918.
. . . . x
Circulation- Books Loaned.
Adult.. .... 9,970
Children .... ... . . 3,085
Total number of books loaned. 13,055
Average Daily Circulation 42
Increase in circulation over
1917 . .v.: ... . '. : "; 3,661
, Number of New Members
Adult. ...... 131
Children .. 85
Total.: 216
Total No.' members Dec. 31-18 .1. 650
Number of Volumes in Library
Books purchased during 1918.. 166
Books donated during 1918 75
Total additions during 191S.
Withdrawn on account worn
out. ". ............
No. Vol. in Library, Dec. 31
- . Rent Shell
Books added ..."
Books transferred
241
, . 60
...2,815
... . 82
, .. 4i
Number of persons using reading
room during year 5,107
We are very badly in need of some
new books in th-3 Children's Depart
ment. Respectfully submitted, -.
"NORMA R. SANDIFER, Librarian.
Some Velocities.
, When the, temperature is 32 degrees,
sound travels i.OOO feet -a second and
one additional foot a second for each
additional degree of temperature. Elec
tricity over, a wire where there Js.oto
.resistance travels 192,924 miles a sec
end. . . -
Objection liaised That the CoIoreC
Brother Already Feels His Impor
tance, r.ni Resolutions Will JIakc
Matters Worse.
Columbia, S.
Jan. SO. The
South Carolina-house of represents- """ lumsut weie engaca m an ac
tives today adopted 74 to GG a resolu- j tempt to solve the mystery of the kill
tion urging Congress to pass pending J of T. T. Wong, chief of the Chi
legislation providing for six moutlis j r-ese educational mission to the U iir
extra pay for discharged soldiers anc j ecl States, and C. H. Hsie, and Ben
allowing them to retain uniforms and J Su Wu, students at Gcorg- Washin--
army clothing
The "nigger" question was str
r? V r d 2
on the floor o
? tli" bni-r.e when, the
concurrent resolution,
memorialising
measure vr.s
! Congress tc pass the
' pressed
for passage
Some
oi
members raid that the pass,
such an act would demoralise
or of the state and others co:
go O.
io ia-
' that
the. negroes, would rcco
pay, ia?.:nry iaom more 'nr. ;-:;:
they arc no v. This, they o".-jo
Some o U;o memhers ridiou
"liifrjrcr" era-: st ion elating that
the receive this pay it would nc
long before some white man v;
have it all, judging from the r.c-;
usual improvidence.
CONCERTED ACTION KEIi:?
IF DOG LAW PASSES
Concerted action is badly needed by
arniers o'f . .Henderson County ana
Very othe: counts'- in the Stale "
hey are to have the necessary legis
lation which will control the worth
less dog, and further the production
f sheep, swine and poultry within the
State. The reaming worthless dog ir:
largely responsible for the spread or
such diseases among hogs as cholera,
which each year causes lite loss or
housands of dolh
worth oi r.c
;'.,- State,
eu.i takes
at r a bier, viiioh
eac:
heavy toil m tvo:-: ma-iy
c. the victims being chrk'r'Mi
jn tv.
dii'on to this, it is impossible
c turns to bo i-ad i'ro-n tiio r
o:
-.. keys and chickens, as v.-;ll a
vita wild gamo utfe- j nlco.
Io put the matter square: up
Legislature, persons im.3.-crt; !
passage is such a law are asked
l !J
to
wv'c at i ii.e o their reprf aenia: : v.-,
or the State Senator, bringing to Ms
attention the necessity :. the law.
I iMpni m CTATitc ro i nMnrtMithe men, they had no enemies.
uumuuw oiHiut run t,uinuun
Thls is the Saint Gaudens statue of
Abraham Lincoln, in Lincoln park,
Chicaeo. a dunlicale of which will be
erected in the Canning inclosure in !
Westminster, Londorw Itjjvill mark a j
cenrury or peace Derweeu the united
jstates and Great Britain. This statae
has "been chosen for reproxJtocion after
pt rather violent cmtttwersy oyer the
comparative merits of a figure by
George Gray BarnarcV -
Save Pennies
Waste Bella
I
F3
Some users of printing
save pennies by get'
ting inferior work and lose
dollars through lack of ad'
vcrrig value in the work
LieygeL Printers as a rule
charge very reasonable
prices, for none of them
get rich, although nearly
all of -them workv hard, i
Mcrah Give your printing to
a good printer end save money .
Oar -Printing.. Is
Unexcelled
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High Ofncial and Tavo Students Found
Dead in Handsome Home Not
Knoivn Whether Eurglnry, Murder
or Chinese Politics.
Washington, Jan. 31. Washington
I nnMrtn -U A i .
ujji uinvursny, viic.-e : rcaics
vere
found tonight in their home hi the
fashionable Mount Pleasant section.
They were last seen alive last Tues
day. Absence of the two students fro-;
the university, led a fellow stuaeiv...
-Ivon Li, who lives nearby to invesc:-
00 i -
onight. He entered the
nun.-;4
through a window and found th
Wong on the first fiooi
i lice vcie summsneri and tno
'he two students were found in the
br.scntont. All three men hrd T
shot and physicians who examined t"1; -
bodies said they probably had beo;-.
killed Wednesday.
The pistol with which the men had
been shot was found on a chair near
Dr. Wong's body. Traces of a deatn
struggle were in evidence. A heav;
brass table lamp lay on the floor
among the shattered remnants of the
shade and bulb. A chair in the dining
room adjoining was overturned and n
crown-colored clastic from a garter
was on the floor7.
The bodies of Hsie, who was secre
tary and treasurer of the mission, an
Wu, confidential secretary of Dr.
Wong wrere found lying head to heas
in the furnace room, and evident!
been dragged there. A gas water
heater was still burning when oir.cerr:
entered the kitchen, which also is ir
the basement. Bloodstains were on
the kitchen floor and the narrow stair
leading down to it.
Br. Wong had a deep gash in de
bacle of his head and two bulle
wounds in the chest. The pistol hnct
been held so closely that the vest bac::
of his head and two bullet wound lit
the head and another in the chest,
and Hsie had one wound in the head, j
The r.olice are at a loss for a rao-!
tive for the triple murder. There was
no evidence that robbery had been
committed and so far as they were
able to establish from the friends ot j
TIl5
e -
luxury ui mo uaicais is liicil t-ne L J
students were killed first by some or.--.
who lurked in the house and that
Wong was murdered later when he re
turned home.
This theory is based upon several
facts. The first is that Li went to tho
house Wednesday and upon ringing
the bell was told by a strange Chinese
that Dr. Wong was not at home.
Another is that there' were only two
discharged cartridges in the pistol,
whereas at least five shots were Irea
into the bodies. The officers tl inK Israel of Buncombe county announces
that sufficient time elapsed between that he has instructed men to begin
the death of the students and of . ! Vv-0rk immediately on the bad stretch
Wong for the murderer to i:ide the Gf road between the end of the con
bodies of the firs two and reload the crete at Arden and the Bunccmbe
gun before D; . Wong reachej lh jienderson county line,
house. 1 . This action is taken after a trip
vj i ..:o i.iv- ..........
cruld throw no light on the niy-jjeiv.
i Wcng has been :n Washington four
years, coming here as the head of the-
educational mis .:o!i which is charged
.vith placing Chi iei students in" urn-
varsities and coilee"os in the T'mtcc
States. . '
1 '
i0 Qiit UHLUIH
ARE BEST FOR FLO
Influenza and Grippe, Like Ordinary
Colds ,Require Calotabs, tue IVrfet-
ed Calomel That is Free From Nan-
sea and Danger of Salivation.
Physicians and druggists claim that
the great epidemic of Influenza has
conclusively demonstrated that the,foriner German emperor's barber re-
quickest cure for a cold and "The best
preventive of inflilenza and pneumonia
is to keep the liver active so that, the
digestive organb may be in poriecteC
condition. ForUhis purpose Calotabs
i mi; uew ucLuseaiess caiomei tnat is
j freed from the sickehing and sal i vat
:ng effects, is the riost through and, ;
dependable, as well .s the most upree-
able laxative.
Caiotabs have trie special
tage of not makinW the patient
in
and weak, as they areVfree from thejthe village barber cf Amerongen who
nauseating and griping qualities andm In the future be entrusted with
co not upset the digestion and appe
tite. One Calotab at aed time with
swallow of water that's all. Xo
salts, no nausea, nor the slightest in
terference with your eating, :ileasuie
or work. Next morning your cold be s
vanished, your liver is active, and you
are feeling fine with a hearty appe
tite, for breakfast.
' For your protection, Caiotabs are
sold only in original sealed pac?c-;ges,
price thirty-five cents. Sold by All
druggists and your money back if you
are not glad you got them. (adv.)
r
THE LAST
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Si
HEALTH STATES
S1 "v:rinr'irT'
ONLY
WE TAKE THIS
AT THE SA7rIE
OF THE HOTEL.
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HEXdERSonVILLE- ASHEVILLE
ROAD TO BE I3IPR0VED.
Buncombe County to Get Busy and
Link Up Concrete Strip to Count
Line.
Commissioner of Public Highways
4jVJi LUC IVau VJJ vuiiimiwwiwiiv u w
ton and Israel, They made the trip
over the bad stretch Friday afternoo:-.
and immediately gave the necessary
instruction for the road to be fisea.
They state that a road scraper will be
USQ( to crown up the ?:and cla4 roaa
from the end of the old ma'cadam to
the county line and that the bad holes
in the macadam will be filled in. -j
It is planned to have this work done
now and not to make any. further ex-
lu 1LLa j- i
penditures on the old part oi tne roaa
from Arden to the county line until
the work of grading it is begun. It is
thought that a few days work on the
bad stretch with a road machine anc
a road drag will make the road fit for
Uravel without inconvenience
BILL'S GOING TO LET
'Ftf WAVE IN THE WIM.
Amerongen, Holland, Jan., 30 The
turned to Berlin today, his services
being no long required, Count Wil
liam Hohenzollern having definitely
I" decided to wear a full beard always.
Two other personal attendants accom-
panied him homeward.
The barber, whose name is Ctto Kru
ger, has been for several years in
close attendance upon the former mon
arch, accompanying him on every
journey and shaving him daily. His
last duty today was to cut Count Ho
henzollern's hair and then introduce
this service.
Henry Adams on Facts.
Adams was a man of industry, al
ways doing more ' work than he con
fessed to. With him all facts had to
be interrelated into meaning and sig
nificance. "For facts as such I have
a profound contempt," he said one day
in his classroom ; just as In his educa
tion he remarks that, "nothing in edu
cation Is so astonishing as the amount
of ignorance it accumulates In ! the
form of Inert facts." Henry O. Taylor
in Atlantic
'NTUC.
oiVtiiz :orth caroloa
TEAT: "bTI
TWESTT-THEEE HOTELS IS-
THREE SCORED AS KIGH AS :OETlV TIIEX FOL
LOWS A LIST OF THE HOTELS O THE 0 RIVER OF
KENTUCKY H03IE, II E ND E RS ON VI LliD , STANDS
WE APPRECIATE 3I0ST HEARTILY THE FRIENDLY COOPPERATION
WHICH THE BUSINESS MEN AND THE PEOPLE OF HENDERSON
VILLE GENERALLY HAVE RENDERED TO THE HOTEL 3IANAGEMENT
WELCOME OPPORTUNITY OFXFHANKING THE3I, AND
TIME OF ADVISING THEH OF THE N
UF;(iiT. IN OEDER TO SHGW THAT THEIR GOOIAWILL IS NOT
ONLY APPRECIATED, BUT IS IN PACT , ! MERITED BY
? IT
Manager
HIRAM BLACKWELL
Hiram Blackwell, son of Mrs. F. M.
Blackwell, who has been ill with influenza-pneumonia,
died Saturday
night, Feb., 1. The burial services
were conducted by Rev. Mr. Grees,
at Dana, on Monday. Mr. Blackwell
is survived by his mother, a sister and
a brother. Two brothers, John and
Galileo, died recently.
HENRY LEE
Henry Lee, son of- Jim Leo, di-2,.1
from the effects of pneumonia, on Sun
day night, Feb., 2. He was taken to
Patton Memorial Hospital but lived
only a
there.
tew
urs after reaching
The Shah's Share.
If the Shah of Persia were to be
deprived of his income he would still
be one of the richest men in the world.
He would only have to sell his orna
ments, gems, and precious stones to
become possessed of about $35,000,000.
. .
BIRTHPLACE OF CLEMENCEAU
fc'.'.V'.V.V.'
fit
T s '
Entrance to the house in Mouilleron,
France, where Premier Qemenceau
was born. - Over it will be ' placed a
tajblet bearing the fprjnal xjeqlaration
that he has "deserved well. from-his
1 11-'
country."
HOME
state board of
THEIR STANDING.
EOVE OFFICIAL
THE STANDARD
Famous Kaiser Wilhelm Canal.
The. Kaiser Wilhelm canal was offi
cially opened June 21, 1SS5. . It is a"
little more than 61 miles ia length, and
for the easterly part of its course fol
lows the line of the old Eider canal.
It is 197 feet wide at the water surface
and 72 feet feet at the bottom, with
a depth of 29 feet G inches. The total
cost of the canal was $39,000,000.
j And Invigorates Old People
j ,m Any . debtor vil! tell you that the
; ingredients cf Vinol as printed below.
,contam tne Teiements neeaea to im-;
prove the health of delicate children.
and restore strength to old people.
, TX Cod Live and Beef Peptones, Iron
r and Manganese Peptonates, Iron and
Ammocriuny Citrate, Lime and Soda
' Glycerophosphates, Cascaria. 5
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j Those wljohave puny, ailing ol
; run-down chlTdxen or aged parent!
' may prove thisat our expense. J
Besides the good it does chudref
and the aged there is nothing lik
Vinol to restore strength and vitality
to weak, nervous women and ovei
worked, run-aoVn men. f '
Try it: If you are not entirely sa
isfied, we will return your monJ
without question; that proves oif
fairness and your protection. MS "
ti: - r l u "
uuus ui pcviJic uavc uccu convince
this way.
THE JUSTUS PHARMACY
And Druggists Everywhere
ARE YOU
A FARMEFx carryin2 an li
, . express package fVom
A rvcr mfli!orr!ok.. 21
accosted by a local dealer
"Why didn't yon Butt thai hi?1
cf goods fwm me? could h j
you would have been patronizing a
name store, tv.'uch helps pau t f,s I
tax end builds up this locality " '
Txe farmer looked al the mlv- '
chant a moment and then said-
"Why don't you patronize yoUt
home paper and advertise T . j ..
MORALADVERTISE;
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