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HICK COR WEATHER Pa it tonight. Sunday partly cloudy, probably local thundershowers in extreme north portion. CA TA WBA COUNTY FAIR- ORY DAILY til " " 1 ...f..,. iSHED r.":i-manT flTlirn siflli I n rn i! IHIi nrfi l! h 1 '" . .m. m rjaa - i d 1 ' Eftlli III I -1 1 II II I IHklllllf JU IIUUUHIU II U H Ik Binic I. fflNMlY DUMBER 11, 1915 HICKORY, N. C., SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1921 PRICE I :ents When the Crown Prince P ; ii v ,1,. .i intini: , (Ul.t.M'il .V ;i..W nil - 1 1 1 1 ' ! y n i , ; ! H i ! I O I k - Concord. N. ('., Au:g. .nil I ' i i 1 1 1 ilUt'llig tfi" Wnl'K I If oil In. m all 'It 20. There ie IK) ui'W de Vf lopments in the strike situation here today. Troops which have been on guard at the varitiH mills here' anil at Kanuapo !is have not heen relievei!, it was suited, hut have bet n kept at the armory with only a small guard at the mills. l'i t pat at ions are being made for t 1m opening of Ihe Cabarrus, Gibson t,ui when j ,,mj Kranklin Mills Moiulay morning. 1 "" 1,,,ui;l These are the last of the Cannon . I "'lt' j thain of mills alfeele.l bv the strilte ' ' ;"' ' "m . . .. 1 1, ...Ml . anil wlien tliey open Mommy an nuns thus affected except the Brown and Noreott will have resumed work. Approximately t .700 employes are now working in the milh which have opened in the past ten days. Tina h presents about 40 per cent of the employes. t., llnwlno- the lead of la-t niiVht when 5'.l members of the textile un ion in the county reported to the heiifV and offered their services to maintain order, others reported to this officer, today and pledged their .upport of law and order. JameH V. Barreti, who has been here the greater purt ot this vveaK, will rftum to AileviP." today. MX. V v. j-- , i.i.uul t v..ik with t i" IrljIUS, ;if on an . ( ,i die ..vairy. The pi inters , . h would ,,:t- ntl"H of t'roir. the I a.lvtrti.e . the ditli . . i i 1 1 the a. various '!... the leeis- 'i .lay m ii, will only t'ne strike . i-e much ,.i the lej;is in a hur ,.iuikt hop with a in iy further , nlployed by ! the various , ..freed no i ihake a le- Miporaj y re la liie Cran- i pre ?( ribea ti iknie: union inijlf Wl'li'll ai ),' illiietit ill i lil'.lelH Wtio in the ranks .HSiii.e the . the union :,".':;V their rii.'.oii haa ia-keis ai -l ie elltillfd I! FIIHUINI! III r r- ri ILlilOSIL SITE V WiagTO hi -Jl i Martin, negro, accus. fHlciS IF tFllS- " - y , C a '- -V -V, 'i I young white school Pflrti-T-' ;?iT .VI- f :3 held, which resulted B2K y TS.-vW.JUw. - -i,T4 " .bte d His Ex.m3 7 JqnoRrtiiiiniiiynFninRq qfriibity yUUULU Si UUiiUL.1! I IISU i 5 JLUUlii I 1 . -:."! IN KNQXVILLE 1 L'J BMK1 ! t. ( t; ; ; ! OUTBREAK NEXT WEEK : A- - By the Associatei Press. Knoxvville, Tenn., Aug. 20. With at least, two score men and women The people of this section will re gret to learn that the Bank of Gran- itsite has been closed by the corpora- nfiVrin,fvom frnnshot wminds. 2fl of tion commission. This bank was or whom were sent to local hospitals be-ganized before the law had been fore midnight, Knoxville faced a day changed, which governs the amount 'i5'K ' p I of peace and quiet as an aftermath of of capital required for a state oank, Yy$'$Z'i L, , J , if 4u ''and it has always been handicapped fi&'&fct&f 'lnee hours of near-noting before the of its-small capital in Knox county jail in which Frank . vestment, and particularly so since ed assailant of a ihe town of Granite has had its rap teacher, is being id growth, which has made larger de- in state militia, mands uPon tne D nKT nan.ls sma1 city and county deputies firing be- business readjustment has added its i.. . T.--tnn. . .i i- i -J iween uoo aim 4 lr '-T4 . '-jot):- av1 3V The new stadetits of the University ot (.'hristiama are here shown breaking their eaae.s and tlirow o) aw.:. . their school caps in traditional celebration of the passing of the entrance examinations by the crown prince of Norway, 1'rluce Olaf. 00C1 rounds from re-.i-mrHpn to the little bank, and au3- voivei -s and riot guns into the crowd. J ionable loans and unusual withdraw Fears were entertained today that als have finally made it impossible trouble may occur tonight in more vig-fr it to m?e its demands. 3 - TVif. rmvit has named the First Se- orcus form. The cavalry troop and; Tt r.nmnariv nf this citv 4 v ' ,J v rect ivei , and they will take ovei tne - mK mm Bin TD PASS Till SfF rami!1,! IS GIIFfl ifillillf SIIWIB LILLI iSLlJUUnuSa u 01 a l. nyyyyi I M YEAR 1 5 UG PREVEiTTWLEi F11HTES nrnnraiT i ! . firririTS! Ill- 51- ! H I 01 ULHH1 business of the Granite institution The cavalry troop and! machine gun detachment of the state militia ava Rtill on D'liavd. A.liutant General Brummitt. Sher- early next vVeek, and proceed to set- iff Gates of Knox county and Captain "P ijj f" Schneider ol tne maenme gun conu iike administration that this com pany declared that the first firing nanv can eive will nrotect the denos hosp nrincioal itors against loss. It ie difficult U. 1 ,..,(- PER GENT Washlnffton, Au. 20 TIu Repub lican tax revision bill was to come to a vote late tod y by the house witn (.inspect:: f or it'J adoption by an over wlu iminp,' vote. Democratic leaders piedicted prac tically a solid vote against th me:v-j me from their side of the house, but! thev apparently had little hope that, they could cnuse many Uepivmicans to vote with them. lIFElKEli mini nr MIOER OF WHHI F!y Ihe Avociate 1 Pies. Washington, Au; 2l Wlv.leiiale prices of dressed beef in eastern mar la. Is this week were down to within two cent.; of pre war prices of 10 lo, the price decline during the year hav ing been nearly :." per cent, according to ligutes published today by the American Meat Packers Institute. Aveia're wholesale prices ap-pir.;.-i;nattd 1 cent? durinv,' the week, ::r;ainc't :() (cnts la t year and 15 1-2 cuts in Uno, it was slutiv!. Oi'dinary iuvf ibopped nearly 27 p.er cent tinrin!;- tiie 'a t two week.; in the Now York market and the next grade, medium. 10 cents, only higher prices prevailiii'V en best cuts. These figures should furnish con- I'.iinieis v.iih opportunity tor 'iarg:u;is ui beef," the Institute stalrment .'.a':!, m.lientril lv 1 lie c;m:-:U HH' r W ho de.'. u.,t iniisL on fancy beef, and a pop ular cut therefrom." the Associate Pies-;. Parsntahle, Mass., Aug. 20. The niu'ht nassed without incident at the. county jail heie where early yester- By thft Associated Pr-s day a mob mveatened to seize ana; rjj.?-a Au". 2 iynch iiiice negioes charged wit h i ,,,,. th), TTi-.i! .1 States and Russia criminal assault on a young w .man, , ". ,. , t, th, National eaiard artillerymen armed ! ' iuhij, triclcen districts ot missaa weapons were rocks and stones. The volley from the regularly con stituted peace officials effectually dis persed the great crowd, which dis integrated and retired. Ambulances were on the scene in the meantime and carried the injured to hospitals. 20 The agreement be- il... A. L... .-.iqrt-(t PreflU n.,,.,..iii':tlo Ala.. Aug. 20.-A ver- iw.t ,,c cniltv was rendered by th v " ... . ii.ii ju.y today in the case of I' red nan, barged with the murder ot anss iu it..ml.'1'si.n of Dallar, , 'iexas. i ' " .i Tito ail- :rv fixed life imprisonment as tnt nmling bill punishment. in the sen- nroe of the A NOT II Kit LIFE TERM fnatoi 1 I'V io Assof-i; ..... on nnn 1)a .1 I U. .rw.vf iium. (ill.. UI-'.. III.. I lll"l''" ' . , , . i . . :. i....... r,.. tli.. last three . i, t I w riltl.t-la.tr . 1 II' 1 11111' I 1 1 v 'Mill i I I i . I II" I UltM I 1,1. Vi T 1 V wiihin five .lays for the murder of W. U- ... ,..n Vi si ri'i'- v ine commute i was convicieu m " i ....... ..t ....... v. lie waa lllll.llr.ll.l.l I. IV. I. v- sentenceil to life imprisonment :r.' '.II 'l-"l II, 111 1' ... ., t ... t i'I I II! ' II I I . "Imhii! Ii t. TlIsTiESTl FROM ilT HOUSE with machine ivuns kept ejuarcl. Repoits last nieht that negroes in near by towns were tornnnp; re-;cuc was i ur-- re narties to free the prisoners caused I 1 nei or iwiseiiiieiti lu ivuuwi. troops. Outposts were establrchef alonj the Gape load im- a hah mile in each diiecticn, but they were lat er withdrawn and SO of the men re turned to camp. signed at 7:30 o'clock this morn iy Wrdter L. Brown, European the American" re am! I.I. Littc-hhv- Russian I r. -.. .. lit lil 1 ixc hli.-ifl i-epresentauve ti tue ;ii:iKia:s ;ivk !'Li:d(;e TO MAINTAIN THE LAW iv one Coiicord and Kannapo- !i:: meinhers of the United Textile ( ' r. an( n V. .. i !i i ol ourt hou.'.i ll.eir pled; : ti'i? it n d. A im 20. Five lundred jdi Amei'ica marched to ;ehere last ni:':ht ami f?ave ' ;e to city and county au-J ' . 1. 1 " ii i . i. i hi 1 ii'V WOUIU UO Llieu ul- cc.mmittee. Ru3,:ia is by the terms of the con tra ct made the beneficiary of ' tiio n roe; ram not only for pvovidino; for f-O'l for the people, but. of combat tint!; epidemics. The necessity of pre venting outbreaks of contagious :is among the fugitive thour- 'an-is who have fled from their homes :i:-,ide red .svreat. UIEV 1 the,1 c - s- -52"" ' OSITI FIIMUI SCCEPTS I 1IT1TI0IS IURIGES 10 ASSISTANTS By the Assoeiat PresB. Charlotte,, N. C., Aug. 20. Frank A. Linney, recently the presidential appointee for the district attorneyship" of western Noi'tlvCarolina here today to take the office, announced the ap pointment of Thomas Hawkfins of Asheville and Chas. A. Jonas of Lin cuititon as assistant district attorneys. He said he would make Charlotte his headquarters. , tn rlosp out the affairs of anv groin? concern without more or less loss, and to save yie depositors against this and to meet the needs of a grow ing business community, the First Se curity Trust Company will establish a branch in Granite Falls at once, and take over the business there and work out the best solution to be found. This will be a distinct advantage to the business men at Granite Falls and vicinity and will permit them to conduct their affairs with practically no interruption. This company, which "is virtuallv a branch of the First National Bank here, has an abundance of money to finance every . . . . t it. legitimate enterprise tnere, ana iney will bp P-lad to Dut their money and , , ... 0 - - experience behind the town and see that it gets every bit ot support wnicn that hustling community deserves. 6EI Grfinv.'i'al, W C, Air'. 20. Thieves bio'-e in tlw office of the sheriff in th,-. cor it i,oM.;e iast nifrht and carried away a lOO fallun capacity liquor stUl captured yesterday afternoon." Ent rance was gained throiit'h a window. rlhe still one 'f the largest ever cap tured here, was carried bodily out thiou'-h the front door. ii hh um urn mm ' f IVIRIU KILN NIHHUII WEI GOOD m m coffl cleat inr ; nf tl.. I i.iniii'""i , I till f I . . I n I i'I 1 1 i l.'l fill' thell 1.. vt it Tl unid to number oetwetn v,tl,,t tl,,i. 1,1.1 tie. 07f. r.7fl .i nru.,-u..Tvil.lel today aiviint-v. '" .'..'i"i'"- ni l 4lllj'll..' -- - I . . . . . . .it require- WMt of how, T,or the puit- V'.rk . Am'. ;!(). Tha actual house ( O I U Mill. V ' COTTON EXPORTS , SdOl LftRGE DECREASE ..!,,: i I,, iii.iiiil.'.in "law an. I ovoi-r 'I ,a i'u ciaion was reached at a mcetituv of 700 union members pre sided over by James F. liar ret t, pres ident of the North Carolina federa tion of labor. Every textile member prcsi-'iit at the meetinj; who was phy ilv i.l.l,. 1o wark to tiie courthouse .....o '. i.icivih.. v of the fatherin;'" that, appeared bcfoie the civil authorities. j forrna acceptance of the official mvi and amonic those present were chii-, tatJon of ivi.sident Harding to parti di en, young men and won,i and par- conference on far east- cut; with babes m their arms. icipan. m m. . ... ......ie i !,.l,l,-.ssimr the mass'ovn rarest ions and disarmament has meeting,' made the proposition that the' been forwarded to Washington, it textile' workers of thisoumy thow was announced today. u,.. .,i hni-ti ot ic cay anu ., Bv the, . Associated Press. T.ondnn. ucr. 20. Great Britain'i SI REUNION BEEN IBAIONEi EIGHTEEN YEARS SENTENCE FOB KINCI - i ountv that they stand for law and. order by going to the shenii and may or and offering their services to keep down any disorder of, any kind. l OUR PERSONS KIM.KD I.ittie Recti, Ark., Aug. 21. Four persons were killed and two fatally i id i- ..'i.oi 5,n noiomobile in which III.!. C i- . i , ti . i c. if wnvi. sr.rucic .v a 1 ! 1 V . 1 V i J V. i . v.. - - -. Missouri Pacific passenger train at a crossing near Austin, mne-.-, east, of here late yesterday a tier - noon. STOLEN SAFE FOUND Lake City, S. C Aug. 20. VVlnie OEEBT? RESCUED Mcrganton, Aug. 20. Sidney J. Kincaid, Burke county commissioner, who was convicted shortly before midnight of second degree murder I - .annuel i nTi Wl th Ihe death of his . iwife, was sentenced to 18 years in t i -n the state penitentiary by Judge Bry- P.y the Associated Press. tl..g m'orning. Kincaid gave notice Savannah, Ga., Aug. 20. Accord- of apppai and bis appearance bond in;; to a letter received from Generalwas fixed at $10,000, which he will Mortran commander of the South Jl.e able to give. Aioigan, loiiin.a.i Ui . i A tremedous crowd packed the Georgia brigade of Confederate vec-l A this morninjr when sen- erans, the lvzi general leumu.. - tence was pass.ed. Ai iiiiuiukihl the united Confederate, veterans ha3 been abandoned. Nathan Bedford b or rest, secretary to General Van Zandt, 'commander in chief of tV.ie United Confederate Veterans, has .written General Morgan that because no city has invited the veterans there will b no reunion this year. Mr. Forrest ovv suggests that ba--annah entertain the veterans next :pring night the building was almost liltea when the jury reported their verdict It was believed that Kincaid would give bond som tinv duric hr and be vciea '-,(. lit is $30,000, it is said, nod has na.iV -fluential friends. Hiis counsel y.-; given SO days in which to file thsir appeal. , . . No case in Burke county has at tracted more attention, a jury having heen drawn from laiicoin county - try the case. II. K.v ... ()f legal i'. nu nii'iease I'li'lii I, i t week. By. the Associate Press. 'Washington, Aug. 20. Cotton ex porta during the past fiscal year showed a decline of 21 per cent in ntltv and a decrease of 57 per f;,.,.nt in value, due to lower pric, of $1.- marching into Mingo county, where! wconVm, to a report issued today By the Associated Press. 'Washington, Aug. 20. Definite novpeent. on contested sections of the I ; uj.. liill was reached lo in bathing in Lynch s rived en, Senatos Sterling and Nelson miles distant from the home of &. . day bj benarous -Young a party of young boys dis- and Representative olsted tor pie , i c-fo tli.nt. was slol-l4.; Kv Mr. Volsctead in tne covered mc vt . . , fcwicxv... - - en from Young's home Sunday night. , hou?e jiIoruiay. It was hidden under water and only . gtanev amendment tle- -irnel to protect homes from indis- criminate searcn ior hm"i MftY Sf GW TREftTY IN ANOTHER WEEK found by one of the boys against it striking COTTON 1 M iwim i to VIII-.Mi IJAI.I.IGH FAIU LARGE OIL TIIEB l IS LAUNCHED TODAY day '.ft, tn.. ii'i Vii", '.v.t An invitn lh (' iioliria Fair HA- ' " i"' Mc i'resi.lerit tiard- ii.l Leak in Ilaleih '" wa p rescnt'-d to him : '"linen . and Congi'i'3- ' 'i in. m-taiice of ftr. ''h. incident, and Colo I I'o'.ie, secretary, re 1 t' i lie North Caro'iriit :i. Thev called hi al- fet that he has an it U'illiariiKhuri'. Virgin '"i' l'i. and Ihitt to- mak" nil. ,iit hient will renuir( iv It will nrobablv ' before the President i' final decision in the 1 1 i IirC- L-. il nwininvpf. f 1 e ml r 1 1Y1 ell t .i.,t...;.i .-imi roveiM.v uv int-- ...... , , ..t vear. according to. R novt of cotton, the report said, Nl,w York, Aug. 20. The cptton! Missouri- and Summers VU' L 11 : ' ved at Charleston to- fcll from 3,540,000 pounds valued at market was very quiet, but snoweu a, other a uiswiiv.. i moo t. OO11.00! ..onera v sreauv tone uun"s j , . ., $l,:i,uuw.uoo in . u t,:,d,n.v '. here was some south- would concur m tne repo. pounds valued at $Wu,uuu..uuu - lhe ins, m trade :.i.m.ni.fo i.-ava mm prntp novels en- Eed T ii,o substitute 'were rejected. Mr Volstead said he believed Dyer. house conferees 1921. , a.. iwl..,.nl tnx promrin. . ,,. i, .,a I'emaps mu i,,,v!ncI. , couraged oy tne xavoraoie a..u is about to be, solved 1.; POISON SAVES CROPS Kvioxv3 of he goods trade and high- and distilling is to be Pmn rinn. Sask., Aug. 20. In ts ;iv tpvnTlpvatm.es in the southwest. cording to the latest co j, nn 'third camnaign against grasshoppers, mavket sold five to nine points move. If mis r V'u Qn.antchewan department ot agn-i . i nhr.1. fffJ. n1P ii. With Decern alj o fthe home ma.e nouv... . , mixed its largest " 13.50'to 13.52 war debt will Pai, . i s' 7- Tlmno-h the crasshopperP , ,o u i.o r. : j 4i, mnln nf tne no.-" poisiiii : " ' ., uareci '!V"n' , her long enough to earn my was b gger than ever o ;elday ...i. " i .h tnv. r.n.r..ri irnm lMlli;ii'.L' f.Xt mone yenough to P"y Philadelphia ueconi. 3y the Associated Press. "wnhinp-t.on: Aue. 20 The hope expressed in Berlin yesterday that the peace treaty between Germany and the United Statec Would be sign- Pd in a week was shared by adminis tration officials, although! the text of the agreement was still withheld. 4merican officials believe a satis factory agreemnt would b,s reached soon, nut sam it was mauc there would be no official discussion utnil it is concluded. ;. By the Associated Press. Wownort. News. Va 'Aug. 20. The tanker John D. Archbold, said to be thle largest afloat, was launched here at 10 o'clock this morning. It wa built for the Standard Oil Company. BAKEKR MUST ANSWER FOR PRIESTS MURDER San Francisco, Gab, Aug 20. After WEATHER FOR WEEK TO DE GENERALLY FAIR PETITION REFUSED By Associated Press. '. Washington, Aug. EO-r-Weather r--p.tion fo'- the week beginning ?VIondayMnclude: - . ( uu.i Aiancic anu east guu. swvw , , o a .on conprnllv fair and normal terrpera- a prelimniary hearing today, ! - commission ture. with a probability of vnMy t n ii frM-mver. natcer. was ne.u. - ... Rpatterea snoweia. . . ! .i i ri trt i.-; ' rnm- tt : .un-nr hiirpr. was iiir.u.'- Tiimitvh the e-rasshopper l'c o ,oo 'lun i.o 'iw.i . ' "... iT v,Q cimprirN- court issued an order refusing the petition ti f a disturbance in the - c inarcfi wiiii xo.-i.-.o ui int- t.--- i m answer ucxulc .v. . .. ... . . ... :i - "'ops - ,0 Tt, m,them selline ov, ATatn cnuntv on a charge thatiol, tne Augusta-AiKen w..w "'ViWest Indies. lo aiiu;' w-..- , . t Qon iTatpn county on a charge that tax. :Wp,.p saved from damage except . .oc .-.Tinnied i,v reports tliat trade. .... murdered the Rev. Patrick - " .. it i. 1 I v n ' v ' I " ( ' " " ' some of the northern areas auicieu. s;Br in the southwest yesterday. ,Heslin. Colma priest I i f.,m AUTOMOIJILI', IMUViM.v. Qctohcr Russian workers, fleeing from t. " , tout le vith a 60-hoHe- Decembe;"' u report that hungr in just M ha. , 1. v d d embti Vndure under same time.-Cam- "" ;ik The eaiiv southern selling iorts 1 vest J Open ine to under wicked capital iden Daily Courier. Mai-ch -. .13.05 13.43 . 13.56 13.76 nf thp Amrusta-Aiken Railway Com- nanv for an 80 per cent increase in I fares from Auerusta to Aiken, at the; RORRFD HAIR POSSIBILITY esiin, o - i - ,.n. .come timp aiithorizine the company ri,;PQffn risiilv Mpws. i .ioso Hofrtower was not, iqjirac.acu - - .u.. u&u ... 13.10!tv hv in attorney and offered no j to redutee its service 50 kercent) Having aroused the opposition,-to 1"i(l -i in hi- own behalf II" dis-1 in order to meet losses due ro insui- act3 of reprisal, poDDeu nair may yet 13"48:Savei keen interest and 'interjected ficjent trffic. The order becomes ef- qualify as a matter of principle and lsiS Spiral qwstiona to witnesses." Jfective August 28. set up as a great .moral-issue. ism. Asheville Citizen.