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. , -4 k Irflfa VILLE VOLUME 3 NUMBER 86. THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, THURSDAY, JULY S, 1920. FIFTEEN CENTS A WEEK j. ja j j j j. 4 l J l 4 4 2ES3 uns Given Three Months to iisarmament Provision QOID1PM1P Daily Sun Carry Out XONDON, July 8. (By United Press.) The War Office here has taken a pessimistic view of the Polish situation upon receipt of reports that the reds are continuing their advance after the capture of Rovno Volhynia. Advices from Sofia said that Rumania is mobilizing prepar ing a strong defense along the entire Bessarabia front. Warsaw dispatches said that fighting is spreading all along the Vilna Railway. 4 Should the Bolsheviki win it is feared they will be able to turn the entire Polish left, separating Poland from Lithuania. Indisputable reports have been received from Holland show ing the entire Polish front from Pripet to the Carpathians, has broken down, said a dispatch to the Berlin wireless press. Littleton Opens Headquarters LaFollette Will Be Standard-Bearer of Third Party Is Belief of Delegates 3,374 Strikes During 1919 CHICAGO, July 8. (By United 'Press.) Senator LaFol lette will be the nominee of the Third Party is the prevailing belief here today of delegates arriving for the national conven tion of liberal organizations. Upon inquiry it developed that practically a unanimous sent iment favors LaFollette, but this will not be allowed to keep the convention in suspense, it is said. Frank P. Walsh, of Kansas City, is ajso prominently mentioned. MADISON, Wis., July 8. Senator LaFollette will make known his attitude toward a third party in his magazine next week, it was learned from reliable sources today. He is ready to make the race if unanimously nominated and permitted to write his own platform. KNOXVILLE, July 8. "From thi-K time on the race will be hot and the pace speedy," declared Jesse M. Lit tktcn, of Chattanooga, one of the G. n n j ' ii m l A-'.t I u. r. canuiuuies tor guuernauiruu honors. Mr. Littleton was in Knoxville tw) days last week shakjiy hands with friends and supporters of the First and Second Concessional riistrbts. While her his friars opened head quarters for him from which his cam paign for the two district will be conducted. The managers are Judg0 Will D. Wright, Knoxville, Gen. Fred C. Houk, Knoxville, and Hon. William I,. Davis, Tazewell, Clairborne coun ty. Mr. D.vvir; is representing the second d'jtrict. Local managers are predicting for Mr. Littleton a har...some majority in the priory, August 5, in the East Tennessee Republican stronghold. It is asserted that he is ranr'ng better than he expected in Middle and West Tennessee. , - i WASHINGTON, July 8; Strikes j and lockouts in the United States during 1919 totalled 3,374 and af fected more than 4,000,000 workers, according to a review issued yester day by the department of labor. Ap proximately one half of the strikes oc curred in five states New York, Mas sachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois. Although there were 37 more labor conflicts reported last year than in 1918, the total for 1919 was material ly under that of 1916 and 1917. On the other hand, no strike in 1118 in volved as many as 60,000 workers, while no less than nine walkouts last year interrupted the work of more than 60,000. The department's review attributed the absence of violence in labor con troversies' during 1919 to less fre quent use of strike breakers. Senate Investigating Committee Will Look Into Democratic Campaign Functe CHICAGO, July 8. (By United Press.) The Senate com mittee investigating campaign expenditures will open an in vestigation of democratic expenditures in Missouri tomorrow, Chairman Kenyop announced today. . n Henry Lincoln Johnson, negro republican national commit teeman from Georgia, was questioned today as to the disposi ' tion of $9,500, alleged to have been sent him by Lowdcn managers. Removal Russian Trade Restrictions Will Allow Further Deportations ' WASHINGTON, July 8.(By United Press.) The removal by the State Department of restrictions on Russian trade will allow a resumption of deportation of the aliens being held, it was stated at the Labor Department today. Revolution Brewing in Germany N Where General Strike Is Called LONDON, July 8. (By United Press.) A news dispatch from Berlin today said that a revolution was brewing in Bruns wick, where extremists are fomenting a general strike to be come effective Saturday. Interest in First District Primary JOHNSON CITY, July 8. Con siderable interest is being manifested in two of the upper counties of the district Johnson and Carter in the race for the republican nomination for congress. Lieut. B. Carroll has been making a very active campaign, speaking in all of the counties. Con gressman Sam R., Sells has thus far contended himself with visiting prac tically all of the counties since his re turn from the Chicago convention He will begin a speaking campaign next week, opening up in Johnson City, the home of his opponent Dates have also been arranged for Hawkins county at Rogersville on Saturday July 17, at Sneedvillc in Hancock county on Monday July 19, and at Rutledge on Monday August 2nd. Other dates will be announced later on. The friends of Congressman Sella contend that he will carry every coun ty in the district. They express no fear concerning the outcome, and be lieve that his majority over Lieut Reece will be the largest he has re ceived in any of his races heretofore Irish Capital Surrounded by Troops; Strict Censorship on All News DUBLIN, July 8. (By United Press.) Dublin was surround ed by a cordon of troops and all roads are blocjced by barbed wire today. No information for the reason was available. Turkish Nationalists Fire Upon British Dreadnaught in Harbor CONSTANTINOPLE. July 8. (By United Press.) Turkish Nationalists fired upon a British dreadnaught, the "Iron Duke," lying in the harbor here today. The battleship return fire. PENSACOLA HAS FOURTH CASE BUBONIC PLAGUE PENSACOLA, Fla., July 8. The fourth casj ot bubonic plague was of fidally repoited here yesterday. Citi zens in m.ss meeting demanded that the commi ce pa;s an ordinance pro viding for rat extermination. Mayor Sanders said tod:4y that the ordinance n quested would be enact ed by the committee. Word came from the surgeon-gen eral's office at Warrington that un less rats in Tensacola were killed, the city would be placed unde; quaran tine. SPA, Belgium, July 8. (By United Press.) Germany must comply with the disarmament provisions of the peace treaty within three months, and shall not be granted any extension, the allies .decided today. Germany's request that she be given fifteen months is flatly refused. Herr Simons said that arms were being smuggled into Ger many and that all attempts to disarm the volunteers had failed. He said Germany was still facing the possibility oi a dangerous revolution from two sides, namely, the radicals and mon archists. v German and allied military officials in discussing the Ger man disarmament reported today that they had been unable to reach an agreement. Lloyd George curtly ordere dthem to resume the discussion. s. Crop Conditions in Tennessee NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 8. Fol owing is a summary of weather and crop conditions in Tennessee for the week ending July 6. The week was favorable for crops and for the work of the season except the rainfall was rather light. In some places rain was needed at the close of the week, es pecially for com and potatoes. Crops are fell cultivated as a rule.. Cot ton made good progress arid is gener ally fruiting well. This early planted is blooming in many fields. Corn made good growth. Some is silking and much of it is tasseling, but there is a large percentage of the crop in early stages. The conditions were favorable for harvesting and thresh ing wheat and for putting, away spring oats and all kinds of hay. The oats and hay crops are good. Tobac co did very well for the most part, but some that was transplanted late shows poor stands. The first crop of Irish potatoes is being dug and the results generally rre good. Late Irish potatoes are being planted. Sweet potatoes did fairly vell. Peas and beans for hay made good growth The apple and peach crop seem to average better than usual. ROSCOE NUNN, Meterologist. Mexican Ambassador Under Carranza Urges Non-Recognition of New Gov't WASHINGTON, July 8. (By United Press.) Ygnacio Bo nillas, the Mexican Ambassador to the United States under Carranza, is in Washington attempting to persuade the State Department to refuse recognition of the new government in Mexico. His visit here follows the closed reception by Acting Secre tary of State Davis with Gernando Iglesias-Calderon, high com missioner of the new regime. Realizing that the disavowal of the murder of President Car ranza is probably the consideration upon which recognition is hinged, Bonillas has charged Obregon as having instigated the killing. Hecharged that Rodolfo Herrerro.'who was accused of the murder, is merely a tool of Obregon. Cox Requested to Make Clear His Views on Prohibition by Alabama Leader DAYTON, Ohio, July 8. (By United Press.) Senator Hob son, of Alabama, the "dry"'and anti-saloon league representa tive of that state, asked Gov. Cox today to make clear the defi nition of his position on prohibition. A telegram from San Francisc osaid that he made a state ment that hopposed increasing the maximum alcoholic con tent provided the Volstead law saves millions ol votes ot per sons who hold the question above party success. Gov. Cox said he expected an answer soon and would not dodge the issue. "THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER" OR "BOUND IN HONOR" Adrama, "The Miller's Daughter" or "Bound in Honor" will be pro duced at Union Temple Saturday evening, July 10th, 1920. Doors open at 7:30. Proceeds to pay for niano. String band music. Come, and have a good time. There will also be a ball game and ice cream supper wheh will start at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Tues, July 6; Thurs. July 8. Villa and Mexican Government Have Agreed to an Armistice WASHINGTON, July 8. (By United Press.) The Ameri can Consul at Chihuahua has advised the State Department that Mexican officials have confirmed the report of an armistice between Federal forces and Pnncho Villa, to become effective on July 15. A dispatch from Mexico City indicates that the revolutionary government is undecided whether to accept or reject Villa'? offer of surrender. Villa told the government emissary that he would be willing to surrender upon certain conditions. "Soviet Ambassador" Declares Trade Relations Can Not Be Resumed CITY SUBSCRIBERS PACKERS ANNOUNCE LOAN BATTING AND FIELDING AVERAGE BURLEY CUBS 5,000 AMERICANS MAY WEAR FRENCH BADGE PARIS. (By Mail. (By United Pvcss.) It is estimated here that over 5,000 American citizens are en titled t owvar the rw French com memorative war-medal just authoriz ed by the overnm:it. The new serv ice badge is for all who served with the French colors in the World War. The new medal will 'be of bronze. It will be expended from a ribbon striped alternately red and white. A special clasp in bronze will be at tached to the ribben in the case of all non-conscripted veterans who serv ed as volunteers. Every American entitled to the medal will be entitled For all games up to July 8th, 20.jto Jhe clasp. Name. B. A. F. A. Campbell, v - .341 .952 Meade, 333 .917 King, Kb ..: .326 .831 , Hackney. 291 .966 Dobson 289 .957 King, Ed .215 .897 Addloburg, Chic .200 .806 $ Alexander 200 NDonk. .154 .932 . Thompson, 143 v L. Fox, .- .111 Addlchurg, J 067 CHICAGO, July 8. Armour and Co., packers, yesterday announced a new capitalization under which a syn dicntc for Ihe distribution of $60,000, 000, seven per cent ten yor.r convert ible geld notes, cated July 15 and re deemable at 105 and will be devoted to the reduction of current liabilities, it was announced. PHILLIPS KELLER Arrange to pay the carrier boy on your route WEEKLY or your paper will be stopped. We have given thu notice several times ana tms is uie last time the matter will be mention ed. NO PAPER will be delivered hereafter unless the week previous has been paid for. Please have your change ready for the little boy if you expect the paper to be left at your home longer. NOTICE A wedding of more than usual in terest was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller, of Afton, on July 7th, at 2:30 o'clock, when Miss Elizabeth Keller became the wife of A. H. rhillips, Rev. E. Z. Blankenbockler officiating. The wedding was a quiet one. Those present were, Rev. Rowe and wife and Mrs. E. Z. Blankenbockler. The couple left immediately after! Plenty of Early Apples. Ten cents the ceremony lor Knoxville, where i per gallon at our orchard. they will make their home. S. C. Hybarger. - 86 2t. Having been duly qualified as exec utor of the will of Jas. F. Kirk, de ceased, all persons having claims against his estate are hereby request ed to present same to me duly proven; and all persons who are indebted to the estate are requested to call and make settlement. This July 7th, 1920. H. M. KIRK Executor. Greeneville, Tenn, Ut. 10. July 8, 15, 22, 29. n. pd. NEW YORK, July 8. (By United Press.) Commerical re lations cannot be resumed with Russia despite the action of the State Department in lifting the ban, Ludwig C. A. K. Martens "soviet ambassador" to the United States, said today. The passport restrictions and credit arrangements must bo made less obstructive, declared Martens. CAMP GREYSTONE OPENED ;B The niw girls' summer camp near Greenevi lie Camp Greystone , which has recently been remodeled, I was opened today, a number of the; young ladies who will be here for the! si weeks' camp arriving on trains Nos.j 26 and 41. The remainder of the party, which will number about one hundred, will arrive on the afternoon and night trains and will be taken out to the camp early Friday morning. CARD OF THANKS We wish to tl.ank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and. help given us during the sickness and death of, our beloved daughter and I sister, and also for the beautiful flo- ral offerings. Her room v:H seldom without flowers and she enjoyed them so much. May God's richest blessings be with you all in your sad hours. MR.D. A. WILLHOIT. MRS.. D. A. WILLHOIT. ' THE CHILDREN. RINCES' I H THEATRE! TO-DAY- P ETHEL CLAYTON IN MORE DEADLY THAN THE MALE" FRIDAY EVA NOVAK IN "UP IN MARY'S ATTIC"