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This Triumvirate Rules America's' .JoyS sever mmmNs -: FOR- DIRECT ACTION .L'S 1 ' " 5- yorms Greek Government That Execution of former Minister and Generals Cause Her to Withdraw Diplomats Action Resented in Athens, Where Deeds Are Done. Son, N.v. Greek m(t minister ninui-miitu U by ,ht (;m"k m,niar3r 1 . .u.... k'lva lwn e ,j .ay an Kxchange Tele- Capli dixpatch from Athens. CONFIRMED AT ATHENS ,h4 'Associated Vvvm. Nov. 82.-The six former .. fttiepr mul army omeiais ietfd of hiffh treason in connec vith the Greek military disaster U Minor were executed touuy. Li stated in official circles this Von that the immediate with- r,t thu intisn minister at v " " " L will result from thtf exo.c- L Associated Press. don, Nov. 2S. Ihere is the Vprt possibility xnuw uivul uhv- break off diplomatic rela- ith Greece if the death senten- imposed on former Greek cabinet Irs are carried out, it was stated icial circles today. (precedent oi nm-n ui-uvu mw ti, it was supffested, would prob- ae the break of diplomatic rela- fith Servia in 1913 as the re- rf the murder of the Austrian couple. to pointed out, however, that the Ws given the former Greek iters have not yet been carried W there still was hope that the Mould nut take extreme action. bin the trial the British govern- made representations against !e imposition of the death sen- is. London dispatches said the m action has been generally re- li . . . t . a. iiBAtnens ana mat tne recent rfthe Zaimis ministry could be w directly to the British stand. IIN IS HELD FOR POISON MURDER ILL BUT TWO TO DIE ' J Associated Tress. yens, Nov. 28. All but two of hmer cabinet officers and of-. accused of hiy;h treason in eon- with the Greek debacle in Minor have been sentenced to by the military court martial hri the charges. A sentence of iprisonment and depredation was J upon Admiral Goudas and si Stratizos. HAXN APPOINTS . . OFFICERS FOR LEGION p Point, Nov. 28. Dr. I. Y. M High Point department ser vicer of the North Carolina N Leeion. has announced the 'mi? District service officers. District, Dr. G. C. Dixon, : Second District, Bryce Little, "I! Third llisitriet. .T T? Mnllm. New Bern- Fourth District. T. Ml, Durham; Sixth District, u: .0. Wilson, Hamlet; Eighth ID By the Associated- Press. Chilton, Wis., ; Nov. 28. Miss Ann: Lense, 30 years old, daughter of : wealthy farmer, faced arraigment to day on a charge of murder after her alleged confession yesterday that she sent poisoned candy which resulted in the doath of Mrs. Frank Schneider District Attorney Arps said Misr Lense admitted buying poison, insert ing it in a chocolate bon bon and send ing it to Mrs. Henry Schneider, sister of the dead woman. She 'said, accord ing to the district attorney, that sn- did not discover the mistake unt: the death of Mrs. Frank Schneider the mother of eight children. According to the district attorney- Miss Lense said the reason she sen the poison was that Mrs. Henry Sch neider had spread reports damaging to her character and that it had prey ed on her mind. . Full Cabinet Decides to Occupy Ruhr Valley, Seize State Coal Mines in Germany and Oc cupy Right Bank of Rhine Marshal Foch Submits Plan Will Collect Reparations. Ray,' director general or motl'o-.i pt'lurec ar..3 i-:t the. ruhr.. to tlVvtr advice is Judge KeneKaw Mountain JLiJ:s.; hi'-: .ttuner of the Friars' Club in N --w 'Tor J:. : ; i .)fe.-VTotiirt.r-.-f.i,. 4-?tVvr!'c3.v-:-:Oil- tliC" Jef-t.is .' ."ill K. i -Vu.K-pfus :Tl;6m'5s, czruv cii.l.o. -Etacriv -Isitenins .-:.-uiiiaio:Kv; f ';ba.iballec' They-, gathered ttt the MADOO CHARGED SPEEDIWG AT -.William 1. GRAHnM CALLS AT WHITE HQUSF By 'th Associated Press. . Washington, Nov. 28. Represehti tive Grahajn, Republican of Illinois who led the fight for several of th most important amendments to the shipping bill yesterday, conferredwith President Harding at the white house today. It was understood that he had beer, called to the white house to discuss the bill, but he said the president had noth ing to say about the amendments al ready adopted. Beyond this' Mr. Gra ham would not discuss the matter. 3y the Associated Press. Fresno, Cal., Nov. 28 jibbs McAdoo of Los Angles, form 2r secretary of the ti-easury, was irrested in Tulare county yesterday ifternoon and cited to appear before Judge J. S. Clack to answer a charge f speeding the rate of 51 miles an 10UT. , According to the traffic officer who irrested Mr. McAdoo he first pursu ed ; the McAdoo car containing Mr" - and . Mrs. , McV.jioo.-.and their, chauf- ; eur ior .vnree nines. , McAdoo was enroute to Fresno j .vhere he addressed the bar associa-' tions of three counties last night. Judge Clack has the reputation oi jailing drivers. ' FOOTBALL RETURNS BY WIRE The Record has arranged ywith the Associated Press to receive reports of the Carolina-Virginia footbal game at Charlottes ville Thursday over its leased telephone wire. The game " will start at 2:30 o'clock. The Associated Press, realiz ing the great interest in this v game, will cover it as . com pletely as it has covered the Yale-Harvard- or ArmyrNavy game. The story will go over the wire, play by play and Associa ted Press papers, large and small' may receive the returns: iV ;'v-:; Five or ten minute periods -during which the office at Ral eigh will read -the resultswill be arranged. The Record-office-will be at -home to its friends Thursday, afternoon and persons, , interested . might -uss - thtete- phone. Harry Link will be in charge of the special service. " The Record will not issue a pa per Thursday, MglE By the Associated Press. Baton Rouge, Nov, 28. The man sion occupied by Gov: John ML Parker was placarded during the night with printed notices of a "naturalization ceremony" of the Baton Rouge ku klux klan scheduled for Thanksgiving night. The governor arising this morn ing looked across the grounds and saw hundreds of sticks arranged appear ing as tombstones on which were at tached the dodgers. 'ihe executive, who has come out in opposition to the klan, took the mat ter . as a joke, , laughing as he related the matter to his friends. The downtown streets of Baton Rouge also were posted during the night, i 14,000,000 RUSSIANS SAVED FROM STARVATION ii -1. niiDiiFTro niu COMMUNITY PLAY Jlh tSjSvff NEW RECTOR HED SET FOR TONIGHT, nrmiP- ATNEW BRUNSWICK m MLnni SUBSIDy BILL (S USOERFIRE AGAIN By the Associated Press. Washington,, Nov.. 28 Opponents of the administration shipping bill, whTcn is Hearing a final vote in the house centered their attack at the outset of , today's session on the provision creating a merchant marine fund or payment of direct aid to American ship owners. Representative Davis of Tennessess, a Democrat on the merchant marine committee, offered an amendment to eliminate the entire section and thj house immediately plunged into debate with each speaker limited to five min utes, The section which Mr. Davis sought to check out will provide ,for caution of the fund by the transfer of it or ten ,per cent of customs duties, ton nage dues collected government arnr refunds made by companies making high profits. DO KILLED BY WILSONPQ All indications point to a big night at the Legion hall tonight. Community ,ei vice will put on another of those et-to-gethcr game nights with some - . 1 . mu thing doing every minute. This will Berlin, Nov. 8.--Fpurteen million , solutelv the last chance before Russians were saved irom apparently TunkRf,ivint, to o-et in on one of these starvation throueh tne . . v v-,,,,, v, tv,Vc inovitnhio steps taken to cope with the recent famine, declare the All-Russian Cen tral executive committee in a publica tion issued here. The dissolution of do mestic hunger relief organizations al so is announced. . . The American Relief administration, which is cited as having led in -the amount of assistance given by for eign organizations, is credited with foods, doming, aim m- nOA nr.unds in . . . rrM. - n;u ovnrpssea sne- H. Hardin, Salisbury; '.SffX-JJ! for Sta lwlftnd for-that trict. A. J. Beall, Charlotte I an SStn Friend. Service District. C. A sinnno nto. also oi tne Amenwi . Tnter- ' w " miaeinn. tn IN ail St" II ivciici, , national Workers, etc. OF RECTOR N Associated Press. .. ' ' ftrv'e. X. J., Nov. 28. Mrs. r sevens Xowell Hall, widow f KeV. Edward WJioolof WnH ""am on SeDtemher 11 -with ft V:ii I appeared today at the House where a trrand lurv Is rriniMh,. ....... J" 'Mm. Hall had circulated " -vv rue PPear UfA.. u. . y ui Kiana jury. C nlfU u x . 1 , . . . -wiijuKn ueputy Auor- L 'v ' iuott Hair Bi!1IStick Nther he would try to Itl. Rail v' ' Li. "4" at'COmiiiinuwl Vr fcor - woman inend, cnter- Jn-.dby state troopers Mrs. uu - raiser, hailed by the L ' stai- witnt-ss. orivAil u,t nouse todiy. The star UKhfi.jl lLU..l. tod i ' ir"ouKn a siue Hnri. '"" io ine prose- W 1 ht'r companions sat Bv the Associated Press. Raleigh, N. C Nov. 28.-An am endment to the charter of the Revo u tion 'Cotton Mills of Greensboro, in creasing the capital stock f rom 000 to $3,000,000 was granted by the secretary of state today. MISS MARY MacSWINEY yesterday. . t o,qrd da Her release came on the 3rd d of her hunger stnke. bne na tajce food since teTarbt sveninirs of fun. Due to the Thanks giving holiday coming on the usual meetiner dav. the meeting was pushed ahead two days in order that all those wishing to attend might have the opportunity. At least 9 games and stunts will be pulled off this evening. Some of the games1 have been played here before but there will be new ones int.'oriucd. The community game evenings are open to all admits over eighteen years of age. , ' Miss Marguerite Wilson, the director of Community service for Hickory, has confered with some of the members of the recreation committee and will direct the activities ; this evening. ' COTTON By the Asosciated Press. i New York, ' Nov. 28. The cotton market was- somewhat irrregular dur ing today's early trading. The sharp break of yesterday seemed to . have unsettled sentiment and there - was further light liquidation as a result of which the market opened unchang ed to four points lower - except for October which was 10 points higher. By the Assocciated "Press. Washington, Nov;" 28. When Re publican leaders sought to bring , be fore the senate today the Dyer anti lynching bill, already passed by the house, they encountered a campaign of. opposition which speedily seemed to be growing into a full fledged filibus ter. , . ; v After forcing a total of six roll calls in the first .hour Senator Harrison, Democrat of Mississippi, passed a few remarks on the Fordney-Cummins tar iff act. By the Associated Press. Houston, Tex., Nov. 28. The Rev. J. M. Ervin Pettit, rector of the Episcopal church of St. Marks at Bay City, Tex., will assume on .January 1 the pastorate of St. John the Evan gelist at New Brunswick, N. J., tne church of which - the Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall was rector. December January March May July ; Open 20.07 25.00 25.06 25.02 24.75 Close 25.23 25.27 25.33 25.25 24.94 Byv the - Associated Press. ' ; -v; Washington," ' Nov. 28. Chairman Cummins of the senate interstate com merce committee said, today he had abandaned plans for railroad , legisla tion this winter and would not intro duce his proposed bill for amendment of- the . Esch-Cummine transportation act until the next congress. a raid on a house : in Aylesbury ro bv nationalist woi - Hickory cotton 25 1-4 cents. NOT YET DECIDED ft iDN INVESTIGATION ine jejamurm ! Sliss MacSwine,yA was released at nrf was taKen in 7 p. m.. an; ...y mobile to tne has been J I'fJf' Ariatefof the prison xasunK u"" :"rx"Tvr,o .nfarcera- The navai . setiei in protest ; again- . , . but Lvrlpred the. inquiry as a purely gov- Sp?ernd'iT&K remo'ed to crnmcntal raatter. p.v the Associated Press Washineton J Nov iZ.-ecreiary Denby has not yet determined the man ner in which he will conduct the in vfjstieation into the conduct of Anna polis midshipmen at the Army-Navy game in Philadelphia;iast Saturday. Tim naval secretary saia ne r had NEWBERRY WITHIN CALL DENMARK WILL" CONTINUE THE EIGHT HOUR DAY Copenhagen, Nov. 6. The eigH hour day law in Denmark will be ex tended for the years 1924 and 1925 as the result of a report made -recently by the board of social welfare. - This law, which was enacted a year ago to remain in force until the end of 1923, has been attacked by many interests as being responsible for the increases in the cost of living, but ef forts to have it rescinded have failed. The board, in its' report, stated it believed the law was rjisponsible for much" of this increase, but that it con tained many advantages for the work men which more than offset this dis advantage. SET DATES FOR THE WINSTON-SALEM FAIii Winston-Salem, N C, Nov. 28. Dates :I for the Forsvth (County and Winston-Salem Fair as announced to- dav bv the management -are October 9. Si 4. and 5. The work on the pro 9 a. A. anH 5. The management already - . , . - j has begun work on tne program ana promise that they are going to sur pass any previous eiiort. THE AMERICAN'S CREED i I believe in the United States of America as a government of the peo ple, by the people, for the people, whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a .democ racy in a republic; a sovereign state; a perfect Union, one and inseparable ; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice and human ity for which American, patriots sac- mced their lives and fortunes. . T therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it; to support its Constitution; to obey its laws; to res pect its flag, and to defend it against all enemies. s WILLIAM TYLER PAGE. Ohio State Journal. - Uncle Truman Newberry says that if there seem to be - opportunities , f or public service in the future he will not nesitate to oner nimseu t-o staie or nation, and if we need him well call him. gL.Dijs crp rush BUCKET SHOP MEN UNDER INDICTMENT Bv the Ascosciated Press. New' York, Nov. 82. Three indict ments charging, grand ; larceny and .bucketing were returned today against Roy McMasters : and ; his steprlather Tv.n v Mf Masters, connected witn V jl : ' . , the stock brokerage of ; O. H. Mc Moctove r.nmnanv. with offices in IMMUfW&tJ. w J ml ' eight cities, which failed last Febru ary Vwith liabilities of $600,000. By the Associated Press; - '. ' I Wilson, "N. C., Nov. "82. Policeman Lloyd Lucas shot and killed Howarc Jacobs, negro, last night at the store of Jack Wells in this city. The offi cer had been called to Wells,' store to quell a disturbance. The policeman to hold up his hands, the negro made claims that when he ordered Jacuf.s a move as if to draw a pistol. Lucus lired, killing, the negro instantly. . A coroner's inquest held this afternoon exonerated Lucus.. By ; the Associated Press. . Paris, Nov. 28. A plan for direct action by France as a solution of the reparations question was submitted to day to the full cabinet meeting in the Elysee palace, with President Miller and "presiding. ' ' The plan provided for seizure of the state coal mines and . collection of ex port taxes in the Ruhr district, togeth er with absolute control of that section of the Rhineland now occupied' by the French military. ' Members of the cabinet, after the meeting refused to discuss the action taken, but it is generally believed the plan was approved without, opposition, as it was drawn up yesterday at a , meeting in which the foremost mili tary and civil authorities participa ted, including President Millerand, Premier Poincare, Marshal Foch and the ministers of finance, war and lib erated regions. There is no longer much faith here in any inter-allied solution of the,, re parations question, even though the Brussels conference is held. Marshal Foch and a major general of the French chief of staff are under stood to have told President Miller and and Premier Poincare at yester day's meeting that a plan for expand- . ing the military occupation of the right bank of the Rhine had been prepared with absolute care and could be exe cuted on 24 hours' notice. This program would be applied only after January 15, for Germany now has a moratorium, until the end of December and the fiyst payment under " Ihe" existing scheme of reparations, -now under suspension, would be due in the middle of January. Germany's fail ure to meet this payment, would in the opinion of the French automatically giye the right to act. GENERAL CARR NAMES C. A. WEBB AS COLONEL OF STAFF Durham, Nov. 28. General? Julian S. Carr, commander-in-chief of "the United . Confederate : Veterans, today pmionnced the appointment as an aloe de camp on his staff , with the. rank ot colonel, and a commission has been issued to Mr. Webb for that purpose. General Carr stated that he wa?' very flad indeed to honor Mr. Webb with this appointment as he is the son of his old comrade, A. S. Webb, who was a brave Confederate officer, ana who .is still enjoying good health at the advanced age of 82. FIRE AT CONOVER Flag Salute I pledge allegiance , to my flag, and to the Kepuoiic ior wnicn it stands: One Nation indivisible, with liberty and justice to all. AN OBSERVED BRIDEGROOM Detroit News. The former kaiser at least can say. that; for. a bridegroom he attracted more than the usual attention. ' " Fire Friday afternoon destroyed the cotton gin and sawmill of-Banks Hewr itt at Conover, entailing a loss of $10,000, with no insurance. About 25 , bales of cotton were burnbd.Lack of water prevented effective fighting of, the fire, , : -'. ' FUNERAL TOMORROW OF L7 in The funeral of .Mrj ETz'ra Augustus Hunsucker, whose death btcurr'ed at . Pasadena, Ca. November 20, will be held from St. John's Reformed church, near Conover, tomorrow afternoon' at 2 o'clock. Rev. Walter W- Rove will conduct the ' service. ; . The body arrived at the home of Air. and Mrs. H. A. Hunsucker, his parents, in Conover' last night. - j Mr. Hunsucker was born March 8, 1895, and .was 27 years of age. He jj graduated at Lenoir College in 1916 . and was principal of the North school, , ; : . .... - i Hickory, the following year. He-vol- ; ' T ' '' - .k ' unteered for war service and was sent Fire which apparently . started tn. a ir u aia u; o r t ; - - . v tt i VTfcxcca, nucic lie uiu ilia imi i, 111 1,11c: wooden box used as a fioal receptacle . in the room of Mr. Albert Lutz over niafharfj-efi "in 1919. hf enteref. LTef- the Lutz Drue store created uneasi- ness. about, 11 o clock .todfore . the fall of 1919, and gave up" his e Fmeu1STel1? Indies in March. 1920, because offail- the blaze. The damage was small. . . . . tpr innr iront. Ahigh, vnnd ,pfve ;tatT North Carolina 'and the fire, had it-, attained .an V bead- . n Pasadena.!He is survived wav. ditiicult to nanaie, out loriun- - - , r- atelv this tiny blaze was diseovereu - 1 in time. Drs. T. C. Blackburn and ter and his grandmother, Mrs; Noah R. H. Rowe, who have offices over we of Conover. . . the drug store, discovered the smoke Mr. Hunsucker who jomed the Re about the same time and investigated formed church at early age, de It was found that the fire hed b.ir.-yeioped mto-a splendid young man. ed through the wall into -w ' hall.He was handsome and honorable and It was burning slowly ., and the-f ii--Vas a fine athlete. As a baseball-play-men; using both chemicals and water. er at Lenoir College he made a big soon-had it out. reoutation as a batter. In Hickory. The wooden box which contained where he taught for a year prior to coal - and papers was thrown mt the the war, Mr. Hunsucker was popular window. The papers were on fire. with the pupils and had a bright fu- Water leaked through the floor toture before him when tuberculosis, the rear end of the druc store, but which he probably contracted over the damage -as small. seas, cut short his life. ;i 1 1 m iiDCTJsi irb d tin a a in ui uiHiitu uuujy is r. I- r - r ! i Tl ir i f u I) i 1 i 5. i i i f n ' ! 3 H : f H -II 'Mn 'Elated group. a'euwing.noinej ii '