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f ! 1 t 1 THE NEWS SCIMITAR W1ETH0DISTS END i t -CONFERENCE AT m ARK I iAssignmeipts Read at Final II Sessibn by Bishop Mou f J 'zon Many Changes Are Made. oeeial to The Newi Scimitar.) W CAMDEN. Ark.. Nov. 22. Bishop JWoufcon, wno presUitd over the Lit tle Rock annual conference of the ."Methodist Eniscopol church. South, In session here this week, closed the : conference Sunday night with the I reading of the appointment of min tsters for the coming, year, wnicn were: i AKKADELPHIA DISTRICT : R. W. McKay, presiding elder; -Arkadelchla station. J. L. Cannon; 3 ''Arkadelphi circuit, J. J. Mallard; -Denton. Vf.C. Hlllard: Carthage clr "rait. M K. Rogers; Cedar Glades 3 rfwuit. t be supplied; Dalark clr f cult, L. T. Rogers; Friendship clr t "cult. C. R. Shelton, supply; Holly : Spring circuit, T. W. Wildams, sup- 2 liply; Hot Springs, Central Avenue, 3 fvr a Mmlr: Oaklawn. C. D. Cade, '4 Park Avenue. T. O. Rorle; li i Third Street. Pery .Vaughn;. Hot 'i Snrings circuit, J. f R. Dlckersonf A STinRdale circuit. Jesse Fpeerrmip- i T-nio rirr.nit. S. W. Bryant; iLm'e circuit, A. G. Caaon; 'Malvern L.tonn Tt T? Moore: Malvern olr- oult R. C. Walsh, supply; Okolona j circuit, T. D. Spruce; Searcy j:ir S.it n i. Seirars. supply; Princeton n r Warlick. supply; Spark r in 'cia -r f Scott, president i Henderson-Brown college, J. m. J-Workman; professor in Emory un I- i.. ti r Phnilo: chaplain state 2ui"i. w. M. plokin; student rn smithern . Methodist university, : Thornburg Workman . T CAMDEN JJieii-i-S U Hoover, presiding elder; At--lanta, J. C. Evans; Bearden. K U. Koebuck; Buena Vista, O. W. War A rea supply; BuWy, Hudson George, t supply; Cabmen, W Williamson; rvviJiMter W. B. Arnold; Eagle r c.1.des"rVr wtm,: El Dorado, t Pu"! i?U; VT tteiido circuit, i-k.n Tfnrdvce. W. K. Kicn- ardsonf Hampton, L. M. Powell; Hut-t-'-tlff C B Powell; Junction City, W. - i;- Tr.;,nrt .T. J. Colson ; rfrJZ iTiSmin; Stephens, J. E. r Cooper; Strong, C. H. Mayo; u.-" I ton J U Leonard; Waldo, J. H. S1""' J-.tt.. o w Hamburg; pro- Tri-State.News In Brief GADSDEN. Ala. A dead man actual ly voted and the vote was counted in ; Blount eountv In the eeneral election on Nov. 2. ,;W, A. Parrish, of Pocahontas precinct,' that county, was III In a Gads den noBpiim prior to me aaie oi m election, aad-eiailed his ballot in due nd regular term to the managers of his precinct It Was deposited and count ed, i-arnsn niea on the morning oi Nov. 2 before the polls wereopened. CHATTANOOGA. Tenn.Two bandits walked Into the Morris bank, In the heart of the city. Saturday night, and while one ot tnem coveren tne secre tary and treasurer with a revolver, his companion ransacked the cash drawer and cash boxes, securing 11,050. The robbers then attempted to lock the bank employes In a vault, but an electric wire prevented tne aoor irom cjpsinfj. jump ing into a waiting automobile the rob bers made good their escape. ;' ... " 1 ' 'IV PADUCAH. Kv. One person suffered slight Injury and four others had nar row escapes wnen a irucK oi me ra- ducah fire department answering an alarm collided with an automobile truck of the Lee Tire company. Henry Fu trell, negro driver of the tire company's service car, was painfully hurt. He will recover. Four firemen .were in , the crash, but escaped without Injury. . PADUCAH. Ky. Judgment for 110. 600 damages Was awarded in McCrack en county circuit court to W. W. Ivey, who is alleged to have been killed by an electrical Charge when he leaned against a city -white way lighting pole here last August. The plaintiff re covers $10,500, less 17,500 which was paid by compromise in the case of the electric company. BALDWYN.- Miss. While felling a tree, which crashed to the ground in an unexpected direction, Jess Mao Velgh was struck by a limb and one leg broken, besides being seriously Injured otherwise. i r the raid, bum been summoned tn connec tion with the cases. - . , KNOXVtT.T.K. ,r TMin. Mai. E. C. Camp, philanthropist.' lawyer, coal oper ator and public official, died here as the result of a complication of diseases. He was a Civil war veteran, and at one time United States district atorney roc East Tennessee and former vice-pres ident of the national rivers ana naroors congress. . MATFIELD, Ky. Obe Dowdy, 3.1, farmer, llvinr one mile north of May- field, and who Is charged with having run away with Mrs. O. C. McNutt, of this place, Aug. 5, has been arrested and is now being held at Kimball, Neb., RRunrdinar to word received here. Dowdy is iinder Indictment In the federal court at Paducah on a charge of violating the Maun act for his alleged escapaae. COMPARES WORLD WAR TO CIVIL WAR WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. Final details of the demobilisation of America's war-time armlet are gWin b- Adjt.-Gen. Harris, in hi annual report to Beecretary Baker. The adjutant-general point out that in the year ending Mo v. is, a total of 1,422,233 officers and men were re turned to civilian life. More than (5.000 more officers and men were discharged from service durinz the first 12 weeka of the re cent demobilisation than were dis charged from the Union army during the entire Civil war demobilization more than twice the total Civil war number were discharged within the first six months and more thaif three times that number were discharged within the first eight ehd one-half months of the recent demobilisation. The comparison is further accentuat ed when It Is considered that the greater part of the world war emer gency army naa to oe iransponou thousands of miles across the ocean prior to Its demobilization. Son Of American Duchess To Wed PARIS. Nov. 22. Announcement is made of the engagement of Count de Castellane, son of Count Bom de Castellane, and Mile. Paternotre, daughter of Jules Paternotre, form erly French ambassador to the United States. The young man's mother is now Duchess Talleyrand, and was formerly Anna Gould, of New Tork city. Four Negroes Held In Big Dug Raid valued at 1100,000 said to have been smuggled from Canada, were seised in a federal raid here. Officers working under orders from Wash ington, arrested four negroes, who are ald to be known to federal au thorities as International traffickers in narcotics. U.S. TRANSPORTS HAVE TROUBLE WITH CREWS (By International News Service.) PORT HURON, Mich., Nov. 22. Two United Slates quartermaster supply transports, the Colonel Pond and the Colonel Clayton, are tied up here awaiting efforts of government officials to adjust difficulties with their crews. Ob the trlD from KiN waukee here nine members of ts crew of the Colonel Clayton are) ai leged to have refused to obey orders. When ordered to leava tha ahlp tha men refused until wages they claim . . . . .u r tt Uan sen, commanding the Colonel Clayton, declares the men are contracted . to take the boats from Milwaukee to New York and have no money due them until their contract ia fulfilled- MONTGOMERY, Ala. The number of Illiterates in Alabama between the ages of 10 and 21 years, at the close of the period elapsing between the taking of the school census of 1918 and-1920, totals 61,163, according to the report of the statistician of the state department of education. , :, - MONTGOMERY, Ala. Trial of 4J al leged night riders, recently arrested In a wholesale raid in Blount, Cullman and Morgan counties, have cen spt for Deo. 6 at Cullman, Ala., according to Infor- mntiin rprA ved hprej and Ktate llrp Marshal W. J. Williams, who directed "JACKSON, Miss. The state depart ment of education of Mississippi will arrange to be well represented sat the educational conference to be held in MemnhlR Dec 1. on the call of Commts Inner P. P. Clinton. It Is understood that many other prominent educators ot th feint a. md never I. if not all. of the college .presidents will be on hand. JACK!N,- Vliss. The litigation over the million-dollar bond issue voted by Hinds county several weeks ago. will tie up- all road improvement work In this county, it . Is feared, until next year. The case was tried before Chan cellor V. J. Strieker, who upheld the va lidity of the bonds, but an apepal was Immediately taken to the supreme court. JACKSON, Miss. Announcement is made here that the sovereign camp Woodmen of the World, will, during UWiuary nerst distribute among the membership of the order $1,250,000. This money Is to be refunded to the members as part of a surplus fund on hand in exoees of the reserve fund required to be kept on hand by law.. Checks for each member's pro rata part of this, dis tribution will be mailed from soverlgrt headquarters during the early part of January. EX-KAISER STATUE IS SOLD FOR SCRAP , . ' -r (By International News Service.) LONDON, Nov. 22. The brone from the statue'-of the ex-kalser, at Metz, which was taken down imme diately after the armistice, has been sold bv the town council of Metz for 76,000 franca. a In reene ; student in BoBton unlyerslty, Ki',r Trur DISTRICT f- .Tames Thomas, prem.? lav irhnnua. presiding .". -.w.it r F. Messer;, pu" -JVUB"" rin,.- Rauxlte, J.T. circuit, vv.x. - Car. Rodgers;iV.. rDesArc. T. t 8le ""t. : WnMand - to Owen, f S""0 Si. V,hrlln circuit, O. C i AibW. W?C.'Davikon Capitol View, Asoury- ". ,j,lrst Churoh, P. C. r i. i --"FTTA 4ham. superintend- leicner, w- ------ iinwav. ent rorrai - v vtiE-h- 1"UL " ,V al- Hunter w. v. R. Henderson i ,i . t flurnrlfi. Rosy Farri Pulaski Height ho:?wMr W, K. can, . wauuiciio v.---. a vKvthe4i supply; O. K-VHUlxiECUltf L. Galloway, sapply. api'. General secretary Boardci-educa, ,oii AnrlcrRon: editor Ar kansas Methodist. A. C. Miller; Sun- nnhi Rhinir house. R. r. isaici , cfcv, v IXxmraril TOSTRICT, W. P. Whaley, pressing elder. Ar-i,-a. fitv. s -C. Dean; Arkansas i ,.,;.; ,am. .T. B. Pickering; ., ti tr Pannon: Dermott, S. ".ur: K,,rB!, r t. ross, eu a t m' rannon: Fountain Hill, ?vnlv: "Hamburg Sta- tion, T. P. Clark; Hamburg circuit, . l li.l Wttrmitae-ft circuit, t. cT xirvuton- I,aka Village, W. 1. iV . TvTnnticelln. S. R. T witty; Monticeilo circuit, W. B. Bngllah, -,.,r,rsi- TvTnntrose circuit, R. A. Mc- nininpV' Mount Pleasant circuit, J. n Tir.oii- ivTr-rsBhee. R. 'P. Musser; New Edinburg circuit, to be supplied. Palestine circuit, to oe bupi.Cu Portland and Parkdale, B- M, Hoi lonA, SnfTfcr circuit. J. C. MCrl' hanejr; Tillar and Winchester, J. W. -Mann- Wimn. .T T. Baker i Watson, H. r! Nabors; Wilmar and Holley, a T Tfmira-: Wilnt. A. C. Rogers. Student In Southern Methodist-tmi- versity, J. D. Fomhy. - PINE BLUFF DISTRICT. J. W. Harrell, presiding elder; AI theimer and Wabbaseka, J. Rfr ers; De Witt, B. A. Few; Gillett. H, E. Vancamp; Grady, A. T. Clanton; tinmnhrav onrl Snnnhine. I. O. Bar- nett; Pine Bluff, Carr Memorial, H. H. Mcuuire; irst cnurtu, . st.al- Wawlev Memorial. L. W. Evans; Lakeside, S. B. Trimble; Pine Bluff circuit, F. R. Canfield; Red fioiH W. IT, Gilbert: Rison. F. C. Tin. E. n. Hanna: Rowell A TC. .Tanoba: Sheridan station, J. 1j. Dedman; Sheridan cidcuitj H. H. Hprrinston. BlflrolV. Star City. W. C Twls: St. Charles. J; W. Nether- .,itf, stntto-nrt S. F. Goddard: Swan Lake. S. W. Rainey"; Sherrill and Tucker, W. W. Christl. PRESCOTT DISTRICT. J. H. Cummins, presiding elder - Amitv and1enwood. B. E. Mullins . Williams; Caddo Gap and RoSpboro, T N. Cade, supply; Center Point, A. W. ; Hamilton; Columbus, S. B. Mann: Delierht. Jesse Galloway; Em met T. S. Crowdcr; Gurdon, W. W, Nelson. J. W. Berry, superintend ents: Hope. Alonzo Monk; Hope Mis sion, J. W. Anderson, supply; Mur freesboro and Japany, J. R. Russing; Mount Ida and Womblc. J. W. Ham ilton: Mineral -Springs. J. B. Sims Nanhville, F. P. Doak; Orchard view. O.. J j. Walker; Prescott. J. A. hage; P'rescott circuit, ' S. s L. Durham Washington and Ozan. L. C. Gatlin Whelen Springs. G. M. Brooks, sup ply; students in Southern Methodist university, w. C. Martin and Paul u, Stephens. TEXARKANA DISTRICT. .1. F. Simmons, presiding elder AshdoWn, Z. D. Lindsay; Bradley and Walnut Hill, to be supplied; College Hill and Garland, B. V. Roebuck; Do- ciridge, J. H. McKelvey ; ' Dlerks, W. F. Campbell; DeGueen, P. A. Parker; Egger, D. T. Rowe, supnly; Fouke, W. A. Steel; Gilram and Hinthrop. C. A. Fuller; Horatio. It. O. Row land; Halflied, J. P. Garret, supply; Lockesmirg, L. J. Ridllng; Lewisvllle, J. W. Rogers; Mena, F. F. Harrell: Paraloma, to be supplied; Richmond and Wilton. J. D. Dunn; Stamps, J. A. Biggs; Springhill, J. W. Fulton; Texarkana. First church, J. D. Ham- mons; Fsirview, F. N. Brewer; Um pire, J. F. Taylor; students in South ern Methodist 'university, R. E. Fawcett, R. . James, W. C... Scott and E. C. Rule; student in Hendrlx college, W. J. Clark. - HICKMAN. Ky The homo of R. I,. Co!lv residing several- miles west of Hickman, together with all furniture. wss destroyed by tire Saturday night. Mr. Cobb heard a disturbance In the in I'kcti house and went to see what the trouble wan, striking a match to see hn way out of the house. He threw tho match down and returned to find the house in flames, having time only to arouse the family. ( BRICK AND STUCCO UN G ALOW EASY dQ AAA EASY TERMS ; tPOjUUU ; - TERMS In Speedway- Terrace, 3 bedrooms, living room, din ing room, breakfast room 'and kitchen. 4 Nice sha.de trees. Concrete walks. A bargain. - COLUMBIA REALTY CO. , LESTER E. MOODY, Mgr. 82 Mfadison Ave. v M, 2414, M. 2413. ;New Time Saving Methods in Business , v 'They, result -from ? -; ; the! purchase of an f T Underwood Bookkeeping Machine It will demonstrate ; how your office can cut down its over- - 1 head. : Underwood Typewritier Co., Inc. 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