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CATAWBA COUNT Y FAIR- OCTOBER, 4, 5, 6 AND 7
HICKORY "A inn. "'WEATHER '' Cloudy today. Tuesday: unsettled. i... r. . n r - STABLlSHLli btriuvmcn 1 1, s w fill it II Li i . m m wr HICKORY, N. C, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS RECORD tie iJGE R AND DEATH WALK TOGETHER i RUSSIA NOW Where Disarmament Conference May Be Held 0j Muwu a, Big Railroad Center, Crowded i r i r e pi 'i i p;rn Hundreds People Don't Relieve Good News ii ; i n ,- 1 1 linger n. diced in allies ! huddled to M"S. up 'II LENQIH COLLEGE the Ifke I exhaustion ! of an. the 'hllUlVtl ; Ilttf U I - ' TOM G l SITUATION IS QuR IN WEST VIRGINi IILLS United States Soldiers Have no Trouble in Dis arming Miners and Restoring Order Search is Made for Bodies of Miners Killed in Mountains '71- 'A i '. '.V 1 ' . il1'' ,nfM travelers 'i!t- wllCIV mart hun were dug all. iv:i".r f h i Ui : ' f: "Hi tiu1 !h- t 'ii ir uiir , them. . it I'l i'i'i's h:iy. ; ah, arc witii-j a per. : MUgh.' at-v. that ' ii" -.; ration w.iri;- J a a i thatj wU have ar- i Ivir.g'ry poi"i-, h to believe I v. it'n Russi 'ii - i , this great :, attempting wr.eu' they in at 'I he ii'.'xt session of Lenoir C " ( 1 1 c II open tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept ember I!. The whole ef Tuesday will lie devoted to the nntriculation and registration ef students. All students who expect to attend college tins year whatever uepai mien i . i-nouni the college tomorrow for regis tration. Even though there should o si-niethini"- to present students from enleiinu' until a still I hey should (.n Tuesday. A few student. hav- alreidv nr- I. Today and toiuorrow yn! ijf.iu I :,: . AH t !..-ed. :;'i(! ivt arr.mfr- ,eek or two later, register if possible. iiveil. loday to the college one of the dent bodies ever trallierei ilormitoiv snaee will b" a ;ru'at many students b v for rooms l trie campu ei Mm 1 FOR VISIT n.i !iist.)rv ! al thai i-; year, l t:'r:.it.s I'jr-. i . ". ! efinit( I 'Ti r i' J'.. ' II -i i dint and Mir" ,r ,i ti,' ircsiential j M.v'i-c-. -x -'A not put in i I!;. . . !'; Mayflower W -ifiot!, hut said i -. .; , ; preiient i a.r-- V,' , ! , : : i t - 1 1 shortly . . v ,. ,.,t," , Uo.servatton . :. ,. !, C-o. II. 'i'. !: ;-! pr:v.te n e- V v ,: ; riht, I ' i' r ' d"''i:-ion 'v-'" ' ' .ii t., the laiyi' Y 1 vi-i'dl-. who ; ,. !ie b"."'h f.or "' 1 -. . ;. Ma v'li.nf (xr. , ii ill mm 1 Last year's fresiniar. ca- eied b7, the largest in. ih (!f the eolleL'e. It i-; expected t ' number will be cxcei'd'.'d ' '' i tbcre will bi f, .- all of the other elassc . The college is parti-u!f r.v grati fied that sueh a lare;e niin.l ot t.-.r-puiduatiiw class of the lh.'V-'V I'V.'h tdnnd will enter the freshman class, almost th- whole of the rad,iatinr c'as having signified rhen; intention ..f becoaiin-r students at '..'V eoireire. The eolleue is jila.l to be able to b of such lar;ve serviee to us bo.n it! town. . o'l'ovci, i f.w. jinn'indfu! of the fi.;.t that such ' . i ,,f i be home tew n n'-ai iv 'i" " ,. ne ans inucn io i, v .'m- There wul be Mil iew he faculty this year. c-ra'ifyiuK. The e' nvui'iit fa''uity to prepress, professor Hcald, M. A.. I'- l .f I-tm- isii. lawm'J.- i'c.s.-or t-.ee-er Ileald is He Y .s an ijopkin "' V"" . .,.!,. ncoart- the resijinntioa bus been I men V re in bv Crai- iliiv e u:.ir.', ii-v ,,f ' 'T !,. -t rff. i:;'.i. .f ''in;,;,, '"'H'tlu ". Di'dicati.in 'h- i'"!ief of tll a proposed by ia i- to t in; 'iav has been a 'he ir.an vY ( i-ct a ry. ''Tiif in') I had rati: ' I.niior day liu-' ; AneTi.'an iv ati iiiah.e." The changes m This is also leti'e n ' a !'r- in--irj permane:!'. KuiroU'..' de Kortst , will be profe-'sor the place of pro ;ined. Profes.-ir well i','alitie,l i or in,, v. tleiitee iiom University aim nis I OMI l'MUi . The yr.eaney . 1 V' . ' nntion of i!t, caused ny 1 .. .. ir.,f('!.,sor t ( e'-'l on oi ' " l Pro- M'.t'ioii Hvhe.b he- Wrt c 'He in ,he wor ld war. Af ' t,,,nirPer.oir vi1'. hl il,.. Univciilsity V.'JW i ho University i;1 " the special ai J be Marguerite Stewart wn h i (.a(1 ()f t lt. p.ano depart m ur these, who know. Miss htcwa ,ally ;f .nusicr she also Play. I 1 V .U ' . i ...... t' v . - . ir...i . ,e assiMv.. . WP0 K''l"u nc manner i f..!P c.,11. uted m muMi; a - work alSO lown. r - ri-w. nast summei " - ' . ; . other memoes to service yraduatin.' took p'1rft (let)aitment. of N"';t!l of Vif- work s fine 'c re is icher p. the v ii' a e by lie "i;,bb(i,OI)0," lie'.'" the I relief, uiiilertikiri ! : i'iiition of ii all wo.ih II CHIDE Se:i ' neiniii- " Sui,,,,,. A '1 Prrri', .. Sep I'Mlt i ' !)' ! '.', een Ihe The fi f All Collr?:"- of tne vrd 1km p also at rt L. Flit'- t,.t;rpssor noov . ,.u . r vf l T .1 l I M rroi e.." M T1. II.. I I IM"' l... f A Vltl 1 j. U"" 1' u . t,-y ano i -t; P.,,liek. A- li. faculty A. M.. I.oti'i'aVver, and Economics A A- Chem- A"- A. 4 The Pan-Anierb-an lmildin.;. probable meetinj? plaeo of tbo ', Wasliiiiixton, Jioiik- (,f ttie (lisarniament eonl'erenee i:o Pan-American union, which has been named ?.o he most .be called by President Harding in Washington in the fall. PHflwp niiKTiniu ninnsinnrn nn I UIDIjUUtUiUN umuiiLmi THUG SHOOTS IIP if: ISOlESiWS Pll &im mm m mm i , . i The ' to BQBOPff i iiyOslfiiSl FII THREE BODIES 1 SE MISSl lliEni Uy the Associated Press, Jacksonville, b'la. Sejit. o. authorities today were arraimino: ' into immediate state's attorney ii North Caroiiin 'rank call th.e -raiid jur session, recall the from his vacation and frrant a speedy trial t I.awlinjvs, 22 years of ae of Chica .:' , who last nigiu invaded the cash ier's oilice of the Palace theatre here, shot and killed (leorge Hickman, the manager, beat up Elbert S. Harris, the tieasurer, and escaped with $"'00, only to be captured a Jew minutes later by a policeman on the street. Hickman's home was in Richmond. MINERS CAPTUHE DUJJM Rid Hy the Associated Press. Ilarrisburpr, ,S''Pt. H. Striking rrs at tie- Kossiclane mine al Hillside Elour Spa;- Company, m;'i t!ie -10 from Hairisbur; Salurd i .1. ('. Swanson, his arri( wife d t!- and em mm. three nto th? s d rove f ;.m amp- m i 1 ( nivht captuied su nerintendent, children and i hills. Last ni:ht the mine guards all miners ard their families ll ssichi'ie .nid they too are in i;' in the hOls. AM wires have been cu . H. P.. Tiandolph, Harrisbiire- busi ness man who attempted to drive to Ue.-.si'daire with his. family, return ed today, having ben turned back by the miners. l''our thousand union men who Gathered here tod n- for a labor day celebration are tnlkimr of emulatintv 'he example .f West Virginia miner in march in v.- in a body lie third anual convention of the N;rth Carolina W'Viol'.'sale Grocers' Association, to be held in the O. Ilciiry hotel, (heensb-oro, Wednes day and Thursday September 11 and '.""), piomises to be an unusually in tiustin one. A copy of the pro-ji'-am lifts been received l y Mr. J. L. Jiiudie of the Hickory Grocery Company. A barbecue Thursday aitorr.oon of convention week will be given by the jobbers, brokers and manufacturers of Greensboro at the Uattle ground in honor of the visi tors. .' Mr. A. F. Ilartsoll of ' Concord president of the association, wil, make bis annual address, and Mr. j. II. McLaurin, pi evident of the South ern Wholesale Grocers' Association, will make the principal address of. Wednesday. Another important sub ject will be "Ereight Rales and Taxation," by Mr. A. J. Maxwell of the corporatinon comssion. Husiness ethics will be discussed By the Associated Press. Charleston, W. V?,', Sept 5- Three of the five missing airmen were found (lead on Twenty-mile creek, ac- rt received at head- There was no nention of the fifth man, but opinion vas expiessed that he was in the wreckage. ,i: ... j o; o uiu', mi il i vpo iuaiters today. i i y Mr. J. 'tpoits of .'Jibmitted. O. (Si I key rf Marion vice iircsidents will an; IPOOilRF RII.Y yiuujiil nilL QOy iii B ?sssn Turin "iso Rural telephone subscribers at largely attended meeting at Chamber of Commerce Saturday tcrnoon heard the report of its com mtitee on rates and service and ad journed to Saturday, September 17, at 3:30 o'clock, before taking final action. The committee named to look into the question further consists of Messrs. E. G. Suttlemyre, Chas. P. Bolch and Enloe M. Yoder, tlemyre presided over the and Mr. loder acted as secretearv. Between now and the next meeting the committee will investigate the feasibility of putting in a small &witchboard with trunk lines leading to the Hickory exchange. The com mittee will investigate the Statesville exchange, the Wright exchange and several other systems, and expects representatives here this week of telephone suppW houses to discuss the costs (jiicstion of a separate exchange. The the cost of maintenance will be gone into very thorougn- Py the Associate i Press. j Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 5. Tak- ing advantage of the quiet situation in that part of the West Virginia mining regions where fighting occur red last week between miners . and ! others between state and county au ; thorities. Brigadier General Brand 'holtz left today for an inspection1 of jthe lines. I Before leaving General Band- noiatz said all parts of the mining region was quiet. The situation has . apparently set a'tlcd itself into one of police duty in the the hills of Boone and Logan coun af ties' army officers said today. Troops today paused into the hills searching the ground for missing arms and for any evidence of buried bodies. Dur ing the fighting last week there were reports of many casualties,, and of bodies buried in the mills. There is still no rlefinifp list nf Mr. Sut-: the number of casualties as a result TllPOTllKr . , . . . . 'oi last weeks snooting. Ihe num ber of persons killed is not believed to have been large. General Bandholtz in his latest re port to Washington stated he would recommend a prompt return of the Camp Dix troops if conditions do not change. Governor Morgan has issued , a statement that there will be no 'of- ! ficial slackerism" in the prosecution of those for last week's disturbances, which he termed as "insurrection" against the state. !.:v the Mel ill O-o UL I LJ.bU to nun wife, Wil- on ic mr.ies. TOCOITIIETii OFFLI IDS BOCW Professor Eef- lent Languages 1'1'nie.-:-'" con ICS nie iinii iv- . . M....r.uw.nr win"11 ' ,-..1 .i on. M.. I'h I- P Rein, Professor " French. . n.. C,ermanand i P,.,.ressor Hufus. p- , (1 psy v, n.. I). i cholojsy. . A .....blt, A. r- ,"" Prof. V. V'1W inart merit. , ratory Depa" a . P.. .1. Sox, A a. Kuehner A- A. M philosophy tor Snnngs laugh- 8v the Associated Prss. V.,,n. Ela.. Sept. r. Counsel iir T. .T. P.elcher, Tarpon '....;;.,n ebarired with man tcr in connection with the death o. Virginia Turner, 21 years old, whose llv wis feur.d buned near Clear Water Creek, obtained, a continuance (,f the trial until JJjwet-k. DENVER AUOT RACE Press, . Mill rto I-n-iesoo, rv , , lira nc I .un p.angham, Commercial . . Vot.al Cromer, r. Two passenger bulled and Dix- .lacksonville 'net. in icai-erwl eollis- ' null s east of here hlli'i'' ;t l.jne. Then '""''Illll'i.'.. llu.Unl, Mis Miss Editn Science. Mr. .Joseph l-nl-ss Manager. Mildred Assistant Mrs. i Women bave been iu..,t nut over News world Music. . Domestic M. i'l,cl" A- M " t .ela MiUcr Eihranan. ijin Cliabeth 1 f P.u Ihe Associated "Colorado Springs, Col., Twenty six drivers were n.,. .. :,',.,...l Ibat wil send of starters in the third anual Pike', Peak race here today. Sept. ready o(i the for field By the Associated Press. Denver, Col., Sept. f. Dr. m.aith A. Hadlcv. ci" irged with tiu murder of his wife. Mrs. Sue Haclh in Richmond, Va., denied he had co lessen ir.e Killing-, aunougn iieoi s A. Euller, superintendent of a n; tionally knc.vn. detective agency, re iterated his statement that Dr. Ihui lcy had confessed, giving details of ti '' crime. Dr. Hadioy is on hb way to Rich mond to stand trial, said in the coun ty jail today: i-i have waived extradition and will probably leave for Richmond to night," said Dr. I lad ley today. 1 must refuse to answer any ques tions. He admited he had lived under an other name until the day of his ar rest. - - ----. Associated Press. i, Sept. ii. Moorish positions near this city have been heavily shelled and the Spanish artillerymen have been Maying down heavy bom bardments. Two captured Spanish cannons; which the Moors have been using have been rendered useless by removal of their beach locks. The gunners were killed and their cup tains threatened with death unless they restored the locks. Native reports state that 84 Span ish prisoners have been taken under escort into the interior under 400 Riffians. Twenty-four other prison ers were killed because they were too sick to walk. Several native chieftains are said to have protested against the killing and to have left -:1k camp. There were complaints of the pres ent service, which was characterized as bad, but the committee was not able to place the responsibility for it. Its task in the next several days will be to find this out. The manager of thi Hickory ex change has been asked to test out al! lines and find cut whether the troubie is at the central office or on the rur al lines, and where rural lines are re ported out of order the owners will be asked to put them in first class shane with a view to giving the very best service between now and Octob er 1, the date the new rate of $1 per phone per month takes effec The main effort now, aside from investi gating cost of a new exchange and cost of maintenance, will be to deter mine how good a service can be ren dered under the present management. HUNT FOIl AIRMEN WHO FELL IN BOMBING PL ANE OTECTTOCOIM OPEST FIRE mm m briwgb LIllRb ! niAi m By the Associated Press. McCrath. Minn., Sent. 5. With state forestry 'officials Confident that an organized force of r00 men would control the rarest fire menace in this section. Adjuatnt General Rhyno to day ordered out 300 mow: national guardsmen to augment the 300 na tional guardsmen called out last night and dispatched to this town. Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 5. j Searching parties afoot and in the ! air climbed or scanned from above 1 the hills in efforts to locate two oi ' ficers and three enlisted men who i fell in an army bombing pbme-some- where in the rugged country south, cf Poe, W. Va. i Up to noon no word as to their fate had come out of the southern . part of the state where Poe is situ ! ated. I The machine, piloted by Lieut. Harry L. Speck and carrying Lieut. Fitzpatrick and enlisted men, said to have been Sergeant Arthur Brown or Kentucky; Corporal Alexander Ha, elton, Wilmington, Delaware and Pri vate Howard, of San Francisco, was traveling with two other bombing planes from Charleston to Langley Field. Va., when it fell. The three big planes were flying in formation, the ill-fated bomber leading and the other, trailing us closely as the violence of the elecr;c storm which was ra.ging, mit. SEARCH FOR BODIES By the Associatea Press. Madison, W. Va., Sept. 5. detachments acting under , from field headquarters here were scouring the mountains the Boone-Logan line for the. Strongr orders today along bodie?, and of the men killed in the hills for wounded left on the field. Miners who came into Madison late yesterday reported that a number of. bodies were still in the hills. Little Coal River valley from Madison to the latest disturbed area was re ported quiet. That practically all the men who lately were in arms in the mountains had left the region and returned to their homes was indicated to the col onel commanding. It was estimated that several hundred had p-ssed thu Madison on their way home. would ner- BIC1S HE Ev the Associated Press. Paris, Sept. 5. Thirty American foiocffl men and women delegates to ti e P 'n-American conference in ses-j step here today had.-ed by Dr. DuBos? i of New York, repudiated the plan ofj Marcus, Garvey, provisional president of Africa, "of Africa for the Afri-j cans." . j "The colored American canont with- stand me m'.'can emme. im.-.v ...n- nnt mist Ihe Fiiro.x'ans and do not; desire to do so." said Dr. DuUosc. of the lives having BANDS OF ARMED MINERS ARE FAST MELTING AWAY pv the Associated Press. Hull, Sept. 5. The bodies If! Americans who lost their aboard the ZR-2 disaster, all been recovered, will be placed aooaio i , train here tomorrow evening rr f rtak- It must s' lobby inir .Saginaw Every nation Iw. lime ' home ."" Courier. ,-eioiccs . . i isian'. Ire bind is in the not a noaUntf SEVERAL PERSONS HURT P,y thi Associated Press. 'iJcrlin. Sept. H. Several per- o mnL' them women, were wounded by machine gun fire and hr:nd grenades, in street fighting at Cob Urp between police an,! agitators nr.. ... follnws. That tax ex emption you'd gain by marrying i,!,, o.Tii nav for the ring. WO li ni" ' Nashville Tennessean. Piwmnnth where thve will be placed aboard a cruiser for the journey home. A contingent of British and Ameri can airmen will form an escort to th railway station. Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 5. Fed eral troons are in complete control of the troubled mining districts of Wct Virginia and the armed bands that i,p hppn defvinc the state and coun- .authorities on the boundary line P.oone 'and Lotran counties are still mm FOR ISSK MEN I ENTERED FOR RACE By the Associated Press. "TTniontown. Pa., Sept. 5. Eleven cars have been entered in the 225 mile race at the speedway course here. A speedway purse ox SMJ, 000 is held out to the winners. rapidly disappearing, according to re ports received at military headquar ters here. LEAGUE . ASSEMBLY III SECOND SESS 1 SIX GENERAL'S HUE s NflVV PICKING GRSpFS One By the Associated Press. Montpelier, France, Sept. S hundred Russian refugees recently answered an advertisement of a vender owner who wanted hands at grape picking. ,Siv of them were engaged, ahong whom the owner was astounded to find three former generals of, the Russian imperia. army. . HUNDRED PLANES COMPLETE By the Associated Press. Chicago, Sept. 5. One hundred airplanes this aiternoon competed in By the Associated Pr :s ?. Charleston, W. Va Sept. 5. Army- officers here were still without defi-..,,-. .,(.rial derby made here under th nite information today of the fate -.cf.rice; of Ihe Aero club of Illinois, ef the five airmen who fell in a The purpose was to demonstrate the f ight east of here last Saturday. durability of two passenger cars. I I By the Associated Press. Geneva, Sept. 5. The second as sembly of the league of nations open ed here at 11 o'clock this morning. Dir' Wellington Koo ot China, presi dent of the council fo the league, op By the Associated Press. London, Sept. 5. Members .of the British ' cabinet will be called upon to reach a decision on Wednesday either to continue negotiations .-on, the basis the "consent of, the govern ed," or to issue an ultimatum to thi Irish republicans to, accept or reject the British offer. . . '' The reply of Eamonn DeValera and his associates to the letter of Prime Minister Lloyd George did not break off negotiations, but admittedly 4:h situation is acute. MIDDLEWEIGHT FIGHT1 By the Associated Press. Jersey City, Sept. , Downey of Cleveland and 5. Bryan Johnnie Wilson of Boston came here to-ettle I ened the sess'on with an address,, their dispute over the middleweight which was well received. He fore-jzoxing championship of the world, cast more progress than last year. jBoth weighed in at 160 pounds. f i : i 'lllS We nijUr (i. Columbia (S. (') Record.