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HI' '"T w- fij jioy Night Leased Wire :- of the ''jtuitional News Service . SEVENTEEN NO. 84 ' f A VTKT A. 1 t vrm f r--s a. r i m. r - - . .- . - . " ( Liz. Liu LiLi UvJ LLU LaJ LEiliil U InJiyjiyJSnuvJillJ IblAlUbvlS) yAulLlLiyj . . ji mi 77E SUNDAY MORNING Published Sunday Mornings December, January, February and March JUWIST MOVEMENT 30KEN WITH CIVIL 1EI SWEEPING GERMANY G i I reatest Disaster in lorid5s. History m t eared as Res ui OVERHNT PROMISES NANCIAL SUPPORT TO XPORTERS TO GERMANY "l AM UNHAPPY XI FOR GERMAN lS'JIPT COUNTRY MORE BODIES FOUND GF NEGROES ALLEGED KILLED ON GA. FARM iiiHiiiiinitiiiiii!Mii:ijiiiiii;iiiiit!iiiii.ii:ii()iiiii'!iii iuiiniiii.iv if The Best of f jj Friends Must f il Part Sometime. f- 1 0,000 Buried Alive in Only One Instant 'y 1 t V?T 4 M , Oi! X,--. I LIN. Ma . 26.-Tbe Red Wave . i .tened to eugulf all lie. many i "-'." ; t 'f . P f . - ' he, kfdhlaiions ou the plantation of John i Jer.r!H 80mf..r 3; Williaws this afternoon, when all eiarumu 01 m; t uiuiuuu.i j ml seeded unbroken and the people, with whom Easter is. ttfcedenvtt traditional noli jiempkte the moirov. with, K-i trembling. Communists 'j threaten bloody taster. Sltuatit at Elsleben is re ! nncerti(n; ('rmimunists ara a, eo inter assault to offset :&A taut night, which tost 20 i f 'opmi n'ots and two police. mtats at concentiating ct- to Kike I ha threatened EeiiPi al - realitj Itself I heltt veo t'i hold the ? tf lie siHttltin t'i"0 the sue u cr failure Of the t'omuiuni .t -.' - thl capital, ucioid'ng to the opinion. 1 peiidi the outr'mie o( i it tuoTemeo, thronghnut th" ni-j l At las-t ( ttoutits the strike i.--; iti In U e hi? tartoiie- her".; a feeing i h.ilf h'did.iv 't is iui 9 Ufterniine tin- precise I "r3?e cf tha walkout. Conimuiii t 1 !' meeting.; ii n- illn suburb.-; tbi i -sntna duuiaed fur'Ii?r pU-n; posse of twenty-live found bodies of live negroes buried. Clyde Manning, former employe of Williams, led the searchers without he3-'atiou to the enact spot where the Uodie-; were' buried. Almoot at the same time sheriffs and deputies, dragging the Yellow liver near '."ovincton. brought to the sulfate another bc-dy of a negio. This makes nine altogether which have been found recently. Three were pre viously found chained and weighted in the river. IVLinniilE':; confession th.it be h'Iped Williams in kill'tu t!i" hp gioes started the investigation. Some were slaiu. he said, and buried on' g tlie farm, and others drowned in thej liver utter be!n weighted ' andjg chained. j Manning ami Williams are both in ; th Atluita jail for safekeeping. Yar-! r-tiM have been i3uvJ. implicating s three ciiin tf Williams, in the inur d'-rs Au'h ui 'es inveiti?tlni5 the . . .!... ......... ' 3 ( .IS0 .r.V I'.e CIUf-S IH'JAJ'. " t'ltil. i niot:' thau were named by Williams ! !.ad been killed. ! a --i'jaiat'on igtin.-t open air meit-j P Thi -aj followed b an ordei ! . e !!ce b the P, ustfl,,n o.ini.Uer MtOlPHl-A Mar. V-. Jo l ,u , 1...-- . ...... ..i i ii. n . :.h:t to ueotn with a tiiii , 3 t-i- ii. ..,,- ,,,,!, 1 idn rhvsician--- tound the a. ..... . ' ' .... ,-i,i in ' t i- lb bullet wad removed. 11,.-.. I eve in" L'.ii u imuk'.-j - -'- . ; is I of tne revolver at iw i shot wm fired 7 liot all 'US a!' i.er th- ill pin af- lliv be-' th- 'liss Lia Sims Wins Velie, Mrs. J. W. Hippard the Ford, in The Daily News Contest Wiling h I rl I h biri majnity. UU Siiu. ot Hie l- er i Kaia;e fiyi-jna. mi TeturiM'd winner f s I !- l ar ;ttir.lav n cht. in tie' '"Wi Iaiiy ie.j :ml-i riplicn t on hich ha i been a be tight '',-' h nilt''ft openeij Weeks Sim I gaine l ;i big udvatr K on ih" U t dv of ihe coute.t, f "-to a tu(,f 7..;f.s.:.'" votes. i- higiien number 111 tbe race - ) W. Hippard. wtei has ;-' l bar I u ker in the oiite.t. i-e- 3.:iKKiO lot:.;, an-1 leceived Ciui-i a a n'ai l l"i ll"r Mabel ;il..ijitii. ef Oriuond. y !.!, Hi rd. receiviaa .515..".o" 'a. id ih n v the no. lessor ot a 1 given IM Stern.-. rtest manager, I U1. -re. i' appreciation e. pressed on Seurvriuii;d foi Hie f.-iirness in which' ; tl-e ceiite t wa.. (onducted. to the con i,(.;t manager and to the Daily News I for the gift of elaborate prizes as a 1 reward for tio work done, j The judges of the .ontest were: 'S ii Crosbv -'iiairmaii ". Harold ! !Zi.iv.iein...tti.' I'- W. ';r,," Tom i McQueen. . . , . : viie hundred ; of siiiiscrtpnons taken inte-itaals auvaiiceu ni-i Urilv News as the iarg . . . -.1 111 t!ie ftouiu. aicoiu- popuiaiion 01 in- iMiKip.u t;n- alie.iit 01 uie pi.-nui w'.i'ii tne l.my npeit of the judge bv tin record of I 'no e: t new spaVT ii.e tr tiie ti'.ti c-.tv. record Die It is with niinqtcd feelings of S deep satisfaction and cjc;iuine 5 regret that the DAILY NUW'i K prerirtto this final SUNDAY S MORNING edition for the 1020- 1921 season. Feelings of deer satisfaction at ths host of true j? loyal frieno's who have so heart- ily cooperated in the good work that has been accomplished in s meeting the serious boosoq shortage and in preparing for K the vast expansion upon which 1 THE TRIPLE CITIE0 have j entered. Feelintjs of genuine s regret that there are those 5 whosa business and outside in- g terests require that they tear " themselves away at this ctosiirt 3 of the winter season. But in all sincerity the DAILY NEWS speaks for those who h have found THE TRIPLE A CITIES the best place for their 2 home and business in layin to I departing friends and visitors that tlicy shall l.iok forward to Z their return in but a little while 3 for the days pas', quickly m g these modern tiroes. The DAILY NEWS can a:-, npak for those who cannot stay that they will entertain c -j ri " ' not'ei. 3 patlon3 cf the day wh.-n thry s will renew the fa.t fnrnrl'.hips formed here. THE TRIPLF Cllll'j arc I hrst. last ana -nway-; a com munity' of beautiful homes. That which ii thr rs.il b -m of this Natior, the true American home, flourishes be,-e m ?i! lis ! glory. Nature herself b.ej ex- S tended every invitation t- tnen 2 and women, both yoiir.q .-md old. to call this ' liomr;'" it is the one ideal r.pot in which to s regain lost health. nr l' r robust " children to renin ih'-'t .t 'idy 1 youth. .5 It is the intent o-'l flder- 3 minaton of the residents of THt 3. TRIPLE CITIES to make and keep this a "afe and inviting s B community for icort people ard "j 1 those who will be decided asre's 5 1 fo the already Urrje riinnbrr of 'i distinguished homeowner;.. As 3 I published in InU SUNDAY J MORNING'S NEWS, the great- a e3t appreciation is felt and ex- 3 pressed to the real estal? firris, 3 1 the builders, dealers in building 5 0 materials, and others who have 4 1 done so much in bringing about f s a community dcvelopn-crt that . U will make this vcar the nrrattjt i I in the history cf THt TR'fLE -; I CITIES. :eiiillilliitlililliililllt)l!i'.;,ii!M;1:iiin,i:;ir:!ii.i'i.iin;,!iiii;:;:!ii:-. I! POMONA. Cat.. Mar. 26. (Oopyilnht, 1321. by International News Service.) One hundred thousand Chinese are dead. An area of 4C0 square miles Is de vp-jt-ted and the number of vil lages partially or completely de stroyed is beyond estimation. Whole valleys ?re filled up by the falling of mountains, 10,000 being buried alive in one instance. Scourges of firi; completed the de struction. 1 hes? are some of the facts concerning the recent earth dis tijrba i! e in northwestern China, which will rank as one of the cjrestest disasters in the earth's history, just received here in a letter from Ralph C. Scoville. a missionary Irca'.ed at Tsin Chow, on the edge cf th. stricken coun try The letter says in part: 'The noted religious Mohamme rim leader, MaShan-Ren. leader cf a i-ew sect, was at the time of the earthquake at worshiu with his family, rnd it is said the crowd of onlookers were all buried. A traveler from Ching Yum tells us there Is not a wall left in the city and district Ivgh rr tb;in three er four feet. At Ku Yuen most of the houses are dewn and the pcoole left are destitute, food, clothing, cattle, ho'ser,. etc.. all being buried. It is rumored that whn the earth '!'i;iie took place Mohammedans were already looting the city. Piisinos men for the mo-t part w-o in thA etreets. tb Mf-Ham :iTans in the shops, consequent ly mer.t of the latter were buried altve . H is impossible to give an adequate estimate of the damage to life and property. PROMISE VIGOROUS ROSECUTION OF THE WORLD SERIES CASE ROCKEFELLER FUND i TO BUILD HOSPITAL FOR THE BELGIANS (United Press.) j BRUSSELS. Mar. l'ii To o.-n!ial- ; I us. extend and modernize the opera- I ioiM of the faei.y of medici'ie of : j Brussels Univei'oity. the trustee.-! of ; I the Rockefeller Fund are cuatribu'ing ; 1 a "sum of forty million fiane:;. The j understanding is that the local au- , i thorities al.-o do their part, in the , j way of financial help and .seiviee. in j j the realization of what for a little leountiy like Belgium, a gigatit'.c ! i-chenie. j One of the two main existing bo:; pital buildings of the capital and a i nearby , barracks are to be acquired' j fof trie use of the facnl'y. and here 1 will be centralized upeiathig th?atei:: ! cla .-rooin. nurse.-' (juatters. 'cliiiif. ; surgerler-. laboratories. :;tuo"ent;-.- ( an- tines and -various other office-"- upl I dep;u tments of tiie medical school. Vre&idect 'ie ent. uf th" Fund ."im! i Secretary Flexnei of the Oenei al Education I'oavd. have uken e k j with them to the United G'.ate:- t':e j acceptance of the government reached, 'between the loi al autliOH'ie; ;md ' th"'r ov n tru.-t "t jiiimiti e-v. I Mayor Mix. the p.hu.ky lO'le Jhu I sel-; burgomaster v-h" d.e!i 1 'he j, 1 i mar. ; and who v. ,1 . j.i-pt t, t ieim in NAVAL OFFICERS DO NOT GIVE UP HOPE FOR LOST AIRMEN COMPLETE REVERSAL WILSON POLICY IS MADE BY HARDING FENoACOLA, Mar. 2i. Naval offl t ia!s at the naval air tiaiuing station he: -thi'.t night in a free balloon. Despite the),.' 1T'H . (I.i oil h. ..(-- nnlovul iritn llic I K-1 WASHINGTON', Mar. 26. Ameri- in laige volume are to to Germany with th Jun& o! the United States tonight refuaed to abandon hope J () , shipped KOineimng ma ue ncaru irwii j H , , m" uo- oancu oa iinuaj i ..,..,-. X ,....,.1, y ot the Wilacn ad!i!tntr'-- ; in ."illi'irtllinff C n .-. 1 D I iM f guif to hunt tor the mining men re-, g h , ann0lintej Q. .'.:ill u !U 111 - ua.ii; viu, i : r. prill believed possible that the men may have urittel tntariu ana landed or had been picked up .by. a mertliant 'rhip not equipped by ire- I' i; lei.ognlzad heie as ext? emel-. ioubitiil if they could have landed w ithntit tniuty to one or mote, the v.i.ijld. proH'jIy tiave blushed t!ie ;r.vs. St i one winds had been blow. lu: Md-md. giving ve.'gh to the the on that the men may be marooned in the Pinrle. Ait craft ii still pa tiol'ins th., Florida coast. None ot the ie have been heard from corporation an-J telecasts the resuaj"i- ! tloH. upon a Filter scale, of fiada rr ! lations he' .-. een .-Vmei lean and Ger ; man hinis . i - f i?ig fina'if i?i hi t ei es , idc-n'-ifiwd ! : h leading p- t hou.-'as rt tija ' Kast. are r.'nr Tiegvtia 'rg -vtih . t'i i cornoiation for goveinmeti! adv'anoes ! to -nppuit laiae rhipmepts, ot cortoa j and "thei tar products to Germany. I G .:i m-'.nv -"!! o-litr F'.uopean caun 'trii'j. t'.-eo i-!i, to 'nfni mation- filed !th ftnance '.or.m !on, now i!ped;at j "c-a-t fH'e mnPo.. bain of f ottou,. II UT. CONEY IS STILL ALIVE! IUT fii tress for he; to ,1 v id- Ro kef' llei gift. h ii";i the p.i'iop Til" i)e-. !,. .: i -.ii! bo fitted .n iiio'li-in ' obtain a' I, il . -r ,;;,ii h.M . more. 'I be loo home i ''i ur by the e-.ni-.iitt'" o th iust t'uio, d-.-licifed t "IV (f those t O '.V'lPO'H ' Miss I'avt 11 and id on Aside t'lO!!! the ;!;ciu million fi .me.;, t lie ii,,. ; is sriviiig $',V.i,";'io a:i .! of the nev. ho pit ill. t ! 1 1 ) 1 2 t..;. v. -lines. i t!i'- WITH SMALL HOPE !., : f i Hi l "';'! . " Li P.! Eil't : o-o '' : 1 e,-,.). !K to vrCHl-.Z. Miss .' i !1 ;,oo 1 1 Con e i K lite Pi'VhtrJan? b . T.i e O'. Me 'h - i, r in !.- f t- ! :f.i!. -h. !.'K!' tot figh'inij for j s.iv ha- ' ' ovai ;-. bpt , He; j Vce ft"! :'!' l V!: j Mia nie'her o; I d, ,!-,-!. i,.,. . fo. ; NFGRO ARRESTEll ON ttWWL OF KIIIING TWO, SPIRITED AWAY , - oh (ho 1 1 !. . i : i -::- lay. f f - a 10 Aa j'Teso.fd intir-ler lu! ph :-. He of rio'a m i PRESIDENT HARDING URGES SUPPORT FOR IRISH RELIEF FUND John Fan Elected Mayor of Daytona Beach in Closely Contested Municipal Battle t l - .in ;. Mi I li ! 't61-'''-! ring, tte Uiiid prize. fourth p je ,; won by Miss: hittiby, t It h -J.nS'i.tH'O votes, re j ,i-''t t oiui Itii.i ci anbophoiie. ! ."I. II. C p ,,e r as Ilth waff, nt ?. ;;',r.("i vet,. lei eivuig ; huilMn coil! . while Miss S. M 1 . j . . . ... ... O I. -"inn n,i M Mane MdPKins. w n held. of the ; . as tollows: j.i !ge.- ot the Daily News: contest, after having tare-! -d and Gieu re( hecke.l all ,,t each candidate in the that the following are the (i; test wa -We. the i iieuUtion Hilly null! the votes l,rl"MlllVr. lilil winners . ltd prize , -. t -v, l i C . ' i l.ltd .-.on-. ' t..1 CMhim v.,n vi.nrl t ive- (,,,, ne Vtk wrist retches 'The e-ichlh ' :5 ,,() votes: 3rd prize, diamond, W - ...... .....,.i Mh'ch i :'.".. M!o Ma el FHsworth. 2.9t3.00 t 'elie touiing car. Miss j ;U s.r.ou vct.es; 2nd irize. ; Mrs. J- W. ttippara. s.. Mil. i:ei.(Ui Funu?y. The e t)i tj,f contestants received iUit ot the cumber of voles . 1 -'"i-W'-rabie iiitries-t was shewn T. isuy eoiitcstaiits and their hea tie judges fiuibhed tin r votes. 10th pi iz-. fomipt Marauerite Vatiu. 7! '.."" prize, oramissioiis. Mi... . Ii ilevi;i. fi43,t00 votes: l-th prize, t oamussions. Mrs. Harriet Graham. '.SHHi'i votes; llUli prize, eommissious. Ml s Thelni Alderman. 4-VUinn votes. '.I'll ;.;:ze. conmiissiotis. Miss r;dith A 15e-.-r.-. 447.000 votes, and letli prize, i . .t, missions. Mrs. DondonviHe, Ml.tio'i votes. "i Sicned t "S. li. CROSBV. -TOM MOI'FFN'. II. R. 'IMMi'.R.M N. "K. W. GKF.FN." ''HK'Gi. Mar. i.--'isoroiis prus . ecution of the defendanto in the world's series baseball scandal was promised by authorities here tod.iv ' -ifter ne.v indictments were i et u iro'd -i-.inst players and uamblers ; II j 'o have been involved in the dishou I est schemes. j Assistant State's Attorney Geors ! K. Gotinan declared the prosecution ! of i t.-es would lie pi ' ssed. but ind: Icaod early trials, not likely. A ion j-1 ra to throw games to ''iminuui , i't the Til!) world's seije.. -,va ; again jthe basis of oils pi iay ihugeg. but 'the si ope of the charges Ual been J broadened, new defendants included and new details levelled. All thii i to n named hi the indict nicnt.-s of las.t ' tall w . ) c lenauied. ! WASIIINfJToN. M av. i dein tiarditu t -da . .iy-i . i : hat the ju il,-.-1 j,,. .v.( ,. , ; '' ti-i the efforts t i km. in i eliev t he sii!'!--: itii; ' Amei leans, he mi id w ill i t'i t he rail for i , ' ; ; inanity. '!'Ue --id.-); i IP 'lit o t ho li isii . :!:,; : ta ined in a let (er t o Moi s; of N.- York, cha-ni: five committee for i wh icii wa s a i epiv lion askiiin t'oi '.VIC in' lit. I'l tn-L -:i was ( o:s l .1. C -l Of tile f r , u- ;' in irc;,o..!. i c.iiiiiimuii a no- i ; i : ; j -.. a-. I "I i i ; . M :td l 1. 1, d t ti ! O I -. o .(III 11! h. t i:pi. thill. 1, :i'i 'l i ic. .i 157 o. !l li.:. :- CI ealidi i ' .! ; tn i cci O t (.. ,tl e ic;p i w a 1 1 I 1 1 .o n. i:. I. Columbia prapho- rnLC 4l!l Ptl Plioue", Miss OUve Ilinsky. 2.636 000 1 )OPE WAS DOPED votes- 5th prize, busiaes coarse, Mrs. ... H r Rose 2 412r,b0 votes; 6th prize.) (Newspaper Ent.rpr.s-; Assocafm.) wrist watch, Miss S. McFarland, l,ff.S.-j SHANGHAI, Mar. 2-5 -I'olice raided 0t0 voti-s; ' 71 h priae, w rist watch, an opium den. They took samples of mi.s Hrel llankins. S77.000 votes; i the "hop" habitue j ver? smoking. Fx- t couiril nK the votes Saturday jjtii prUe, cedar cUCl. miss cuuua amiuaciuu muwcu u iu o-o um W ..rize viautrs ninuav. S4S.00 votes; 9th prize, com- Now the proprietor taces a cl SIX HUNDRED AND TEN SHAKE HANDS TODAY WITH PRES. HOPE IS ABANDONED FOR SETTLEMENT OF A. B. & A. R. R. STRIKE Id foi ' ! i k . i 1"7 ' Ise ; 11.. num t b e'e '.!;T. vis i!; . 2 vutc-s be k only .'.s aRair.Ht. - cf the Bfcach . ve Hi en Xs. ion struck to a bue cne. as had been added oiv f-well'riK th:r Mi ; John S. Eart . I the inner Bin I. ; 'he,- weiai hosts I't 'lie board at a r, t i d the board io!.- tbev- ' O'lflililei ic P i though' i'l pro 1 t - t-1 eat i-.- acprs- i, ! orated to count ani. of the elect! m '!' I ou- la- c . n -ll Ic fill 'a on un I t. : )i 'd to the I oci. i,.,:t n ;i. ! c'u; to' 1 t o . iIo;',-,.iin.T -Jo l to )in 1 11 i an. 147 ll.: voto;-: vol es. ..se.-Ffir-R. L Many Horn, votes: Mr .el-127 a i -hot I 'I! tc-itcit. a'.- .if WASHINGTON. Mar. 2d. Presi dent Harding had a busy time with Fabter touriots todaj-. Six hundred '.lid ten person- v er.- in -ine haod- ATLANTA. Mar. !' i:.-s of a:i eaily settlement of ; A ''. an) . stl ike t i,,o i I, o- 1oi.-. sMlkers left the h'-arim: noon. w'Vti federal j-i k" diie. t. th" j- . id's receiver ( ) rr c.stat ; Hie strik'Ts -md .lise'.iarse the P.ei union mem. Th" strik h 1 1 nili-i'd; to return to work daring the H'idit il the book.s and accept war.j reductioK., ', !f the audit siio -. d th. t-.ad 'ire" i- l !i:p oh of ' i oi au. cre d. 1 1 i-rr hands M G. 'o . hen;'; ii t to 11", -.- . ."aikcr. (-cdlc-cto i terms, '.i.o r ni .v:- C. H H.-.I, V. .- -;iat.v .'" i 1 by John M V: Mee II- ho., M r. ib:. or a bum- ; Lurned again to. Willson, w-it'e ' ,t ,:;.i v-o:e., i . ,t IOC .V a i i oil Wlo.JA !- a If. d'-p.. 'J. yeais V. I" fippOK'tldllK II. i no cppositiop). man. i year w. I. . Gaith 'oung, 171. : .loim Milligan, 244; 11.". Pdiker, 22s; . . ! t: con ;- o an. p.-, I'.dlitz. . -o'leet.jr -fJeorK'.: WiHion. 13S. !: 'marshal W. la. Warren Wilcox, 2. For votiKtj boiido for $.iO,000 for im- Young, 330; i? ' . i i i ,-i 3nrf br- . .ti p ini '- ' f as v i ' sl-akinc j to ICM- POO I ol tin ro.i i f ' ir Mica Rnluf Holland Si; 001) j viol:' in f the Pum opinn: !