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r HENDERSON,
.jATEWAY TO
CENTRAL
CAROLINA.
nineteenth year
AL SMITH TO MAKE
SIX SPEECHES FOR
ROOSEVELT TICKET
Fnsagements Tentatively
Arranged For New Eng
land, New York and
New Jersey Cities
FIRST TO TAMMANY
ON NEXT WEDNESDAY |
Will Speak At Boston and
At Providence, and Later in
Albany or Troy; Final Ad
dress Will Be In Buffalo; j
Announcement Fro m t
Smith s Office
,-k (V 13 i AP> A tenta
r- tr.> under which former Gov- j
K Smith would make j
\ ,j.n hi- N-hilf of Democratic
. ;i i,i tickets in New |
i _ ~i,t New ,iei-e> anil New York >
, u > t ,iv-unced at h'< office to- j
!
, loii'i'crnent was merely!
.p.'.’i h>’.' would be made, but 1
. vi t s!v>ni\ followed by another!
.• 'hit the whole program]
v i.tCv tentative.
- - ! :-: speech under the ten
; : mi will be delieverd in
\ Halt. New York City, Oc
! • was saul. The next date
. •, • awaiting word whether
■: rv can be obtained that
. tH'ober 24 in Newark. N. J.
w >;,»vsinor Smith, is *ch?dul
, _ -i;> into New England on
. 2" making speeches in Boa
s i'i ividcnce. R. L.. that day.
•hi speech is to be made Oc
• .nn where in the Albany dis
• • in Albany or Troy. The
• tilto • listed in the announce
-f sot Buffalo on October 29.
..in luncement, which was the
• •, ii<'!•• -tatement out of Smith’s
, ■ his puolic reconciliation
vr: oiklin D. Roosevelt. Demo
r y p!<*%identiai candidate in Ai
■ -he > ate convention October
* ■ specifically state what will
-■ -s. . k nr. tof Smith's speech**.
I.t-rm Lee To Go
To Llectric Chair
On Murder Count
R»'«-iK*» Oct. 13. (APl—Leßoy
t*r (•uilfcrd county Negro. coit
*if tel «>f the murder at A B. An
(Jr*"-. of Sedalla, will he e'octre
e'll*- I • -'iiirrow at State's Prison
tvn ~n V ,s there is a last minute
< han?e »»f time.
bfr Ta>ior. executive counsel,
‘•■''l after bearing counsel for Lee
tbm morning that nothing had
arisen to lead him to recoounemad
ri»-w«*w> for the man. Governor
'•srilner has Indicated he wiH net
interfere. j
Ie • and N'ord Donnell were
i'intlv convicted of the murder of [
Iwlrrr, Donnell was electrocuted |
- ">e <vreks ago.
lo hfc. cell on Death Row. Lee j
t'dsv reiterated his innocence.
TROOPS SENT TO
EXAMINE REPORTS
Tav'or vi:»e. HI.. Oct 13 (API
~ cp- hur led out into khe country
i»\ *>n a report that 200 arikero
1 ’ ided a bam with ammunition,
i \ nrn from the barn, but
* ‘ uly all captured after an ex
: < base over diVhee. hog wat
* t i hedges.
Lliringhaus
To Resume
Campaigns
l
Notifies Rand o I p h
I'arty Leaders He
ill Be In Asheboro
Friday Night
r i r„. t . 13,-fAI*. John C. B.
-inti. Democratic gubernatorial
; ,r, ‘ >« much better today
* ‘ i*';«ck of chronic appendicitis
f ' ,l ‘ decided to keep a scheduled
- “ :i k igement at Asheboro to
w night.
i.i the week, when he was
'■’’d hi* bed here, under phy
icis that he might not gft
" ‘■‘*k at all. Ehringhaus can
h Asheboro date, but today h*
, hsndolph county party lea -
with plans, as ha
: r„. ihcte.
Fhringhaus will speak Ip
'on m I>*xington, and at
Mockivilie.
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This is one of the four coded i
cablegrams sent to Samuel Insull t
from Chicago which has been i
presented to the Cook county i
grand jury. It was addressed to
Insult's son, Samuel, Jr., whose- j
companied his father part of the !
way on his flight from Baris to ,
Herriot And MacDonald
Discuss German Claims
At London Conference
Chinese Slayer In
Harbin Lynched i
Harbin. Manrburia, Oct. 13.
(A P)—An infuriated crowd last
night lynched the Chinese bandit j
accused of Idling Mrs. C. T. Wood- i
rnfi. aa English woman, yesterday,
as she tried to prevent tbe kid
naping of her three children.
The bandit was strung on a tree I
where the kidnaping occurred. ]
later his head was cut off and
pat on a table as an example.
EOTTMICr
WITNESSES TAKEN;
Got Away During “Sweat
box Death 4 Trial In
Jacksonville, Fla.
Decatur. Oct. 13— (AP>— ' Two
men Identified as escaped convict
witnesses in the trial of two guards
for the Florida prison “cause of
death” of Arthur Maiilefert. were cap
tured here shortly after 3 a. m. today
in a stolen automobile by Dekalb
county police.
Officers T. N. Turner and C. T.
Ford, who made the arrest after a
chase of several blocks through the
business section of Decatur, said the
(Continued on Page Four)
SAYS REPUBLICANS
SEEK PANIC ALIBI
Franklin- Ind.. Oct. 13 (AP>—Joee
phtus Daniels, secveTary of the navy
in president Wilson's cabinet, litre last
ngiht deckled iwpwbdfcen campaign
strategists were trying to*prove an
alibi” for wihflt he called "the Hoover
panic.” The RaleSgh, N. C. publisher
irode his assertion in a Democraric
campaign speech here.
“In their desperation *-> the cam
paign reaches the home stretch the
republican oratass, from C ir. C‘*oF
Idge dawn to township spellbinders
are speaking crver-Um* in ! 'r* hectic
r(tempt to Drove they we- nv ‘here
! when the Hoove -pasrlc prjs’J c t ag
riculture, industry arid cowjvers*.
Daniels, in bis prepared
A Shot Heard ’Round the World
For It Disclosed the Loss of Millions
Collapse of the Samuel Ml P*"* ***** cau * es
wtththe collapee of toe Iv« Kr W r match empli*. To comP~
bend the moel fantastic flnanctor of modem time*. r*ad the story
of Ivar Krcuger, intematScrial match king, whose bubble burst
m dbe day he shot hm**if through the heart in one of his meny
SF- apartxnesrta. The fUot of tfcme in<nUmento starts UxtajP.
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN THIS SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA.
ONLY DAILY
HENDERSON, N. C., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 13, 1933
j Athens where he w f as arrested, s
j The former multi-millionaire util- ;
i ity king faces indictments charg- 1
I ing larceny and emherzlement. ;
The cablegram, without signature, ,
deciphered, reads: “Gilbert E.
I’otter says advices from Wash
t ington state no extradition treaty l
Demands For Armaments
Equality Subject of Par
ley Beginning In B»rfF
ish Capital
Americans”sit in
ON THE DISCUSSION
Ambassador Mellon and
Norman Davis, American
Delegate to Arms Meet,
Watch From Sidelines To
Be of Assistance; No One
Will Predict Outcome _
London. Oct. 13.—<AP>— Discussion
of the German government - demand
for equality of armaments, a problem
which has became one of the major
difficulties of the world disarmament
conference at Geneva, was begun here
today by Premier Herriot of France
and Prime Minister MacDonald of
Great Britain
Where the discussion would end no
one here would predict.
The French premier arrived from
Paris last night and was greeted by
MacDonald, Miss Ishbel MacDonald,
the prime minister's daughter, and the
French ambassador.
Norman Davis American delegate to
the conference, will be on the side
line to assist in any way possible. The
only engagement he has at present
for meeting Herriot, however, is a
luncheon at the French embassy to
morrow. Andrew Mellon will be a
guest also.
RACKETEERS KILL
TUNNEY'S PARTNER
John Gross Said by Police To Have
Gone Into Racketeering Himself
Past Two Years
Mount Vernon. N. Y., Oct. 13.
(AP) Bullets believd to have come
from racketeers pistols killed John
Gross, former sparring partner of
Gene Tunney and Jack Sharkey, as he
sauntered home from a dance early
today. . .
The killers assailed him on bright
ly lighted Gramatan avenue and fled
quickly, leaving him dead of four
wounds. Gross. 2«-year-oid heavy-
I weight, had entered racketeering in
! the last, two years, police said. He was
| on indictment of an assault charge
I and would have been tried Monday.
j with Greece. George a.
say* no existing treaty! bet w. rn
Greece and the United States, hut
being negotiate!. This make- <*x
tradition impossible. Advise dom
icile there. Greek steamship is
Gr< ek territory.” The messaga
is dated Oct. 5.
Enters Insull Case
aSSm,
Sir Bull Zaharoff
Sir Basil Zaharoff, wealthy An
glo-Greek financier, above, en
tered the international melodrama
which has involved Samuel Insull,
deposed utility king, when Zahar
off’s name was found in one of
the coded cablegrams sent to In
sult from Chicago to two Euro
pean cities. Police of Athens,
where Insull is held, thought the
one-time multi-millionaire may
have been urged to see Zaharoff
in the hope that his influence
might enable Insull to avo.d ex
tradition from Greece.
EQUALIZING BOARD
HAS EXPLANATION
Martin Tells How Stand
ards for Schools Were
Agreed Upon
D*Or DlapMrt tliri-m.
la tl« Sir Waller Haiti.
BT J - C. BAHKRKVILI,.
Raleigh, Sept. 13.—Vigorous answer
to a number of mis-statements with
regard to the budget limitations im
posed by the State Board of Equiza
tion aa made in an an editorial In
the Greensboro News of Monday. Oc
tober 10, ic made by Leßoy Martin,
secretary of the board in a letter to
The News which he made public to
day.
The editorial states thtat what is
known as the “state standards” of cost
in the maintenance of schools, which
is used by the board in determining
budgets and in making allotments of
State funds came into existence more
or less accidentally as the result of
thg efforts of the Board of Equaliza
; (Continued on Cage Pour.)
WEATHER
FOB NORTH CAROLINA.
’ Fair tonight and Friday; slowly
rising temperature in extreme
West portion- _;
Personal Bankruptcy Suit
Against Insults Probable
As Creditors Seek Redress
Bonus Army Delegation
Is Received By Hoover
“Gentlemen, 1 Am Glad*To*
See You,“ Is President's ■
Greeting to Group
In His Office
DEMANDS FOR HELP
HANDED EXECUTIVE
Clothing, Cots, Mattresses
and Blankets, Plus 15
Cents Daily for Food Are
Asked for Ex-Service Men;
Shown Every Courtesy,
Leader Asserts
Washington. Oct. 13 tAP)- Presi
dent Hoover today received personally
a delegation from Ihe bonus expedi
tionary force after its leader, Hoke
Smiih. had conferred for more than |
an hour with one of the President’s j
secretaries.
Frank T. Hines, director of veterans
affairs, siooo Oeslde the chief execu
tives desk as the B. K. K. delegation
filed into Mr. Hoover's private office.
Those in the lobby outside could heat
the President say:
''Gentlemen, I am glad to see you."
Smith placed upon the President's
desk a petition asking that members
of the B. E. F. be given clothing, cots,
mattresses and blankets, and a food
allowance of not less than 15 cents a
day.
Two women were in the delegation.
"We were teceived by the President
and shown every courtesy,’' 'Smith
told newspaper men as they left the
White House.
"We gave our petition to General
Hines in th? presence of the Presi
dent. We pledged our unswerving al- |
legiance to the Constitution and the ;
,'lag." Smith j
MYSTEftY SHROUDS
DRY AGENT'S DEAIH
Body of Chicago Man Found;
Shot Twice; Companion
Held By Police
Chicago On*. 13 (APi —A baffling
nfyslery confronted (ho author!li«si
today as ilhey sought furthei detain
of a fatal shooting of which Carl H.
ReOfC. 45. former prohibition agent, J
and reputedly wealthy rac-; horse own- t
er ami bookmaker Was the victim.
Reese's body, punctured by two btil
lets, was found near Libortyville Lake
yesterday.
Louis L. Howell, suburban politi
cian. was held by I-sike county offi
cials while they investtbated the af
fair, Howell said he and Reese were
forced to haU by four men in an au
tomobile, and that the four fired sev
eral shots at Reese. Tw 0 of the men
Howell said, got in his car and forced
him to aid in disposing of the body.
The men. their own car following for
ced him to drive to Chicago, he said,
where the pair in his car got out and
disappeared with their companions.
Because of discrepancies n Howell a
story, joJce sad he was hid for fur
ther qeuationlng.
College I’reM To Meet
Wake Forest. Oct 13 <AP)~ The
North Carolina College Press Asso
ciat on will hold its annual meeting at
Wake Forest college here October 27
to 29 with weakens including Dr.
Thurman Kdfchin, Wake Forest pre.v
identt, and Josephus Daniel of Raleigh
scheduled.
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas
Seem Sure For Democrats
In Presidential Election
(Ckarie* P. Stewart portrays
the political picture In Arkansan,
Oklahoma and Texas.)
By CHARLES P. STEWART
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 11—Having
completed consideration of politics in
tihe trams missies ippl farm region, it is
appropriate to take a glance at No
vember prospects in Arkansas/ Okla
homa and Texas. ,
PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON
EXCEPT FUND A
'-: w : :
Educator Ends Life
| mjr :
HH & A
Dr. Simon S. B«Ur
Search for Dr. Simon S. Baker
former president of Washington J
& Jefferson college, ended in a
field near Washington, I*a., where
hi.? body was found, apparent
ly a suicide. Dc. Baker resigned \
as president of W. & J. in
the spring of lU3I. after a five
day strike by students, protesting *
hi? “autocratic” methods of ad
ministration, His health failed
after that and fiiends said he !
waa “broken hearted” over tiie
student strike.
PROGRAM BRIEFON
ROOSEVELT’S VII
Few Word* and Greetings
To Be Given on Stop
At Raleigh
LEADERS WILL ATTEND
Feeling of Disappointment Thai Dem
ocratic Nominee Will Not He
Abb- To Make Formal
Address at Capital
Dally Dlaiiateh nnreaa.
In Ihe Sir tVultrr Hotel,
nv J. V. fIASKKIt VllaL
Raleich. Oct. 13. No formal pro
gram is being planned by State Dem
ocratic headquarters for the visit here
of Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt on
October 25. Governor Roosevelt's spe
cial train will stop in Raleigh only
15 minutes, from 10:30 to 10.45 a. m..
and will not allow time for any for
(Continued on Page Three.)
Madison County
Slayer Suicides
After Arrested
Asheville. Oct. 13- lApi Death
will keep Leo Franks. 22-year-old
mining youth, from going on trial for
the murder of his brothers 18-year
old wife.
Franks died in a hospital here last
night from a gun shot wound he gave
himself after, shooting his sister-in
law in Madison county Sunday.
Fear of mob violence resulted In
his removal from the Madison county
jail.
From there he was taken to a hos
pital. where an emergency operation
failed.
Farm Leader Milo Reno does not
recognize them as “food states," for
the reason, he says, that they consume
edibles in volume equaling or exceed
ing their production of them, instead
of having a surplus, like Wisconsin,
Minnesota- lowa, Nebraska Missouri,
the Dakotas and Kansas.
Leader Reno does to be sure, clasei
\ J* ■
(Continued on Pag* Two),
6 PAGES
TODAY
FIVE CENTS COPH
GREEK GOVERNMENT
MAY INQUIRE INTO
INSOLL DETENTION
Former Utilities Magnate
May Have Been Held
Without Proper Au
thority In Athens
HE MAY BeTsKED
TO LEAVE SHORTLY
He Is Believed To Have No
Jntention of Returning to
America Voluntarily; Con
templated Creditors 4 Ac
tion Here Would Prove
Revelation
Athena, Greece, Oct. I.V—fAPI
SainuH tnaull, under indictment
in Chicago in connection with the
cot lapse of his utilities interests,
refused to day to surrender his
passports to the American con
sul until after he had consulted his
lawyer.
The atiorney continued to re
fuse any statement on the case
lor publication.
It was said at the American Le
gation that the staff was without
official notification in writing of
Mr. Insult’s release from deten
tion or the reason fw his release.
Chicago. Oct. 13 <AP)—Samuel In
sult Sr , and his brother, Martin, rv
day were faced with personal bank
ruptcy acion a.- , t. <-.s sought i.o
(Continued on ~'age Two.)
FOUNTAIN OFFERS
| HIS FULL SUPPORT
Defeated Candidate for Gov
j ernor Backing Whole
Party Ticket Now
Raleigh, Oct. 13.~Dick Fountain
! and Blucher Ehnnghaus reach rd out
from sick beds today and tenewed
l their pledges of allegiance to a united
' Democracy. It came in a letter from
s Mr. Fountain to Chairman .7. Wallace
1 Winbome when the lieutenant gover-
I nor found he could not fill the many
I speaking engagements which had
been booked for him at headquarter*.
Ehringhaus and Fountain have been
1 in close communication ever since the*
primary closed, and there never has
been any bitterness in the heart of
(Continued oo Page Two.)
Stone Laid
At Home Os
High Court
Hoover, Hughes and
Bar Head Dab Mor
tar on Marble; John
W. Davis Speaks
Washington. Oct 13„— (API —In she
presence of a distinguished audience
of the judiciary and the American Bar
Association, the cornerstone for the
new home of the United States Su
preme Court was laid today, with
President Hoover officiating.
After he had bandied the tiny
trove), while rain fell softely. he pass
ed it to Chief Justice Hughes, who
! also dabbed mortar an the huge mar
{ ble stone; and then stepped aside for
i Guy A. Thompson, of 3t. Louis, pres)-
! dent of the bar association, to do the
same.
Beginning while John W. Davis was
delivering an address on behalf of tbe
bar and the Supreme Court, the drizxie
continued throughout tbe brief cere
mony. held across the plaza fronting
the Capitol. All members of the Su
preme Court, save Louis D. Brandeia,
were present.
Attorneys attending tbe annual
• meeting of the American Bar A?socla
j tlon composed the larger pert of tbe
} audience that watched the ceremony
| at the partially completed structure.

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