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tt!1 WEATHER Fair tonight and Sat urday. Colder, frost to 4.5 "before their SEPTEMBER 11, 1915.1 in $200,000 . i 11... sa Yf ' . . ni .......inn ..I ll l.l recovery i i-ai"m ruction "of war cantoncmcnts , .M-wi mi in the next step NTH w ...,.nfV i.!imtniirn a trains. WW1"" " ' I under war contracts.; W .. ...... L n SU IS Hit. "I llWk uvu I. but it was imncaieti mai ' i ; i.l fn-iCH are to -inviutve L initial ktwn f camps in the Centra; initial cases arc expected to in- -..truction of Camps Upton, U N Y., Camp Jackson, to- C.' Camp snerman, vnui- ariCamp Funston, Fort Riley, 'fkia! estimates place the total .Lin ha hoiiirht i ti the re-. 9 .IUH " Edits at more than $75,000,000. amp coating $13,000,000 aud- . t ... .1 ; l t a j mm an d to nave Uiaviuavu u W of $a.ooa,ooo. toion of the department ot to institute lefral action for of the sums resulting: from Wat ion of more than a year W General Daugherty and Wa reaching into every part I'nitfd States. kminor actions migm grow uuv inflation the department would it was indicated that the ,rics of suits would present one iitswtepiiijr and far reaching 1 j. t 1 j. L. . MS ever unuerta Ken Dy ine government. Suit HICKORY, NC FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1922. She Hopes to Be Senator V night. Fresh and strong nortnwest winds. -, PRICE FIVE CENTS "4 S4 ft m , , .,W'-J'' society rcceivetl a shock when Gertrude Glad vs Hunter 21. asked $200 000 heart balm from Paul K. Heller "or aleged 5 KnffSV. iiCi rmbCLf Prominettt Wk family, S , ow nouT to be tho curl's father. He denies her oharga. - Ijy tho Associated "Press. New York Novf 24.4-The first step taken by Police Commissioner Enriaht today on receiving the telegraph order sent yesterday from Mayor llylan at French " Lick Springs to drive the ku klux klan out of New York was to print as a circular, the mayor's mes sage. . "If there are individuals or organi zations in this city who think they arc above the law, -they, are riding for a fall," the commissioner said. ? -" ' : .', .-"-::m f . SEEK INVESTIGATION By the Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 24. Representa tive John W. Ramey, Democrat of Il linois, announced today that he would introduce a resolution calling, for in vestigation of newspaper reports that the ku klux klan had .initiated ,- mem bers under the "dome of th eapitol." STILLM1 SEI OS B COURT iiwim r Rv nrnn FROM ME III 1TITIIT Mi ni pt .jll iiiu 1 1 1 u I luiiu r -4 ni n r V- AmociuIwI I'l CSM. , . hp, Nov. 21. Turkey's at the Lausanne confer- ingof the arrival of Amcri inary reprepontatives hero the hope that American pic and educational institu- ild not he alarmed in Turkey. raalist agent explained tha' V no disposition to drive ou! Ssespti-iully those engaged ir. Jil and charitable undertake pas pfiirucd out, however, that p m roa:on why foreign in a whether educational or oth- wld be dealt with different W of Turkey, and if these s the fiii'i(.'ncrs should do Lora Kuvernment holds that Ml be no snocial nrivileL'P. I - n - - - Mn. TH SIDES TALK ABOUT SHIP SUBSfOY lino FROM By the Associated Press. Birmingham, Ala., , No. 24. Tin Birmingham district today prepared ti lay to rest the first of the 84 dea whose lives were snuffed out Wcdncs day by an explosion of coal dust !: mine- No. 3 of the Woodward Iro: Company. The causualties were resi dents of many cestions and many graves were being dug in differen; towns. Sixteen of the victims had not beer identified today, 15 of them being no groes. Identification of some of the no- Trees was declared virtuoily impos sible, because their faces were burne. almost beyond recognition. At th( mine where the only evidence of tlx disaster was the concrete work of the rmrtin tr r. t urn a n n n no ft rir T nn ti I'i : ... m . njiv, "linn o u.n.ivu ujr w.v was trying to iorce the measure preparations. were being made to opei tj,roueh a congress elected two veaw Monday. nn wien , subsidv was not an issue. Many of the miners burned by the i Representative Davis of Tennessee, nynlnsinn nrn lisflhlefl bv thf fata ' j..- - r j- il. m.. uemociatic memuur oi me commiitee, I?y the Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 24. Widely con flicting views as to the wisdom of en acting the president's merchant mar ine bill were voiced in the house today. Representative Lehlbach of New Jersey, a Republican member of the merchant marine committee which framed it, declared the country would not have a merchant marine unless the present measure was adopted. Referring to the cost of government peialion of its merchant ships, Mr. Lehlbach asserted that the shipping board "by eternal vigilance" had cut iown operating costs $50,000,000 and all that was asked was a new kind ol ubsidy which would further reduce the subsidy now being paid. Declaring that the administration xplosion are disabled by the fata after damp declared that as soon o they are able to work. Aociatcd PresK. r. N'. C. Nov. oi. A 1t. I ken receivi'i tmm a -u, tomer cashier of th nanv ff Point, addressed tn rlirnt. institution. IH'Mnlino v .y uiii i v P this morr.inir K a t . 4 H lot divulin. tno r.nnAni. Ptt that thf.fr. ... i ..vait- wnerc it was f ""ere vei,:. N three w,eks is. White ago ana I ken received from him. rl t the bank disclosed v:t CwKc of $0,000 to 12,00U Vvrd'nK to otfifials of the been made good by i nd the institution opened t ew days after the dnai. rui white. REFINE POTATOES W u!' t(wn farmer ,cx- lSL. l..July ram ami which Ml1 unti.' the latter part Hih. wu.n practically from would have shor tdnn . ""Mill II Uid 5 he five s nt. ..i j I'm. i-viii t -i. Ml r aTOd to dry iney . and but T atltvnlr n hiUH thf? other find the Wfr. handfioine ,Brteoat By the Associated Press. Asnevnie, in. nov. .;. wiu.. F. R. Morris is awaiting the arnv from Saluda of reltaives of Mrs Cora West,' instantly killed while o a hunting trip with her husband, Fre J. -West, before deciding whether o not an investigation will be held. According to the husband, a doj stepped on; the trigger of the shotgui which had been laid on the groun and the charge entered Mrs. West ; body, under the left arm ranged up .old the house "it is representative government with cengeance.'' INNER WORKERS f-y the Associated Press. a Salisbury, N. C-, Nov. 24. The state Democratic executive will give a din ner in honor of the county chairmen ind vice-chairmen of the county com mittees at the Yarborough hotel in Raleigh on Monday f night, Noveaiber 57, at 8 o'clock, according to. announce ment here today by J. D. "Norwood, ehairman of the committee, Tt, arlrlition to . these officials in . ... T j-- - . ;he organization, the advisory ' Com 1 mittee. state olticers,. lormer cnau ward through the neck. Death was, . men of tje executive committee, form- almost' instantaneous. , Grief stricken, the husband placed his wife's body in his automobile and drove to a local undertaKing estau- lishment. . ii er lieutenant governors and speakers of the house have ben invited. Dis cussion of the recent election and ova- lining of future policies probably will be featured. . ! : J A New York man traded his wife for a Ford automobile, prosumauiv because he figured he had Pochinnocw to learn about .rough going. Wash ington Post. ' ' . ' i 1 um. m tironf 2 ill i. i n ii i . n-. ;MMMf j inriBWii iii l ii - nv - C Jr.Aii:.,J w, r- nandRome rromMici.w v. - : v.nw where C,.A"n says ho nvr. ., vorcc because she dosnt jtnow.wne.it. iw n . . 1 v I . . m no never saw vuivv T .f ? bun."" ' ciu"lf)t ascribe I her husoana is.piu.,,. t. .""t h u :n: . . , TT . -...v,iiKlif at home.LrOnuon SCOUT MEETING TONfGHT There will be an important meeting of Hickory troop No. l tomgnx ai i in thp Kiwanis hall. It is ne cessary that every scout be present V.O trosrlv registration and that all who have not yet done so bring their By the Associated Press. ' . New York, Nov. 24. James. A. Stil man, New. York banker, today failed in his efforts to have the appellate division of the supreme court set a?ide confirmation of the referee's report in his divorce case and upheld the .legi timacy of baby Guy. Hi By the Associated Press. Greensboro, N. C, Nov. 24. -Charg ed with the task of investigating pres ent conditions in this state by the North Carolina social service confer ence, the citizens committee -of 100 met here today to decide on recommenda tions to the 1923 general assembly. '; Lucille. Cachvallader, Long Beach, Cat, hopes some day to fill a seat in the United States Senate. - She's only 22 now but already she's a full fledged lawyer, is president of the Woman's Legal Association of tho University of California, and la looking -longingly toward a seat in tho Legislature. . TIGER ANSWERS RADICAL LEADER SENATORIAL CIDERS CRITICS SHOT- Tiger of ITALY SORROWS FOR OF SOU Bv the Associated Press. " Lo Rome, Nov. 24,ltaly mourned today the passing of Barton Sonninn, who was twice prime minister ' and her foreign minister during the world war. Death came last night after an apoplectic stroke early in the day. COTTON FBy the Associated Press. New York, Nov. 24. There were fewer December notices issued in the cotton market today than expeeteqrhan j ought to. and alter opening irregular at a de cline of three points to an advance of By . the "Associated Press. . Boston, Nov. 24. The France lashed back at his senate crit ics today in the first American inter view granted to the Associated Press, replying particularly to the criticisms of Senators Hitchcock and Borah in the senate. Answering Senator Hitchcock's criticism of black troons on German territor, the Tiger declared that Hitch cock had been misled by German pro paganda, and that today there was not a single black -soldier -on German ter ritory. "Senator Hitchcock called me a mil itarist,'' Clemenceau said. "Well, I am glad to tell Mr. Hitchcock that he is in the senate only a few. more days, owing to the vote of the people. When he is free I dare him to go to France! and learn the facts." ( ; ' Senator Borah's recent , assertions that' "Clemenceau was primarily re sponsible for conditions in Europe be cause of his influence in, di'af ting the Versailles treaty, the aged statesman deciared this' "situation" was parti cularly distressing," because in France he was most bitterly criticised for "having asked from the Germans less ?8 points, the market sold vm " - Open Close December 25.20 25.52 January 25.40 25.85 March - 25.52 23.61 May 25.37 25.51 July 25.08 25.17 Hickory cotton 25 1-4 cents. Since Rumania has announced it intends to pay its debt to the United States, there has been a rush lor geographies to find where such a country can be. -Kansas City Star. TO GIVE LECTURE SUBJECT A large audience is .expected to hear Dr. J. L. Spruill at the audi torium tonight,.lecturer on tuberculosis its causes and - prevention. Dr. Snruill isvclosincr a successful tuberculosis clinic" in Hickory rjnd good that alreadv has been done is not to be measured.; Tonight he will speak directly to the general publ:e and it is hoped tfiat a large crowd will be nut tn hear him. ; Tbf community welfare? nlav. "The ilk Fairies." also will be presented FIRE IS RAG INS FOREST By the Associated, Press. Asheyilleo N.,- C.Noy. 24. A de structive forest fire 'which has wiped out a samp of ; the Suncrest Lumber Company on Pidgeon river and spread -By- th -Associated PressJ Dublin, Nov. 24. Erskinc Childers, chief lieutenant of Eamonn De Val era, was executed here today for hav ing an automatic pistol in "his pos session' without, proper' authority. .. The brief army report states that Childers was tried by a military couit at Dublin November. 17 -charged with being in possession Without pro per authority of an automotic pistoi when arrested .by officers. The accused, the report adds, was found guilty and . sentenced to deatfi and the execution was carried out, this morning. " , '" -' : - 1 . SHOCK TO ENGLAND By th Associated- Press. London, Nov. 24. -Announcement of - the execution in Dublin of Erskine Childers, chief lieutenant of Eamonn De Valera, was receied here shortly afternoon today. It came as o surpris-.-to England, " where it. was not believed Free State authorities would carry out the sentence. " , The evecution removes the most important figure in the republican movenient in Ireland next to De Valera for Childers, a mon of extra ordinary personality, was a strong leader in the republican movement. JAIL SENTENCES IRfEEDIRS "IIEST By the Associated:, Press. Los Angeles,' r No v. T24. Thirty-one persons, including one woman, were in jail today for speeding and reck less driving, bringing up to 85 the to into the headquarters of Davidson tal of alleged speeders in Los Angeles river, has spread, into valuable spruce timber, according to reports reaching here this morning. The fire already has enveloped a large area of the Pid geon river, and has spread into the Davidson river area in Pisgah forest across the mountain. LENOIR PLAYS OAK. RIDGE HERE SATURADY this week. In commenting on the cases, Police Judge Chambers said: "I am sending speed maniacs- to jaif because that is where they belong." MR. SHUFORD IMPROVES Rotary's second minstrel show, played beftire a 1 packed house last night, again was such a success as to make those having parts in it feel justified for the many nights of pains taking effort before- the rise of the curtain on the big night. Oscar Sim mons, who supervised . the first per foi mance, assumed again the direc tion of the second and his work as interlocutor was prononced. The music was furnished, by Rob Roy Peery's orchestra-and a new song composed by Mr. Peery, "Sweet Dreams," was sung for the first time by . Mrs. J. H. Shuford. The orchestra music was a delight. The curtain rose with the comnanv standing for the opening chorus" anil from that minute until the finale the audience was eiven a treat nf nr.t and jest and comedy -skits, that kep it bubbling with enthusiasm n 0m times. The men werp hlnir fa 0a the women in fancv pnetnmi. th. antics of the end men making .'the large crowd grin even dufrine- the ywrious. moments. . - TU . l. ' . .. . . inc specialties took place while the company was changing for the thrro part, and the customary long wait was avoided. The specialties them selves were worth the nrice of ad mission and Ab Lutz said this after noon at 3:29 the minute before the Record went to press that he had not paid out a sir"-'-, Cent of his wager. Features of the first part included" solos and chorus by Hugh D'Anna, Snr!a Rose;" Georee Watson, Who;" Mrs. J. H. Shuford, "Sweet Dreams;" Mrs. Geo. Lyerly. "Ceave Me Avith a Smile;" Earl Mulie.., an Italian composition with a scream to it; Jake Shuford, "Dapper Dan-" and Hugh Williams, "Angel Child'." Right here is where Bob Martin pull ed that eccentric and concentric danc ing stuff. It was hot stuPh. . Rev. Sam Stroup, than whom there is no better entprtn the audience with "mirth and melody," and was followed bv O. Joe Howara with some dentist, stuff. Mr. Howard played the role of Dr. Pullom. to perfection. Henrv Hoibrook as I.-M. Sore,Oma Hester aslOinSfy Tooth -ache and. Aldis Henderson .as Mif; " Malviny Nerve were equally fine in their parts. Dr. Pullem used a big flashlight- to examine cavities in his patients', teeth. His last patient, after seeing what had happened to the others, der ided to take the" gas and tht doc. literally blew , him up. Be coming frightened, the dentist called for a doctor and Dr. Charles Menzies went to his rescue. The physieia nerely punctured the 1 patient's stomach to j-elieve him. Other Features Following this came Mr., and Mrs. Earl Mullen in their "famous Par Apache dance," in which the hero treated the heroine rough. Their dancing parts were unusuallv jjood. ..Oscar Simmon.-; and Rusk"llenry pulled magic stuff on the audience at, tins point as "Bunk and Punk." Mr. Simmons wore tho conventional magician's dress with the exception of some extra curves about the face and. Mr.' Henrv remained black face. Seme of the "professor's" f.iff of which was meant to- be transparent ; was extremely clever, and; the audi ence got a genuine surprise at the lar.:.'. jicuiv iai tne stacre tnr n ..hoi..;; and apparently returned. Vprof. Simuj inuns stepped back of the aisle ur -get his wand and seemed back in two S? in "testhey, ajeared and Roy Abernethy and George Ydder got out of their robes and masks. Tha audience howled. ; . . Mrs. Geo. Lyerlv and Mrs. Oscar T if?Sp thcen. Sfngr a duet' "In d effect Sch0Ql House" with good ' The Last Part ' Fea tures of the third and last part included solos and chours bv Fred -Abernethy , "Jimmy;" Mrs. Horace ' Lutz Hortense,". in which the inter-" iecutor joined her after a "scene" with the orchestra leader; Miss Vit--eima Allen, "Just a Little Love Song Horace Lutz, "My. Mammy Know? ; Watsol "A M Sionf-.diV.-tv a Aint Nat"re Grand;". Hugn DArma "Tuck Me" to Sleep," and "It fmale by. the whole company. r and HnTwT8' iith Horace L"t? and Hugh Williams as end men i.. eluded Albert Hewitt, Oma Heke- Rusk ..Henry Hugh b'Anna, Henrf -Tucker and Earl Mullen. Other men in the cast were Geo Lverlv vJul Fox Watt ShFr&rnlg; and Bascom Black welder. 5 Among the women not already mo tioned were Mrs. Hugh D'Anni Mrs ?SS' ?nry' J" L- Riddk,' mS: rred AbernelAv i w4.. r' -t1" ""'' . nu- , mrs. AlDert Farabes and Football fans in this section will have another chance tomorrow of see ing the Lenoir College team in action before the Thanksgiving, day,. game in 'Newton with Catawba College. Oak Ridge is the opponent here tomorrow iio tbp nrenaratorv school boys not as strong a team as Lenoir wno nave jn - . . . , . . i .jj .. have registration fee. Any who have not just oeiore .mis aumew, u.u ... ell -ched and will put Sned their lyceum money .should do ) ence will, get a good puy wi,h a they weu c ' Mr. James C. Shuford, whose right leg was broken in two places yester day when a heavy piece of machinery which was being loaded on a truck fell on his ankle, was resting easier at his home today. It -.will be two week before he ill be able to leavu his bed. Mr. . Shuford . saw the big ipieoe . of ..machinery, which weigh? apout a tno.usana .pounas, enaanger the life of a truck .driver and stopped it wniie v-ne man got out oi tnc way He. was unable to vlpar of it himself and it crushed his ri?ht leg. . VI 51 rtiri riewitt, Mrs. Sam H Mrs. Ed Shufordr Rev Oscar. Goode announced that: night h?fWiShVbe repeated the night of December l for the benefit tLu2SLWh 412 have an oppor tunity to see it this time. Many per sons were unable to obtain seats? hV said, and ,t was hopd to accommo date these and hundreds jsf others and, at the same time aid the boy's worii- -a.we being fathered by , the Rr-tary club. .. Tn the , meantime, Sonar Law and his partners won't: have to woi i v about the Irish problem. That trifling bother is now vacationing in America where.is seems to feel more at home, anyhow. Richmond Time3 Dispatch, ( '.1 t ' W i ', r f 1 1 It ' - It: - 'ffs hi: 'ing lo irive lie is proDauiy so tonight. - . 1 upinion.