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LZZUED VTXIII s"v 1107;: ' " - . -; HC3 A YEAR IN AJDVAKC3 ?
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EIIATE DEMOCRATS ; -
PERPLEXED OVER VOTING
(By David F. St Clair) . ' I
i a v : -v : I
aahington March v7 The ;s Four and Paid For"vand la" well remember
Power treaty was negotiated on the ed in the town. pvThe . Mount QUve
nart of the United States loixne ow
purposes ox emiiiuovimi . ww .
Japanese treaty. The latter treaty
was considered by Washinirton as a di-
SaUed StateV mid JapaiWs But Ve
Four PoW treaty substitutes to re
f. lvT.i-. : a looked; nbon
by aH but aboSt a haU a dozen Demo- clusiw of . hir interpretat on of
crats to the Senate as : the s m6re"Tum to lhe Right,- he was gwett a
dangertfus of i the s two' treaties, Jn-,l -ovation, the applause coming in
deed the Four Power pact is consider- such waves that for several minutes
rdWrotos that if it stood ; alone hf : was unable to address to the au-
fore the warThese ?Moim i
. . t .v .nrttiitn
toe treltrwould stop Japan from foween in ite enjoyment, anil generous
iifyin? these islands it also would J Mto co iataon. So real to the
. . . . u. j oi.t .Am. nearers were the cnarjurhorn . ami
1 SrJrAwT fortification would
command the Phllipines.. It.may.be
rtt jiran will nevet be tempted to
hesitated to violate a treaty when it
suited her interests to: do so. Under
the ptovisions of the treaty the tJiUt
Stotes cannot protect tha PhiUpines
could capture these islands within 48
from these islands. .,.:U:;,, ,
In other1 words the United States is
regarded more, at the ftiercy of Japan
in the , Fdur Poweif treaty than in the
Ano-lnJAnanesa treats. s'lt ' iB -like
swapping the devil for a witch.5 It. is enza. Jlrs. Cranford was the daughter
of course observed that Great Britain of the late . L Shetts. 'Mr.' Sheets was
is a party to this Font Power .: treaty killed by lightning several years ago
but it i asked, in- the -Senate, lwouW Mrs. Ctanford was m
we not be just as powerless - in a de- Christain woman; She Was a member
fense betweeit japan land the United of the church at ,Nw Hope. It may
States under the ne-r treaty as under truly be said -of her thaix she- went
, AnglHjapane9e treaty r,:ao :'t7yliMut-do?n'gf gW.-iii;'er community
feared. -1 . t ?,. . J she will be greatly-mtssedi but more
t There is certain irt 4he neaifiatnre thatfjifl inv htm family. She -was an
1, to be inaugurated between the two ideal mother and. wife.- Deceased was
countries rfiercerivalryar the t&WjSmt, by
of the East; ;:Japan ,: is intensely hef-husbandVtwa sonaflSwo dauglw
jealous of her position 'and What she ters, also- by a brethen Mr. Columbus
, holds to be her interests in the Pa- Sheets,'ofc Florida.;-The funeral ser
dnc. She is destined within-the jiextj vice was aoaducted " at New ; Hope
iweniy. yean ,jw ecomo. wwy.lu4rr.wplcn flujnai xoiiowed
wealthy and powerful trading nation, -; r - i.. ; ..,-'- ;
Her public men and press now con
sider the Four Power treaty Js per
haps the greatest diplomatic achieve
ment hi the Empires .iistory. r( In it
they see their country, beyond doubt
become the dominant "power in (the
Pacific -t-A- ; , X.yM :
And furthermore the treaty Ivlev-
A Kv man Etna ; IVimivnta 1
nothing more nor less than an alliance
invoivmg" me- vniiea bhwbb ia uy.
difficulty Japan may r provoke with
Russia or . some other country out
side of the alliance. " It isv believed
that no Senate reservation ahort 'of,
repudiating the whole treaty could re
lease the United- States from 'the
moral obligation of such - an alliance.
They view the treaty from this angle
. as sort of balance ox power arrange
; ' . racnt in the Pacific and they see to it
. ne sten or promise to an association
'., r or leaarue of nations but , this latter!
j- cotisideratioh is , now of minor impor-
tance. They fear, the .'alliance will
; - - J. tempt Russia and Germany when they
.r-. . are in position to form a counter al
':.:' liance, . - . - .: ' v'
ft But if the treaty is rejected ,what
- - effect would that have on the fate of
. - the other treaties and moreover what
' ' effect would it have upon Japan, and
"; the world in general? - These ques
, tions are now bothering both Senator
A . Simmons and Overman. . They are op-
. v nosed to the ratification of the treaty
. - ' but on the other hand thoy are equally
w , desirous of ratifying tho naval iinuta-
tion treaty , and to avoid throwing a
, monkey wrench into the restoration of
' Shantung to China. , v ,
Senator Simmons hopes that Senator
Underwood will be able to make clear
to his Democratic colleagues lust what
- the ratification o rejection .of the
- Four l'owcr treaty would - mean to
- . Japan and China and to the other
"i treaties of Ihe conference. He said
he would have to carefully balance the
dansrrs of this treat? asrainst the
evident benefits of the other treatle.
' If this treaty U ratified the .Senator
brieves it will be by a narrow ma-
j ty. . - - j
Ford and M uncle Ehoals
?.'ot only have the fertilizer com
I .ii-fi, tl-.e power companies and the
1 i coir: -i-iien under there names
X r i
ives her to Veop I'onl
iu.-.i-lij ghouls hut tlie
-re-. i!- !f in the face
:d 1 oiiiitifl of the
' ' to every fort of
:.. - tact ir to (1-
! .1 I H ir,tf!,-r!y
"TURN TO THE RIGHT JIT THE
h CX)URT HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT
Mr. Victor S. Watldni will eivt an
impersonation of th famous play.
"Torn to the Right,": wide? the.au
spices of the woman's club"' at the
court houRA .Friday Aevminir i -Mr.
Watkins was in Asheboro with Chau-
WUUU 1CH- VCUlB KKD 'III JUiUKLll
Tnl)un.Ja8, thefoHowinjr: v -?
Mrs.: Watkns . Delights & m
U Perhaps no .Lyceunvartist that ev
er appeared here was given such un-
tedplausewaa accorded ito
Mr-. Wcvtor Wattons st evening
at the school " auditorium. . At T the
art. ' Here was a
?f Mas Bascom's steaming kettle of
ff?? "e sni theair
,m hungry anticipation. One just
. eat,, it ort to, bet set in a
" "Ji tthaithe other ? en"
tertamments In the bourse will ap-
Mr- wattona , ,
OF NEW HOPE ACADEMY DEAD
Mrs. L. M. Cranford hied at
home at New Hope Academy Thursday
faQowiag a week's illneRit frotn-anfifl.
Monday Evening Brii)ir n..K
.'The- Monday Evening Bridge Club
met With Mrs. H, W; Walker in So-ith
Asheboro. - Only, the club - members
were present At; 'the conclusion of
the games tomato sandwiches, cheese
tit bits and tea were served. .."
tTOWS with frt.iHioi. onotn -
tnlrq to a half less than it now costs.
ng to oom pontics and in-
dustry as they Onerate hero at thio
E-.J- Si. 1
itoBiuon snouiu arouse
neither political naRainn
alisra. -fa he, is allowed to develop
Muscle Shoals the fact .will be worth
r 2 JNortn ""i 10 the South
It will greatly help .to solve the coal
problem which is far more -acute in
the industrial centers of the North
inan ln-tne South, Muscle Shoals
wouia runush power to half a dozen
neignnonng states. South of the
85 parallel :. of 'latitude eoal cars need
no longer be hauled to furnish power
fuel to industry and as for the needs
of agriculture the South is far abler
w proauce its nitrate with the cultivt.
nun vi leguminous pianis man are
me otner sections of the country.
.-.Yet the fight here on Ford 1 both
political and sectional and is being con
ducted by , he use i and Senate com
mittees in listening to. the fairy tales
oi persons us x-senaior- Marlon
Butler, heading some mythical con
cerns without capital.' Tho purpose is
to exhaust the patience of the country,
men oury me row proposition ' in
committee or oereat it, In open Con
gress. - . i :. t i '..y;-- -."'-V
T Campaign Issues ; 'f-
The four leading issues on which
the Democrat in Congress ' propose
making their fight for control , In the
next house. - The issues ares The
botch in taxation legislation, saddling
the burden on the poor and lifting it
from the strong backs of the rich; the
utter failure In tariff legislation the
failure Of the Repulicans to keep their
promiae to rehabilitate business and
industry which has resulted in Wid
spread unemployment, and the utter
hypocny of thj administration In op
posing reduction in the army and
navy whilo proposing to reduce arma
Mr. pouinton's Victory
Th election committee of the Houpe
had decided by unanimous vote that
I'epre lentat.lve DotlKhton of Ul9
CifMh North Carolina district Is "
t : e l to hi fe:it in his content ith
It. t'sitn; 'hell. The f.art was that Dr.
in; In U had j6 c-e. No commltt
ii t e I . jh uny sen--e of fnil-
! r.,..' I I .-!- i;iinve y.r. 1 u f-h-1
i ' ! i t, t-evr-t :!. !e s the Noith
, , ' e r... 1 i 'I f--l
RAMSEUR SADDENED BY SUD
DEN - DEATH OF ' BELOVED
' DAUGHTER, MISS FLETA TATE
Our town 'and community is in
mourning..; The sad news reached us
Sunday noon that Miss Fleta . Tate
was dead, - It came like a thunder
bolt from a clear sky. Saturday
news came of her being ill with pneu
monia at Baltimore where she was
attending Peabody & Conservatory f of
Mueiq. Eerarentsj Df. and Mrs' C.
S. .Tate rushed to Greensboro and
thence to Baltimore but before they
reached there the end had come. The
grief , is a personal one to every one
of us whor know her ahdN the. family
and relatives are almost prostrated
in their gret sorrow. She : was a
sweet girl .and had such a promising
iuiure,' snatcnea irom me, as it were
when only nineteen. - AH who have
neard her sweet voice in song will
suffer a great loss ' ,
We are poorer by the loss from
our choir but heaven- is richer by her
voice in tLe angel chorus. It has (of
ten been remarked that "rhe sanrr
like an angel." The remains were
brought to Ramseur Mond.iv nn in
and funeral services were conducted
Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock by her pas-
-ur, iwv. w. xa. omitn at the M. E.
church of which she was a: loyal
member. Special music was render
ed by manbers oflhe local choirs. Sel
dom is there seen such a profusion of
beautiful flowers as wer.e banked -n
mm m-ouna xm casket. This syrnxw
lized m a small wav tha knni
tnat existed oetween this sweet spirit
and her host of friends. A spot !n
the town cemetery marks the resting
place of the fair young form until
mo morn 01 ;. cne nRimlfi.n nu-
-. , , . - rr ji-cii
of in- ; ana ooay. Will be united
eiermiy . with her loved ones
Bnrt Ham '1 1 'Vjr. in. .
T,"". iate .is surviv-
fr garner, mother, two sis
tera Mrs.J. MFoust Mt .Vernon
ot - -'iT . --' v email
fir8,;Mr- A. Grahom Ramseui,
'oaiTm ' -T j 1 aney Jr. Bam
;d: host of relatives and
DR., McIVER'S INSTRUMENT
V RECOVERED FROM CREEK
' far lyan Mclver's ; medicine
creek on the loarf ci-iirr.:1;
vw-sj . auuuu DW 'IWfl tHHAA hAa . I. .r -
Siler City, liftinS
f NO t,We haS
CASE OF JESSE L.
Attorneys for Jesse L. Am,e5.i
?ntinuance of tl,e case
MrDfi,fieI0UnKtyn,rt ,ast wek
ar. Armneld's bond was nAA
teJ not to give bond!
jSk :offhVVr DeltSn9
Boonc formee M.hii. lC : .
BB -Tu. . W. E.
Denton be triedT Vi in" 11011,1 01
Ma THOMAS PIERCE DEAD
fort CcSi,r MSTBSSTk1 S?'
Ut. time of her dSTpterce-
ta tt." ltad tW5 hUdrwerV
w the home and one littl.
fore her moTherTde.Z mV Pierc
had LT'f anKd
.ma"7 friends throughout Ran
kCouty. ' DeceaaWTa survi
SmTlyM Md mSK,
ui-T V , Mwi Gumey . McDowell
'"t, Mra,. Ribert : D
wu,boi? ' Mri Wood," Ivey
i". ':', . K . ' ,
MR3, LUCY BURNET DEAD
t,"..: "W at her
7, "" Asneoore at the Age
several - months, Koday m-t luiiff
for the past four week, and her death
f",,not nnPt4 She with her
more thsn eijrht years ago, She U
survived by the ollowlnr.n. and
daughten,: Mr. Uruce Hurney of
Jacksonville, Fla., Joe Burney and
Jr.. Mattle Clark of Oa-kton,
Misses Ola May and Marietta ar.J
Messrs-Clark and Lawrenrs Uurney,
also Mm. Chim. Foster of Anheboro,
Ihe body s taken to CUrkton last
Saturday afternoon where interment
was mntle Dn Sunday. Mrs. Hurney's
sons and daujjhfers attended 'he fun
Mr. J. S. J."
!'..iin a rrorrrymnn of
".-vnunenaea that mit," irom ineic i
lmS held at wiiiSirW'? Peking ho
i TIIE BIG SING r ;..
Next Sunday morninr at U o'clock
the Ashepboro M. Echurcn, ooau
will: hold a ''t-fenowship service
All the iriembers of tiie ehurch and
all thee friend of thee church will be
met at the ; door with - friendly
"howdy; Of- course all the official
members wip oe mere. yu
good service xome early and get a
comfortable seat near the front
Rut tron Want to -- know about the
"Big Sing" if begins at 70 p. m. Be
there with the "song you V love" in
mero wiwhe "song you vlpve" in
mind, i ll we don't get to sing it mis
time We wai the next- Then, too, you
are sure ;t enjoy the "Echo Singing' .
Afteryq-Hhave attended, this service
the theater will seem dull to you.
. Oust Revival Meeting begins on the
first Sunday in April, and continues
till Easter- Sunday.' These services
have been announced ever . since last
December. It was our aim in an
nouncing them early, to avoid all un
necessary rtonflict Since that time,
however, -Brother Gerringer and I
have had f conversation regarding the
meeungs ana ne nas aeciaea to now
his meetifig at the same-time. For
the las two years the two Methodist
congregations of Asheboro have he.d
simultaneous service with great sue-
cess. t us hope and pray that in
this- way more people will be reached
wiiii me uospei message.
' 1X- A. C. GIBBS
CQNTRACT LET FOR ASHE-
The contract f or the constructon of
w from Archdale to Hinshaw's
rork has t been awarded by the Stale
Highway s Commission to the Royer-Ferguson;-
Company. The road wi'l
be 43 rnies long, 18. feet wide, and
wj. 5 vuiivreie conKinieTinn
Brinkley?-vof Thomaviii i... V.'
"": tne contract ror bridge cou-
8truction" and concrete bridges are to
replace, the present worn-out struc-
- wora wm begin just as soon as the
weather conditions will permit.
' -H - -
. COLLASPED AT MT. GIEAD
' Tlli Vnnnea kwlJ
1 -,T , A "f- . Vw 'ne or-
li-M?er ?Un)ad on Main street
1 in Mt, plead coUasped last Satnrdav
collasped last Saturday
nar; 7 The hridn nana
l"mi&v1!b bridge snans
-Hie cut, r th center, of the
. . . ' '1- er r-ncar
Mk. ..v . ....
Mvuf way across vtne bridge
only few moments before it col
lapsed, but as it happened no one was
on the bndm at the t;. u.
Sffi-i dring ihe day
-"- raw to xsorwood and
.Albemarle was closed all day.
ONE PERSON KILLED BY
CYCLONE NEAR WILSON
yl0neJMCOmpanied rain and
.rer,thunJde,r and lihtni"f P"d
r1 "UBie, nve miles south uf
oout o ciock March Vth.
iivuoco were uiten from fbr
. . - w . 'IIMI 1IIUI
telephone lines blown down. Medi.ni
assistance was rushed to ihe .cene
Alula P0..11- . ..1 j
. , - Euiureu woman, was
struck on the head by a flying tim-
l-',' m th? co,orfl whool of the
nJSrSrYV the Plantation of
rn;.V,rro' . cements, barns
fmnT? 1 aemoushed and
". more or less
ugufua. Another house oc
cunied bv 11 n
111 fii iir r r 01 wnom were
iu from influenza. w hiu,. w
l.1- -ro or ,e7.
P W H(,8,,' catt'e and
hafl.T-WBre P'l Of
.rL00lD AROCKY MOUNT
sudden rtJi-JLf! of ."Wi
- r severe rains
- According to aounHin Ti.nf
3J; ood waters-,
reJorteJ!'?1' Z"t been
orrvTat ; d.
Kt . ana the N.
under f.r. . . "1".cltT are
paasahlT,", 'IT ""'y W
MnH ..jT .WV.B eft
blocked by the
GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROI rva
VISITED BY SEVERE STORM
CArtin t over
denih ' cspes from
1-nfy-flve iTouws were dertrovml
The Epworth League' gave an ex
cellent program at the M. E. chnrch
Sunday evening which was enjoyed by
a large audience. Several of our
young people are very much interest
ed in League work and deserve en-
the noble work thev are doinr for the
betterment of th Mmmnnitv
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shaw '
last week a 13 1-2 pound boy. I
Mr. David Hollody, of Greensboro, is
.at noma for a few days. kT
raessrs onas. and' Hal Goins andi""," " '
Mr. Fred H. Piitenfn j ;
nuirn rvtunot umnt u;u ri. c..a. i
Nina May Hudson were married at
rtm?i?ur Iast Saturday evening at I
the M. E. parsonage, Rev. W. M.I
Smith officiating. The groom is a 1
son of Mrs. Callie Pilkenton and is a
n!4n of many rling qualitias .
h ? 1? "aponaible position with I
Randolph Mfg. Co. The brde is tl'e I
accomplished daughter of esteemed 1
townsman M- if. esteemed.
many mends extend to
. . w uuovil. 1 1 1 tvjJ .
hearty congratulations thev Z'2 ?ur U" through
fi,-. . - " -- "m mey will
m te home in this place.
Mr. J. T. Buie and f.amii,, m "
c,je fnd family, Mrs. G. P.
. r- M- G- Maner attended
horn io:;r'J""uoas.Dan". Greena-
vim Lumvn ntr l
;f , who nas oeen vis
iting here for the tyast week no
friends here :pL.-and. .his
thy. u ",m ineir sympa-
MR. J. T. Worm mi.v.
SUICIDE IN BALTIMORE
h Clothing Co ,K- "22
Mt vlSof placMSW
started to Mt Venioh
and was on th. "u"' rcn
"e man jurrtned tW . f" wh"n
monument hiihliv ' the of the
th fKf i?Sbbf,nT? hed by
pel ln he crowd ai Z - am
Baltimore man. - Suicide was a
tive of LSftSi
was i Asheboro TuTsdav ghPoint'
ceeded in securing Mr fm ?e 8UC'
Kemps Mills, to take th 81-'1' of
the T 1 dairy wor He will
the homes for j . 1 1
He will call at
Asheho " ttI,a onng t
." ". .Pment until the
roan la , -
FriAdatatir, CoUege last
Platinum had been
lleae. leCl.!!' "0,?n from the
. i , VI
to VithThVaeTuR.8 brok-
CEDAR FALLS GIVE
PLAY MARCH 18
rive a play sZ"8', LN" C- wi"
ains will riM .:A"u".u'ng, uur-
t fSO o'clock 'even;
1 j "
title of play, a South
Ion 15 anSct adml-
MR- C. G. SOMMERS
who has been
w"th the AIam
r -esvw mJIQ
for the past twl . y m Asheboro
BurllnttLvHL'? yeaT . go to
home off AWr" .l.,"1 the
onth. Jhi.!?,? f the
hooka and rnV. ' 'l"'.
tive iMeeaaJL- wh Will
of Mr. M. W. Parriah Ko J?..
manr Mil nl.
Asheboro wh 17,,' L T:T in
them move away. ; "f!t f
MISS ULAH LUTHER WEdV
' . fcPCECOMHa COUNTY MAN
A marriage of .itit..' L
taTiJSSS" 0' bril occurred
r.R. L IZ:T,W to
the danghte? o fl fiL",
er of Union Townnhlp and la a rnoi
the pan two .rs bn ter.rhing In
ANSWERS TO PUZZLES tlJ "
There were many aniwera le'
puzzles in last week'a r-vH-.. -i :
was stated the jrize goes U zae fct
who answered correctly. . Mrs. ML C
Morris was the first to answer tkc
difference between Jailor Jenkins serf
iMauian uoz, tne correct answer m-
? Nathan Cox sells watches
Jenkins watches cells"
n numerous other answers te
y" w vJ inieresung ones a
ae2 -f """l16 mention, are? '
??u',z winns locxs you a
the polished jewels;
them in the
Mrs. J. Wi. Hadley. T
Ralph Dixon, 8 years old, of Saea
seur, Route 1, sends the followiag;
'Nathan Cox tinkers with watdtec
andJailor Jenkins watches the UnV
Mr. J. W. Wolff was second mSk
correct answer to this question.
The "Interesting PeoDle f fW
Xown Contest" has aroused muekfe.
fn 1 T .
ICBl' a nas Jaeen answered br
Vi our readers throughout the
CllbilR M.HI M n A MAa.
"wiie. ine nrst set of ;
was turned in by Joseph Boss. Jr
who missed two
and 21st. Gladvs Hall tZJ?l"Jl
paper with all answer
There worn .
turned in with all mrrof k..7
and the nonnln u Tf
. i ume snown tnat tk
are interested in mentaL testa. At i
Srf a,0th'Jr contest will oppear
in The Courier. Wfa.i, u
correct answers are. as follows:
1' A hOWlincr inim.1 ' urii
2. Jungles of . Africa, Wiles.
3. Good fuel. Wrwvi
Never slow, Hasty. i
A blazing fire, Burns.
Cood erowers, Cox.
Favorite flower, Rose. .
Cunning animal, Fox.
iiffl iPe?e8t?lln' WattlBt
brhall body of water, P00L
iMevated piece of land. Sidae.
In a hurry, Rush. Efc
A small mountain, H3IL
. uanisters charge,
uuuui streama f
17. Part of the Bible, Sams.
, 19. Ruler of & natua,.klng.
; 20. Carpenter's tool, Hammer.
A girl's desire. Korh sk
King.) ' :
24. Wh ir, waraarm.
TnTu " w ecv precious
Maker of flour, Miller.
A good vegetabe, Bean,
No slave, freeman.
Nice chair, Morris.
Wild fruit, Berry.
Never on top, Underwood.
Never on bottom, Overmaa.
A great conqueror, Alexander.
All one color, Allred (all recA
Like snow, White.
A good fish, CroaSer.
What follows day. .Knight
Who can fly, Bird. '
Last thing you get int OBm.
In evidence at a horse
A guardians charge, Ward.
najiww4th Yaluaba fin
43. Best ganiesier. Hunter. v . B
. vui 01 jail, free.
. useful when
!6. Shades of tight, ITtack. "
47. Chin 1 whiskers, Vandyke. ;
48. Meek and lowly. iJnmhU.
en Possessions, RteK
Coltrane7ilrad coaches thout kea,
, 61. Mixture of black and mL
wiy Nece88lty when going anjeWj, i
MR- A. S. CALLICUTT DJC6 ' V
SUDDEN La at maraw:
Mr. A. S. Callie .Ugi
Ws office in Henrp -MondaytnomS
r" me JWme, afferis -froraheart
ffectioa nd rWinaW
Ji!It?l,n?- mmi :
. ... .ww uui weni to waefc
day morning as usual. Tbewei
one in ihe office .v
Mr. Cailicutt was the it"
fne. f Beagrot wttfclZ
in ihe lumber - businesa aWi
number ei years. He TiTnnSA i!
U aaw mill businat. iTvZSJZ
and 'r oJ he SeagWi
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