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HICKORY ECO weathtsb : Fair tonight nttd prob ably Saturday. Some what warmer Saturday., LABEL tunri'i' - ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER II, 1915 -1 HICKORY, N. C. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1922. PRICE FIVE CENTS. otirs IT'S BAO STUFF DGGUUtES MR. KDHLDSS.- (let. 15. .Noin i,:uu- T!v tin' V J :ii'.'t i. i.t i not K-J I" 11,1 i'n'' ima-w ,iit .iul very littlo. bonded ,1um the state, the mair inli'ial prohibition officer? nhine, backed up b: to any lNl i;,iinir i.,:..- "'I'.iOi' . , .... , , , , t oil !C UCiUUUTCU MlCUJlUi reparations, accord- OffibiafslibTttrae .Case pt.'tlO pon. , ri;v-1" )"T '"'" , ... Tl l.',iM-.i.u Awl. ", ,,,.) ;ii,itit.jHT director of that t, t .ninn;.;. uner ua.ts niiiuv tLy. 0(' N'jith I'.n-olina make tho illicit " ..... I .1 xi, lew prosper, niiuimivu me l.ut tmuh of the liquor is un ,,,'iaily i oppor UUs arc aw Uri4in . illicit- njr cleaned and miei anil i tlu r varmint.- make their honu in tht- Mi!W. "Ai'tisiiy f law t nnnvement offi ,.,,, aii'l heavy penalties imposed ir fctvt-ul and state. er.urU has lessen td ,u, blockading," tho report vhkh states that so far no fedcra officer.-' have Icon killed. 'The various t section of the stat; haw lhi..wn particular brands oi jiioi I,.-liinr -n Urn market, but any (n? i.f tlicm U dantrerous because cJ (,, v.iy unsanitary condition stir iou!!1!:;;': iU maul if actum - In .verj many int.uu,c-s a sediment i.s left ir the frriwcnters in which huffs, mice roach, s iiiid ullier insects make thcii honv.'. 1 haf seen barrels .which hav bowi allowed to collect such ferment for days and then are used over anc ever iiftnin without being emptied. "To prodiive a bead hog, cow, shee; mid chicken manure in used, a pile of manure being found wehcrver i still is found. "Ucsiiles t he laek of sanitation i: the f;i'vM pollution impurled by cop . per still, winch poison is not impart e.l h the : till, but are imparted to thv liiiu.ii-." ; ' ' "'r" When Now Brunswick (N. J.) officials said they had Ahausted all clues in the murder of the Kev. Edward Wheeler Hall and Mrs. "Eleanor Iteinhardt Mills, his choir leader, vigorous action by Charlotte Mills? 16 (above), daughter of the slain woman, stirred local and stato officials to action that has uncovered fresh details. STEAMER THIS HONOLULU TO . COAST 1 f Czar's Kin Finds Home Her By the Associated Press Washington,? Oct. -13. The freight er West Faralon, which rescued the passengers and crew of the steamer City of Honolulu, notified J the ship ping board today that after, transferring- the passengers and vcrew to the steamer Thomas, she would tow the hull until met by tugs. f The West Faralon gave hsr posit lor as approximately 850 miles from Los Angeles. TllTERISTE ' EXPERT PASSENGERS AHEMARGflRET BIS SAFE ABOARD IN BOY TOES FAROLAN FOUND m:.u;.u.L ruorosHs elhctio DANIELS AS PRESIDENT D-Jiham. N. C, Oct. 13. Proposer fap.Lvlli-.tion .f the allied war debt t t'n li iu l States was denounced i: 1,0 uiitirt uln termrt here when Con piesscii'ii Hem v- 11. Steagall, of Ala 1 ama. d. live red an address at th lirham C-mnty fair. A glowing tri I'lito was also paid to former Sccre tary ;f the Navy Josephus Daniel for the record made by the navy dur inif the world war. Lot, of propaganda is being sprea: through the nation by financiers am others to prevail on "Uncle Sam" t. nuc t the rule cf Santa Slaus and the: make his latest Christmas treaty ? (ancclliition of the Allied debt. Th United States entered the war becaus w ( f the great nations of the worli "snit upon" tho existing treaties. Th people of the mij.'m responded to th nation's call by "subscribing to bondr to pay for the conduct of the vai he said, and to cancel the amount o money owed America by the Alliet nations would be nothing short o tratorius to them. It would mean th hiftinjc of the burden upon the back; 'f the American people. He'warnc Ihe people against listening to tm soft voiced people who' advocate tin eu s cancellation. . The re was not a whisper of bac maiiafrumTit of the navy nor of ex tiavaf.'rtr.ce made against Joscphur Daniels during the period of the war the convre.'isman asserted, in payinf a ti ilnitc to the Norlh Carolinan. He dedared that the only way th nation cati show its appreciation oi tin. uMt'ii..,u U Mninrmi'd S to elCC' him to the highest office m - tnc bind the presidency of the Unitec States. 3y the Associated Press. San Francisco, Oct. 13. The pas"sen ;crs of the City of Honolulu which Jtirned at sea yesterday were trans--.nTod to" the United States transport 'homas from the rescue, ship, West aralon at dawn today, accordrng to wireless message received, by"' the federal Telegraph Company." The 'nomas is due in San Frahcisjeo tftmor ow, but she probably wili' tiOt aTfive mtil Sunday. The message said the City of .Hono ulu was burned beyond ' "repatr';' and hat it wouM be two days at least be ore any ship could approach her n account of the intense heat. " v Two messages sent by the. Thomas o armv transport heaniuartcrs here vere made public upon their receipt .he first said the Thomas was along Woqh Faralon at 3 a. m., and JUV. vais ' ' w 7-- he second said it would be necessary o wait until dawn to transfer the pass engers, as they were asleep. V . According to this last nssage he Thomas said she did not have pi'op r accommodations for the passengers md crew of the Honolulu. -. t By the Associated Press. Chicago. Oct. 13. Margaret Davis, 14, one of three missing Chicago high chool girls for whom a wide search 'haP Keen "ma&esincei" last 'Monday, was found last night masquerading a:; a boy under the name cf '"Dick" Davis and working as a., hand on a farm near RoseHe, 23 miles west of ,Uucago. With a corn cob pipe and a package of ciirarettes still in her overalls, "Dick" awaited the arrival of her parents, frantic for four days with their theory of murder, kidnapping ji' romance. Detectives searched the rooming house districts today for Ivey Reeves and Frances Reilly, believed to have iun away in search of careei-s. LIGHT FROST THIS MORNING . . ' ..J . V a Several persons reported corning and as. many more said they d-d nat . observe any. In low places there undoubtedly was a slight coat ing, particularly in river and , creek bottoms. Mr. J. B. Koclcett sam observed frost at his place, but the damage if any was small. : By the Associated Press. :. Asheville", N. C, Oct. 13. Differ- ences ot opinion as w me freight rate revision from the central association territory into the south east as it affects this state were shown to exist today between the corporation commission and the North Carolina traffic association, J. S. Griffin, sec retary of the North Carolina traffic association, moving that a large part of the evidence presented before the interstate commerce commission ex aminer be expunged from the records. Joseph B. Eastman, a meraaer oi the national commission, who was pre siding, overruled the motion. 7" The traffic organization has taken the nosition throughout that North Carolina is satisfied with its present rate structure and. ought, tOvJbe relieved from further participation. The corporation commission, assum ing that the omission of this state from thp nresent rate V. Ml lOlviVl . v w-- 3. would be injurious, has presented doc uments to show that the present rate ought to be materially reduced Mr. Griffin questioned the author ity of Mr. Womble to speak for this state, declaring that he has not quali fied as an expert of record. "We do not know who he represents and we have no way of discovering it," Mr. Griffin remarked. "Certainly," the lawyer said, "Mr. Womble does not represent the views of the 520 members of the North Carolina traf fic association," On their behalf the attorney noted an exception to. the rul ing of the commissioner. i Mr. Womble is not the only man whose testimony-ought to come out of the records, according to Mr. Griffin. thp evidence of P. G. lit WW"iVA V mm he VAI F ARD Does this child look like a millionaire? She'd be the richest in Russia, it It weren't for the Bolsheviki. She's Coufttess Kenee de Mondesse, 2, grandnieceof th late czar. .. She's been adopted by Mrs. Wendell Phillips, TOPS! EN RQUTElFDREIGN OFFICE SLEEPER ' PROTEST By the Assocated Press. Wilmington, N. C., Oct. 13. Alter jumping her contract with a circus lere on Monday nigit and going on a ampage in Wilmongton and environs, Topsy, the four-ton elephant, is now afely aboard an eight-ton box car n route to Chareston, S. C, where he will join the circus. Topsy was in a mighty nervou-3 ,tate yesterday after her romp about .Vilmington and near-by swamps and jositively refused to board her com nrt:ihlo sleenine: Quarters. ""Hfer': ''Irmners'''.' pttei v'aiici,,p1eatctl' with her to board the car, but she Seclined. As Topsy had escaped twice ci'ince she made her first getaway Mnnrfsiv. her trainers decided not to .wv.,y 7 akp any chances and a hoisting engii .vas brought -into play last night. She yiggled and fussed a bit,, but she wa: loisted into the car. Tonsv's sleeper was attached to .reignt traiu at o u , ing and started on its way to Charles ton. Topsv's visit to Wilmington occasioned ty considerable commotion nmrm.r lof-nl neonle and amvii -i bouses against the lamages Bv the Associated Press. London, Oct. 13. Unless an injunc .... i . . i. tion is granted -the cunarti nne, nw British g-ovei nment probably will pro test formally through the foreign ot- fice against the ruling prohibiting liciuors on foreign ships in American waters, it was stated here today. Officials here, however, are comment r.n injunction -vil1 be granted. It ji s understood tue ' ' takes I the attitude of remaining, -the backgorund and allowing the rivate lines to take the lead in fight- Irig the new " ruling LENOIR Hn FOR . L0N101I0W PITTSBURG POLICE SEARCH FOB El COMMUNITY VUQBK ' io BEcsrj Toiem Beginning this evening at S o clock n the Kiwanis Hall over the Consoli lated Trust Company, Hickory Com nunity service will inaugurate us re rcational program for the community is a whole. Every item in :im ' i"."-" ,f Community service is for the entne itfeenshin and it is hoped everybody vill become interested in the program be launched this evening. If one is in search of the fountain f youth then come out to these re- Jtion gatherings; if one to m search ,f good time in whicl, he . m ijh meet i5t neighbor wnen nu j - tond some of these get-together pro- Sols" community, of participators RELEASE BALLOON . mm rail ii EIFORHEI Of LIQUOR Rill Brdwn ' presented at Atlanta as well as a large share of that of L. E. OH-j .... - ' ; : phant, rate expert tor tne ciiiii, B th AsS0ciated Press. Washington, , Oct. 1.3 rroniDnux. enforcement officials said today that the enforcement of the ban on Uquoi T,v tin. A cuiv.i'itfwl Tress. 'Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 13.-Polic' huve .seaiclied for a week for Clar Mavl;o, a waitret-.a, also known af "Hetty Meyers." No trace of hc ul,l l.c found. Her mother answerer a rap at the door of their humblf Carson st .-.( t home and there stood c Chinaman, lie carefully inquired v that was the home of "Hetty", and or l'inK informed that it was, whispcr- el: "Your daughter dead." Ik-fore the startled mother could nkc an outcry, he had disappeared. Todav nolu-i were searching China- Wn. Thpv also were hunting for Mont, y uf - All th with whom the gir wai; friendly. He is missing from his Usual haunts, police say. ' . ' , in whicn tO wuiiv nd a uenw i" " --- ill are in uwww dea of this Kvcac development com r vf" xnd live. If you are m 'ion uc-vciww" ,.virt,itv '.all this evening out of curiosity. When" the Winston-Salem Kiwan :v,o r,n! tbrousrh Hickory on No. 21 ftproon on their way to a i..,;iiQ thov will create a stir AMICVU". wv.j -- among the boys and girls of Hickory. There's certainly a reason. - The boys will launch 35- or 40. toy balloons and on one of these balloons will be special laentmcavum That balloon, after going up, will be boundn to come down, and the per son who captures it and mails to the Winston-Salem Kiwams club will receive a dollar in exchange. m.: ;fnrmntion was' conveyed to the Record over the. long distance telephone today by W. N. Vogler. No n will stop here a few minutes and local Kiwanianf and oths come the hustlers from the states largest city. J . , ,a And boys ana gins win -. ,. to capture that dollar balloon. erating in central freight territory, stricken but. Corporation Commissioner, A. J. Maxwell who examined Mr. Womble during the prolonged inquiry said he had no extended argument to make to that of 'Mr. Griffin. He said he did did not believe Mr. Griffin's motion had a . chance to stand and be had nothing to say about it. TURKS RETIRING - FROM CfUUUK ZONE Showing marked improvement over fhoiv Wm. the fia-hting Lenoirians foav.Qff-wiinnn eneaeed in their wns'iast hard scrimmage in preparation jfor their tilt wit n n.ion lupunuw . lri-,ot . o-ivps promise. to be one ot the business; , battles of the season. csd-,f Vmvp been instituted , rsQ ' Vms tho two teams lined up as U lillu lit w I X J -- 1 " . i . 1 i he circus to recover alleged ai)0ut of equal strength with a slight ..ritr.n-i 1-5.1 o-n tn , 'i on uetausc ux experience in the game. But dope, be ing a very fickle dame, is quite often .iwp v iip. so the tinai outcome ui 1 "V-" " . . n , 1 4-.,,.., i uiday's plav is one or. wna v onjetiui". INotingthe decided and marked im- Inrovement in the play oi men ' ! during the past week, Lenoir s tol ..lowers rare pinning their faith strong j on their favorites to come through with 1 the large end of the final tally. . 1 When asked for, an opinion today, ! Coach LaMotte was non-committal, his onlv comment being, "we nave a iua.u at Lenoir which can beat Elon, but whether they will is an open question. Enthusiasm among the students on the hill is at a high pitch They have icoA rt at. -the battle royal inn n. stronfir. and to be in me I 1.1 l IV. I V-' C7, , nrnnhlf. --.ui ,u nn vplls 100 per cent m -JNew xorK w . ! ns'" w"" V. , I 1at strong. At the imai pep , -- :i, v.ic imnrovement was shown . i -e v. .iioo-A vplls. This. m tne siasmg w " "-- - v rvvnbablv on snips in aiucuww vv...-. would be stayed until October 1, a., the restraining order issued by Judge Hand on the date. , J. J. Britt, special attorney in tne aid Judge Zeb V. Long of Stato.viHe address ed a fcir-sizcti audience in the audi torium last night, made a strong ap peal to Democrat.? who left the partv many years ago to rt-tii! ii, told of achievements of tlu? party in state and nation and urged support of the lilHjr(- . al principles of the party. He was presented iy County Chairman Ilagby in a happy speech aftei- The Hickory band had rendered some reusing airs and Zcb B. Buchanan had said a. few words to the crowd. . " S. Aucrustus' Isenhour at the closo of the :' meeting ' was unanimously elected president of the Hickory tow nship Democriatie. club, and Chair man Bagby told the iarge crowd amid applause that Mr. Isenhcur: was cer tainly his choice. Mr. Isenhour's work in the good roads campaign was re called by many. Joseph D. Elliott seconded Mr. Isenhour's nomination. After tcdling how 1 fir- Dr-nnv-rat it party a iuarter of a rrntuiT ago was divided against itsrlf, Mr. Long .said that iiiost of the 40,030 or mre. mem bers of the party returned to the fold when they saw how their lead ers were acting. Those were L-iys when men got warm and things were done and said that should not have h.innened. The Democrats want to wel come those men in Catawba and their ons and daughters back, into the orga nization, and he proceeded-' -to fdiow that the party stands for those thing wn-ch the men who left it stand for. Mr. Lono- told of the state's in- . 1 crest in hoi-'iital.-ii, higher insfitu t toiis of learning, the public school?, where equal opportunities are provid ed for alii, and 'prajised the good roads program that: is making the whole- nation sit up and take notice. He made a telling point when he de clared that if a committee of Re publicans '.vere off on a boosters' trip tbev would not use a single para graph in their state platform to at tract, peonle. to North Carolina. That would not recite the story of pro gress that everybody is familiar with, he declared. . The speaker discussed revaluation. . , iich;the Republicans in the general assembly voted for and then reject ed in the next campaign, and declar ed it U'as JSL -JSJSSTOt-- r?tat0-, - is not taxing mnu ana imsunai !.- .crty, leaving these to uie i-uumiua. The' state's revenue, is derived from incomes, corporations, motor cars. irasoline,' inheritance taxes and the like. . ... - Mr. Long discussed tne taritt nriei- y and contende-i that it v;as iiamwi - ir, hr intprest. of concerns, naming four or five Republican senators w-ho rebelled against it. Uther national ouestions were Uscusced, including the league of nations, Wilson's great est, work for humanity, which was d-ferred bv misrepresentation. As ' shoY.'ing that the Dcmoc-at'c r..iri". whjf-b had boen accused of not knowing hw to run th? govern ,ont; ind made the greatest record nf .irivvcr.-, it ii fight years, M. Tmi'.r f-H-1 ihe federal reserve actv the ffl'M-al farm loan act, the Sim-mons-Uhde'-wood tariff and ther. vi0asure.' The reserve act enabled the United. States to finance the .world !.im tlu u'iira.- S " ' Mr Leiv ouetcd President Harming,, is" favoring the oWie- bonus before the war and told of ins veto or hos bill. 1 . , . ,, . The sneaker m dosing asseiteo in-n while the Democratic nany-wouw absolute- "isti.-e to all aliK. it w-is the friend "f the man who work? and aserd that 'luring tne -iv years of ' Democratic control of the o-overnment the working peoMo. who hve as mncli rivht to Hv"1 well as anv other people, had enjoyed their great gt blessings. nrrshibition dhPartmen'U, Hand's order would act as a stay only in his district, but that it would prevent enforcement in other districts until settled. COTTON Bv the Associated Press. , . y ; New York, Oct. 13.-The cotton mar iNtw . ,., -.,i u.r rflat vely firm lctt was iniiuencv.-u - and cintlmicl re,o -t," ty in the cotton goous - opening today. CHAMBERL m URGES PRESENT Cflilffl December Jnnuwry March May July Open 21.98 . 21.84-' 21.98 21.90 21.72 Close 29.33 22.20 By the Associated Press. Chanak, Oct. 13. A general retire ment of Turkish troops from the vi cinity of Chanak is in progrss. A Chanak dispatch on Thursday an nounced a general advance of the Turkish forces towards the British line, against which the British commander protested. The Turkish commander re plying said he had not received any other instructions. 17-rnn rr AYTHN PASTIME TOMORROW By the Associated Press. Paris.Oct. 14. The French govern ment has instructed Louis Barthou, its representative on the allied repara tions commission, to oppose the latest recommendation by Sir John Radsbury that an immediate moratorium fox five years be granted Germany on all cash payments, it was semi-otiiciany announced today. PRES By the Associated Press. Birmingham, Eng., Oct. 13. Aus tin Chamberlain, the government lead- ' addressing the Midland uonserva- BENT READY TO CULL CONGRESS , i ii, rViaf t ip ohee i sri i i i ill-, iii.i, tiiuii " - - leader will have his cohorts seated be fore him on the bleachers, where he thpm and be seen, will Lit It UCwttx i make it possible to put tnem ovci .v j more effectively. Preparations are being made for a large crowd and with all lovers o, football and backers cf Lenoir urging all other lovers of this greatest ot American games and backers ot Le noir to be there, root, ana neip .j... win. There promises to be no disap pointment in this quarter. Coach LaMotte will probably select tha following men to uphold the fignt for Lenoir: - Heafner, b: ; Bolick lb; Lvans, is, RudisiH, c; Taylor, rg; Norns, rb; Carpenter, rc; Thomnson, qb; Mor etz, J., rh; Browwn, fb; Hawn lh. ROBERTS 10 BUTLER BOOKED FOR NEW ; AYS NORTH CAROLINA IS A FORTUNATE STATE Sickory cotton 1-2 cents. - Ethel Clayton's new Paramomu picture, "The Cradle," will be the feature attraction at the Pastime the tnmnwnw. Tvliss Clayton has an iuu x - r . ;r : - 1p in this production tive club here toaay, imported by Charles hp -criminal to break up the present , . - -"VdinV man. Mary Jane 22,27 1 coalition on' account of the labor men- T..vin. a child ingenue, is well cast. Uately affcer the election ' - . AHded attarction a Robn comedy. , - ace. . - ,, er By the Associated Press. Washington, Oct.- 13.-President Harding was declared today by con gressional leaders who have recently i ...au t,,- no rlisnosed to conferred with his' as disposed call' congress into extra session immc- Chas. A. Whittle of Charlotte, who urns here today, expressed the convic tion "that a man is lucky, who has a home in North Carolina." This asser tion was called forth as a result of a motor trip from Charlotte with Oscar Jones. They . saw many fine school houses along the road and Mi Whittle rWlnvpH that those people in other Newton, Oct. 13.-Mayor OaUatin Roberts of Asheville and former Sena tor Marion Butler have bee n billed to speak to the voters of Newton the former having an engaKement here next Wednesday night, October 18 at. 8 o'clock anl the latter on Saturday, October 21, at 2 o'clock. Bxach will speak in the court house. Persons who have heard Majci Roberts are authority for the asser tion that he is an able speaker, lie has served several terms in' the state legislature, where he took a command ing: position, and has served Asheville as mayor. He is an aSgrcsHive pro nf weater North Carolina. M- Butler is well known iu Cataw ba county, has made several speeches here and will draw a crowd. The Kiwanis Jubilee Minstrel was "ut on in the North Newton, theatre last night before a capacity house and the show went strong. On Wed nosdaynifht it was given in Newton before another large audience... TO REMAIN DRY By the Associated Press. -: j Washington, Oct. 13. American ships will remain dry in American wa ,.,... rvinirman Lasker announced to- - , - ... i -St 4.u r..i.-'i'i' . ...... states who are saying mat in uitu -,cn-, s . (dina "is coming" are certainly right. d- i ' nr.