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V.t. 6 DUNN. N. a, JAN. *|. 1B20 *
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PRESIDENT NOV TC .
CALL MEETING OF
IJaiied States WiU Tc!u- N-.
V »rt in Mecll.it; BtCt
Of Treaty Statu j
MEET IN KEMv T ^
Retchei Mori* r j;d'»I Sit.K?
S«.*iaior M.N«*»y, LttJer nf V.i.lo
RciorvstMQ Rc.olticani, In Ou
f«r«.ic« With Sr • a lor laitcHft*"’’*
\VM.-h;np^on, D**»*. til* —P«v»i|%*i.!
Wilton has no# Ih n i«’* ItC«J to ( V
iltp ft»-i ot tiu* r um* M of i •
It iiru* nutionu i»f .-r rnlifh ution u.
ih»- in aty of Vtrvn.lltr H»«* l»i.*r»
pitted. Stall r»»-i)l\r:mvot *j«T*m nl-' oM|
Th’r» wm *» *uy.f*-fin* ^.tn». ti,*.. j
ayo that th<- invito* io*i to be er.tepd j
td to h.m, l>dt th< queaiioii wap not!
d* Icmvncd at that tim* Some ad
M in utm t ini. i".l4ir* ■ f. I . K. li. 1 A k i i.'atl lt< I I
ucquictec in the r< '|Ui tl from the it!
In-d powers, but the United Strt»*\*iU
have no part in the meeting of the
tollin' il liy it-O'On of tin- fst I thst tlv
treaty h.i-. not been r.stilted by .it*
. The treaty provide! thin the fbr*i
meeting ot the n. setnbly of the l -vyn*
hall bo railed by the President lull
the assembly is not xpwctrd to meet
,n the Immcdint* future. The four,
oil, however, must assemble wilnln .1
fortnight lifter rutili.-at'Oli is idmsii -l
«-«l at Paris as the carrying out tit
-omi- provieion of thi treaty av.' •->n
truaUd to it.
Peace treaty compromise tula
reach* d a more furme.l stage today
whin Senator McNary, of Oregon, t
lender of the tmlrt reservation Repub
licans, discussed vnriou* romF,',,,nir<
■ llggvetinns with S< natei HiUHsts's,
of Psebraal.a, ihe acting Dcmo iut.i
It was raid that although no agrer
incnl come out of the confers n< (• the
conversation took a hopeful .mu.
Afterwa'd both Smator* iemu.1 c -n
dent that a middle ground could be
found that would insure tul ficat.01.
early in the year.
The reKvrvntion in thi majority pro
1.1am dealing with Section 10, Shant
ung and voting power In the Iwpis
of Nuliona, It wna mid,, wore dn
saw a njmfii 1 of oih -r Si vuoi -. are.
Scuaior bwaiison, of Yiigimu, a Dem
ocrat of ih* Foreign Relation* com
mittee war preaent during a‘port ol
the talk with Senator McN’ary. La
ter Mr. Me Nury co.nfi rreJ with sev
eral on the Repulican side.
YEAR SHOWS GAINS
Nearly Billion In Euen of
1918 Total, Says New
New York, N Y.. Dec. 2!) —In the
colire country the 1 Oil* buitiing pro
ject* will reach $2.600,00(1,000, saya
a New York authority, baaed on K.
W, Dodge Company report4. Thla
included engineering opciation* and
construction of all form*. It i* nearly
a billion doilor* above 1018 total,
which held ih liitrh reran). Current
prejetT* are one-third rwidi-m'.ul. one
third industrial, 15 per cent fur gen
eral huaine*M and 10 per cent for
public works and utilities.
Builders in New York City diotric;
nre rounding out a (55*1,1100,11110 yeat,
more than ono-thirri of the building
being residential. While Manhattan’*
main activity Hoc hern ni business pro
jects, Brooklyn and Qu**o:u arc hurt
ling with home bu liling, and suburb
no oih raiorf. have mil up mall ionise
by the hundred* and vastly improved
v>ii pim iv iruiui’iin -.v* mo uv
iwim available in the Central West,
when.. operator* are running *'nr u.t,;
nil previous volumes. Report? nm
Illinois. fmlliioH. fov/a, W; ico.iirn.
Michigan, Missouri and Ken .a.i ihotv
outlays of y 3 JP.fi iJG.GUO for c’cvrii
months of the ye*r. AU paits cf th.
country score gomle gains over th< ir
old high record*. New England. In
its rush to git al»enst of the rtrirmnd
for homes, has called for outluys of
t£07,*88,00i> luring the year a-tj the
Middle Eafitirn Kction hay a record
of nearly double the best volunn, of
a .v preceding yeor.
IVjee In (lie N •’.» York Industrial
ft-bl .» tentnlively nwured for lO'Jn
by the agreement now ponding he
twt-i r the Budding Traili* Eiauloy
<rr* A uociation end the Hididini?
Trask* Council, the latter repretert
irr 41 unions In New in.lt City a-d
l/mg Wlinil, find 150,000 cmpln-'cs.
N.-eotialloni- h,wv been in prugnnt'
for a year mid tin- iigrecrne-nt is eo"
i ids n d by far the most. important
step ever leken luwnrd amicahb
Working annngi menta between err
jdo’ era ond employee. Strike* arc
inad> improbable during lViiO by thia
i>rreem«pt ami a clauaa is provided
for the coi tinnation of the plan into
The purpose of the m- nsttre I* "to
•>b(«m continuity of employment and
aiiiptorropU'd production" anil it
jirovklcs for a permanent Bonrd of
Arbitration. It would lifts to herald
a new industrial day
MERCHANT called from his
STORE AND MURDERED.
Asheville, Dec. MO.—News received
here tonight from Etowah in Hender
aon county It to the effect that Ahcr
iff Case, with posses, » still nearching
the mountains In an sffort to lueote
the murderers of William Erwin, a
prominent morehant of that piaee
who wna called out from bis store end
i*ern t-'cople Do Th<p
>ktv*!£ Proud ui Entertain
ing Visiting Shrinert ,
c- jld? :or-.c WINS OVER
R/.i.«<gh for mef.tinc
*V4.C'M-ilal r> alt StA'.v Capital in
Spirited Conli’M for bprii-* tn '
i.M'^io*: PuU.'tlal* W. A. iVaeli
/* J OtHc.4* Oter-» of Divau. Kc
t1 i-u J ml B'jtincit
W-w 3c t, Die. 1-At;< nd**d hy1
to e thk* B'**' viVMjh SSrin*r« and
v.i nii'OfiT'-. 11 cm r. li t-Vi-r lit; artiun
th - ■> -jtion o' Sudan
■•c.u U- it.r .A :icl*-■-1 Arabic Order
•V ** <*r '.h-f Sly.tic Shrine,
v'r' •’ • uuffl >uial held in
- t a «•» .1 today is ntvloinu-d by curl)
i ■ oro of the* visitor* av tilt
in i.i. i-u-'oesaf1»1 I hry huve ev.-t par
ticipated in Special trains from
• • ..•:ish. Wilmington Hod Itoi-ky
y.'ttiti* brought ShriitiT* and i-amii
il*‘ r t.'-oil (li.-.i: <•'!.•«» while on cv
•*■•>' o'b.-r train coming i:ltc the city
.• day them acre mores of th* wcar
h of the fee, and all during the day
* hoy have b.,n jn evidence about the
Two butin- as seas ions were held,
■hi fir,* convening at 1(1 o’clock.
l'ulilvk.oi was ncti cted n* the place
i* whit li ill-.- Spring t--r. aonlal *>-»
lion is l«* be- hi Id. RiiL’igh Shrineti.
p-if ui> n herd lioh( f«*i thin .-.■n.*;->n
ami oil for the fact that lioMebaro
•*•>(1 n '-p|n-il nnido on a previous ne
<-;i in- s-i«| o'lowed Wilnon to enter
tain the Sh iners It in believed that
'he Capital City would have l.-tndt-d
tho foctm-oming gathering. The of
fi- vrs. ijui had pci-oidcd during the
final Kim were re-olvCtr-d an fol
low i ;
Y.TIliair. n. French, dlustriou* po
tentate; A. W. William* Smith, chief
vahhan; John A. Andcrao.i, assistant
million; Raymond C. Dunn. high
t'lb-ri ai d piophvt; Jake T. Lwssiter,
oriental guide; Caleb [>. Bradham.
in.-, surer; Joseph I-". Rhem. recorder.
At the (-lore of the morning htu>i
r. r see. -o-> the Shriners were ten
a.'t.il a ft*h fry and bnibrcue tt a
lucal .vBrehon**'. The members of
the hirst< rn Star had charge- of this
oifa:r end it wa* a Complete succeed
ir. -very dotoil and the ladies were
waimly praised for their hospitality,
-’jt'-.-v in the afternoon and this even
ing the Eastern Star nerved a Hutch
-upper at the new home of Sudan on
the river—front ■ and hundreds were
'•kc second and lait buaiuese see
ween *k*s ■**■"■■■ i. s — liflr. * by
.i.n.ci" a id .nur tile Shrinrr?’ ball at
u local wai.-ho.i*< . The- immense ball
:o-»ni had brtn decorated for this oc
':-<ii>n, and when the dancing began
th.r,* warn a larger number of cou
ld-« participating than ever before at
a dance h.-Jd in this city.
The vir-iloi-s declared that they
| * • v j-ntm-nrvly enjoyed their visit to
NT--. ilt-M-.. tiv- hospitality of Iht
,-,opl. er.ii will curry uvvay with them
the m.wt pli-icsunt rccolleclion:- of thi
'the Raleigh del-gallon which wunt
down folly determined to acriirr to.
Spring emonir I for the Capdai
pity stood aside in the interest of
naimi.uy. as Goldsboro felt it was
cnti.'ttii to it on in-count of having
-toed ns<di- foe Wilson on a previous
Two lurdf'cnl end twenty candi
dates traveled over the desert sand
baring Ihc afternoon.
WOOD LIKES HAYS
Weitrm North Carolina G. O.
P. Followers Told That Only
Asheville, Ike. 2#.—Dnn W. Hill,
chairman of the Republican county
cumin ltee her*, made public Sjttirduv
ii litter ho received from (ieorgp
IJ nry Pavuc. commimioi.cr of laxc;
in Krw York city, in which the latter
refute* the statement circulated come
liuie ago tbitt General Leonard Wood
ix upvalu'd to Hill H. Hay*, as na
i"ir!il chilli mail. The li*tlur to Mr
H'll follows- In part:
"You can mun emphatically deny
thn! Mi. King or any friend of Gcncr
!'l Wood ha., any intention or thought
of beinir disloyal to Chairman Hays,
when ! <u»y that Mr. Hays ha* no
g; enter admirer it: this country thar.
General Lcnrr.rd Wood himself."
I lie Republicans are planning to
ri nrginis.* their county committee
Inrc early next spring, and it Is
krtrwii that Mr. Mill will be a candid
ain for ri election ns chairman, ai
. Iio«isil- noiue opposition ia expected
In iliwcltf.. from present indication,*
L. I. Jri-knix, president of the Amer
<:»« National Bank, has the Inside
Leek for this Republican conaresvdnn
u! uom'iinlfan at cha convontlnn tt>
p.i M-.d on February 7.
»! •.•publican* of western count!*™
w,ll attend the Statu executive com
m'Uec melting id Grr'.nifboi'o on
January 8, and will leeil their sup
port to Crtctieboco for till* State eon
V, ^on, Ibcrv ia much talk of In*
s.riutlng l.hi North Carolina delegate*
tt> the national convention to voting
for Judge J, C Prichard of Aahevill*
for presidential nominee,
•In H»c D mix'nit it- camp thing* are
rather quiet, although some of the
congressional aspirants are not idle.
It ia gsncmlly understood that Zebu
Ion Weaver will bo a candidate to
succeed him jelf. J. Scroop Styles
|ls busy building fences and only ro
• cuntly vigorously denied a report that
; he had withdrawn,
i The William McAdoo club, organis
1 »d here in December, I Sill, lo to be
actively ruvivrd during the early part
of January, record In*.* t< the an
nornet-meat of J. G. Stikeleathcr,
president of the organisation. * .
FOR MY WORLD
Its Origin, History and Purpose
Outlined: The Work
Soon after the armistice warn aigu
il about twelve month* ago, when,
v/ith many prohibitionists, it was a
lourliMimi that national pro
hibition would come, friends of temp
i i.-uu-c hegsr in theoiixr about what
Anti Saloon Loague would do
ii' xt. Ur'nilc men on this aide were
thrnilaiiig, cries were coming from
other nations asking for help. Fol
lo'.eing tlu-rc suggestions the Antl
l.vugue culled a conference at Colum
bus, Oho, which met Novrmber 21,
iPih, the same day that the President
* gnad the ‘'war-time1* prohibition
measure. At this gathering were iwp
iitK iiutivci of temperance* organisa
tions from at least, thirty nations,
and these didcgu;?*, with or.e accord,
made the-ir appeals to ths Antl-Saioon
league to "ceme over und help"
them. Theac appeals were »o em
phatic that every "doubting Thomas"
wo* convinced snd the confarunce
went. on record unanimously a* tavor
ii.g the enlargement of the work of
li.ij Anti-Saloon l-caguv for world pro
In June, 1919. at the Anti-Saloon
League convention in Washington
there came together again delegate*
many nation*. At least fifty
*ii the.e addressed the convention,
come, however, in broken English and
, vm several joint session* these dele
e.i.tvi* formulated the "World L*s
j-,io Against Alcoholism." composed
„l twelve nation*. Dolegates from
the other nation* fully approved of
this otemulation, but were not au
thorized to commit the tempo ranee or
ganisations of their nations. The
wo.UI is looking to the Anti-Saloon
League to leart in solving this world
problem. Since last June the calls
hove been many and urgent and the
field* are while unto the harvest This
‘Macedonian Call" 1* s command from
the Master to go.
The other nation*, carved by rum,
want to know America't. etoiy, bow
the Anti-Saloon League .acceded in
lining up the captains of industry
and the mc-n of medien! . eicnee with
the leaders of education and the
Church of God for the ovoi throw of 1
the legalised liquor trallic They want
the data, statistic* and information
,;f how prohibition has worked or
the results of prohibit on, and it is
the purpose of the An.i-Saloon Lea
gue to answer these quextionn. Th«
invitation I* urgent and pressing
How ran they hear without a speak
er. and how can be speak unless he
f ,w • 1
Therefore, the need of laigr rontri
btitiona and much fund* nt thi* tune.
It is a fact that the church hue seen
the vision and answered with the Cen
tenary Drive, the Yfi Million Csm- ]
paign, and other contributions. It
Is nlan a fact that the liqeor traffic,
driven out of America, ia now seek
ing a location In other cation*. It
;* colonizing in Mexico. The German
brewer* who formerl. curved our
land with their brew.riiw arc now
moving them to Japrn, China and.
other land*. What will be tha effectj
of thi* on the work of the missionary,
tho mission school, sud tho mission
horpilul? To protect these interests
the Chnutisn Patriot in America it,
aiding lho World Prohibition Move
ment. Protection appeal* to every
Already the Anti Saloon League
has -i-von men working in other na
tion*. among them Mexico, Japan,
England, France and 8w»dcn, and
these have proven this work will be a
roarer Iona success.
The purpose of the present -cam
pnign is to raise fund* that literature
v, ith statistics and information may
bo printed in the various languages
of those countries and others, that
(he people may read the fact* in their
mother tongue. Money is needed In
order that witnesses may be sent over
to tell the story of the marvelous rc
Miltr «f prohibition here and refute
the falsehoods that th* liquor advo
cates are sure to carry. Money is
needed to five assistance to tom per
sud- organisations in these land*.
Since the recent war. the American
flag float* above all others. Tho eye*
cf the world arc tumod to America;
th’.i enra of the world are open to re
ruiva her advice and God U preparing
the way for America to lead the world
to a higher and better civilisation.
Along with thi* responsibility God
has given to America the ability to
m, e( it. No other nation i**ao wealthy.
Tkc a'seu of America are three time*
thos'., of England today. In fact.
iuwtt* co-jiu miy e.nginna, w ranee,
Italy, Spain—and Germany, too. If
rbc would havo it, Twenty-five mil
lion* for world prohibition from thl«
unt'on, 9700,000 of thin from North
Carolina. How small it eeema when
wo consider that thie State recently
received more than 9900,000 Inherit
itncc tax from the citato of one eWI
x«u, (hat the State rercntly sold one
farm for nearly thi* much money, and
that ciuny oilmen* In the State are
v*'o? th three o' four time* this •
mount. Surely evary man and woman
who love* the cause of righteousness
and want* to help carry the biasings
of prohibition to the end* of the
'arth will b< delighted to da his pvt
to make up thi* fund.
1 have not mentioned law.enforce
ment. but for twenty-seven year* it
ha* been a cardinal doctrine of the
Anti-Saloon League, from Ita very
Inception it ha* contended that temp
rrance reform nuit bo brought about
by agitation, legislation and law en
focuincnL The reballiou* nature of
tV liquor traffic *u proyen several
year*, ago aa the Anti-Saloon League
bdd It up fur violation of the ro
rtrlctive law*, 8unday mica, tale* to
minor*, etc., and with added emphasis
today the organisation stands .olldly
for the law enforcement code and for
executive officer* doing their sworn
duty. Half of all funds contributed
in this campaign win b* used for law
enforcement and the other half win
be used to carry the gospel of prolb-1
bit ion to the other nation* now call
ing for It Win you da your part
DEAD BECAUSE OF
Death Liat ia Massachusetts
and Connecticut Orar 70—
Mark Eafty ]■ Night
DOZEN OR MORE BARRELS
OF STUFF DISTRIBUTED
New York Deteetfvee Seeking To Lo
cal* Makar af *Wk«W' Manu
factured ft*o Waod Aleak at and
Prediet Anaa| Will ka Mada Soon;
Four Dio la I (Wage
New York, .Oae. 27.—Seventy
ilght person* have died during the
ie»t forty-eight hour* and accrue of
•the;-* are suffering from paralyais
and bl'ndncse, doe to drinking wood
alcohol "whlekey," according to r»
ports received /oaJjrht from seven
•astern cities and Chk»Ko
the toll of putaanou* liquor is the
bfghml in Ncw.Baglaod. where sixty
deaths and six reported in Nnw York
Chicopee. Falk,' ’Meat., and ona at
9pringfletd, Maas., are incladed in this
In connection qgtfc the New England
Iraths and ilva reported in New York
City, police, laftaffaal ravanue officers
ar.d spent* of U|f Department of Jus
lice, arc surklughAdoiph Paranrii, im
porter and r« vion merchant w*
this city, who, >y assort, sold 12
barrels of | liquor. Th«
oolice charge “whiskey'' wai
concocted in ill** store in
In Chicopee, ,, thirty-four men
and two worn la Springfield
three men and woman; llolyoke
ix men and in eafield. Mass, one
man. In Hartfj Conn., IS persons
diet ef the pa!
Chicago r* four death* from
Ihe drinking i beverages,
Two deaths announced at
Neerark, N lice.
Three d eland. Oh o
thi* week hi total there lc
14 for thg
Anybody. Ad] .. Solicitor Foils lo
Cot Logo) Assistance.
By IRVING CHEEK.
News and Observer.
Looiaburg, Dec. 3n.—Invading lhi
domain of Franklin county territory
For the second time in nn effort to
learn the Identify of the men who
lynched Powell Green, slayer of R
H Brown, at Pranklinton last Satur
day night. Solicitor Herbert K. Nor
ris today secured the Aral real clrc
with which he expects to implicate
member* of the tnob that figured lr
As a result of the resumption of lh<
coroner’s inquest yesterday It devel
oped that William Haynsworth, a
New Yorker, who had been linger
ing in Franklinton several day* la now
wanted by the officials. A search for
the stranger eras Immediately ordered
by Rolicitor Norris for his appearance
before the eoroner’s jury. Thn!
Haynsworth was active in securing
Ibo rope used by the mob after U*
negro's dead body was cut from the
Irre and, it is believed can give won
Information ea what took place or
the road to Raleigh than has yet beer
divulged was brought to light In the
•semination of witnesses
Haynsworth Nos Located.
Besides being Identified ms the man
who seised the hope and placed it In
his autesnobllu, Haymworth was con
net led with Green's garage in Frank
Union, located near the mayor's of
fice where Chief Winston and his de
ratios made the start to Raleigh.
vidence alto dInclosed that the lynch
ing rope was a tow line used general
ly br garage* In pulling disabled au
tos fnto the shap for repairs. Inves
tigation by SoKeitor Norris rsvsalsd
a new tow line In Qrven's garage.
’ Haynsworth was not to be found
today, although Solicitor Norris mads
an evert to get In touch with the New
Yorker. Information was to the ef
fert that the man had not beau seer
since Sunday Re has an automobili
now parked In Green’s garage.
When the Sequent was resumed thii
morning Rolicitor Norris did net havi
me Help promised by Governor Blc
Wett. Messrs. Malone and Yarbor
®*gh, wbas the Governor requested tc
assist la the Investigation, ware una
We to take part la the proceeding*
After accepting the appointment Mr
Malone declined to serve as asHstan'
boeauae af illnoaa In kla family. H<
w«» released from hie prtrvicvu* agree
went Mr. Yarboreogh wo* unabli
to attond the hearing bocauao of bu
flneia In Raleigh, bat Solicitor Nor Hi
announced at the end of the heaHw
future Investigation would be con
ducted by Mr Yarbo rush The Louis
bniw attorney la to rail the Jury to
fMher again f*r the sext hearing af
ter he has had time to gather add!
tie sal evidence. .
Only shout onq person In ten *nv<,
according to mvfaga banka report.
SANE BY DOCTORS
Com Through Test Until Wife
Is Mentioned Then He
Breaks Down end Weepa
Kaleigh, Dec. 81.—Churchill L.
Godley, whose electrocution is act tor
January IA pending thorough ti-siiru.
of hie sanity, will not be able to
cacapc the chair on that account. He
made a good score under the exhau*
tive examination of Dr. Louis B. Dae.,
Godley appears almost as willing
to bo executed as to be called insane,
albeit, his letters to the governor arc
Lite best evidence that anytsody has
been able t<> produce in hia behalf.
Testimony from Dr. Ira M. Hardy,
flrat superintendent of the school for
the feeble-minded, made Godley o
low-grado of moron, moral pervert
added to child-mind.
Dr. Bisch has been down to teal
him and Godley stood up in the ex
amination. One of the»o features In
the stop-watch trial as many laymen
call it, in which the alienist names
war object and the patient tts.-to
date* instantly with it some idea.
When Dr. Bisch would say "bird,"
Godley would immediately think of a
tree. Dr. Biach would say “flower1
and Godloy, "pretty;" the alienist
would eail rapidly and Godley was
It is one of the objects of these
exparimi-nlnl ions to connect the
crime and the criminal, the layman
would gucm; but when Dr. Bisch
sought to suggest the plight of the
prisoner by bringing him to contem
plation of crime or penalty. Coilley
did not catch it. The alienist said
"chair” and Godley replied "man.”
In another sentence “electricity” and
to Godley it suggested "a menus for
making light.” The doctor called out
lb 11 f if utvi-IIiwJ h a Miinrasirf inn I a.
Godlcy of his wrong against th< 9
>• car-old ciuld, and Godlcy a.tswcrnl
“boy." Anti when the order was re
varsed Gediey thought of “girl.”
The fellow showed no more *mo
;*•*•*•»'* •* P»g until tha alianist said
wife. ’ The prisoner waa allant.
Agaiu the trial and again the failure.
When prcried for an answer he aaid:
'1 can't." He broke down and wept
as a child himself.
Tha defense which did not repre
nant the ji. Loner on the trial will
pres.* what it regards strong evidence
of innocence i> to the capital char
acter of the crime. The prisoner is
not making a good moron, even. His
Worthless record fa aaaluat him.
There are charges that he had at
tempted the same crime agaiust other
children. • _
*ho happen to have been the most
important have joined in the request
• or coi.iruatution. Judge John H
Hetr who tried the case urges it; cv
w*y juror joins in and writes his own
reasons. And Governor Btekett is
having about as disagreeable duty to
perform as any executive ever ha.
had. The foaling in Johnston is
Highly anti-Godley. Which prubablv
Account, for the delay in the request
of judge and jury fur clemency.
■Made down Uier«r it mitfit rioi havo
bellied Uie situation.
FIRST OF CUBAN SUGAR
WILL BRING 20 CENTS
A«*rUc« ShipanamU Sur* To Be
That High But Main Crop
May Sell For Lass
New York, Dec. 29.—The public
probably will have to pay 20 cents a
pound for the advance crop of 9,000,
•)00 pounds of Cuban sugar now bu.
mg delivered and ditribulrd here,
according to a statement today by
Hood Administrator William,
“This is due to the fact that dealer*
here siro repaired to pay a higher
price to the Caban producer* for the
crop whiich is in advance of the re
gular output,” said Mr. tVjlliam*.
“We cannot control the prices charg
ed by CubanR."
After one ether shipment next
month it is rxpectcd that tun regular
1920 crop of Cuban augur will com
mence coming into tha United 8tale«,
and with the delivery of the regular
crop, Mr. Williams said, he and hi*
aides would try to keep the price
flown to 14 nr 1 *i amnia a n/vai.</l
SIR WILLIAM OSLER IS
DEAD AT OXFORD, ENG.
PhjraicUn 111 Several Weeks—
At Johns Hopkins From
1M0 Until 1904
Oxford, England, Doc. 28.—Mr
William OsIst, noted physician, who
ha* born ill for several week,. died
here this evening.
(Although Sir William Osier was
known to bo seriously ill at bis Home
in Oxford, whore ho ho* boon rogiui
prof<*eor of medicine since 1904, re
cent advice* had given hope for hi*
recovery. Sir William, who imrsnl hit
70th birthday last July, as* stricken
with pneumonia ki November. Uu;
about Die middle of that month a*,
reported convalescent. A f.-riniphi
ago. howaver, reports ri-achn- thii
country that h.i had taken a turn foi
the worse Cabled advice, .iioru
afterward announced that hi* cvnilf
tio*_wa* somewhat improved, wli'.b
on Christmas day a roe mag* ft\.ir
him was received at the Johns Hop
kins hospital (n Baltimore, la which
the famous physician extended Chriri
me* greoting* to all hi* old frirudi
and aanounced that he waa "makin«
n good flght'’ sftar an ompyemi
epi-ration. Dr. Oder was urufi-j-toi
nf medicine at John* Hopkins ui.i
vorslty from 1880 to 1804. He wa.
born In Canada In 1848.1
»SK KAISER’S EXTRADITION
ON ROTIFICATION OF FEAC1
, Paris. Doc. 88.—KxtradHon of fer
, •*»«■ Emperor William of Oi-rman:
will bf- demanded from Holland a
»oon o* the treaty of peace becomri
effective areording to a decision reach
, t<d by ihe Rriti'h and French ynveru
montn, nays the Echo de Pnrl«.
COTTON DRIvE WILL
CONTINUE IN 1926
1 birty Thouacnd i'oop!« Al
ready Cunvtticd in Cam
paign in Slate
I Will Work Cat 1’ lane fu No-./ Vmi,
Select Secretary and Tiuturtr.
Who W.II be CaaeliVr OfTiiari u;
OrgauUntlob an.! Kjtl) Odegtis:
to Mrtiuuel Ctmartion.
The laltr/ Inottllie of IClr ».<
umwd tin utuuninttu'i uT hal
•livucattii- bcit.iv veil! be the Cleans
I cl re.«ilviUo .:»i;«K tl.e tili*rL,-l..;g utu.
: Dandling tti tbe buurV culiun crop,
I for the aunt n.i<l ooJe.U- ul t’l/ /tint,*
I kail Col Ion Awa -inti®!! arc t.c.
moldy tie vC.abliriirtn'ct pi n Sa.t
price (nr cotton, but to put the pm
tluiUols ot ibu great clop on a at-Uiiti
c-ci>iiom,r brut*.. The Atmrn-jiu t«t
lon Arrociatiou, a* an all Souther.!
organization, in about a year old. 1 n.
Nona Carolina Association hi m ,
olitl a: a oaic of the nut onai organ-1
ixallwu sincr Utx-c.iiht. It.
>• heu tho State curiw.it»or. lv'ia.u
tile permanent org.iiiizn.ion.
bir.ee the work of nrgu u)..n,; tbe
Slate war xuirti d litM moilUiit ago
it large number of tbe cotton cuui.
ti.ia linvi bear i-aavaesco and county
u* »cll us iovirtzhlp oiv-ruizatiolii* **•
cawr.iincii. ■ ne iiuin.'ii-uiv \,u,a v,
the pvrm* vest l>vy..i;iaiUiir i, •jn/cr]
:lw kuieesh,}) cl i're*iilent L. &.'
iivinilnkn of IVtjtvti, v.\*l| !»'r vo mut<
ill ml/ enli-enclt took- o.-£*ntiJu'i-,v. iu
iho.-e ilUiicti where the nuileUi hu*
been fomnd, and t*» it up nrpir.lu
iionk and kecjre noembe,* in thv fits
cotton manlier a-liii'li **r. not
.i wrhiil in Lh. p.*Luilitgj> tr -lj|>* £1)
Duriiu' the campaign it n cumstat!
Ihai 30.OOU people w.-vo cab',aevtl.
end a largo ir.« m ji-nti-ii »•« ujiuioii
All county uiganucctjoin. reprc*.vl.'d
at the Stave tni-t-iing p'vadid /or ni-.tv
time in which to work, aiwoitmg tliiw
it was imiMiokiblfi to ri i the poupk in
the rural diatrieta during the tit.> v
month* Un~ campaign wo* on.
Will C*U Moctiog.
Eaily in the new yeat Pruridvat
Tumlinoon will coli a meeting oi in.
executive committee of the uacucui
tian for ih<- parpen- of working out
the plane for Lite rtuning year, tbit
committee is charged wvtn tin- Cl
tion of a roerotaiy trooktiri i, who
will bo tlu.- executive ulii-u of Utv
organisation. The committal wili
oLo name the delegate* to the n*
tic.nol cuuvcp.uon in wiiiib North
lirid Bictii.r uf thi- coranrttee will In
ull probability make pinks far *•
gveieivvly' pushing the campaign ti:
the cotton counties until the mem
hi ruhip more nearly approach** Uw
•I not* *et for North Carolina.
WHITE WOMAN AND SOMMER
KILLED IN A RACE KtJCUS
IwiUstvilH-, kj-., Dec. 10.—A -white
.roman *p .hot Oi.d kill d anil a
wliilu soldier * or probably fatally
wounded In a fight b.'tween negro**
and soldiers on a street car near Camp
Zachary laylor tonight.
COAL OPERATORS WILL NOT
ASSUME OVER 14 Ye.R CENT.
Chicago. Doc. 30.—Coal operator*
from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and west*
o*ii P'-inneylv:,nin. at a conference to
day, declared that they vreulu snmmu
no Increase in miner*' wage* above the
14 per cent granted in the strike set
I vu a mm n n i ir/i ir i
vaiuelj jftio nt
IS NOT CANDIDATE
Secretary of Navy Authcvi.et
UcnUI That lit It Running
tSy It. E. low.-H, ir. X< v. tni
\V#,hiiiyu>n, Dec. 31—Secretary of
the Navy Joaephuv Danin* i. not ami
will not be a candiJutc for the Dem
ocratic nomination for the l i». it.-n
cy of the United Staio. to be made
l>y the Drrr.oerat* when they hold
their convention next Jane.
Mr. Dai.ii N authorized Lhb zn-.tr
me-nt today when Inform*:1. that i*»o
lice F. Lyoi.-t. cotn,mun. mancpi-i of
‘‘omerene for Proziilent noixiiito.
hail izaued u statement teiying that
Senator Feme rent- vudd uj.iiic hu
cooled, fo.* in/tructi <1 il.'.p.ilc in
those SLite* in vhich "i'ih or.’.c huh*'
ara Ayrcti d to t> ■ in tiie l unmr.z.
North Ciifoiiim i» in lha i>*t «if ciirht
and lha I’omvrem conraritlec my/
“word hu4 been received” that Sac
retnry Daniel:; would be the Tar Heel
The Lynn* *tjtcm«nt, «vr.l to
',r.-uhi'u.on coir .-pondenU from
< ovuc-tun, If)., .»./>• •
1 "infuanlioii war given out today
! t>y Unurlc. i.-on*. national r.m
t)a'Vn m*r.i.io-: of I he i’ann r»n, /ui
llt'ldi nt cun »it tit, rhnt eiioah! Sen
ut .r Potavieoc ani.iHS.ive in ; r» oil
duty th *ri woalil be no routed ir
I • ho State* of Or. iron, t.ilclahotmi, Kv
ludm. Alabrnt.i. West Virxioi.i
Fcanrylvanla. .4 i/ecurl und Norik
Carolina, fn m which wori’ *to.- k-.-jr
vi.-.-iveil !h.-it Svnaiom Chuaiberln n
Ov/cn. Itit'.heoeW, ITnil/rwoed, Am
bja«od. r Duvi-, Attorney Gi-iii.J
Fa'nu i . Speaker Clark und 8 .*eaotuc;i
Of the Kucy Daniel/ would be ”iV
“'lac ytnid rote/ of laclnu vrouli
1 be iis..il by thi* committee and tin
courier,- duo three potential eandi
date/ would be extended."
In pur.-iair, V». Lyon* predicta t).»
! lif Senator iSm.-fi-Ri ’a intro uo*« be
■ for# the convention hi will have hi
• voti-e on the rtr- to tenth ballot a
I .1 - |
Smith-—“I av atocka t/iok a drop.
Joan*—"Took n drop? I rhaut
•my th«y took the whole bottle."—
New Yoi k Odd Lot Review.
; BEGINS US WORK
I Jailiil MmIioi of Pruidowt
V/iito i’* Cununiuion To
r* LADQUaRTERS IN
CZt AJiTMENT OF LABOR
' ■"C-T Strike Su'tl.-munt Plea Agreed
To By Idiasr# Body Has Power Te
*:,a V’agvi end Workiei Conditiens
Pire.or Cc c.rtl Hiaee Reaetu
tact of Restriction*.
'..'r.ur. iftfion. Pee. 2a.—Prtliia'aary
•s'..a' iftm. it.- fv: the i.iv.ttiyation of
• -Re aun urU-i .t fn ibe bituminous
• -ui *n«.iry, k. picvidvd in the coal
‘ - .tiiMuist. w. *« made at ih»
in.iu.i mvsting tolar of the commie*
•ou «.t' latvt- appointed by Provident
TIk number, of the rommieeion—
Henry Id. Robinson, of Pasadena, C-d',
nwsijf tfit public Rembrandt
. f»,y the ofn rr.tora, and John P.
* . M/t * f»« lltl*' or.—established
ra.-j.iv.r.a.-. 1 • h-kt-iuartar* in the
!».’-ittmi-r.t Labor building and
■ u ui'.d.tTio-jd te hevc discus tod
• »i.U»r of oryaainUioit.
F. nwti Last RnfriclieM.
tV leal.- ui«,nwliio wsr preparing to
'•.i* . up tbr i|ic -lions o i the strike,
t'ii. toi C-r-rttl »i Railroad Hines,
.• ho i:o. I:«T. chary-' of coal ration
iif Rt. «i ;t< a. i uf rtu- metric
iV pul hv*> v!f«cl daring the strike
- — ;/I V I'.MUUg %A|iVtMUWU «« MV
uminottf cop’ % .«■ Ii'.rector Cuncral
ut-t'd cii o.-dcr ui.der which the over
lO-ar movement* of coal up to an a
il lyrit c.iKtl to fifty par cent of the
,:inntHy exposed in October may be
..input! f "'.nt the ports in Baltimore
stiu Newport Sews. SimiW arrange
iat-»»lr r.ri1 to bo placed In affect at
•Yt yosts o. mm.ii gf the necessary
ufcrl. ten be werkvd put. Dumping
-t coal at ports will be regulated,
fctwevt'f, lhit.uj.-h railroad embargoes
it. tide-water concignud coal.
The relaxation of restriction*
.igainst exportation eras possible, llr.
I lines rod. tbtJuh steadily inerae*
■ I prcductior. u-kullinr from tba re
turn ot thv miners to tbeir jobs. The
.ituasion in the Eastern fields was
HercribrJ as especially good.
('ewer* of Ce-.imi»»ioa.
Under the strike « Ulcnx-at plan
agreed to by the miner* and In whleh
it is »«pi«-tc*l llul the operators sefll
luu-uciiitUe in *,>'.tc of objection*
iiniule to it by the operators' asaocia
co.'itlit'-onc tn the mine* and prices of ~ '
rcr.l to the public, if its decision is
••■•-onimauc. The return of the miners
.0 work ha - been with tb«’ understand
i.iif the comraiivklon is to have fail
[HWd; to adjuri scale* further, if it
rind? further incetase justified.
Mrt. Buclrner Thanks People
of Dunn for Gifts Sent
VliiuiKt to the people of Dunu vrtio
aided i.i financing the project to Car
ry a bn of Chrirtmas cheer to the
roidii rs quartered in the Otccn Has
pits.* xl Asheville j.« expressed in the
in)(ii..*ifi|r letter addressed to The Dis
..r.t.b iiy Mr... X. n-.’pkr.cT. general
I m . *• '.•! v • liv Bu recn-Philathea
| V lli.' ’h ''"hen agency the
pi'-, cut v. e lisltnbuted to the
1... nek oidien at the greet U.
• .’>-!• u;y llo-.y.iu: at Ot.en. six miles
• • if A-shi-v :H. were given a woii
.itytkl Cbriilma.' through the gmer
' **• X •>! "Il - people of North Caro
' ni>. iiii liic tv '-be vt ncuw church**,
1X*0 Ciw ehuptcrj, Canteen workers
' •;* IVup’.tV yetfetle*. women’s
elvVr. Jin.uca-Fhilathvn Sunday
?• it cl.w»£, and ether org»nix*d
rlc i •> and -.dividual*.
“*<•' «r jjicii truck loads of gifts
r.-qiwit i >•«■»? luncvivabk nature,
. .nc'vu ni' nut', .ond'-t *. fruits, toy*,
! <taiio»»ry. •••c<J!<tn !•#•««*«, cape,
Ldov. v ski colt*, victro.n records,
h 'M'»r >:>< -iU;;' rc&ors, and other
i*JV."j* r rj. -'ii- 'Hn' <>ch North Car*
|ski:st t’Otr.ci'Jliiiiliwj 1 nadquartar*
I'. A >.ci.!l am: Hetrlbjtrd by Uia
; »f.r.c,-al Otccn Fyd Cr.v- Committee.
|.. ' l.v Si automobile loads of
• V • V-* Kit lati' * at»«s rnsrby place*.
‘•he good people of Our.n hsv*
ih- «4:.»’<fr :hi>nt* of lit* boy* at
Orrcir, ;h<- <"tk n*r**.<, and every of*
‘ fir: r lot tin dt-nationr st-m from
limit! wit it h went ro mnke up a very
nappy Orktmor for all at Otosn.
*'lf lh' people of bunt) multi reek
>*j tl-? Jay. cbc-iT. c!,.l inversion
v h'sb girit of ih> kttwl bring Into
il>- ward* whirv thiy rpti.A long day*
lith' hour- ard often l .me* dee pi tea
Otki, lit y would ftrl wt II repaid
the >1.1'.sti.vti t r.-rt »Oil enntmaa
to Pend vnnour r.mt-mbram.-ra for
■ mui d -;r b ji oi, to the boya who
1 > it<l .<wh set- of k.mlneav and they
1 nil need them.
| "As f!r>n.";»! fo-i.-vtary of the
' Vr.-th Carolina o-Phllathaa
Union I W'th to express my ti»«|if
tr.d «!••«* tpp: nation for the flat
- •■-Jfnrat.t. which has anada this
• Oltelms* for the boys peart
- rid ufm 'lie dUfcrmeas betsroen
mint rt snd operators are tetttad It
I will all seem no trftnpi* that ao one
! will b< abk to avdr r*t»nd why tt M
I qulr rl so much timo.—WertMftM
1 | f w ■■ —s—we—aaw—
> la the dag. I
] » Four gills on* pint; two plata ana
1 quart; four quarts on# gnlioa; oao ’•
^ quafrel; one quarrai two
I fttfhte four p^HrrjnMl; four policMint
iT«»a*>l<>tlt oaf> month.—Law daw