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V r N egl'WeekYbu Can-Get The: Daily -Sun'-Ey Mail for Onl5rQ2''a-YearrIllW f ft w ' t TT Tf T AILY -. 3 NUMBER 150. . "' - 'uwoawmmni THE CREENEVlLLE DAILY SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920. FIFTEEN CENTS A WEEK ' HIM ...jMifilLW i ncpcMovn if,". .- . .- - , ....... L. ,.; WW'"'4! mJmJmJmJ . , s vibz Charges Many Newspapers HaW-Es Bribed by , G. 0. P. WASHINGTON, Sept. 24. A general decline in commod; , prices are froecisted today by Secretary of Commerce Alex ander, to follow the reduction'of prices by the Ford and lank ILn Autotnobilc companies, and of cotton good manufacturers. The people of f trie United States have' money an are willing' to spend it, but are demanding full value for the money ..they spend, said Alexander ). A ' drop . in'; woolen, -clothing; and shoes rxe forecast for the immediate future. The failure .of the Fed r J Reserve Board to extend credit fo:r storing' foodstuffs is 7?ctcd to bring down prices in the sale of the crop from the I rc;r,t harvest. , , ST, LOU S, Sept. 24. A real and permanent reduction in 'food prices is predicted today by retailers and'wholsalers along Commission Row, and in various markets here. Bumper crops at last, they declare, are solving the problems of the high cost of eatinsr. The price of vegetables and, fruits today are from 20 per cent to two-thirds lower, than those of a month ago, -1 DENVER, Colo., Sept. 24. Foodstuffs, wholesale and retail, here have joined the nation-wide tumble during the last two: days. Merchants are predicting a further decline before the end of the'month. Potatoes dropped from, $2.15 to $1.35 per bushel. Hogs and cattle on hoof dropped $1 per hundred, Sugar at 11 cents' per pound is predicted shortly; - Planes Beinj Used to Locate Forect Fires East Tenneccee Medical Acs'n c: jn of Terror Still Prevails in - Vest Virginia Ccal Mining District CHArSTON,;W.'Va., Sept. 24. A reign 'of terror and l3ylossn::.$" still prevails in Williamson and Pocahontas coal fields, iiScofding to reports reachiivj.here from various sources tod?V, Activities of gun wielders are at present confined to sth3'backwoods districts, with every probability '.of' becoming irVe general should- any attempt be made to remove United "aL soldiers' that are stationed inr that district. . , viu ch Is Being Made for Wealthy P TU icfht ft tf Lumberman. Who Has Disappeared - " .'!.: . . v;: ... ' ' ' j ,.., ,' '........-.." ' ' J A If K f fV V RJVVV4l .v-V7 !i Hearts ,a wealthy lumber man, whose -abandoned was found last night in a swamp ten miles souf . ;l.ans eft home in his shirt, sleeves for the lumbc; .day-with only forty cents in his pocket. i , .. ... ' . -:-- if..-...,,:- , . -i u Line a J Officials Have Ordered Strike b S Postponed One Week, Reporter1 ; LONDON, Capt. 24. The Centr News states that the Fed eration of, Miners have sent notices to all coal fields suspending ths national' coat strike for one week. The strike was to have become effective CJiiiday. " , ' -, - " ' ' V :' ; . , - ' ; ' labe Ruth : Seres His Fiftieth Home- Run Today in Game With W ashington t NEW YORK, Sept. 24. Babe Ruth made his fiftieth home- run1 this afternoon in the first inning of the game with Wash ington, with no one on bases., ' k , . wAYS HOTEL PRICES ARE NOT EXORBITANT COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 24. "I vpyeve that the vast majority of ho- have kept faith with the public," Maurice Lankan," secretary to ! I'feifer, Ohio's Federal Fair i CommiKsion: "They",, are con vity in their charges and . are l.tirt-'y, consistent ith 5 prevailing wt('-tUri8," continued Secretary Lan- ITha exclusive restaurant furnish- fli-'V'ftss service is a thinpr of the he said. 'It's overhead, ex " ",'was'too great to admit of prof " Jry hotels-actually loose mori- jieir restaurants and keep them J.ily as an advertisement,' or to jr rooms.' ,," - , &e Department of .IVtica n- 71 'that the avera,?:'. establishment. iM many iioieis iuuwvi!.(s ;isicn of each dollar fp?nt by the ( onin the restaurant: Food cost, J preparation and service;, .'337; .045; net profit ami turnover, ) noti; . V o per- , 111 v. . . . ' r t .- t. ."( sfvlo 1)11 t-sn trnil. In this i e tf y om much cheaper and bct- V f"1' F.. D. WHEATLEY, f.'i nd who lives !un I need La pses, etc.. I get s best factories d me the be;.t in NEW PUBLISHER OF NEWPORT PLAIN Talk S'KWTORT, Tenn., Sept." 2fThe Nswport Plain Talk.yas sold 6n last Monday to Urey Goodwin fr $10, 0(50 and" ths new edjtor had his first issue of Uie pyper on the'stieets Wed nesday. VThe paper waa purchased from B.'i: Susor.g; a 1914 by T. II. Campbell. Mr. Ooodwin'came to New port threj orNfour years ago and has been connected, with the' stove of Chas. W. Dunn'-&, Co"; but recently sold hislnteicst to JD.' I. Butler of Jef ferson City. The Tetltinar editor will devote his time to his real estate bus iness. '., ' .; wi. . ' VT Y. W. C A.idlRLS PICNIC ite. Cjji'Sr Howard chaperoned the -"V eim n a delightful picnic Har- DENVER, Colo., Sept. 23.- (Inter. national News Service.) That forest fires, which have taken a terrible toll of human Ufa and caused many mil Jions of dollars' damage in this' state, have been conquered is the belief of national forest officials in Colorado, following a successful experiment in detecting a "dummy" lire, in the thickly woodedcountry ojf the - San Isabel forest, by aeroplane, jtfcjuts. . A plane piloted by Jack Atkinson, of -this city,, and carrying Forest Ranger Charles W. Clover and an-, other observer, : swept through the swirling air currents over the reaches 6f the San Isabel forest, in Southern j Colorado, and demonstrated that the aeroplane forest fire patrol" is far more efficient than was believed pos sible. . , The trip was. made as a test upon which may depend adoption by the government of a permanent aerial fire patrol in the forests of Colorado. The plane was flown from Denver, south to Pueblo,- and within twenty minutes after the "fire lookout" had left that city in a southwestward di re'etion the, observers had located ac cuiately from the thousands of acres of forest beneath -them the tiny wisp of smoke which represantod on incipi ent forest fire, previously set by other rargers, concealed in the rugged fast ness j(f the" San Isabel. One of the most secluded spots, in the forest had been chosan by the rangers who' set thV test firc,"ft the plane . circled about the tiny' dot of smoke that had ijn -'sp9Jtte(l"u'unerringly -from-the dense forest . .arbarfJol hnkb?e4i 'of square miles.' firof9$ fuifi;W f Sucpessful? "The trip couldn't pos sibly have been ' a greater success," declared Ranger Clover upon landing from the plune. "From the arth it would have been hours before tho smoke from such a fire would have been discerned against the sky. Look ing down, with the ctense black forest as n background, the thin wisp of smoke rould be seen miles away." " Foltowrr.sf is the nroirram of tiie , , . j w - - . , E&st.Teifncssee' Medical Association to be hep ia Grecnevifle in the cir cuit courl room Thursday, September riday October 1: ; i&n calle4;itd,order by Dr. thes.' chairTriari, ox arronge- mitteeat 10 a.'m circuit Purchas e of Marshes Along Lake Delayed COLUMBUS. Sept. 23. Accord ing to information from A. C. Bax ter, chief of th Ohio Fish and Game Department, the contemplated pur chase of marsh lands along Lake Erie could not be made a3 planned for tho reason that' experts employed for that purpose were unable to determine the title to large sections omarsh, and purchase will not be authorized by ehe Attorney General until a clear title and proper metes Bnd bounds can be shown.' V ' V .. ; . ; ;, '. .. Swamp Land Surveyor Harry Helm- rich, employed by the Fish and Game Department, has advised that the G. O. Beckling Co.f at Cedar Point, who owns a large portion of "the Huron Marsh, is on the Grand List in Erie County for 706.46 acres, in Huron township, while, according to findings in a cas of the West Huion Sport ing Club vs. Andrew Teasal, eC al, the Huron marsh lands iu dispute contain about 1,000 acres. Maps inspected in dicate' ajarger acreage, and in som cases farmers claim large portions of the territory. Jlelmrjch is of the opin ion that a survey cannot be made un til the marsh freezes ?ver. He as serts that the marsh titles are a com plicated maze that will take months to; unravel. The Fish an Game De partment will hurry the survey as fast as possibly at all points and noHime will be lost in an effort to obtain con- 30, and Associ W. M. ment co: w . ...- court roqm. ' J ' Invocation by J. B. Ely, D. D. -. Address of welcome in behalf of the city, jMayor D. P. Mason - ' ' J 'Address of welcome Ah behalf of the: Medjcal, Association pf. Green county bf Dr, J. B. Bell, Greenevillc1 'Response in behalf of the associa tion by E. R. Kemp, Knoxvftlc-.". v Introduction of the 'president. He. C. T. Cajrroll, Morristowft.'? " 'f At 5:30 the members will go for an auto nde, then to the lawn of Tus culum college, where they will be served luncheon by the ladies, fol lowed by informal ' addresses, after which they will motor back to the meeting place. ' The '-invited guests of the associa tion will! be Dr. Seale Harris of Bir mingham, Ala., secretary Southern Medical j association, and secretary- editor Southern Medical Journal. ; Papers will be called in order here listed. After, the entire program has been callad, any. who have not re- spondedwill be called again. . Paper limited to 20 minutest Dis cussions I Hmited tofive minute to each member. . Please f observe this rule. " (Ttita does- sot apply , to special order papers,) To. B Mad SpcUl Order, . ; . t;Dr,iC)T.iarroll, presldenH of the East 'Tenhesseof Medical association, Subject : "Co-Operation." Dr. Seale Harris, Birmingham, Ala. Subject: "Diatetic and Medicinal Treatment of Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers." Dr. E. L. Bishop, Nashville, state director of rural sanitation, Subject: "A Water-Borne Typhoid Epidemic." Dr. L. L. Sheddan, Knoxville, pres ident of the Tennessee State Medical association. Subject : , "Significance of Uterine Hemorrhage." Paper By Doctor. K. P. Elam, Tate "Use and Abuse of Ergot." . M.A. Blanton, Baileyton--"Cpn-sultations." , ( ..',. 4 J. B. Thielen, Knoxville "Head ache."' ' . . ' J. G. . Eblen, Lenoir City "Pre ventive Medicine." TRINIDAD, Colo., Sept. 24.-Eighteen supposedly demo cratic newspapers in Arizonaf, Gov. Cox charged today, have been purchased with funds of the Republican,National Com5 mittee, and he blieyes thftt similar operations on even larger scale is being carried -X)utl in a number of other western and northwestern states... . Nevertheless, the Governor entered Colo rado oday convinced tha he would carry a majority of these states. "I am going back east to tell the people pf. the effort being made to keep the truth from the people of the West. It's unfair, to them. Theyeserve to hear both sides and they are .going to hear.it," ; Gov. Cox cha,rged.that personal representa tives of Chairman Hays had preceded him for(:weeks calling upon editors in cities; where the Governor was tof speak, en cteavoring fo perstiade them to print as litUe as pasible con cerning Cox meetings, and to misrepresent the ihiffression he makes. He declared the same conditions exist in' Oregon, Cat ifornia and Washington.- - ' ' ;. Negro Suspected of Murder Is ; Surrounded and Killed by Posse BIRMINGHAM, Sept. 24. Surrounded by a posse, of twenty officers, Albert' Goldsmith, the negro suspected of killing De tective Sam Debyns last Saturday night, leaped from his hid ing place when, the officers approached, and snapped a pistol at the officers, The negro was riddled with, bullets from the fusilade that followed. Two other blacks were- wounded In a running fight, clad only in their night clothes. !v Slight Improvement Is Noted Today in Condition of Famous Hunger Striker LONDON, Sept. 24. A slight improvement is noted , today in the condition' of Lord Mayor Mac3wlneyi! as he enters the : f ortythird ; day of hunger strike. Physicians stated that he : might Iivev foTraeverat dsys Late' reports stpie that he is suffering great. exhaustion' and fs ' ' in uimosi aisiress. ..?Avs.ia i i Harding's Front Porch Campaign : Ends Tomorrow; Address V. Virginians i MARION, Ohio, Sept. 24. The "front porch" campaign of v. Senator Harding ends tomorrow; with the delegation of the Harding and Collidge Traveling League from the East and Mid west to be addressed. Hundreds of West Virginia republicans . are here today to hear Harding.' Many motored through the country. "" Polish Troops Drive Bols From City of ; Alexandrovsk, Says Moscow Wireless PARIS, Sept. 24. Soviet troops on the Crieman battlefront have been driven from Alexandrovsk, 140 miles northeast of Odessa, and have been flung back across the Dnieper rivet- to E. D. Newell, Chattanooco "Ra- the western bank, a Soviet communique wirelessed from Mos cow stated today. ' WedntsflaV afternoon out to din's Spring a.';' - ' After thu hike a splendid supper was spread.1 Jleats boiled over a camp file or course marshmallow-s 0f the ake Erie marsh land, were toaotrd. . rem the songs heardj J5axter said today. It, may be neces the s'ils wee having a good time. Jgary to j3Ve legislation passed to take Plans were discussed for future piyj 0;er sbma cf these marches, or if nics, also plans to further the V V.ec(.sstiry to condemn for the general C. A .Work, and' to make the;'meet'.!pubiic benefit, territories heb" dis- mgs so interesting that none of V"!rute. "We are determined tWben as girls will want to miss a single miet- ing." The dandelion is grceu in Europe. . cultivated 71 fr its, H i muchvjRsrsh territory as possible to ail" the ljnters of Ohio, but to do thl legally Vy '-k- omo' tiroe.Baxter adVUes. Hov.-everr'it.ia igeing,to be i..'. ...... . .it.. , 'T ' aone as von posiu.e, dium;" or E. T. Newell, Chattanooga "Treatment of Fractures of the Clavicle." r R. E. L. Smith, Eastern Hospital, Knoxville "Dementia Praaccx." N. C. Ellis, Friendsville "Treat ment of Colles' Fracture." I W. H. Cheney and F. B. Bogart, Chattanooga "A study of Hogdkin's Disease with a Report of a Case with Pel-Epstein Syndrome." E. R, Kemp, , Knoxville -"Therapeutic Vagaries." ' ' . Ceo. Sells, Johnson City "Immu nity." -. ". A. L. Rule, Knoxville "Some Re cent Observations on the Treatment and Diet of Typhoid Fever." T. M. Roberts, Sweetwater-7"Chol-era Infantum." S. H. Rhodes, Knoxville "The Le gion of Honor." H. L. Fancher, Chattanooga "Perforating Ulcers of Stomach and Duodenum." ' C. M. Capps, Knoxville "The Faucial Tonsil from a Surgical Stand point." M. H. Lee, Bearden "Report of Two Rare Cases." B. B. Cates, Knoxville "Vesico Vaginal Fistula." . - Cooper Holtzclaw, Chattanooga "Stomach Trouble." H. E. Christenbery, Knoxville "Focal Infection Above the Collar Button." ; . - .... : :. Robert F. Patterson, ' Knoxville "Talipes Equino-Varus." W N. Lynn," Knoxville "Ration al Treatment for Burns." . J...S. Lyons, Rogeraville "A Few fijnefblogkal Problema." MILBURN SHANKS A wedding of much Greene county friends interest to of the con AUTOISTS STEAL FRUIT (By, International Newt Service.) BOSTON, Sept. 24. Attention has trading parties took place in Battle. tn called to the fact that residents Creek, Mich., Sept. 20th, 4920, when Mies Hazel Shanks became the bride of Rev. -J. Earl Milburn. The Rev. Richard M. Millard, former dean of the Chattanooga school, at Athens, Tenn., officiated. The bride has spent the summer in Battle Creek, Mich., while the groom has been pastor in the Metho dist Church at Keosanqua, la. Chinese and Japanese adults al ways have black hair, but Japanese children sometimes have dark reddish, yellow hair, and Chinese children may have brown hair. A. G. Kern,' Knoxville "Toxic Goiter." C. P. Fox, Sr., Greeneville "A Re port of a Case of a Gunshot Wound of Brain Followed by Brain Ab scess." B. L. Ogle, Kooxvilbs "Operations on Inguinal Hernia, with Special Ref erence to the Use of Local Anaes thesia." J. W. Pearce, Tate "The use it Ergot in Obstetrical Practice." W. S. Ogle, Knoxville, "Poti'e Disease in -Children." W. S. Nash, Knoxville "Tba Mtd ical Profession as a Business." G. Victor Williams, Chattanooga ."Ureteral Stones.", of country towns are suffering from the depredations of autoists in the matter of fruit and vegetable thieve ing. ;.'' These offenses have gone so far that in many instances the Highway Commission has been appealed to. It is understood that the licenses of tn tomobilists convicted of stealing from farmers will be revoked. SHE IS A WISE WOMAN wh orccognizes in the tell-tale symp toms such as backache, headaches,' dragging sensations, nervousness and irritability the true cause and relies on Lydia E. ' Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to restore her to a healthy normal condition. For forty years this root and herb remedy has been pre-eminently successful in control!-, ing the disease! of women. Merit alone could have stood such, a test of time. The one Christian college in Bur man has been renamed Judson Col lege in memory ot Adoniram Jud ;n, the first American Baptist tor eign .missionary, . , ' - One of the most ancient liquors is benedirtine, which is stated to have been obtained aa far back as A. D. 665. i . .5 i : 1 ;l 4 .3 I 1 ) . v. . ' ii h'