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WATCH YOUK LABEL R,.,,rd subscriber! fi"e , before (h"ir gukscriptioM ex- LEATHER IU Ji Generally fair tonight ; and. Wednesday, n.-t much change in tem- ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 11, 1915 HICKORY, N. C, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS JRECOMD H IT (77 X fv"0 w VlAVTtT W - 3 NEIL TURNER IS KILLED BY ROB REEP IN BANDYS Early Morning Murder Near Three-County Cor ners Latest Sensation Reep Caught and Lodged in Jail Turner Served Term for Killing Man ITER POWER IS! BIG SUBJECT OF MEET It o. I .a lor v...i Turner, a produce UL t...fr niw! mnrt'iHv lull Wil Mil't iinw invt ui about I o'clock thw morning t ! 1 . f l,.'t Ki'l'I' Ol Lincoln U'umj i' .tirc in Bandya town-thrce-eountv corners he could bo brought rv ..! .1 -1 lil'tl'fO !I0 ' ' .... 11 ...41. ,1 ;,lMnit t::," the injured cing convoyed here in an ShoritT Mauser and rUt Pink Campbell Ca- e,,n o.w.: far' was a danger- was as largo a as "no want havu b'vr. Turner wa to CC'. UV! 'i '.it""'"'" riimiif vt,, ar.-.i Micrtit .wxaiM.er n i.m- :y started in pursuit of Lecp . Keen t'lo.l j;, ( . . cauvriu inroo juhvc vni homo about S oclock thi I,y ShoritT Abornethy of !;. ,uU!:tv and turned over to ghiTirf Mau'.r and his doputios. Root in in 1 i"o In county and loavimr the jr;gh!...fh..od"in an automobile. Chief t.e'i:,: an,i Mr. I Warren wet" ,,ih Si.i : f f Miiusor. Ke,.,, was about lialf drunk who?' ,nt,;r 1, i.!li-ers said, and was ciirsing ,? the time People residing ir .w s-. tmu say ho mii rh;l',.l('t',r He th man he killed and had no reason to ffnr bm. The killing, which oc-urred in a L-v-wii lnr.dly as "murdererV and more lately ifri,l" U Kvlioved to r.-mi!t of liquor. ,h t under the loft arm. the 1-ulU't hi! arm and rantfin upvvan t, hi r,r k. The wo'in.l was fatal d was stamrntf tho duublc-troc 9b r. Kohfi't r.oep, A'h') 13 no vein t,n ,,f llorn.-i. Iioop, ir"d a P'o jh't it.to him. The ,,,,, v , . prM'ured it for burial ami smpri" " to (lat'iria this ji t'ternoon. ( Noil luiii'"- and his son.l'on'S TirnT, and a neirro wi-nt t Watauga eount v for Iri.-h potatoes last woof an.I Nfil Turner .vent t (lastonia n hi truck for feed, meeting his nor rvl tin- otluT driver at the urnr av.tnid at Horace Ucod's store. Not. Tuimt ick.'d up T.obert Ret : at thf latt"t's house in Lincoln count;. rH hn.uirht h i in along to tho camp ground. About t (.'clock, it is do c!hivI H.,b.rt Uoco was in?itont rnuminir home For't Ttwnor di( nit mm. th" hillintf. he told oHico-s to dav hut hi s father said to him later 'P.oh shot arid killed ro withim anv ciuse." Tht if was no siun of i;uw f'" th fon man when C'oronov Shufovd and br. 0. .. H dl'ir examined him. It s'ti'l, however, that Hoop wa flriikin.r and was boisterous. AUi.jr five years ajro Noil Turner 'hot and killed I'lato Iloyle 'in tne Mini' iieiirhburhoi.'d. serving two year? for tho crime. Turner artvared .0 U a fi-w vears tinder .() .- was r. tup man. h '.vas said that Tumor had over in h i Docket from tho ale of I ! TO SUBMIT OFFER FOR TURNPIKE TO RACK New York, Juno 21. Manufac- turers interested in the subject f wat,er-power, from the stanlpoint of tlio consumer, assembled hre today for a conference called by th" Water Power League of America o discus the ijuesticns of pow.er, povVor short a.no, cost of fuel and amendments to be asked to the Federal Power Act. The League hopes to indiuv private capital to inv.vst in the entei prises of water-power development to re lievo yewer shortage and rHue? the cost of power to the consumer. The Water Pow.er LeajTM assails EINSTEIN TO BE CHARLOTTE Subjected i t to test Chicago, June 21. The Einstein to a new m-actiral test hv 'Prof . Al-! tomorrow to meet with Hickory man- tert A. Micheison of the University I ufacturevs in the interest of the of Chicago, w ho?,a discoveries led to j Made-in-Caroinas' Exposition will ar , ... .. ... . i , rive on No. 11 tomorrow at 11:30 substantial support to- the theory 0r and w-ill meet soon thereafter at the to disprove it. j Chamber of Commerce. -Manager J. Prcf. Michclson, who is now ''-jC. Patton phoned today that the expected back about July 1st and'the i delegation would be unable to make the U ARRIVE ON TRAIN I i START WORLD-WIDE HUNT FOR DEERMG'S SAILORS CJiarlotte business men coming here test is planned within vhe next year, It. will be conducted under the aus pieees of the University of Chicago, either in this citv or in some moun tainous country. , The experiment has been under tak- Lenoir, June 21. As a result of the meeting of the state highway com mission from the Blowing Rock turn pike company, a meeting of the stock, holders of the toll road has been of War as chairman, tho Secretary of the Interior, and the Soerehirv of Agriculture. Also it is asserted that th,o. act takes from Cohgrccs the pow ers it has exercised and also takes ailed for Wednesday July fi. to pr.'- from the War Department the au- are a concrete proposition to sub- thoiity vested in it by the Constitu tion nml T.'lep-ntes thesi linwers to mit to the state commission. There , tj, comniissi0n. was no doubt today that a satisfactory Officials or the water-i'c'-.vcr uea- i pue assert tnar. tnere are on me asis of sale would be worked out. j .v -hine-ton todav more tirni 200 ap- Governor Morrison, Chairman, plications for permits and licenses to . ' develop water-tovers. The totai 'rank Page and other members of hoisepower of these projects is esti- t. i i ma iii nr. mole i n u.w.'.wu .uiu 111 c I II MIMU L liilt. uvci - it iney were eamcu m w father mountain. !to 1 -.nance tnem. i;cague m.o, (tnat wuncut exceouon, iu Lenoir men who attended the j-ts have been halted bv rules a:ui T?o k- meetinr are nositive i etiu'ations nromulgateii oy tne p-j.- t,io w.i-. .;n Kii t:a-.n nn tVn. TV commission urnpike matter. body was turno( W. hnfor l. wh- pr'.(i.ici which he bough" in tht M'tijrit.vh.,. hut it is nresumod that he i it most of it in (ia-'tonta. oron r Shuford found oidv ;n his U'oody Iterord i'!snn:i who have kept i reeeri 'he k u 1 1 nt::4 m tht-" section s-ay hiii. have been at 'east a fcoro of mimrif,.s within a radius of sever or ''iz'it miles during tho past '.',() years hverv, icar or two a shotgun or pistol n viet'm and litiuor g"n rally l "r Hie r-f.ttoni. This was the cts 1h t rn'vht. K ... . '.''ii lurner shot I ato llovlo over U. is declared, and was him fc. O' ( . . . . ... Killed as a result of the evi it u If. Al.out vears ago .Tick JSrad.slt.nw i"id killed John Pollird in this anm s(.(ion. in f)0:? Hrvsor, Hunt J'b"l Jo Matinev. Bill Brndshaw': veai'ohl daiiti'h'cr was fhot and k.'l.d in ),,.,. kitchen by John Kiser "''"ut Jf'10, but .t wr chimed this w'a' 'in a(f!,t..n TU..n in 10K5 nr ':,I7 Turner ,.r,,l t-:il..-1 Tlntr. and three vear ago Julius the workings of the Federal Power, en at the request of Dr. Ludwick' Act as 'Metrimental to wnt empower bUhv.rstvin ct the Eastman Reseaicli development and assert- tha: tin? act Laboratories at Rochester, N. w -o hn made it practically impossible has worked out its terms. It is said for private enterprises to engage in said that Prof. Albert Einstein on his these undei takings." The League j teeent visit to the United States ex also asserts that the F'Jde.-'Ji act nasi pressed his t.elief in the efficacy of taken from the several states all thir!the experiment. lights to interstate streams within Just what it is planned to do to de their borders and places them intermine whether Einstein's theory charge of the Federal Commission, j holds or not was explained here to which is composed of the Secretary i dav by Pivf. Robert A Millikan, col league ot rrct. :licneison in tne cu: trip in automobiles, as planned, Attention is directed to the page advertisement in the Record today setting forth the objections of the ex position and the number of firms which have taken space. MM KiliS flTBB COHII Bv the Associated Press Cleveland, O. June 21. The fifth Ki- fwanis clubs was formally opened here ! today by the Kiwanis glee club oi ! Houston, Texas, following which there were addresses of welcome b j state and citv authorities. James M oad to Linville City and Grand. ......i.i r,-,mire several billion dollars of paiuuent oi jjn.cij.a i UK. um. i international convention of the jeet cf technical details, Prof Milli kan said: ''This is. as a matter of fact, an experiment suggested by Prof. Micn-j whether o"r not it is impossible to dt-jB,arn9tt ,of Birminham' internation tect a motion tt the eaith with re-1 president, responded and delivered snoct to the medium which carries ! the Keynote address. light. "All efforts thus far made to oe teet by means ot light effects the mo tion of any material body with in spect to the ether luve failed. But rmm'.etion it mil nreceding attempts have been which the pass'.'.i out ot with the change 0ST1STERS TO MEET HERE IN AUGUST : existence March 4 I of administration. ! The League declares that "Amcrt ican firjjnciors lefuse. to consider -he i investment of hundreds of millions of I. !,.!'.. -a i.i iiv(M..ct which are made un certain bv the vagaries of a bodv of men subject to the changes whk-n ! occur in American politics every tour I vears." It is to discuss tnese iva-' jtures that the Water-power League !has called the conference, i A statement from the League ur ! ges Congress to '"pass the Power Aet ! to create in body which would be able I to grant licenses to prospective pow i,,. ,n.v.nlnT,ers and relieve them of tne trdh-us delays incident to .nettu "iw bill through Congress for each pro posed development." The L' 'gue announces its deter mination to make an effort to break the deadlock m water-poer In the afternoon Roger W. Bab- son, statistician of Boston, and Harrj F. Atwood of Chicago were on th program for the "Business Outlook' and "The Constitution the Safeguard.' It was estimated between G.C00 anc made with tr.e idea ot trying to ,000 visitors were in the citv. measure the linear motion through j spr.ee of a point on the earth with t respect to the ether surrounding thul : point, and the results thus far ob-j tained have been 'A'holly negative. ; "in other words the or.served er i'crts have been precisely those to It expected if there is no relative mo tion of the earth with respect to the ether at all. To illustiute, if an ob server Were himself immersed in a great sphere of rotating water and were to send sound signals simul- tnm-.-mslv forward in the direction m which he is moving and also back- U-BOAT IS SENT TO BOTTOM By ' BOMBS Mystery of Missing Crew of Schooner WhicK Was Beached Off Hatteras in January Linked , ,With Steel Freighter Hewitt, Also Missing Some Clue urn J. DRUM, FINE CITIZEN, icnciin Id ULr.U w.-iv,!. and if these sound signa. were reflected by mirrors placed eciual distance Hickory will entertsun the North ,'arolina Postmasters7 Association Tuesday, August 16-, It and i, Wmaster Chas. W. Bagby recetv- j rnt :n is country and bring aboo ng a letter today from Grover C. a immediate and general moyemc u hillips of Bear Creole, announcing in Xrgv in tl "ecmntry to the end that waning fuel supplies may be conserved. 1YUH .'UW .'.v. . , . . - . - I Kurton . . . i i hat the executive committee nau leeented this city s invitation, llic-k- ...if ..Yfi.l u V WUll . ' L4 V - ' ' - l i; i. n.,.l ,.M wliii-b nut in i IIIIUI lUWlin cum urn.. t .-- aht'-id and be mna him, the echoes would obviously come. back at exactly the same insuiai. provided there were no relative mo tion between himself and the water. In other . ore's, he coiud ii jl octa l l by sue'" an experiment the movement of himself or the water une.ss he were moving more lapidly or mere slowlv than the watsr, in which case he wculd be able to detect and to measure his relative motion with re- Upect to the water oy tne muaaa. in the time of return ot tut- u-c.iu the forward mirror and the back lvnr- Mr. David J. Drum, one of Cataw '.)a county's most respected citizens, vas found dead in his bed at his home in Cline's township early this norning when members cf the fam dy called himi to breakfast. He would have been 79 years old on July 8. Mi. Drum who was in Stonewall Fackson's command, lost a leg in bat dc, was taken prisoner by the ene ny and returned to Catawba, his aative county, and devoted his life ;o farming. In spite of the loss of aj eg, Mr. Drum was very successful md prospered. He was a model farm ir and as his biographer, the late Pre. Geo. W. Hahn, stated, accumu ated pioperty, cash and bonds. Mr. Drum's wife, who was Miss Catherine Kaylor, died several years igo. He is survived by six children, avo sons and four daughters Rob :rt and Lafavette Drum of the e-oun. j y, Mrs. Frank Yount cf Rcckford, til., M.rs. J. W. Yount of Toledo, Ohio, Mrs. D. A. Yount and Mrs. bids for the meeting. Bart M. Catling, postmaster at Kaleigh, is president of the associa- . i tion. Last year wnen tne com cm.- bf.lfl nt Greensboro Mr. liagby put in a bid for the meeting ind he received word today that Hick ory had won out. Hickory's various organizations will make folans, the Keeoru ieeis -vj-e. to gi ve the vi sitors a goou ... u., Ann nf: t me. mere are moic iuu -w x 1 iL 1. them, but it is not expected uiai more than 100 will be here. j- .. r,-... vp-irs chairman V the Rivers and Harbors Committee ,V Congress, is head of the advisory c-Aincii cf the Water-power League. -ge w 1 mrsnnin nsnnnfliPM PRESIDENCY ft5 r Li 'suits of all experi- OPEN SHOP FIGHT LOST By C1PM tho top the By the Associated Press. . Denver, Cel., June 21. Campaign uo, T-iVin T.. Lewis and Sam- ers ior ui uel Gompers, candidates for presidency, were working ,at , .i v,r nnvpntion Ox speea wnen viiw American federation of labor opened toclny. , , Beth candidates declared they had been pledged sufficient votes to win. Official announcement of tne ucu- oi ti. - ror. "Now the ments of this sort up to. date in which we have sent Hgnt signaib xx ward and back have been to shc.v r.o difference in the time of return oi iv,f n.-im r-, the observer. 1-rom this the conclusions have been drawn that the ether, if it exists at ali,j moves with the earth so as to make it imposisble to detect any relative motion. , , - , , "The special theory of relativity as generally stated consists m the assertion that it is impossible to de tect the motion of any body with re sect to the ether. The statement would be more conservative if pu, m the form that all experiment uF the present have failed to detect "iich lelative motion. i . "New Prof. Michelson pointed out some 20 years ago that if the other is dragged along with the earth at its surface, it would have to be drag "ed in a different amount near tht (Continued on page 2) COTTON By the Associated Press. Washington, June! 21. Nava bombers made short work cf the for mer German submarine U-117 in t opening phase today of the tests ai ranged by the government to demon st rate the efficiency of the nava air service. The first division of seaplanes sen out to bomb the submarines 50 mile off Cape Charles sent the Germai U-boat to the bottom. The commander of the squadroi added to his cryptic message that ii was unnecessary to send additiona' planes to the scene. This ended th bombing test. First reports to the department did not give the number of bombs drop ped or the number of hits recorded The squadron was made up of the F-type of naval planes. The next phase of the bombing test will take place on June 28. Seaplane, will search for and undertake U bomb the radio-controlled battleship Iowa. By the Associated Press. 1 Wiashington, June 21. A world- . 'wide search for the missing crew of the schooner Carroll A. Deering of ' Bath, Me., which piled up on the North Carolina beach last January with all sals set and not man on board was ordered today by the state j department and the department of . justice. The mystery is being investigated by the department of justice and the state department, together with the disappearance of the steel freighter Hewitt, out of Sabine Pass, Texas, for Boston. This craft disappeared about the same time the Deering came ashore. A summary of the history of tha Deering case discloses that when tha . Dee.rr.ng passed North Carolina on January 29 while bound for Norfolk from Rio Janeiro a man other than the master appeared on the deck, re-, ported distress and asked that tha matter be reported to its owners. Two days later the vessel wag found on the beach in what the state department describes in sudh ..con- . dition as to indicate foul play." The department's summary also, declares that a short time after the Deering i.vas lost a vessel passed th.. lightship and was asked to take a . message, but no response was re- , l o 4 : i" . i. l . . juiui omit; oi cue couniy. 1 . , . r Tho iw.! ,;n u f Jceived from numerous requests from norning at 10 o'clock tomorrow thfl Associated FTess. c-ui.i, June 21. The 1'Uiiman r,r,..nv lest its open shop fight be-i.,M tho representatives jviiijwj - i ii trim fore the United States labor board T.aih.(,a(i representatives as both sur- and Gompers ciaimm Avorkers. r r tl'iV u-.iu till. ..I 1 .. ,., niMH oy 111. Ill ll.lllli-vi lfdl;irit. in ll(, 'rnse asSailant s,''V"'d a short term. Too Much Liquor ''imiii;, who know that section well S!,V Ihe hivt L ;ti;, ,..111 ..on - fhri "'I'le there to turn against liquor outlaw it. ' "til the officers return from tho fr Iieep the cxa?;; detailn of " Killing will not be known. Reep !"l immediately after the shooting, ''""' Turner said, and if h? has r";",'' a run for it will be hard to tnrfav when the board upheld the con tention cf union leaders that the company had, not obeyed the letter and spirit of the order regarding the right of collective bargaining. The board threw out tne company petition for 'a cut in the wages of it:; shop employes and instructed it 1c the "dulv elected fro DaCK "'"I v " ' ' .representatives" of the employes. The shop craft and clerks m tne Pullman works are involved in the case. The board's decision will deiay any action in reduction in their wages for several, weci,. w. - transportation act, the company must meet the union leaders within a fe WCflkS. ion The trouble between the union leaders and the Pullman company is a continuation of labor matters over (the open shop. nra-tei's itv of these Both candidates uvere confident. The Lewis supporters today clai n h nmalgamated association of i;u e r,.Tr mill and smelter -orKe workers, railway car men and neariy i 6S"0I 150 sing1, votes of central and bod- By the Associated Press. New York, June 21. Rather a better feeling was evident m the cot ton market during today s early trading-and there was buying for a reae tion .as well as covering after ihe t i. -p nast. three or ofur dav The opening here was not m full response to the cables, first pric es being nine points lower to torn points lower, but the tone was steady with October showing advances and later months also iadyancing. rtT.l .iB.nuef en-7T aaquwaaa - aoqoo SG"9X 1 L uodo By the Associated Press. Wiashington, June 21. The forme. German submarine U-117 was sum off Cape Charles today by the first squadron of naval seaplanes whief bombed it, according to reports re ceived iat the navy department today. BOMBING PLANE WRECKED. 01 INJURED sseio the carpenters and said. ies to their list joiners' union. The election, laoor iwuo. , , u a,i n snecial order i-CUld Of mcv.i.. w x - for next Friday atrernoou of w business SEASON TICKETS $2 Season tickets for .the games the Sunday school league will be sold from now on for $2, a reduction of Vi This was decided at a meeting ot AHJla ,.ot.Prdav afternoon. Ksons who iwant tickets should sec Secretary Kuhn or one of the managers. HIIGTi HOME DESTORED IS. 010 By the Associated Press Fulgrave Northamptonshire June 21-Fulgrave Manor an ancestral home -i. iu Wnciiinfftmis was rededicated here today with elaborate ceremonier ; machine was immediately lowered F.v the Associated Press. Newport News, June 21. Nava seaplane NC-7, bomb leader, ant. carrying three officers and ten men, was wrecked near Hampton Koad u4- o r.vint- this morning. One (1UUUI ' w v.v.v - was injured, burning gas on th water rendering him unconscious. t.o oirinun owe their escape to ilio fart that they released the car go of bombs when they found a forc ed Tending necessary- Reports vay as to whether these bombs exploded, but witnesses say sevei'al exploded. Fire 'was discovered from the mam gasoline feed pipe as the machine was winging its way between the cv. tiEKje an.I Crany' island. The norning from St. Stephens Luther n church by Rev. C. Kuegele. The following story of Mr. Drum s taken from the Catawba Soldier: David J. Drum enlisted in company Z, 28th regiment, at its formation. rIe was in every tattle in i.vhich his ompany engaged except the second T'rederickburg battle. He was sick at 'he time. At the battle cf Ream's station he was firing from the breast .vorks when an enemy's ball broke joth bones in his leg just below the snee. Trying to step, his leg doubled in '3nd he fell on the enemy's side. He begged his captain, Captain Line erger, to have him lifted back on the other side. He said "If I detail two it en to every wounded man, who'll do he fighting?" In a minute, down ame the captain who shamed Drum or begging. The enemy captured the breast works, and they carried him to the iwoods uhere he lay all night n the rain. The federal army retreat" 3d, .and he was carried to Petersburg vhere his leg was amputated. In three days he took gangrene. Tne surgeons said he must die. To make room he was carried to the Dead-lo-use. A lady from GordonsviPe ame through hunting for her wound xl husband. Wlhen finding him, she ilso took Drum in her care and ten- lerly waited on them both until thev wrp Hhlp to eo back to the inospitai Drum has never forgotten that kind ady. If this should ever fall under her eves, let iher again accept th f Dave. Drum. He vas sent home. In his words "Poor is a church mouse" 'he began famine-. With industry and good manage- men, he has made marvelous success "e has lands, stock, tools and every-hno- tn he -fmind on an improved 'arm. With money in bank, with the onfidence of the people, proves ft ? w A the Giver of all Gooa 'nns'Wn W him and his'for whieh, they are; all glad, and grateful. the. lightship. The department's summary then says that on April 11 the following message was picked up in a bottle: "Dec ling captured by" oil burning boat something like chafer, taking off everything, handcuffing cr3.y Crew, hiding all over the ship. No chance to make escape. Finder please notify headquarters of the Deering." ''The ;.cooner carrie'l a li fe boat and dory, the statement continued, but. , neither of them has been picked up." Most of the clothing, provisions and supplies of the vessel were removed. . Government agents investigating , e baffled and that thus far they EARL If BANDQN KIDNAPPED the Hewitt and Deering cases said they. hud not received a single clue. Equally as baffling, they siy, was the case of the British schooner Al bion and a Russian schooner which disappeared off the North Carolina coast last . fall. Authorities say re ports that the bolshevik have destroy ed the vessels are' in circulation do not sound reasonable, hut ' that one guess is as good as ariother. TULL OSS ENTERESTEI IN LENOIR COLLEGE NCORK By the Associated Press. Cork, June 21. James? Francis iBernard, fourth Earl of Bandon, was kidnapped this morning from his residence in Bantry county ..Cork by a band of armed men. Castle Ber 'nard, his home, was set afire and this afternoon was still burning. EarL Bandon's whereabouts is un known. Earl Bandon, who has been king's lieutenant of County Cork The following letter from Dr. R. E. Oulloss president of Wittenberg Col lege, Springfield, Ohio, who deliver ed the commencement address' af'Iie noir College, has been received by President John C. Peery and will b. of general interest: It was a great pleasure to me to visit your Institution and to get into touch with the educational situation . of your state, particularly as it has reference to the Lutheran church. I came away with two strong con victions: . 1st That your institution is doing a splendid work in your local cont- -munity. and for the Lutheran church, of your entire territory. . 2nd That if your school is to do what it ought to do for the commun ity and for the church, itfis import ant that further expression of your, work be made at the earliest possibly, moment. ' ' We have all rejoiced at the splen did results of your campaign.. for: funds. Your clientele, however, nrust... realize that vastly more must be done for Lenoir College than has oeen done' up to the present time, if it IV to assume the place which it. ought to have and to do the work which it ought to do. ' " I want you to accept tbse enclosed check for $125 as an expression of mv interest in your school and as since proof of the genuineness of my con- victicn that you must go iorwaru m neie touci mm .llliuoiun. " - , , . -.or TJ Un m-i i ; VlCll-n mill, .v'u ""'" : - - after its restoration at a cost of;ard the losing battle with the flames 184, was born m 18o4. He is th,- oa the vaisinj? of additional funds fpc r- n rtr 1 n o dto 1T1 wVlich It existed three centuries ago. jocv.uii !er of 41,000 acres of land. i 'endowment and new buildings. .urn. is ' -i'