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. ..ii rrm'W at leait Fair and continued warm tonight and Sunday, V .Kv-rf;Sfc pin" I Established September n, 1915 HICKORY, N. C, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS BRITAIN TO SEND MORE Famous Curb Market to Disappear FIVE THOUSAND RAISED TROOPS 'Ot) IRELAND ,i iv oeiurc i II II ilia i i x x i i i f i x x if it iom i g , ii j x x i i i i i it n m il x tv - i i s- . u arm. a - a i m a b r. m. a m e a rape OFFICER KILLED WHEN NEGRO iltf ir4 r I f ifev, ill I I UK AT OFFICER y the Associated Presa. E.:f:i-t. May 2S. iSmts were tirci at iff.i'.. The men firing the shots mi.fl. xiliary, But From Qov,.rnnicni win iiui increab Will Draw Fifty Thousand So Units in Foreign Service to Suppress Sinn Feiners Bv t!u -v I. IV.rm ' the ' uir.M-'' (inr, Nil ' t' Li.-1 Thi with r.,l MORE OF BERGDOLL PROPERTY SEIZED ,,natcd Prest. M.iy S2. The govern : y f.r sterner I'epre.v.ioi: M.inal clement in Ireland, i. isf.l in authoritative quar . , : the st ri'iur lifninK1 tho , m Inland with military ti.t- which will bo drawn in t .reign service. in tlu auxiliary police ..in! lan or oC the con in omtoniplated. ii, . prospect of martial law Ireland with tho oxcep- u t' hut the initiative vv.Ha , 'it iv eauernor. It wan i,v ihat the reinforce- ,lisclofud- Yesterday the ., s,iit will be less than .unlet.. SI KIM U Nl SINN F KINK US I T Bv tin snu'iatea rress. l,a,i:, M..y 2,. -V Town xnrctM m- i:in:t area around I'umin h u,.' thU nurning and : the militaiy held the the end of which barbed ti etched. An immediate tin Ii .uses in the area wan CXi'll 1 Wiruii. 1 t-1 a 1 1 forces claim to i .... . jptund i ne neauiiuiii ivm u Irish mmllican army. have tho iy the Associated Tress. Thiladolphia, May 28. Additional fgnds belonging t.T Grover C. Berg doll, convicted draft dodger now in Gcrmapy, were seized hor$ today by lepiesentatives of the alien proper ty custodian. The amount was not custodian seized all of Bergdoll's properly, amounting, to $S.'2,000 Mrs. Emma C. Bergdoll, mother of Giover and Ervin H. Bergdoll, the later serving a term in Leavenworth prison, left todiy for Ervin's coun try estate in New Jersey. JAPAN WILL SEEK TO COMPOSE MflTTERS IP EL MINERS Ai OWNERS IB STOP By tho Associated Presi. n-li.n. Mav H. The pnmc mm- .. Mr. IJ yi (leorge, again met thi- i x'i-ut iv committee ol Tile mm- tr' uiiii.ii at his official residence in Dunii" stiit 't this .morning in an t 1" ti'til a i'.iuiikm io iiu- i'"" ftrikc w irh han been in effect two monilH. The conference has not re u!:nl in ;m Hn.iKdiate progress, but the n.irier:; will take the matter up at a cMifi icn-e tomorrow. In hi' suteinent the prime minis- tn i;; i.'j. ,iud to have tout tne mm t .i'lri.','iN',i th:it unless an agree Kent cuiL! lie reached between th mimrs mu! mine owners iegiMn' iM I c introduced to compel urbi tia'.ii.n. L'.tt-i Mr. L1oyl George met the i 1 .! rriinc 'Awn-is. I'toposals were nanoen t- In.th tl,- miners and mine owners TO SETTLE STRIKE By thfl Associated T'resji. Tokio, May 21-5. Japan, accnrdin to the best available information here, has not sent a f rmal comniuni catilon to Washington as r.n answer to Secretary Hughes' no1 on the maiuiate (U?stion, hut vi!I inaugur ate an exchange of viewr. or. a direct settlement of the question of the is land of' Yap between Japan and the United States. This is described as in keeping with Japan's policy to frrrkly dis cuss with the new administration in Washington all clashes arising be tween Japan and the United States of America in an endeavor ti reach a cooperative accord. The opinion is expressed that Ja pan will offer some form of inter nationalization of cables affected. The world famed curb marker, on Broad-and Wall streets, New Ycrk, -win oon bo permanently abolished, and a gigantic indoor hall Is being conipk'ted where the mai-fcet can go on under revised conditions. For many years visitor, from all over the globe have visited this peculiar outdoor stock 'market tf.or wmwe m TO PROMPTLY 3v the Associated Press. .Dayton, Ohio, May 2S. Eddie Riekenbachev landed at McCook field, Dayton, at 10:10 a. m. He planned to change planes and leaves imme- liately for Washington. Tl INJURED FIGHT OVER , LIPR f . By the Asociated Press. Chattanooga, Tenn., May 28.- REV. R. B. PEERY Who will deliver the iiactulaureate . Sermon at the Lenoir College To v morrow ID REPORTS LIGHT I0IFI Ml BASEBALL SEEMS TO BE VERY LIVELY Sheriff A. J. Catron of Walker comi ty, Ga., was brought tc a local hos pital desperately wounded as a re sult of a battle iith blockade run ners on Lookout mountain. M. Abney, a deputy, was shot through the ear. The two blockade runners escaped, but the officers By th Associated Press, believe that one if not both of them. was seriously wounded. An automobile with 40 gallons of moonshine was confiscated and the liquor destroyed. ty the Associated Press. Buffalo, May 28. Edward A. Wil son, 35 years old, a sergeant in the police reserve, was killed and four negroes were shot at midnight last night by a negro who ran amuck in a house occupied by negroes on Clinton street. A telephone message from Thayer, I'a., said a negro who was believed be the slayer of Wilson was tak i n from a freight train this morn ing. FOR GOOD OF HICKORY Over Four Hundred Memberships Already Pledged to Organization Meet Monday Night to Elect Directors and Plan For Fiscal Year TAKE CHARGE OF BIG FREIGHT ilajKMs " i 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 r iii nnn t mn I MM KrH M M By the Associated Press. Washington,' May 28. -Secretary Weeks hss dismissed from the gov ernment service Robert J. Quinn, a clerk in the adjutant generals office, on complaints grooving out of charg es in the Reclassificationist, a small magazine published here, of a serhl story in which. Maj. Gen. Peter C. Harris, adjutant general of the aimy, ckims that he and Col Fred erick W. Lewis, an officer in his de partment, were subjected to ridicul;. By the Associated Press. Denver, Col., "May 28. Twenty-four members of the I. W. W. were placed 1 -l lull Vl'V fAOXT 1"f-.1 l"ZiTT llOi"! o tempted to commandeer a Union Pa-lQuinn 1S edltor of the Reclassify cilic freight train and ran it to Den-, ironists ver from Cheyenne, Wyo., according to the police. A squad of 22 police men met the train outside the city and arrested the men. Members of the crew of the freight train notified division headquarters when the train reached Greley, Col., "a gang of men had taken possession of several freight cars." At police headquarters several of the men said they had formed a band, outside Cheyenne and decide to travel south together. They said they were driven out of Cheyenne. They are held here for vagrancy. cons uis FOR OVER HOLIDAYS II MERCHANT SHIPS Bv t 'in A'.riate'l Press. VvVhivi -i, May 2S. With nn I'iiifi'iii. r,t H-ached between Chair man bin -on of ihe .shipping board N r.,ii niutivis of the marinej "ik-r, wages, Secretary Davis W lis . ff(,rt:i today to overcom in ti e f.jt-ct i(,n.s of the shop own- Urar.tl--H f the rcticn ( f the dwtieis yesterday to refrain frni in,. aiTeement, Mr. Ke.ison ''''"l I "mi his position and agreed Vth th- mi-a at a conference last "'Kit t,, , ;;,n ;i n,.w schedule of'Aag- .'irking conditions to remain ln ,,flert ,, year. The agreement e I after a conference with fr,'l.-i;! Hauling Ii', III.. i.' Ihr to In. ; .1 "a.v i' e various locals of the ma fm nn. in,.,. r,, beneficiary associa-'.su' m uim, V(.( Wuli r.'.t, , ih"y f, "V the A5tocitd Tress. New York, May 23. Is bn.iebali an popular as ever? Week end er wds this season a, the Polo grounds have, supplied an effective answer to alarmist3 who after the exposure of the woi'ld ser ies scandal declared that the game iWas dead. Saturday and Sunday crowds nave shattered previous record ar.d throngs have been turned away tirom, locked gates on sevxeral oc oasions when the limit of ;;s,utw ham been reached. FIRST PAYMENT OH REPARATIONS Helena. Mont.. May 28. A light snowfall was reported today over widely separated areas of Montana. Biilins reported a temperature of 3i degrees. TELEPHONE GIRL KILLED n STREET tfy the Associated Press. Paris, May 28. The first real. pay merit on the German reparations ac count was announced from Berlin yes terday. The payment is in $1000, 000 000, $10,000,000 of which is paya ble in New York, $00,000,000 :n Lon don and the remainder in Paris. Ger man bankers have underwritten the bonds. WESTERN UNION GABLE SHIP LEAVES Miami. Fla., May 28. The cable layer Robert C. Clowry,' which has v,,.i,i in this nort a number of mnnt.hs. steamed out of this harbor nnd steamed northward, the master . . . L- a, cV envint? he had been called ,.,l,W.Vl ill OI lllf --ar. Mil- ill. I l l llll II t llllll" I , iMi'ed for ratification Sun-1 to New orK T IE SOLDIERS UNDER ".v th Associated Press Philadelphia, M.ay 28; Josephine ITc-Aard, aged 17, a telephone -operator, was shot and killed here today while Walking with a student. The man who did the shooting fired from a scaffold and escaped. The police are locking, for a dis carded suitor. iy the Associated Press. Washington, May 28. Congress was not in session today, both hous es .having -adjorned until Tuesday be cause of Memorial day. ; TORlEJEFiSE FM FOR LEADERS TD HOLD GAUG1 N L0NG1RTR MEASURE Ry the Associated Press. I Washington, May 28. Chairman j Towney of the house Republican con ference issued a call today for a cu cus next Wednesday night at hicL a dc - ,ioii-i -cxpofiltu on Jie resolu tion by Representative Long-worth Hickory business and professioual men have rallied tc the support of the Chamber of Commerce and the committee icpoite'd today more than 100 of the H00 membershiiis wanted before tho general mooting at the ! chamber Monday night. The cin- jvassers will meet Monday night at make their returns and be ready to ,'ive an account of their stewardship . Monday night. At. the Monday night meeting it is hoped everybody interested will be on hand. The following is a list of member he some names omitted, and the Record or the committee will be glad to make correction.! Here are the hackers cf the organization for the next two years: Mrs. J. Worth Elliott G. II. Geit nc, C. TI. Geitner, R. G. Henry, C. C. Bost, Hickory Hosiery Mill, Hickory Flour Mills, R. M. Bumgarner," Wm. Cox. Geo. C. Warlick, Geo. F. Bot, II. C Cline, A. J. Bradshaw, Ilutton & Bourbonnais Co., Martin Furniture Co., Hickory Chair Mfg. Co., A. A. Shirford Mill Co., ivey Mill Co., High land Corrdage C, Hickory Furniture Co., Hk:koy Spinning Co., First Se curity Trust Co.. Brookford Mills, Jr ".rribon. T' ... Kennedy, A. T. : VVag.. ? 7 , II. L. Pinppt, !H D. Richey. . Aternethy Sen, -.-. rnctny How Co., Abernethy M Abevnothy Transfer Co.. U. i or i of Ohio to make effective tariff KiHr Co- - Fre Buff.. Hiram. S. Balch. the Associated Press. Chicago, May 28. A $100,000 de fense fund for labor leaders who have been indicted for alleged ex tortion is being raised by assessment of members of Chicago building trad es unions, according to information given out today by State's Attorney Gorman. , "' , . SUNDAY OBSERVANCE URGED BY ASSEMBLY schedules as soon as they wrere re ported out by the ways and maens committee. Rcpi csentative Young of North Dakotah, the only Republican mem ber of the" ways and means commit tee who oposed the resolution- in committee, said he would carry his fight into the caucus and it was said Chairman Towney would kill thg.v measure because of opposition1 to the pTan. Supporters of the plan had difficulty in calling a caucus. men, .John Akc-".. G,-.-o. Bailev. i'1- Baker, ii. C. Baldwin. Jno. W. Baltaw, Fi;mk Beck. Mrs. W. R. Beckley, A. L. Berry. Geo. E. VAza i;v. T C. Elackhjr v. J.. ,1-7 ... J? -'-i . ' . v. J""o ivies, jJ. sJ: BowmanT V. K. Bradshaw, C. R. Bra !y, BrysonSny- BLAIH -TARES UP PRBHIBJTI1 ARE! BT JAPS FRANGE OPPOSES DIVISION OF SILESIA ' By the Associated Press. Shanghai, May 28. Twelve Amer ican sailors from the flagship Huron were Mounded, two of.them seripusly in Sunday night's street fighting be- Pv the A'soriated I-Tof!!. Paris, May 28 Division of Siles ia into three zones, one under Pol ish authority, an ether under the ju- irisdicticn of Germany and the third By the Associated Press. Philadelphia-, May 28. The Unit ed Presbyterian general assembly to day appointed a committee to sug gest new. boundary lines of synod. The committee will report back at the next assembly. , The assembly decided to issue Sun day school lessons on Lord's day ob servance twice each year. These will take the place of temperance 'les sens. It wjs also decided to memor ialize the international Sunday, school board on the question. . By the Associated Press. Wiashington, May 28. ID avid II. Blair of Winston-Salem, N. C, took up his duties as commissioner of in ternal revenue today with a confer ence with Prohibition Commissioner Kramer at (which the reorganization of the prohibition forces is under stood to have been discussed. Mr. Blair said he had not yet read the beer regulations, but indicated his intention of giving them early onsideration. Mr. Kramer will continue as pro hibition commissioner for a time, as Mr. Blair said he had not had oppor tunity to select a successor. GARMENT STRIKE tween American wuejacicets anu jai-jto be .overned temporarily by the anese sentries, snore leave nas neen 'refused all American seamen from the Huron. It was immeuiaieiy j " nrim. ihaser. Navai ... i a. !t i- I., .maintained a close warcn uvi 'en ma e pumic, oui it - ,, , .OVJMi 1 ' .. -cv mnntlis nnd seerai -I (hat with a few changes, tne uowy w-.rn Tim A statement issued l.y the Japan ese foreign Office on Mav 24 concern ing Sunday night's fighting said the Amorimns h.id been shootincr fire works in the street and that seversl Pbn from the Cologne allies w'ss discussed by the council of ambassadors here teAlay. It was understood France would make re presentations in opposition to. the plan. British troops have arrived at Op- bridgehead SOON TO BE OVER URGE NEUTRAL ZONE IN UPPER SILESIA and dispatches from Oppeln say they will be sent to Cruzeberg, where the nersons -were injure.!. A nunrrel ensued, the statement vessel , t.A,0A nnd several on both sides were' . , mnct ,,. ininred. Tt was believed the matter i u ,,..,,,1,1 V,, lnnrr nn I tlVe w - . Waafprn TjM-ton l"w ihe present . conditions .'times prevemeu ""-- wl f"vi..u K I d.,wn r 1K ner from landing its cable on t..e x . I . We hope that stray comet doesnt' collide with Babe Ruth's bat. Den ver Times. iNew York, May 28. Striking gar ment workers, of whom approximate ly 60,000 have ben idle for six weeks have authorized officers of the am algamated garment workers of Am erica io confer with, the manufactur-( ers to make the plants union shops. "The vote, the statement . states, "Makes an almost immediate settle ment of the lockout probable." The forms of the settlement were not .The predicted shower ot snooting . public, but they were reported torget Bin narr rPrWtinn. ! LO uc iui a i- " By the Associated Press. Paris, May 28. The allied council of ambassadors has virtually ap proved 'a plan to establish a neutral zoge between the Germans and Poles in Uppr Silesia. It decided at its meeting cd the forenoon, however to secure mure in formation on the subject. C. W. Bagby, W. I. Caldwell, Cataw ba Construction Co., Carolina Sup ply Co., R. W. Carver, E. N Carr, J. L. Cilley, City Feed Co., Clay Printing Co., J. Guy Cline, Lawrence Cline, Coast Brand OveralJ Co.',, Coca-Cola Buttling Co., Consolidat ed Trust Co., D. W. Cook, Jno. K. Crouch, Catawba Creamery Co., M. H. Yount. I. P. Forbes, A. L. Deal, C. E. Deal, P. B. Deaton, LaRue De : Gribble, Del-Rico Cigar Co., J. C. DeRhodes, Perry Dietz, Ivey Drum, Elliott Knitting Mills, J. D. Elliott. ( Elliott Building Co., El-Flo Supply f Co., C. W. Ellington. James W. Es- r.ey, A. J. Essex, First National Bank, J. G. Gibson, R. A. Grimes, Hickory Da'ly Record, Hickory Ins urance and Realty Co., Hickory Gro ;cery Co., Hickory Cafe, Hickory . Mfg. Co., Hickory Harness Co., City of Hickory Hickory Ovorall Co., Hickory Printing Co., Hickory Ga rage Co., W. B. Hamrick, Ilall-Lv-erly Co., G. W. Hall, C. M. Hardin, F. A. Henderson, H. W. Haines. R. L. Hefner, A. E. Herman, Q. E. Her man. C. B. Hewitt, C. L. Herman, R. V, Hendley. A. C. Hewitt. O. H. Hester, F. B. Hicks, B. L. Hine Co., J. Henry Hill, Howard-Hickory Co., Ilolman, J. R., Chas. Hunsucker, Ivey Manufacturing Co. E.. Bryan Jones, C. A. Jordan, T. M. Johnston, W. J. Kennedy, A. C. Kelly, ,T., Kee ver, W. E. Kuhn, Geo. W. Killian, ,T. B. Little, J. A. Lang, L. F. Lang, W. H. Little, J. A. Lentz, Latta-Martin Pump Go., J. Ia Leach, Lutz Drug Store, Walker Lyerly, J. C. Mar tin, Martin & Smith; K. C. Menzies, H. C. Menzies, Moretz-Whitener CIo Co., G. G. Moss, J. L. Murphy, Jr. E. J. McCcy, Iirks-Belk Broome Co., J. II. Patrick, Thos. P. Pruitt, Paragon Mfg. Co., Oscar Pitts, Pied Mont Foundry and Machine Co., Robt. M. Retry, W. R. Bradshaw. Herbert Ramsaur, J. L. Riddle, J. E; Ridget D. L. Russell. W. I. Shuford. A. L. Shuford, J. II. Shuford, II. Shu ford, Shuford Hardware Co., .las. C. Shuford Co., J. W. Shuford. L. A. Seagle, P. C. Setzer, W. A. Self, Auburn H. Setzer, M. M. Sigmon, B. M. Spratt. O. Simmons, L. S. Sherrill, Jno. W. Stephens, W. P. Speas. . F. Stevenson, Savoy Candy Co., W. C. Tate, F. M. Thompson, Paul W. Troutman, J. S. Tipton. M. E. Thorne burg. W. C. Taylor, Thompson-West Co., E. II. Umstead. Van Dvke Shop, J-J. Walker; J. W. Warlick, L. H. FLIES OVER COLUMBUS stars won't make us Arkansas Gazette By the Associated Press, Columbus, Ohio, May 28. Edf-i Rickenbacher passed over Coluivib is ! Long Standard Garage, M about noon today on his way to Washington. Warlick, Whitener & Martin. White- r.er & Smith Motor Co., Wootten & Fox. S. E. Wright. B. W. Williams, J. W. Whisnant, E. M. Yoder, Yo-der-Clark Clo. Co., Yoder Grocery Co., C. A. Yost, L. E. Zerden. Z. B. Buchanan, Harold G. Deal, L. E. CansV-r, J. L. Miller, C. L. White ner, P. J. Suttlemyre, R. T. Hines, II. S. Smith, Johnson's Garage, Hos loy & Crouch, H. E. Whitener, Rev. J- C. Peery, T. S. Golden, F. C' Long- aher, w. Keyn- ids, C. W. D-riHnger, E. nne. D. M. Bovd. J. WRnhinsnn J Yoder Clark Clo. Co., N. W. Clark! Geo. C. Yoder, Joe. Pearce. C(iIlt WsK n duction. da coast.