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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1920.
THREE v Filipi inos Love Gen. Aguinaldo MANILA, June 25. General Em ilio Aguinaldo, who f ought for the independence of the Philippines, and was captured by Gen. Funston, still C holds a strong place in th affections of the Filipino people. This was dem onstrated when he left the hospital " the other day to pay a visit to his farm at Kawit about fifty miles from Manila. Aguinaldo has been in the hospital .recovering from an operation for ap- Storm Gathers on Prohibition Issue SAN FRANCISCO, June 25. Rumblings of democratic discord over the prohibition issue became hourly more omnious today as delcr.tes and party chiefs arrived in increasing numbers for the national convention. Hope that the gathering storm might, spend itself tienind the closed doors of the platform committee vir tually was abandoned by the leaders, rinliiH hit tva normittPfl In trn V "to his home to celebrate his 51st birth- nd they prepared to face an outbreak J day. - 1 . of tempestuous debate on the floor Accompnied by his physician and ! 0f the convention itself. a nurse, he made the 50-raile trip by) c . , , , , . automobile. Although his visit wag I Such a development, it was agreed, not announced in advance, the news everywhere would hold many dra of his coming spread and the peo- matic possibilities, including a furth- pie: or tne villages along the way comrjication of the uncertain out- i"' SAY CRABTREE WILL CARRY HAMILfON 5,000 CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., June 26. Former State Senator J. Lon Foust, who will have charge of Governor Roberts' campaign in Hamilton coun ty, announced Thursday that he would open headquarters and begin activities next week, at the same time giving the names of some of the men who will assist him. Among these to take an active interest in the gover nor's behalf are Ed Bass, city com missioner; Tom Wilcox, former mem ber of the state prison commission; John O'Brien, former member legis lature and one time labor leader, and others. Friends of W. R. Crabtree are claiming that he will carry this county over Roberts by 5,000 majority. look as to the presidential nomina tion. Already the overshadowing Issue in gathered at the roadside and, the chif dren threw flowers into his automo bile. At one village the children wav ed American and Filipino flags and A it A 1 I tl All sang Aguinamo s ftiarcn. At ms pre-convention conferences, the ques- home he was met bv nearly all the . . . . ,. . village headed by a band and speak- qh of a platform declaration against ers gave him a welcome. After the preseint "bone-dry" law, almost spending a night at the farm he re- took the whole stage for Itself today turned to the hospital. ... as the' gathering of delegates heard Aguinaldo seems assured against . , . i want. Besides the pension of $6,000 of Postmaster-General Burleson s an- granted to him by the legislature he nouncement for a modification of the owns about 2,500 acres of Friar lands Volstead act. By many accustomed gusset oS -h-rr- ? ; seres are planted in rice and sugar- political spokesman for the White cane, owns nearly l.uuu acres oi House, the development was accept- the ifluence would blow, MANY KILLED IN GERMAN FOOD RIOTS LONDON, June 26. A state of siege has been, proclaimed in Ulm, Germany, where numerous persons were killed during Tuesday's food riots, says a Berlin dispatch to the London, Times. In Heidenholm, the citizens defense force was attacked by communists who seized all their rifles. The municipal offices there are being supervised by communists. foothills of Cavite, where he grows' d as a warning of which way hemp; is vice-president of two large . , . )::: Vlvi- J a t,. v,i : wind , of administration influc soine residence-in Manila. When he was captured by General Funston in 1901 after leading hif campaign for independence, he gave his promise to the Americans that he would not again take up arms and he has kept that promise. He de clares, however, that, in his opinion, the time for granting independence to the Philippines has arrived and that the people of the island are ready to maintain a stable government. HEALTH PREVENTS WILSON RUNNING, SAYS SHOUSE 9,000,000 PEOPLE IN CANADA SUFFS DENY THEY WILL PICKET HARDING HOME KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 26. President Wilson's health makes it out of the question that he will at tempt to make the race for a third time, Jouett Shouse, Assistant Secre tary of the Treasury, said Tuesday. Shouse declared he believed the nom ination of President Wilson by the Democrats an impossibility because of his physical condition. "There was not the slightest col lusion between the statement of President Wilson last Friday morn ing and the withdrawal of McAdoo that afternoon," Shouse said, in de nying reports that the two develop ments were timed jn the interest of a third term for Wilson. Shouse conferred with leaders here to prevent McAdoo's name being pre sented to the convention. MARION, O., June 26. Ohio suf fragists Thursday denied a published statement that members of the na tional womans party, who picketed the republican national convention in Chicago are planning to lcket Sen ator Harding's home here this sum mer. Dr. Gillette, Hayden state chair man of the party, said tentative plans have been made for a deputation to call upon the senator but the call b to take the form ol a conierence ana there is to be no picketing. CHATTANOOGA WILL INVITE HARDING OTTAWA, Ont. The population of Canada for 1920 is estimated at 9,000,000, as compared with 7,000,- 000 m 1911, in a report made public in the house of commons by Secre tary of State Sifton. The estimated total revenue for 1920 is $325,000. Total revenue per capita for 1920 is estimated at $3C.ll and expenditures per capita at $75.01 103-YEAR OLD MAN TAKES FIRST RIDE IN AIRPLANE SPRINGFIELD. Mo.. June 26. Josiah Sharick, 103 years old, took an air trip Sunday with a fepringheld aviator. The centenarian was de lighted with his journey and express ed a desire to go again. A crowd of 2000 witnessed his flight. Sharick was born near the site, of Effingham, ill. MEXICAN ELECTION TO BE HELD IN AUGUST MEXICO CITY, June 26. A call for national elections issued by the secretary of the interior fixes the date for the congressional elections on Sunday, August 1, while a new pres ident was chosen on Sunday, April 5. , A president will be chosen Sunday, Sept. 5. AT THE PRINCESS SAURDAY Tcm Mix in "Rough Riding Romance." MONDAY Jack Dempsey in "Dare devil Jack," Episode No. 9; two Reel Comedy and Hearst News. TUESDAY (Will announce Title) WEDNESDAY William S. Hart in "Square Deal Sanderson." GREENEVILLE ROUTE SIX BREAKS WORLD RECORD FOR WOMEN HIGH FLYING For Weak Women In uie lor over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, tell ing of the good Cardul has done them. This it the best proof of the value of Cardul. It proves that Cardul is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit 'forming drugs in Cardul. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, ; with no bad after-effects. TAKE CHATTANOOGA. Tcnn., June 26. In view of the announcement that the G. O. P. Republican campaign committee has decided to bring Sen ator Warren Harding, Republican nominee for President to Atlanta, Ga., for a speech, the local Repub- icans. are planning to invite him to Chattanooga for a speech. From this decision it looks as if it is really true that the Republicans contemplate an assault on the solid south during tne campaign. GOV. COOLIDGE LED HARVARD PROCESSIONAL CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. June 26. Governor Coolidire and his military staff and President A. Lawrence Low ell led the Harvard procession Ihurs day when the senior class men receiv ed degrees in course and honorary degrees were conferred. Upon General Pershing ana r rann- in K. Lane, former secretary of the interior, was conferred the nonor- arv deirree of doctor of laws. They were the only men to be so honored by Harvard this year. MORRISTOWN LEADS BY TWO GAMES IN LEAGUE mm B The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardul. Surely it will do for yo what it has dene for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . , writes Mrs. Mary E. Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. . "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. . . . 1 read of Cardul, and after taking one bot tle, or before taking quit si!, I felt much better. 1 took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take It in the spring when run down. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever aw." TryCarduL All Druggists PARIS, June 26. Louise Favier, a well known French aviatrix, broke the world's altitude record for wo men (21,325 feet). Piloted by Lieutenant' Bosoutrot, who recently broke the world's rec ord for continuous flight in the-air plane Goliath, Mile. Favier in 35 minutes reached the greatest tlti tude ever attained by a woman. WALK FOR HEALTH Walk a mile each dayto keep the doctor away, advises the United States Public Health Service. Try walking to work every morning and see if it doesn't make you stronger and healthier. Miss Ethel Malone, who has been on the sick list, is able to be out again. Mr. Jim Malone is suffering from a severe toothache. Mr. Charley Malono has typhoid fever; We wish him an early recov ery. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Milligan. and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Justis, also Mrs. Lizzie Justis and children spent Sun day evening with Mrs. Andy Malone. Mr. Joe Malone, Mr. John Gass and Mr. Andy Malone were out motoring Sunday evening. Misses Opal r.nd Velma Justis spent Sunday evening with Miss, Vada .Ma lone. Mr. Sam Malone will leave for Johnson City next Saturday evening. Master Hurshell Justis spent Sat urday evening with Mr. Rex. Weems,. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Weems and little son, Cecil Ray, spent one night last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Justis. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Starnes spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dunn. Mrs. Jane Brown and Mrs. Frank Starnes spent Friday with Mrs. Ross Malone. Miss Mollie Milligan spent Sunday evening with Miss Fleta Starnes. PUBLIC SALE! ON W E D N E S D A Y, J U N E 30th, 1020 AT 10:30 A. M. . I will offer for sale, on my premises on the Brown Bridge Pike the following Personal Property! . ' , .. Two milk cows; two calves; six heifers; two young work horses; one fine driving pony; one hog; one good wagon; harness, etc; mowing machine and rake; good wheat drill; one disc harrow; drag harrow; corn planter; one turning plow; two double shovel plows; two 14-foot cul tivators; one-fourth interest in 7-foot Peering Binder, with trucks; two old buggies, and all other tools; one cook stove, and other household and kitchen 'furniture. All of this live stock is a good kind; most of farm tools is in good condition, and will ga at your own price. TERMS $5.00 and under, cash down; all over $5.00 to be paid February 1, 1921. Notes with approved security at legal interest. ' J. tt. OSBORNE . " J. H. RUSH, Auctioneer. GREENEVILLE ROUTE EIGHT Farmers of this section are vjry busy cutting wheat. We were glad to see the good rain fall. We have been needing it for so long. Miss Zella Hare is very poorly of typhoid fever. She is not improving as rapidly as her friends would wish. Mr. Mack Moody left Wednesday for Del Rio, where he will spend a few days with his grandmother. Master Charley ustis left Wednes day for Del Rio, to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. Viola Fox. Mrs. Nannie Kennedy was calling on Mrs. J. L. Woody Wednesday ev ening. Misses Viola Stacy, Pearl and Pau line Ellis; Messrs. Rufus and Frank Stacy, and Willie Ramsey called at the home of Rufus Lamb Sunday. Miss Mabel Moore has been con fined to her room the past week with a sore arm. We wish her an early recovery. Mrs. J. L. Woody and Mrs. J. L. Moore were calling on Mrs. Lillie AFTON NOTES Mr. Ben White is very low with double pneumonia. His many friends wish him a speedy recovevy, Mr. W. H. Brown is confined to his room with lumbago. There will be preaching at Green wood Sunday morning and dinner on the ground. There will also be a baptizing at the river near the church Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Every body' invited. Rev. Aker, the great evangelist, will conduct the services. Miss Ula Kilday, who has been con fined to her room, is able to be out again. FORGET-MH NOT. Justice Wednesday. Mrs. Rufus Lamb and daughters, Lillie and Lessie, were calling to see Miss Zella Hare Wednesday even ing. Miss Arizona Bebber and Cecil Cannon were married Tuesday even ing in Greeneville. We wish the young couple a long and happy life. MUTT AND JEFF. MORRISTOWN. June 26. Morris- town's club Thursday defeated John son City in an exciting 11-inning game by the score of 10 to a. ine game was featured by the heavy hit ting of both teams. Mornstown is now leading tne Ap palachian league by two games. In Wednesday's game Johnson City defeated Morristown, 3 to 0. The affair was a pitcher's battle between Morton, of Mornstown, and Wilson, of Johnson City. ALONE in the tire field the Firestone 3V2 takes its place beside the half dozen products of universal use which manufacturing genius has made standard. BRITAIN PREPARES TO, SEIZE IRISH RAILWAY.? Built tory LONDON. June 25. The Evening News has been informed officially j that the government is preparing to apply the plan used tn breaking tne railroad strike in tne situation caus- eu oy me tying up oi uie xrisu icu- ways. If necessary, the roads will be ta ken over and the facilities for food distribution augmented by motor trucks guarded by soldiers. Numer ous trucks will be exported to Ireland if necessary. LAUNCH WALSH BOOM ABOARD SPECIAL TRAINS BOSTON, June 25. Booms for U. S. Senator David I. Walsh for the Democratic Presidential nomination and Chandler M. Wood, Boston bank er, for Vice-Presidential nomination, have been launched in the Massachu setts and Rhode Island delegates' train speeding westward to San Fran cisco, according to dispatches from the train. Senator Walch has announced that he is not a candidate. in a specialized fac by exjbertswith 4 all the economy of concentrated production. What the bulk of the peo ple accept as the standard of value is right. You owners of small cars, can 'forget tire details you need not bother with meth ods, features, or guarantees. Call for the Firestone (non skid) Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.50 "LO AND BEHOLD" DRESS CONDEMNED BY WOMAN DES MOINES, la., June 26. The " 'Lo and Behold Dress," held up on one shoulder by a string of beads, as j worn by girls of today, was berated f by Mrs. Charles Greene, chairman of; the home economics department ofi the General Federation cf Women's Clubs, in her report before the con-1 venticr. bore. She also criticized parents for per- j mitting children the use of autorao-! biles. 1