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ElEGRAM, INJllNUl 11 bWed m the Bert Town in th Bett Part of tie Best State. BOOST Remember That Satan Stayed in Heaven Until He Began to Knock His Home Towi LAKELAND, FLORIDA, TIES DAY, SEPT. 14, W KO.I7S LECTIONS IN PROGRESS TODAY IN SOUTH CAROLINA, NEW YORK LA., WASHINGTON AND COLORADO IPUBLICANS OF MAINE NOW HAVE 65,OOOJAJORITY jly Woman Candidate, Mrs. Dyer, Democratic Candidate for Probate Register of Hancock County, was Defeated. (By Associated Press.) crtland, Maine, Sept. 14. The ublican majority in yesterday's Ition increased to sixty-five thou Id today with a few remote towns B districts missing. Mrs. Margar Dyer, Democrat, the only woman didate, was defeated for probata jter oi tiancoc county. JVoters of South Carolina. Louisi- L New York, Washington and Colo- Eo participated in state-wide pri- ies today. Republicans and Dem its selected state and congression- ickets in New York, Colorado and shington, while only Democrats ticipated in South Carolina and bisiana.. In the' South Carolina htest a run-off for senator and a state officers s being taken ow k to a failure to select at the first wary. Cox in Oregon and Idaho (By Associated Press.) Iuntington, Oregon, Sept. 14 Cox ried the Democratic fight into east- Oregon and Idaho today. Thrf ;ioipal address will be delivered at :e tonight. PORTUGAL IN THROES OF COAL SHORTAGE (By Associated Press.) Lisbon, Sept. 14. A coal shortaee is being keenly felt in Portugal ow ing to the prohibition of coal expor tation from England and the absence of any good coal producing districts in this country. ' All coal for industries was import ed chiefly from Cardiff and Newcastle and since that has ceased and orders placed in the United States have been cancelled, the situation threatens to becomme serious and people are look ing forward with alarm to the coming winter. Abnormal conditins exist as result, all restaurants, cafes and places of amusement must close promptly at midnight and external il luminations are prohibited. STRIKE OF 8,000 SWITCHMEN, IN PROGRESS SINCE MARCH AT AN END ADITS PRESIDENT OF UNION TODAY CUDAHY CO. PASSES ITS DIVIDENDS (By Associated Press ) Chicago, Sept. 14. The Cudahy Packing Company passed its dividend fcr the first time since reorganisation of the company, officials said. PETROGRAD TORN BY SERIOUS ANTI- BOL RIOTS TODAY (By Associated Press ) London, Sept. 14. Serious anti bolshevik rioting is taking place In Petiograd, according to reports re ceived in Berlin, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch. Six bolshevik commissioners are reported to have been drowned in the Neva and others !.re in hiding. LYNCH WHITE MAN NEAR HARTFORD, ALA. (By Associated Press.) , Montgomery, Sept. 14 Alto Wind ham, white, was lynched near Hart ford, Ala., today, for alleged remarks to a young married woman. (By Associated Press-) Chicago, Sept. 14. John Qrunau, leader of the striking switchmen, yardmen and enginemen, admitted to day that the strike had been called off. GOV'T TO CONTINUE PAST POLICY AS TO POLITICAL PRISONERS (By Associated Press ) Washington, Sept. 14 Labor lead ers are asking tor the general amnes ty of political prisoners, but were told by Attorney General Palmer that the government would continue the policy of considering the cases indl-vidully. SIX EX-SERVICEMEN ADMIT THEFTS; OFFICERS OF CHARITY ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED NEGRO MURDERER SURROUNDED; WILL BE LYNCHED BY MOB IF CAPTURED AMERICAN MERCHANDISE SOLD TO NEEDY OF FRANCE (By Associated Press.) Soissons, France, Sept. 14. Amer ican merchandise valued at 15,000,000 francs has been sold to the needy In the devastated regions tor 3,500,000 francs during the last year and a half. This work of fighting the high cost of living has been carried on by welfare societies in co-operative stores established and stocked by the American Red Cross. When there no longer Is need of the stores whatever funds may re main after the "selling below cost" campaign, will be used to found a permanent social welfare institution Such as libraries' and dispensaries to commemorate America's aid. LAWSON AIR LINE CO. GIVES CONTRACT TO SOUTHERN CITIES (By Associated Press.) Washington, Sept. 14. The post office department has awarded a con tract to the Lawson Airline Company Cor an air mail route between New York and Atlanta via Washington, Raleigh and Columbia, S. C, at a cost of three hundred thousand annually. John Spiders Who Killed James Faulkner and Fatally Wounded His Brother is Located in Swamp at Monticello, Ga. (By Associated Press.) Monticello, Ga., Sept. 14. John Splllers, negro, who killed James Faulkner and probably fatally wound ed John Faulkner, farmers, is still surrounded today in a swamp near here. Lynching Is freely predicted if captured. "Diocrats Don't Begrudge Victory (By Associated Press.) Stw York, Sept. 14. Democratic airman White said the Republican fory in Maine was not begrudged, ' he claimed that thousands who Ned for Parkhurst will support the kgue of Nations in November. . S. TO PROTECT OIL INTEREST IN MEXICO (By Associated PreBS.) Paris, Sept. 14. The foreign of fice reports through Copenhagen say that rioting occurred at Petrograd wlien the news of soviet defeats reached there and the disorders as sumed counter-revolutionary proportions. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Sept. 14. George T. ttmerlln, charge of American em- iy in Mexico City, has been sum med to Washington for a confer ee with the State Department. It understood the conference will per u to the protection of American pts in oil and agricultural interests Mexico. Situation Serieas (By Associated Press ) London. Sept. 14. Russian' soviet forces, Moscow reports, have taken the offensive on both sides of Brody, near the old Galician border, and are T-ornhprz. An Exchanre I lliai VUIUQ WU - - w w telegraph Berlin dispatch says Polish Und Ukrainian troops have been driv en back by Russian calavry. Troops Occnpy Islands (By Associated Press ) Rome. Sept. 14. - D'Annunzio troops have occupied the islands of Arbe, Cherso and Veglia, southeast of Fiume. reports say. Italian garrisons there have joined D'Annunzlo's force JACK JOHNSON GETS YEAR AND A DAY IN PENITENTIARY AND $1,000 FINE G. B. MURRELL NOW ASSOCIATED WITH C. E. GRAFTON E0PLE OF EUROPE IN DEEP, DARK PIT (By Associated Press 3j(lapest, Sept. 14. "The peoples Europe are in a dark, deep pit and must work themselves out of it,'' DECIDE ON IMPORTANT HEALTH MEASURES; The Murrell-Grafton Co., Inc., la a new commercial institution which has sprung from the business formerly conducted by Mr. C. E. Grafton as the Racket Store. The new company lias for its personnel Mr. G. B. Mur rell, president; Mr. C. E. Grafton, vice-president, and F. J. Klmes, sec retary and treasurer. The last named gentleman lives at Fort- Meade, and will operate a branch store of the con cern In that city. The capital stock of the corpora tionfor which application for letters patent have been made is $25,000. ai d the general character of the busi ness will be similar to that heretofore Will Serve Time in Leavenworth Prison for Violation of the White Slave Act. (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Sept. 14. Jack Johnson, r egro pugilist, was sentenced a year and a day at Leavenworth penlten tlary and fined $1,000 by Federal Judge Carpenter for violation of the j white slave act. NEAR EAST RELIEF LOST VAST SUMS BY THEFT ROUTE Goods and Moneys Taken Will Run Into Hundreds of Thous ands of Dollars According to In- -vestigation Now Being Made. conducted by Mr. Grafton, but the - srock will be enlarged and the lines Jacksonville. Sept. 15. Important extended. Mr. Grafton leaves In a few measures for the improvement of !fiays for the northern markets where health conditions in Florida were de-,e wji pend several weeks In buying at the recent meeting uj stock for tne new concern, wnicn, in ALA. ARRANGING TO . GIVE WOMEN VOTING POWER COLUMBIA WINNER FIRST GAME SERIES WITH SMOKERS The Tampa Trlbune of today says: Columbia's heavy artillery, with five .300 hitters in a row, was too much for Workman yesterday when the rein forcements added by the Smokers failed to produce. The Sally cham pions took the first game of the se ries 6 to 3. Burke and Strenk, added to the Tampa roster from State League teams and supposed to strengthen the Smoker line-up, con tributed the only Smoker bobbles and were responsible for at last three Co lumbia runs. Another player added Osborne had a bad ankle and didn't play. Brack, the regular, re maind in leftfleld and played a jam-up game. He contributed a screaming double that developed into a tally, and his hot bounder in the first kept Heck so busy the best he could do was to get Dave at first, whil0 the first Tampa tally crossed the plate. A magnificent throw to the plate by this same youngster killed a Columbia tally in the eighth. The outstanding future of the after noon, likewise, waa perpetrated bp Simon Pure Smokers a marvelous throw from right by Felix, and a headlong dive by Fobs, who tagged Heck out as he tried to dodge by to third. He had left first on the hit and (By Associated Press.) Constantinople, Sept. 14. Six for mer American soldiers virtually con fessed to having a part in thefts said to total hundreds of thousands of dollars from the American Commit tee tor Relief in the Near East, of ficials say. Investigators declare tha thefts also involve officers of other charity war organizations who wrked temporarily with the Near East Cm (By Associated Press.) Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 14. The ! Alabama legislature met today In spe clal session to frame legislation giv ing women the ballot in conformity with the federal suffrage amendment. r.iAnA nnnn the Stat Board of Health officials the meantime, will be In charge of held in Jacksonville. With President Mr Murrell. The latter Is a business . tAina the session n,on nf Inn it oTTiorloneo and snlendld Toe L. Karman Hriu... - .. .. nrnvort one of unusual interest ana ni;anfloBtions. and the institution, West Virginia to Give Women the Ballot (By Asociated Press.) Charleston, Sept. 14 The West Virginia legislature met today in .L ..t. activities .. ., i.ni,thiuiirf and onlnrrfoil will I KtH'fljil RPHnlon tf DrOVide VOtlnZ THA- Roland Hegedus, bank director 'the discussion oi ue . , c "" L , ' ; . . . ..imorniia inovaimiin i iijino inieuiv uu a line uunir. lecturer at the Budapest untver- showed uiai j undoubtedly do a fine business. HARDING SAYS NATION MUST BACK UP CALIFORNIA (By Associated press.) ' Marion, Sept. 14. Harding told the California delegation that the na tion must "stand behind' the Pacific coast states to relieve them of the dif ficulties of oriental rmmlgration- The dangers of racial conflict must be rec ognized and reduced to a minimum, he said. ROTARIANS ENJOYED EXCELLENT MUSICAL PROGRAM TODAY Lakeland Rotarians enjoyed a pleas ant meeting at their luncheon at the ' Tremont at noon today. The spirit of the meeting and of the club at all times is embodied In the following song which was sung by all the mem bers as they filed into the dining room: Lakeland Is a good old town, she's full of life and "pep We're for a City Beautiful, We'll pro gress step by step; run and Beck's single to right. The j We're going to make her fur fly. and and had proven sue- be KIMDENTOWN BALL PLAYER ! TAKES A BRIDE The Grower hurler was all smiles. In answer to the reporter's auery as to whpther she stIV objected to the press getting the story, the bride When County Judge White asked if blushingly gave her permission, al uiy reporters were present In the of- though Judge White had promised -) been ettecieu "The United States is richer than cessful. I. , f ...,.., iho ulltlt'P state, 1 f Knows but she cannot reconstruct, ot vaiuP 'Pe by loans. All the nations of.the program to be put Into effu Mm ope are beset with a succession of mediately which win . :cal and economic problems that , age of public health d.r ectl he well-nigh insolvable. homes of the citizens P fi.e ye8terda.v afternoon. Just before tl)at newa of the a(Tair onW not leak Russia is the key to the situation ticularly in the remote , r ' : perf0rmlng a marriage ceremony In mt 1 until some sort of consistent gov- A group oi ; v hich Ed Morris, the star Braaen- went is established there, we can will work simult anions. and M,M ope Felt a nt for little here. "What the United ing counties under tne a gaIllta. charming young society girl of the !---es can do. perhaps. Is to work to experienced dlect0J b pr0.:me town, were the principals, the -re free trade among these Cen- tion. This will be ol u e any;Tribune representative pair a call : European countries. None of us ,ram of public heart i d,9C0T. j npOT the judge's stenographer. The 5 do .n.i . .1.1, fortff frnn- defects which may na . unaware 0f the reporter's pres- uuoiucoB hu !.. . , ofirt mirve. i u ered by careiu. - throw was on a dead line and had Heck cut off. He dodged out of the baseline and "Deeby" went after him with a flying tackle like Is used prin cipally on the gridiron. The fielding of N. Leach and Nally were other bright spots. The Columbias' hitting was hard and opportune. Swaclna, Von Kolnltz and Goslin each got three hits. Swacina mixing three extra bags In his collection. The three either' knocked in or scored four of the win ning counters. The other runs came in on Nally's double, two sacrifices, and on Strenk's wild throw and Lack's single to center, Burke's peg being a failure. Meanwhile Larry Cheney, former lirin flinger, was pitching a rgular eBrt Humphries game. Sliding 'em over until local folks got somewhere on the bases, then he usually tighten en up. Like Bert he didn't seem to have much, but how he could pick a "I believe the paper money sltua- win force a revision of the peace "feties. All these little nations are T2g from hand to mouth, printing P ffloney to keep going. Poland Is i'dly a year old and already she has "ational debt of 130,000,000,000 2"k8. with a 40,000,000,000 deficit. 5 same is mor or Ipss true of was ;4.o0inc renort mad An nun " . . that of Dr. D. C. Campbell. the venereal disease work in Flor da. n which he stated that approx.mately fiVp thousand sufferers had been re ported to the bureau of vital stati, 5? of State Board of Health ,n erce, preceded to tie the nuptial knot, after which he gave the young couple seme fatherly advice, as is his cus tom before asking the groom for the customary fee. Immediately after the ceremony the Morris has many friends through out the state and is admired not only ro his pitching ability, but also for his many personal qualities which make him a general favorite. His many friends will congratulate him upon signing such a charming battery mate, and the best wishes ow evety fan In the circuit will accompany the bfg Grower In the successful fulflll- we'll make the lawns all green. As we ro-tate along. We are always boosting Lakeland; We'll be always boosting Lakeland; Help us out In boosting Lakeland, As we ro-tate a-long. 4 ! Ro-ta-ry is a good word, that stands tor all that's best; ' And all Lakelands Rotarians have been put to the test; They're boosters, every one of tBa, and none will wer rest, 'Til Lake-land ro-tates a-long. Beautiful must be our city, We are going to make her pretty, That's the purpose of this "ditty." As we ro-tate a-long. corner! Until th ninth when ment of his Tribune. new contract. Tampa judge proceeded to advise the Tribune ...u...k tho federal! man. who In the excitement attending the past year. fi nan- the affair was as yet unrecognized by authorities have reuu . .. nnnnr. of the nrooer hours during v. in mure ui " - .. ..:! funds nave uccu P , ..." . - z?cho-Slnvafci' u,,n.0rr and of icial am suiwi-.c ,.,in,iP whiph business girls, are allowed to ui iiuiiMui ' i . . .. i-tna i 1 1 in i : w us. The armies are eating . , , tt.ru through the this mucu - our incomes, yet each nation ' "5raid to disarm because of possi f attacks from neighbors. " receive company. But the reporter was neither dis joining . Ban. ,nnt nr ttt nhnW lt CrdMI uscu w .'e- f ' c..,afrtorv health conditions, gen- were" reported by Dr. tials. erany s-- - , . , Instead he followed the newly- ... - - , a t. n trek a nmj.B . , . nraon state neuuu ns uuo.u. o-- iman leg8 are not of the same Raipn . broaden- congratulated Morris, whom he rsc- Ph. in tirtw.tr,r.rua In a bun- and V . ,j hr the ioi ant who is well known to , . ... nf OrK IH -.- the left w u frnfrer than the ing me J.rimant ii Tamoa baseball fans anil ffflA TO FORW LOCAL BAfD TONIGHT All musicians interested In the for mation of a Lakeland band artf re quested to meet tonight at the City Hall at 7:30.. . Bring instruments In low pitch. . BY ORDER OP COMMITTEE- The entertainment features of the meeting were arranged by Mr. H. D. Mendenhall, and a fine musical pro gram was rendered, in charge of Mrs. B. M. Sullivan. Mr. A. J. Holworthy Rfine verv effectively a new RotarT slight touch of wildness got hold, he 8onjf The Qld H(jme Town. and . was master of the local swttsmen. Bronded tQ an enC(Jre ..gml,e8 Then, after "beaning" Strenk. he ,n the chorUfl Qf wh,cn the enUre threw two straight balls to Felix. He company Jolned Mr Sull,Tan called to Manager Beck and suggest- dtred 8ome wquglto pfano ..ltfcagj ed a relief man. Whitney went In.; The next meeting of International Felix was the only man to connec; ' py wn be held ,n Edinbor0i Scot. with any degree ot regularity. Gus land nt geptembeP( an4 tt eMi hit three safe blows. Utclded to make reservations for vw The three Smoker tallies cam in I , e persons on the steamer going over, or, ;i lioooie, a single, a sacnnce ana Itra k'? hot roller; Brack's double and on! i'.d Leach s scratch hit: and a . a hit batter and Foss' hit. One of the biggest baseball crowds Some years a Spaniard named gathere here In years jammed the nnAint. nir.ri tn ...htf HmuH Stands, the boxes and ran more than the electrlc chalf in ging g,ng prieon halfway across the enclosure down The 9ffer waB reusd but he proV)fd me rignneia roui line, wnue actual as It expects to send a delegate and probably one other person will make the trip. Uanltary engineering department. latr. that he was able to stand a charge far higher than that used in th prison for the purpose of electro- 'V cution. At an exhibition before medi-' ,cal scientists he stood between two . -4 ; electrodes, and permitted a constant A powder-box and puff is to be Japanese wives of the middle and, stream ot lightning to pass through found in the desk of every school ! lower classes frequently blacked their his body without suffering any harm- girl In Cuba. figures were not available from ad vance sales and gate sales it was es timated that more than 3.500 (paid their way Into the field. teeth to please a Jealous husband. ful result. i "ft V 1 , it N.I : , & ? it'