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Southern Newspaper
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Advertising Bureau.
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THE WEATIC3
Partly cloudy tonight and Sat
urday. Moderate aautheaat and
south vnintis. ''r' : .
LOW TIDES
ON THE OCEAN BEACH
Today :.. ... .-1 5:25
Tomorrow
!JTEEN NO. 82
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t i Ortnany. Thursday. 7 ,
St fighting a the result;
aonJxt outbreak, which has -i
terras here the last 40
I xwUnuIng desperately t-
land to baud corneals in
IDO TWICE FOUUD1
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WAR RISK INSURANCE
( ACT ALLOWANCES TO
EXPIRE ON APRIL 31
AVIATOR IS
BELIEVED TO
BE1YING
FLANE IS WRECKED
IN FATAL FALL ON
LOUISIANA FARM
Plantation Owner Us
Alleged to Have Shot
and Drowned Mis Meip
BISHOP GURLEY
(United Press.)
WASHINGTON. March
-No
Tk. ..1(1. if ma.
fie. crashea or hand gren-1 trac has jet boen round r the navy
I I - iH ....1 ..!.( Twaa hallnntl Which. With five iDOlO In
feflfUiiiiun i nn a uu - ' , - . .. , . .
I golnit on ateadUy the its basket, has been missing Own the
our. TwiJ thousand pw Trnsacola nayal station sinc Tues
) east halt or the city. clay, according to reports to the navy
(ikrorkmen hold ths west, department. Air craft and voxels
at the dead and severely , arr,Taking a thorough search or the
MatUl lying tonight In thej Gn!! of. Mexico where it is feared I the
in they Wl 20. hours ago. mon were lost. The men went on a
1 1 either Hide are unknown i trial nigni i u-uj u. " )
iUha Weu .kUW and . th.Jiitlon or winds h -thoM
lira this morning a ngni- to
U . ... I blown out over the gulf.
?! ! Last - reports brought by carrier
L'riiith. ! pigeons said the .balloon was -drift-
iiJLi N irv.ee , i dvef the; guU 29 miles west of
flan! Newsservice.! , , The ballofin. Aoo97,
(The Associated Press.) j
WASHINGTON, Mar. 25 Militaiy
ullntments nnrt allowances urnier thf)
war risk insurance. .it will expire,
aiitomttHally July 31. fompt roller
Warwick of th treasiuy holds, in a
ml in c mi rie mihlic toisv. The reulir.g
is based on the esouitii-n aoopten
by the laft congress repealing ,wst of J
the special war time acts. i
i una in vnj. - -- ..-in,!,,
was in charge of George fc. ilklu-
. - ----- 4 was m cnarse i
i ra mured Kisleben, alter , m,,..,..
tomggse. Polire gou'therner aboard
I 4. rleve wounded, and j Kcr8haWj of Payne,
1 1 40 Kiitea ana wouhukm, i
1 ted. Scores in Search.
t m, , v The Associated rress.i
The only other
w'as Edward L
La.
l( Strike In Berlin. T'KN8ACt)LA, March 25 No word
. Ii.itui Bn.u 1 I . . I.oro 11 n In A O C1UCH
! March 23. A general ": ..,; frnni the balloon which
I irdewl here tonay by the! 1 .lssinJ, from the naval air station
I irUon of Ccmmunlst ex-1 1nre'Tuesday night, although scores
Una effective tomorrow, i - - Beaplanes and dirigioies are cou.-
NATIONAL EDITORS j
SAIL FOR HAVANA
-FOR THE WEEK-END
i
(The Associated Prsss) . j
MIAMI, Mar. 25 Members of the I
National JSditorlal Association. whfj
have be-!! here several ri iys. left ort i
n speclsl train twlKy lor Havana, via
Key West, to remain over Sunday. ,
It. G. Tierce, southeastern passeji-,
eer agent for. the .Chicago & Kast .unj
Illinois railroad." wit n neaiquariers an
Atlanta, is a visitor in tiie u umay
in the interests of the Dixie Flyer j
resTvation business, a finest of Tom j
McQueen, the lli-u Flyer representa-1
tive in the Triple Cities. I
(The Associated Press)
MONROE. La.. Mar. 23 Lieut.
Coney ftlt near here at 7:30 this
morning and Is believed fatally
injured. Ceney's back was believ
ed boken, but he was still con
scious at neon. He is now at the
farm ef Mose Lanier, near Crow
vill. on whose premises he fell.
Additional details were not avail
able hre at noon. The plane ws
wrecked in the fall.
Tien hp m mmiy
IILU Ul 111 Itmni i iinimTiiir
PORTSjHOBUSirtESS ST. AUGUSTINE,
(ir.ternstionar rews service.)
W XPH1NGTON. Mar. Contiuit
ed depression of shipping has caus
ed the tying up of 5:50 government
merchant vessels at New oik. isor
tolk and in gulf and lake ports, aj
cord'ng to the shipping board today.
The greatest number. 200. arc tied up
at Norfolk The same depression in
shipping is felt, in Great Britain and
Japan.
h h iif nr ninniRiRi
iviniDtbntiuiHiiL
1:43
7. jT. . h-A Inln .... ,rH from
1 1. where they were to be Uwm was two messages brought
d (ir.Kn u Vtprp thou- . ' : ;rrtw Kfivine tne tKg
m cr " - i i, carrier yf - .,
ITOunlM. were fl-H-klng for as"unnins t of gas 20 miles off
tftnstration tonight or to-i Andrews. - - ...
Tlsift service is disrupted ;,m,.rg 8a11 the. o:;ly hope olsaieiy
;was that ?nl9 "?"rz
UTFT JACKSONVILLE AT
THIS MORNING
(The Associated Press.)
JACKSONVILLE. Mar. 25 Al
though nothiia v heard from
him early today, since he left at
1:40 this morning in attempting
t? make a one day one stop, air
plene flioht from, the Atlantic to
the Pacific coast, friends of Lieut.
Corcry h-lieve he ia well on his
way to Dallas. Texas, where he
plannsd to make only one stop
before noon.
The visibility along the rrute is
reported good, but head winds are
predicted. A railroad dspatch from
Pcnsacola reported a plane pass
inq over there befroe drylight and
if it was Conry. he had averaged
140 miles per hour up to that time.
AMERICAN LEGION
PROTESTS, LIBERTY
ulYEN GENE DEBS
(United Press.)
ATLANTA. Mar! 25 -Comiinndei
A. 1.. H en son : of the Georgia Depart
ment of the American legion, today
sent a mesi-aee to Nntional rresitieni
F. W. C.ailnraith, at Indianapolis, pro
testing the liberty given Eugene V.
Debs, who was allowed to go to Wash
ington yesterday. Heuson asked the
American Legion as a whole t pro
test the action of the government and
to recommend no clemency for the
Socialist leader. ;
(The Associated Press.)
BALTIMORE, Mar. 25 There is
much speculation here as to the suc
cessor '.r Cardinal Gibbons as arch
hishon r.r Baltimore. The bishops ol
the Baltimore province meet in se-
cim concave nere wiinia me uen
two months to select three names for
chmU'ilnn ot Rome. The names will
not hp amiA.nced here. The pone is
almost s"re to re-elect an archbishop
'roni these taree oisnops. jiiinouEn ne
I la no! rvnuired to do so. '
Out of the speculation, the name?
nl R:shnn I'urlev. of St. AilCllstine:
Bishop Russell of Charleston; Bishop
Sh;iiian; rector oi tne v auioiic unirei
r.ity at-Washington,, stand out.
Funeral on Thursday
(United Press.)
i BALTIMORE. Mar. 25 Cardinal
will lie hiirie.1 Thursday in
a vault under the sanctuary of the
Cathedral of Assumption or tne mess
ed V'uein Marv. ArchbishOD J. J
G!ea-.on of St. Louis will preach the
firgeral sermon.
mm Irm .lutru t SabotaRP
;tld Germany is included , re i(.keil Ui by
cripiling of light and iwwer, gulf
Germany Fighting for Time, Hoping
to Escape Just Punishment and the
Payment of Indemnities uue Hiuez
sl cirHARU II EDMONDS Icue in order to strengthen its posi-ate a demand for their good, and.
revelation of Gennany-s planum seek j M v 1, r m ,f ,iU.rn M of a milituy defeat. While
,g to escape t he ,ena .ne of epara , W.d t-u, ' ! carrying on a campeten of r va.pcra
txi ,he imprelon oe created that Ge, , t.on fo tempt , , ,re.ch in
--"- illlC n -'l'""
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STRIKE OF MARINE
MEN CALLED OFF BY
OFFER MADE BY GOVT.
T.;W I- H.H.. ;o deal with ing a Ton-
1 United Pres..) Tha goverr.nent is t a omuiun-
UCCrrmanv. March 25.-Ger- cil,a.ory attitude twalt ,v0"'"".
,iWd here today to sup-!H(s. nt attempting to employe regu
Ciwmunist uprising. Kicht-jiar troops ajamst tnem.
lMpir'ed at any moment. 1 he j
i braucht artiUery and ma-,
- pira for an onslaught
-. of worker from the higj
ant
LAUDS MODERN GIRL
(The Associated Press.)
N'T;W YORK. Mar. 25 The coast
wise marine engineers and oflicers of
ocean going tugs, ttegnn yesterday lu
protest of wa?e reductions, was call
ed ofl today by uir'"?! off'cials after
th leeeipt of an offer of onciliaMon
firm t':e department of li''"i'.
Farm Is Run
on Slavery
Plan, Alleged
international News Service )
ATLANTA. Mar. 2S With the al
leged confession of Clyde Manning,
negro, in their hands, and John Wlil
lams, a wealthy plantation owner
in the Jasper county jail at Coving
ton, authorities here ana in jasuei
county declared oday that both Will
iams and Manning will be tried charg
ed with slaying eleven nagroea ana
throwing their bodies into tha lellow
river.
The negroes, according to tne al
leged confession, all laborers on Will
iams plantation, were, slain to' pre-'
vent possibility of "squealUag" oac"
cond'.tiona on tne plantation wujc.n
were said to closely approach slavery.!
the last 6) dsya and wr brutal F.oar
. . ; J 1 .. .1 .. k. a B
DI.icks. iiianmng is uwimeu w ' w
confessed, were knocked In the heaf1.
with an axe, one -was shot. to death;.
others1 chained '. aidTWiglrtd ?, wlpi
stones; thrown Kilive-iAto .ih. jlynt,-' f
MatihlbgVasrMiroVght" t Atlanta lot'
afekeeping. Clyde Freeman, adoChlr'
negro farm hand of William' was'
brought to Atlanta and lield aVnia
terial witness. According to Manning,
his part was to aid .Williams, acting
under Williams" orders.
Some of the killings took place fa
Newton county, some in Jasper, ac
cording to Manning. Tha Williams
plantation is partly in each county.
Three bod'es of negros w.ere recently
found in Yellow river, chained and
weighted. Manning id five other .
Acre burled in the pasture behin l his
house. "I knocked three in the head
with an axe myself,'' Manning eala.
according to officials. Manning aa'.d
Williams' ton. Julian, obtained the ne
groes from the ci'y prlua.ua at Atlanta.
i and Macon.
HEADS M
i ares and dancing:
Hred E. Stearns of AmU.ver Acad-
v. Dean IP"? " " '.
:.t;d.n. and many "7 x-.
ekaxi 1 ivrrJ
SM S3 awv J w ' . -1
nsnnHoiial Nt. wr. l , w-wsnap-r Enterprise Association.)
IS.., Mar h 25 -Although! N'",P0 Marrh 21.--.-la the n.od
. ""'"I9 -I'Urn ri.an girl
i repe r ej irnn r,s" 1 ..f the race
..fr in the Elbe ol ' V .
. .. . . .. - Hut "
. tBtUtltona ioiy . .
. .tn i. .. .hnri lived. , etit'i
, r trtrt..n. -" ,V' roVer of North
, , Ilea 11 :.'; "v, Bi. s not.
- i: modern g'r'. f.,,,,, vVe should
s.lH.ul.1 hot '",'-
vnvcrtheless sue "
!nd kind at heart.
COLUMPIA IJMIVERS.ITV GRADU
ATE NAMED VARDEN
ir of the last two thou an mn i . in. - - , - ;- . h? i,cc a, work!
Sand year, without . r ail , g Jj ' ' .. w ,er, , r;in tis Vrn'rl St-j, enst both MEXICO CITY. Manh l -The
many nas m-i . s- - , . . vi.oitous to-Great Britain and 1 1 s-i-e. npe, ; . .i?ral i-enitent ia tyha be n
rtf a tkft linOTllTl 4' 1 Mllt-S1' " " '- ' " 1 - - ' ' " . :..... .i, ,-,r thfl fit'Pr (II I IP
rue : i i i 11 s .t i t tr 1 r i tiMii ' : -----
HOPS III
IMSIIKIGTOH,
yA TO ATLANTA?
Lit t
W !imi
ir,.n were b.ilt-ri bv thelh.id 1
armistice, one of th" ci '':- l,'lln,'
ers in human history wan made. If
these fTiiimphant armies had not len
staved, tmt had eone on io Berlm and j
tj,p"re established a povenmietital con
trol of the ho! situation, they would
have made is possible to have prevent
ed til" turmoil and th" di'.ic-rs i mi
last two years. Germany r-oueht n"n
and is still ski". to convince its
people that they were not defeated,
that the armistice was ru-v-H- P'
to prevent the immediate invasion ot
Germany. S' that tir jieopi- ......... ...
1 in'-l
f n
tii(!;d bv Mr.
(The Associated Press ) v
WASHINGTON. March 25-- "J
-frt. ln..M Hun mild, litis-
-4 tn t i. wake feUv of Hie V
im.m. I . i-.i in Washington
iti.ula 1 ..f F.ueeue I
W 1ml riioned Sim ialist lea
trt Ji ftt lh ae ith At ."
Tsv ilii trni UaugUeriy.
.iag mto Washinuton '' V
:.?. Csbi. had t't ,n y
snamil of jjutice. h l l Y
j fca ' nfcrn and 1-U ..
I Mra t Atlanta, before his
-fc annottncp t by 1K"
tr.
Ta P ruey general
tfii has ill P . . .. ... i ii. i ih.Mi- ronntvv 1
... -.ousiics.-thit did mt ";;: '' ' ,h. .hey had in-
'...rs dav. She noesni " " 'uiW .r,nmnbed ninr.t
ordered a boat
of th'J age."
But that is the
: TWO KILLED, MUCH
PRnPEHlT UAMAUt
IN TEIIN. CYCLONE
i the cumh'iiea " -
,ates a;..i the alii-. Thir elan
SpolnieJ out bv Mr. Simonos i" all of
ithe i-e-'ent references between the al
i.. . ,-..,. , .,.nre-..-niai;ve.--. i; to
lies Him v.' i
5 delar a final decision jusi as ever
criminal swks to delay tria,. knowm
.h.ji the lonzer the case 's i,.'.-ijm.u.
Wilson's I problem. someMmes fr;nkly evpioinng
peu e proposals, aim tney .- ,
make' ihe hole Gel man People f--l , r-nt instance endeavonae H n, A,
.hat they ar- not bod by the teitn, ; coital out of the -jhm y
i -ned a BarU and embodied in the ot frenc iiiuu . '-."
,,-eau- of Ve.sailles. claiming that as : The underlying purp in ea-; .
ermanv was not defeated Imt that i stance has Iv-en to .iL'".' H
he,- denature was extorted front h-nli-.m Great I'.i-.a.a. or ... en.bioi!
r,,re.e-i'atives under threat of n. ili America with Br Mm
la y force Bnf more than thit. Gr-V coniine to vlr. S.n.onds view,.
;mnv o.,eh. during fh war. a, it is Germany, though, that h.. campaign
seeing, to b.ing about Irritation, had tea. bed a satisfactory point and
fh-woen Enelaud and France, an 1 he-jiU representa. ivs went to La, on
! -ween Fncland and the United States. , pre,.aren io r. . ,
i Germnnv'.s se),en.e in th' ha, heen si Itefore the German . .pres-i.ta. ve,
..,,. .bar it is umarins that manv let. Berlin, a enmpatgn. he says, had
; V'eiieai people have not see it hat bee,, cai rir"l or. in the d-m-i. i-f' -i'v.'ve
fallen in'o the .rap by maudlin i and in "e Uei'hst.ie. de..-:r.-ied ...
'is-vmiie'bv for the t.larl.est national time to ti-e "ie i.-.-.n .n, and t ,r i h.
fiend known in the last thousand en eretnv. to nv, - iri-r';
v ,.ip4" Mhat liermany i - , ... .
G.iw p.Cple S-eV Discerd new ar rather th.m yiel-t to the ,.mv
The tr mendons propasandi hi :-h ; imum of allied .""'e'"..'S.
(imr-.ny h:;s len cartying on for ! Germai,,. !. saw!, b ..-i n-a -r-,
vears ha . nerer abated. lie,- 'he ITitisb P'lbii ' " "' J
' ,. . iii. a.4Ui new milifstrv .'i " ' - '!' v n
pip..- a.e .s,..,., ... . :.. ..;., t..t.m.-,.t.
made ;afe for Coltimbi mnversitv
Nceroes Held in Servitude.
(United Press.)
TI ANTA. Mar, 25 As a saqnol C
he t.odies .f thf e negroes in Ye'.lo'w
-Iver, n -ar Covlngtnti. sen:.atloaa! d!s
iir.mr; w -rB n-i'le htre last n'sfct
! by Clyde Manning, h negro ot Jaspr
'county, wno vas nrougni nere t
vesterday afternoon for safe keeping.
VanninE i? alleged to have confeeied
th.it he aided John Williams, a weal
thy Ja.-.per county plaat?r. who it ia
pri-';i charged with th9 murder, ia
killine eleven negroei whe worked en
the Williams' plantation, wbtch It i
alleged was worked bv aegtoes held
in servitude. Thoa killed, says Maa-
! rraduates. Not that an
' iikrlv to care.
Ii'it Aleimdro L. Inieo. f oi mer Co
I lumb.a st'ident and Knh kerbo. ker j ,V.
i Athletic club boxer. ha. been appoint- j
ed warden by I'resident Obieeon.
Tint InigoV prime jobs will be to :
keep craft on. and political prisoners '
! i'i the penitentiary is certain.
1 That le will stieceeil is predicted by
thus- who have known him through ;
; -Fht years of '-lose association with j
i Mexico'... warrior president.
I.jieo .as tieen a member of bre
per-ort.il ' totirag" throuKboiit
hi -. revolutionary career. He carries
j ini'dne.ie-like :iutimtie.
-j'J! that Ameiean t t fair
rea.m r.t." .'.aid lnic. "A i ipiare
!- a! h .'.I that Geiierc! j!.r i;on aMts
sjive unvote."
of them are ! ning. v.eie possible Informeis.
T
t REQUEST THAT
t STORES CLOSE
FOR BIG GAME
(United frw)
in
... . .i. . ......i.in.-i- oi ; ri rt'icnn orwe.u r.iiiii.ii o .um ri.t:;-.- . .
(the f r,tt m the Jirrow r t uf-: nd b-tween Encland and the rUnd: which still held Germany re pon.-in..
: people (0 forget the sorro i i ..h- 3 (lav pas.1(.s that this for the v ar and -n-S nnw.lonc in
fer,ng or htlv .U man w l." Zl . T-U U evider.ee -throuchont this i las, analysis to let Germany P'.t ,e
think less harshly ot the .nan w no na, - simond., etnr.hasizesiwh.de bnrden .n l.er victims.
. . . l :..a uo-me (rreal cnni. r..-. - --- . .. r .. ,
viJHVIllE Mar. 2o-4au'"" . V , T nower of delav in Uh -e facts and savs that all Herman . -" - -
NAr.HMt-l-f- ,. vMier- Imrr knows the power oi n. ta " i' . , ; :..,-,,re lir Simon, s tea. !, d L;..io.i
Mr n couuij j--- , .v,;. vin-t in hc'r.in" aim o toreian u: hoiujcv lee u. .! - - ,
the .Mrii . , i.t tolav I cases of this Kina in nc.i.1,.1-. " . '. . .. ,- ... , . i... ,.,a i,,.ir..a i ..viiianv. usir.tt a:ia-
. . ...ill uniieieruiui""''' .w.-- ,.,;i TVit nf the armistic nas oeeu ui:i-.eo i..- .. ...
TW aforuey general tay YnV, h r. ntirts indicate that two i win suit ior iree.ni. - its ' ward two things. First, 5ekiii to cre-hiac nt on. . .i.-U.tvt a...t mi urn i.a-
to ffu o comment AKUou b . P P rlf anotlier ls Germany s game: that ha. b, n t, . reioa among British and i torv. Ia London be ret:,rai..l th-.-iutt-
titmen. of hi y men f "naHi and many of h-ame from the "- '.U,, o American exporters of the Importance ; stance of his speeches mad-, at hoie
tii indicate what r . - y was '-.'" -. .,, several freight an urmiur. u - , . ; . tno c.ermn market, and making and gave Llcyt George an op,.-..aB
v. , rM t ri i 1 1 : 1 1 its itciuiuvi. s " -
. w iroeu'E aaii rt-iitir-i . ' i . i rAV, r
irom me i ' :. .. i.n., er.mes hut it was commercial inier5i vost-i iu "t-
,W !mr"iv jrvTn nn "rt.n.ion , t ;he builctinc of Germany, in nreer to ere
GOVERNOR HARDEE AND lB.
nuiPT r rr- r r i it nil mem e at .;:..u. ir in ir.u mat tue
lAH Ht tlUhlS liU UN 'ira out enmaa.- toy
DAY'S FISHING TRIP
Th" Chatubcr of Cotunierae is-
sued a r'.iUCM today that alt J
s-tore- attd bui iues places of
. the Tiii;e Cities lose from 3
- ti 5 o'dock on Monday after-
noon, to allow everyone who
. wishes. Iii attend the biggest J
ba -ebrtll caeii of the year here,
wl.i-n the Washington Senators
Daytons Islanders ou -;
nd. the gam to coin-
the-came. and aierchantR might
los at that time to that all
may i'ttend.
It
is expected that the ball T
park wut oe pacaeo on .vioaaajr.
. for the firrt fame betweeu a
liu il cliih and a biz luasue. teaat
T w mm. .r - : , .....
. . . .k.. in the - r.r-i seriousn wi
TKjaiMn n- muc.ii .... - . .
ur -I rb .e. y. nsiderabl , otlu. r
'rVntirov-d r.n Par-" T"1
Tho Aseciatcd Press.)
T m I. M I NSs-'EF. Mar. 25 -Governor
it ..r,i,w. -...a hu i..hint cast aftairs
of state a,ide today and left here in . for many years, when the 1st- tr
umrr-cb'le, for a days hshiag tnp in t. ?uurs
Wakulla county. Secretary of fclaie
Crawford so familiar with streams
in 'he county, is in personal barg? or
arri.ni." rn r.t - for trie trip
will receive- their brat
. real work-out against sm ug
oi. ii: ' ?
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