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f I r THE CREENEVILXE DAILY SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1920. FIFTEEN CENTS A VLtX oT o 0 1 i If II 11 fl tlF ! ? J. .J. ! . J, l 4 4 "J l i &Dipletek lefeafei ftp Villa, With 2,00.0 Followers, Starts On Rampage Who Cast Deciding Vote for Suffrage , NIOTA, Tenn., Aug. 24. One of the happiest women of the million en franchised by Tennessee's ratification mulicted that all re dtroo,, will be ejected from the! - na kZZZk" .wr . WU....... . J U)M,0N, Aug. 24 -(Uy United P-Th. Bolsheviki proud of Son rueniing aiong me enure nve nunarea mile iront, unoiu ; ! dispatches from W firs! w stated today. General Budenny's ..lry, which has bee n threatening Lemberg for more than . uok, has joined in the general withdrawal, it ia said. Only ven UolKhevik divisions remain in Poland. The Russian defeat in Poland is ui complete and overwhelm ing that there is no possibility of the Bolsheviki reforming their. shattered' armies on Polish territory, says .a 'press- dispatch. It i ...., t j i i k ii i ri l .1, : oeiupieu areas oeiore me ena oi me wee.K. .. uoisiieviK P"UI1;; Burn, ivho on Wednesday, cast the liS now total more than 90,000. J '. t deciding ballot in the State Legisla-1 ture voting for suffrage becausg his i mother wanted him to. But today Mrs. Burn took no cred- , it for the suffrage victory. Jy talked in glowing terms of her son,! tographic developments by the com ; , 7 ' , ' " : his achievements and his dreams. She pahy.' LUCERb"il Switzerland, Aug, 24. (By . United Press.) admitted that without knowing how j It is reported that the company has r:. ,-.,( T7.-.iiw m,l Ttnlu n rnv. nr nr (tiit f ho nna mnr fv "e on me issue sue imu wriuen acmjirea several nunarea acres OI CiA Oclt Britain and Italy Demanding "'BolsKeviki to Modify Peace Terms Purchases Rights For Industry 0 In Kingsport BRISTOL Tenn., Aug, 24.Word cones from Kingsport that during the past week the Eastman Kodak company has purchased the riparian" rights of Kendricks Creek in Sulli van county and intends to convey the entire body of water by pipe lines to their plant that, it is building at Kingsport. The water will be convey ed in pipes a distance of approximate- She mere- j Mftve miles and will be used in pho- SAN ANTONIO, Aug. 24.(By United Press.) An. uncon firmed report that Francisco Villa has revolted, and with 2,000 followers! has fled to the hills, was received here today. The report of Villa's action k credited by Villista agents here. . um-ii xu.jmiu l'iwiu.v.13 tuw uic- nave a """f""' Iwhirh 'shfl tnld him the. honed ' ha mt ft. W lv,t W:iZfi to'tlie,r,olshcviki requiring withdrawal of ,the objec-lwould decide t0 vote for the amenia tomnleted it will belaroer than all him a letter at the last minute, in land from the ICingaport ''Improve- 'Mlonable claases before the end of the 'week. The disclosure ment of the message .was made by Lloyd George in an interview of the Soviet -demand that Polish workmen 'be" armed is "so intoler phle that we "(Lloyd George end Premier-Giolitti); have sent a pcrejnptory raesrage asking a reply before the' end of the wflek.- Upfln assuring us of withdrawal of this and any similar demands, the British leader said. Cox May Be Forced to Appear Before Campaign Expenditures Com. CHICAGO, Aug. 24. (By United Press.) Gov. Cox may foacd'to appear before the Senate Campaign Expenditures imnsittcc to tell what. he, knows in the alleged $15,000,000 Of ficer jShot on Way From Church BELFAST, Ireland, Aug. 23. Police Inspector Swansey, against whom a verdict of willful murder was given by A coroner's jury in connec tion with the assassiiJation of Mayor Maccurtain in March, was shot dead yesterday while proceeding to his home from church, at Lisbarn, to which town he had been transferred after the finding of the coroner's jury. The killing ,of Inspector Swansey was the plants at Kingsport combined. Aivery large number of skilled work men in .this line will be given employ ment The citizenship of Kingsport is very much pleased at landing the gigantic industry which is conceded will be one of the big development of the south in the next year. J J. t J J t Additional Local News t upaign "funds, political leaders indicated , today. Chairman j among the 'most daring of a long .se- V of the Republican Congressional Committee, urged tnat ti.i4 I'wmmittee insist that uorrtowtrppearr Gov. Cox Declares He Will Prove , ' His Charge of Huge G. O. P. Fund ' - , L ' DAYTOSr, Ohio,; Aug. 24. (By 'United Press.) Gov. Cox ''-clared today that he would prove his charges that the repub licans were raising a 'campaign fund of $15,000,000 when he j;-caks in Pittsburg next Thursday night. ; nes. the congregation were leaving LalU tJie; Protestant churches ;;atthe time and conveicging on the scene of the shooting; -'"The . officer 'had been with his mother and sister, in attend ance upon the services at Christ Church and had reached the corner of Railway street, where he resided. Tefel Funds Raised by G. O. P. Since :';' - ; Hardies Ncraiition Is $944,353.02 MARSHA LL FOCH WILL VISIT UNITED STATES UPON HIS VACATION " METZ, Aug. 24. Marshal Foch will visit th 3 United States when the European situation permits him ; to take a vacation of the required length, Tha marshal made this state ment to Supreme" Knight, James A. ":V YORK' Aug! 24. (By Ui.ited Press,) Total repub-piaherty, of the American Knights national. ;funds raised si ice' the .nomination Senator.; Ju , one thousand after ' y Mr. Flaherty had extended "a formal invitation to themarshal,:on behaJf of the Knights. Captain "Andre Tardieu, one of the speakers,' caused some surprise when he said:, " You may not know that France supplied you with 80 per cent of your airplanes, 60 per cent of your hi Dl . f TJ,i T ii-ncj 1 pvaa rnTrnvi iTrOW" t B-nrw nn1 l-owitprs ann hi) nur ppnr j.U. i1i "l.ty uiniu J. n..; , v, ,v..j - y. 15... - r hold "a' mass meeting in Dallas Mi',,September. When you re- 4W A;en r ih nrr.n Vi K. Tivdav. turn t0 Frfce hear the opinion Vian iU1 u,e ' ' ' " ".'.exnressed that France is narsimoni- ous, remember that France paid, 4, '500,000,000 francs in taxes in 1914 tj J )ir.'j is $944,053.02,-according to a statement ot ireaencK ; :Catt&acrsWill Meetirf Fl-IiLi ta Lav P ans to Dispose s ianagcf :of je Ivir.icn, .uaouriced today. UAr . . . 'mm 3urrcndcr,cf,sVxcsna to .Hungarians ; :-i .v1 11 'it' ' v. -- - .', Aug. 24, (By United .-.Press.) The Russian 'y 'as otene-d--ne.?otiathms"or.,the.. toendcr. oi n;' unconfirmed roport received" .here today. rrs GIVE ' GIRLS' CAMP SOON TO -fricE jrvoux; pull stakes and move and 20,000,000,000 this year.", M. E. CHURCH PICNIC - HAS BEEN POSTPONED : .Mrs. Pearl Reaves Kirk, of Mo hawk, is the guest. of her father Mr. James Reayes on West Irish street 4 ,Mr. J. W. Williams ia at home from the United States Navy, spending hir vacation with Mr; and 1 Mres. T. W Stevens, on North Main street. . Mrs. Bonnie, Bowman, of Cedar Crek, left yesterday for Knoxville where she went to enter her daughter in the University of Tennessee - f - ) Mrs. W;, A, Susohg and Misc Emmf Susong, who have been at White Sulphur Springs, New York, for the past month, are expected home today. Mr. W. F. DeBusk,' who has beet on a visit here for six weeks to old friends and acquaintances, will leave this afternoon for his, home jn Bart lettsville, Okla. Mr. DeBusk me1 many of his old friends and acquaint ances during his stay hsre. OPENING OF CHUCKEY SCHOOl " Hun was ready tc -) ny afternoon, f pepot Ftiv"t fel' - v.ircs rorncvtpil j '.nit, putiiri? nn ;v minion. It v.a 5n fore rce'ftry ii , thtrofcit! city y rt-cftve their pa- ni ' t -r oarly lla t;t 1 f l ou'Ui- v f 1 ,U? i (.'."Kite' i ' The "Gills'" Camp," at Greystoie are expected to pull stakes and move tibout next Tuesday. The young la dies, nwe than one hundred in num ber, will leave for their variour ,onn-s. A farewell banquet fs being nnanjfii for them before' their da parttire. . . 4 . ; This camp has proven very success f ul anrl thete is no doubt but that i' v ill lend to better things during thf cuming'season. The young ladies have been .shown every courtesy pos t,!'!, Their four aid six weeks' staj iii the mountains oi &asi iennessee "The M. E. Church Sunday school picnic has been postponed, until after the rainy season lets up incident to "Mary Crossing the Mountain." The outing of Asbury Memorial church, which was set for Unaka Springs last week, has also been postponed until more favorable weather. The exact dates of these two pleasant outings will be printed in the Daily Sun at a later date. Watch for them. CHILDREN'S DAY EXERCISES o'clock r-i i fic I af f er- i has provfii a 'revelation to m?ny of Jon i'a 4 c 'ople he! pies? tem. If it is decided to make thi; ;camp permanent, "Beautiful Grey M'lno" will undergo many improve- imcr.ts before next season, and the number in attendance is expected tc i be easily doubled. . d AT Till'. PRINCESS TUESDAY Mary Miles Minter ' N'u'rse Marjory." . W K. D.N'SSD AY Bryan t ' in "The Sins of Saint Anthony," There will be children's day exer cises at O. & S. Chapel next Sunday August 29th. The exercises will ge gin promptly at one o'clock. Come, rain or shjne, and hear the children. Let us every one give them our atten tion and encihrage the little one? in the great work of God while they are young.- Thi invitation is extend ed to every one. Come, and bring some one with you. MISS LELA LOVE, ' Chairman. ICE CREAM SUPPER The Flag Branch Canning Club will give an ice cream supper at Flag Branch school house, Aug, 28, 1924. in j There ' will filso be watermelons at auction, . . " Washburn; - Everybody welcome, -" Cornel 125-2t. pd, - ..'..... .... ' : . 1 Chuckey High School will open August 30th. The principal and Trus tees of the school invite and urge the attendance of every patron at the opening exercises Monday morning at 8:30. If you are interested In helping tc make this a successful school-year, show us by your presence on the op ening day. . The Girls' Hall will be under the management of a capable matron, and we hope to provide a congenia home atmosphere for our girls this year. " - ", -. Any girls desiring to make reser vations for rooms in the hall shoulc' make application to the principal at once. . . Boys will be granted the privilege of taking their meals at, the hall. . E. MAUDE COX, Prin. Statement Certifying Ratification of Suffmge Amendment Mailed to Colby NASHVILLE, Aug. 24. (By United Press.) Gov Roberts, has certified to the State Department at VVashington that Ten nessee has ratified the Federal Suffrage Amendment,, suffrage leaders declare , dtoday." According to Representative Miller and Attorney General Thompson, Roberts mailed certification to the Secretary of State. This action followed the granting of "writs of certiorari and supercedeas" in the State Supreme Court by Chief Justice Landsom. "These writs, it was . held, took injunction proceedings from the lower court and enabled - 4e governor with other state of ficials to act' . Certification of suffrage amendment was mailed to Secretary. Colby in a registered letter. Copies were also sent to the Pres ident and Vice-President and the Speaker of the National House. Man Confesses to Having Married Three Times in Same City in One Year MEMPHIS, Aug. 24. (By United Press.) Charges of big amy will not be made against Vernon Glass, 23 years old, until a thorough investigation has been made? the detective bureau announced today. Glass, whose home is lit Holdenville, Okla., was arrested last night upon the complaint of V fourteen-year-old Mississippi girl. The police say Glass confessed to having married three times in one year in Little Rock. . I , Louisiana Governor an dLive Stock - Men DiscusrTick Eradication Laivs. BATON ROUGE, La., Aug. 24. (By United Press.) Gov. Parker met live stock men at noon today to consider means of enforcing the tick eradication laws. Failure of some men to observe the law has caused the government to impose a quaran tine on several parishes, endangering the investment ' of pro ducers. :- .. .'' " . ' :.," r :W i' ':' r.?-: Ponzi, the "Financial Wizard States ( His Liabilities Are About $3,000,000 BOSTON. Auz. 24. (Bv United Press.) Ponzi's liabilities are about $3,000,000, he declared today in a response to a question of the attorney for the receivers, when the bankruptcy proceedings were resumed. , MARY'S MOTHER TO TAKE NAME OF PICKFORD LOS ANGELES, Aug. 24. Mrs. Charlotte Smith, mother of Mary Pickford, has filed a petition in court here to change her name to Pickford. She is the' last of the family to take this action. Mary, Lotta, and Jack, all of whom were once Smiths, are rnow legally regarded as Pickfords. French Government Approves Anglq- Italian Message Sent Soviet Gov't PARIS. Aucr. 24. (Bv United Press.) Premier Milerand has sent an official note to London declaring that the" Lnglo- Italian message to tie Bolsheviki regarding Poland cbntains nothing contrary to France's principles. Eight Divisions of Bolsheviki Meet Utter Destruction at Hands of Poles PARIS, Aug. 24. (By United Press.) Eight Bolshevik di visions have been annihilated and eight others reduced to half, unofficial advices from Warsaw stated today, I HATCH AMUSEMENT CO. HERE ALL THIS WEEK BIG CAMP MEETING COMES TO A CLOSE The big camp meeting in the Church of God Tabernacle, in the West End, came ts a close Sunday. A baptismal service was held Sunday morning, the new church pool being used. The meeting just closed is said to be the most successful ever held in this new tabernacle. ANNOUNCEMENT The Fall cleaning of the Timber Ridge graveyard will take place next Saturday a. m.; August 28. All parties interested as well as the community in general will please meet i and and help with this "work. W.A. HOGAN, Chairman Com. 125-lt. wkly Aug. 2C. The Hatch Amusement Co., which opened a week's engagement in Greeneville on the Hirsch lot last night, was visited by ft large throng of amusement seekers. The Dixie Minstrels seemed to b the favorite show of the patrons. Il is said to be one of the finest organ izations of the character showing un der canvas. A fine merry-go-round and ferrif wheel is carried for those who wish to ride. Gala,, performances will be given Saturday afternoon when extra at tractions will be offered. The engagement terminates Satur day, August 28. I ' , . NOTICE To all persons having friends and relates buried at the Lutheran cem etery at Mosheim, Venn. - Friends this place is growing full of weeels and needs your attention. So bring your sharp hoe Thursday, August 26 join us in making this place something to be proud of instead of ; an eye-sore and disgrace to our com munitjr. COM. 125-2t. pd. PRINCESS H THEATRE TO. DAY MARY MILES MINTER In "NURSE MARJORIE'V WEDNESDAY BRYANT WASHBURN 1 "THE SINS OF ST ANTHONY'