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North Canllaa, Thursday, Not ember 23, 1923
' NUMBER 41
. RECENTLY SHO
. - Va. a. Dl VtaKt AS
H Will be BepoUtio of His.
fc n n-. 04aaamn a v.
by UlS .
James, the 4 Tear old child afMr.
vS'raaklinFilW and wm buried Tues-ll
f in cemetery or rranklinvilli IL E.
T. -. ..- .- - .
;John Banner, of Ore- Hill.
apea. week-end at the Grove hotel.
' Wv X Jones and familv m
visiting- v Jeensboro.
' Mr. andvflre. J. M. Shepherd and
Aaneetfa 9 T Th a . a. n i
(By David T. Staaifc)r -Jrtta the family of Mr. It L. Curtis.
T WMd bo td" geiChaney Graven colored, having
congress. wnnv p.,,w;,, two more rooma and two wwches built
extra session beginning
in ; March ?
closely akin I
Mr. and Mr. Walter ' Dtienn nt
Winston-Salem; were here last week
SaVS - PwfiU, Mr-ind
ThPre seenw to hinge at this TOO-ffci Whefe P"tum
mere sef, w - . with Olean Times as knotvne nncmr
-MSTflna to Me-
If e it k-rive ReDUblicanB are "?on1 nospital last Tuesday when
Sfifin TerofpliKX'bm 2derwent an opation f0-
. -a kMiiAtti thor rnav ran tiat t
u!.. "A. WH; n7 L.e Endolph and FranklinviUe
,.c ,t.,Zr.ta7ieiW. companies
IlllUUMCl 111 K"v
on PYlra session
COngre ... V""6-r'---Y"'! Their DOWer Will be sunnlempntpH hv
ia rF laoimra in nnrn TiHr ; - ri w.-w. v .
thp senate that will forcef"""--unng companies are placing
Mrs. Bettie Maness had a stroke of
tleS. Will lUBl 1.1 1W .xauui& wua
tar,in.6Zto-B5,?,,,, at the home of rMs. Sarah
publican majority in congress itB lite 5onea w t111ijov
two years nence. L. M. Curtis made a husinpas f rin f
The president evidently believes . Giwnsboro one day last week,
that his party has not a ghost, of! .Mrs- Charles Vestal and Mrs. Fan-
chance" to win in 1924 without th Wainfield, Ind., and Mr.
oassaee of this bill. He naa accora--, .. wuu x ai ks ana lacy
faly put his cards on thejable. His aJC8 JJ"?. an extended trip to Ral
messaKe to the joint session of con-,eihj Fayetteville and Pinehurst last
gress on Tuesday impressed ttfe great , wek- , , , v.
audience with the feeling that ft wasl-'f1-. nm, f Greensboro, and E.
witnessing the beginning of one of the Ir'?0' Winston-Salem, were
greatest political struggles that has;11" J
..... d.'nvi fhla Aimfnr T tha man I Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Garrison. Charles
who sense the future the occasion was yHn Clement Cox went to near
dramatic. On previous occasions tho-Mcf5frtli B? to see Mrs.
president had gone W eon$ress wlth;Sowl,.wl2 triticaBy ill.
tiiesoft pedal on bis words, but tbis rty Moffitt had the jnisfortuneof
tm wo. Kar.t in Ma nLt.aai losmg a good borse Saturdav nicht.
with umlertonea . of desperalioiu.Lto 'P1? Dt of
front of him sat men whose n eyes' 72n oy "tb P-
flashed the fire of 'pugnacity Asininl" V RBf!?r "
in their hearts. No man a land loom
ed in sight for the first time between
him and his progressive antagonists,)
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Mrs. Jaekaoa ' Craven, '- BeUved Lady,
Died Ust Soaday Night After Brief
Illnesa Other Raaueur News. '
Mrs. Jackson Craven, known Jo all
cur folks as Aunt Bebeeca, r passed
away Sunday night after a brief ill-1
: . i OL i J J m it 1 - t
MaI tinvtvia Ivsw4 InnrM 4tias wha
people are privileged to live being 9ft
THE SHIP SUBSIDY EILt-
(By David P. rSt Clair.)
erating. passenger steamers between -
America and Europe , and to the -Standard
Oil Company and too United .
Fruit Company that carry cargoes of
Newhei-e else In the world except at heme, tUM In the U. 8. A. will X
dinners for Thankiglvlng be pUrttlfuf and "the t 9t you aver ata." You
see Here the grand eld farmer and the turkay 4o anit portray the realv
American Thanksgiving spirit? This la the 1922 Thanksgiving and trs the
- Washington, Nov. ?7 The ship sub-'
Hw .hill InmlvM anrh a nnlflmantal .
years,-old last. August,? and .having! principle and precedent in legislation'
reared a large-family, most of whom that no;roter in the country ooght to
survive her. -Mrs. Craven has been a be ignorant ef its true meaning. Jt
member of the Methodist lhurch here ' crosses a boundarv line that has never
lor a number ot years and although it before been openly at least invaded. : ; 1 ' '
has not been her vrivilesre to attend tv .t.Wv. a . nnn.nAnf . . tka .r-. t
ita services for quite a while ?n account piu wiU tak from the U. fi. treasury
1 1 TP if yuZiO,OOQflOO and pay it over to about V r
wjro. . DUiywrv tuoiiuuuui i . 0, corporations and trusts op- ,
sunny disposition, always v having a
smile for. her friends and bearing the
burdens of life cheerfully. She leaves
three ' sons .and -- fonv.. Anutrhtfr in
mourn herpassmg. J. Eaakin, Mon-j u a merchant marine any
l'Ji!, Mr ' W; ' G how 1 The-Harding admiifletration
'ltnS-?i,,eB4-tW Iker shippmgboardaw beV
' a 11 1 1' fuuku uBKu- j jjjg told in no uncertain words that a
ters. All of them live in or near this fewr naB8enirer and mail shina and a t
?SSZ? rai 'i6.68 w cargo ships steaming alon ear-,.'.
- ZttT .iS.tain defined routes do not- mike a,
1,? J33 T"fs; merchant marine. These limited class- 4
i yJ??F$kLZL tt' shiP "o United ,
Voi'..States a dominant position on - the i
cemetery at that place. : f . , -.-.Wn. ast Th-v rln not adenuatelv '
ifti.,,!? f r', TSS sha" in h commerce of (the world '
JS SSL.???5 stu4ent? San under the American flag as the pro-,
idy are claiming. . .
Great Britain : the mis- -i
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lStfJ any fast supplWiier when-th.
i,;" Bo Tr.1-!-.: .vl world war camel , England conquered
iS the commerce ofthe world with the '
TEXT? r 7 """'Ui vuKiu, tra steamer when it superceded the t
there. " v,' Ry i l- , j.j-jj i t. .u. , j
The church was 'filled last Sunday' SSt "ZU skS' nSX2'
ul v j. u seas under a nation s flag and picking
-iSH. K!? 5.v-1.wrr Ponents of the su
Mrl C A.,Marley left Tuesday forLj?.naA?e:
HMt ef them ail.
, - t 1
up cargoes wherever it can find them
1 '-"j" h"Lj-fiS ajL-vll'in the face of competition that eives
;A iuuwi,wr u.iouKw .u. ika 0fin .(nmin..,f .a.ht ;"
to be held at Ramseur Baptist churchi t V" '
aAMa, aaiooj 4149 wivoy - uwiuum , iwnr' .
on i Thanksgiving .morning
o'clock. - , 4 , . ' 1 . rl ,
'On Thursday night a musical pro
gram was given at the school building
But it is difficult to .find any' real
ly responsible Democrat in the senate
who will come out with - the flat
footed assertion that he favors .fili
buster in order to strangle the shin
subsidy and thus bring on an extra
session of congress next ' spring. The
question was put squarely up to Sena
tor Simmons wno Is almost certain to
Lbe the minority leader: in Vths .next
wnate. He lAoot JUs 4ie4d.and-said
he would not like to answer the ques
tion. But would it be a ' erreat ad-
Nantatre to the Democrat if thpre was!
an extra session, ne was Rkd. - He' una
aumtted there would be such an ad-. ooro.
vantage going to the Democrats from
an extra session. . -
But how? The shinKuhdv- hill
figst will more seriously divide the
Republicans than how. Its defeat
will be a signal victory for the pro
grearives. In an extra session they
will be far stronger than they , are
new, not only in ' number; but in
morale. Not onljTthat, but- If ,Sim-
9)B1 is thn numnmtia laaav Ka
Wgressives will be lined uo with the
jflemocrats. We an told hf some of
pe wisest prophets in congress to
fTOke no mistake on that -score for
uuauns is a wisara ox comoinauon
Ut us give our readers one -atonal
tastration that they may have f or-
tten of the maafarfnl irlfCfnr mm.
bination of this aanata
fl fate of the first Wilson admin-
hinged about as eomnletelv
Panama tolls . Issoo as tha
administration now binges onJ
f wip suDsiay. Wilson bad made
; P aoyeraie errort tA Ht tha aanata n
! the tolls bill. Senator O'.Gorman,
ri "7 lor. an Irish Democrat, with
n his race's hatrod of Great Britain,
MM chairman of .the senate. Panama
wmmittee. r Through his Jafla-f
tKLi.i commW held herings' on
1 " for the purpose- of killing it.
r -jwniy report or the committee
dsnuied the bllL Simmons, who
1 C? ember ef the committee; was
M time sick la bed at his home
ew Bern. He received a dlsnatch
1 ZZ. ow WTwrPAPEHS AS MOST
iV MURDEF PODB PERSONS AMrXtLT ALLIES OF CHURCH
. WilUam C. Fairies, 60 W JJSffSK
j - .... . man 01 iiovcr, o. v.t ww ut nvaa ?. - .t r. p nl. w.lln km e.r.
ment Society.' at the academy
day evenini, Dedember 2, admission
25s. Everybody invited.
' U. JS. Kouth. d 0. Julian ami
iiiiKinu n ill ihkl iisminv savsanina 1. . wrnm uin t.wuia , v. w.w -
Mrs. Annie Pegranv of Wboro, Jb8, Um of James tt. Taylor anal church to the representative
is visiting her sisterT Mrs. D m! l0" lfw,? thess, of tl.e- United States, 1
John Brady asent the week-end
against Pater lather, causing Un to M his f--5J:iv to the story
suffer a few bruises,- but none serious. th ij!? Episcopal church
rt HartTitSffi?K coWatioas tMay," ud pr, Kol their lives during tri world wa-anddh,,0!ten7rt!
involved, 'although WWJteM r: ' " v, - 'to those rho served and returned will .""JrT W"h A.
-ylpomt ef violeiu vF
steamer "was the secret of Germany's
manume success- ' - ,
- But the Hardlng-Lasker' ehia sub- V
1 JUmseur route' 1 jP ' ? f i
lantla and Pacific norta ef the United - .
and last week caught a red- horse 5!viil,lfB?!0fS' V-
;peari and Blanche and!80"1 "O1 hir ships touching jr."1.
Fred and Lawrence Leonal'Sncan por .V; -f
enormously wealthy ship owners likoV? . r
the Standard Oil Company and the . y
United Fruit Company that ship only ;- ' V
their own- soods-And the: Seoul "who-. ; .&?;&
jj, . iilijfuinn Iimm nrtrta la tfia At. t
receive the sup r- .
Point, are spending i .
i with friends, i ?' , -
Methodists w TR1 wan prom r.iTH.FfiRD
'i (The fate
U the P
, (Harding i
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iTTinTlT.n IV HHHH UII 1M UieeilDUVIUI at . T .fas .' anw
j-itha. wn.tftTit'-r. - ipnviiegea corporauons out me
ST? "'uv" " SSMtt Wish's: rr ?t
.couiu no fwu' every representative ol the cnurcn w , courthouse buildinir in the iriSTnS T" -i"
ROAD BOARD MEETING f!!"LVn","u co-operate with them. w 0f the walk leading from Mar- fV'T" w? n
- :WmiSnTd5ot TytaTw;;-raiSr , . W tha b ? pamg subidy bi.l
The board 6 roadTrustees met Sep- hat he washing. Six member Of g ZsTuable 'allies of thosel Tentatave plans cal to -a bron the government would save $20 000-
a .ama a a. v a. Trial 1 QUinr TUmil V Wt-rf WUUIIieU WIlCIl . . . mn Ire Ml V n1- IIKUIU VI tvs ' - -- VW UCI cailllUiU. a. Alt? uuuvnwiu vi.
WIUUSI V AfaUM V v V a . . j 171 ., a XT .., vvasv uw . V . twAitnfitin
a a a T DA ITSS RlUflmi MWaaV. W ( 1 1 1 I . . 1 - M U a a nAO J IHOTIAO lllWUlluilIK
Ail members were present.
column of granite on tne subsidy emphatically dispute this
the smoke cleared away. Four, New- a ;,. of , righteousness, justice mounting a column 01 granue oi.itne subsidj
It Is orTereJthatTrUndard county ton, Iela and Fred Taylor and .Claud. J truth." . ."i""""
YU'T'ZLT;Z wm r;;'. ! Johnson, their grown cousin, died.
ftVtSAaV aV MIIDMISUVVU t - .
tar's to Montgomery county line, in-1 This case is one of the most nota- NEW COUNTY OFFICERS io
tersectmg with the new road in Mont- oie cases mat iuu -ever iwu "u ...
...... am 'iL . M a. L A 1i a..Aa A.ak aaimaiil
gomery county, and that t&e roaa- be wie bouh wqumwu i
built as soon as tha county force has years, and has, attracted widespread in-j The county officers elected on No-
completed other road neretoiore wrest. vemoer i ww w " " , 'i the county served
rxanteov on bu-bU proposition. i Lfecemuer . me , .
t. i. natiHn M B PTiuniiTinv vnR iviiTNTON VK.nMt.1n the recent election and all The commissioners,
l aa uiow was irvMMWM w avata. uanj'uiinssvti vmw v ai vi ' p
Cox, Joe Hicks and others, asking jor
privilege of improving a certain cart
The Civil Service commission an-
pear the names of the sons and daugh-1 xhey point out that the payment of
ters of Guiliora wno iosi tneir uvea tne BUbsidy will at once stop a golden
-way beginning at Mrs. Jennie Lang-
lev's leading to gravel roaa, near
. .rr.T.,-. .TM-rn unvn.v durlnor the worm war. -yn- ira una, otrAm that is now fin win ir into the
service men and women.quite a detail, those shipowners who get the subsi
inasmuch as some 2,600 persona from ay (but no others) could deduct from
their income taxes their profits on
during their' operation of the ships and in case
PfrrnvnrE ANNOUNCED tha affieara includinr the county com- brief discussion or tne proposed . taey were owners 01 we cargoes as
POSTOFFICE ANNOUNtbU tha ffleers incrooing u "W", , . insisted that those who fa, the case of the Standard Oil Com-
ItTT .1. tKa ! a-rved and returned are. like those who panr -6 per cent of what they had
Liiae l. a.ns9 duuiuv utaunawtuvxn awa a , - - - - . . . .
nounces that an examination will be
Rhadv Grove rraveyard. same being w-ij Thnmn.vllla'januarv A for the
allowed on condition that it be done j-purpoM 0f Kiecting an eligible to fill
at tha eznanaa nf tha community en
Only,-and. use tha bounds of old read,
or not to exceed a width Of 18 feet
- It is ordered that J. E. Brady and
a C Cheek investigate a certain road
west, of Bethel, and report same to
board on Tuesday after the first Mon
day of their next, meeting.
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SENATOR BAGGETTS PRO
POSED K. K. K.
John R. Baggetf, of Harnett county,
the senator who ; was elected In the
November election, from this district,
rMM RanHnlnh la a Dart. eXDOCtS
Ndf Wm to hurV; to wiiWngrtoyeVr tT get th- followlngbill
; Ve the hni...nnl- v . il
the bill' on the way . to the
not only majority of his
' !-K'tir on committee, but tha
.'ft" opposing it In the fsce
nunons button-holed the senators!
ay' a!so said bere that Sena
n'?M hi effected a combine
j TVTV tha -V-mnllles . treaty
fn nm by the s-n-
; f-d the Whita Houkc only ven
, '7 -And Simmons' f r,. rnli
r ln,l ht h r4,vpr t"1'' hl
, lw0 comblna'dunn. l,o Dcm
. toes to Kim w.th the ara
7',m0?f hI" forty's 1" ''r in
i a ,ii Ith atu" fcf t!,a Irmo-
. :" o win over t
, mae the t-
for the , ,
. the ainate .
. ' M It has not had
,r Pugh (lor,, ,,
!"-'e man a r,.
I'ia f n )
r.- .t i
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1 , )1
1 l' I
ihmmrh tha Ipoifdature:
- "AM ACT TO BE ENnTLED"
AN ACT TO" PREVENT. SECRET
'5 .nam. WSOV U 1 D lltflPDt
"The General Assembly of North
Carolina to onset:
"l. That' It shall beuhlaVful for
any person to bo found off of ais
n remises dlsmilaed ormssksd la such
manner as to destroy Ms idtnt'ty.
, Any ' perfon 'vieiartnir' this act
shalSbe gui'.-y ri 'a feonv, ahd upon
etn.lrUin rhnll be iff-.p-oned.ln W
itaie's prison "no: Jess thiii tne ;'ur
and- not more than flvo years. 'V
"This act shall bo tn force on apd
A '.er its ratificHllon." i.C'"',
m 5 LrWr from IUnk Cashier.
After an aboenr and silence of
three werU, A. W. Whit,- former
cs'l.ier of the Hank of Etoney Point
hn written a .letter to A. L Watts,
prf blent of tbfl bank. . '..
Vhit dikarrf'rl three weeVl ago
n I Ibis Is tl.e first Information, so
far rs knewn, rerriv.! from htih sUic.
An auil.t of the bank dlRcloned an ap-i-nront
shortage of 3,000 to f IZ.O0,
prrortling to Offlrittls of the bank.
I ! 'n 1 k lAn taVrn enre ef by bon.ls
i t r ti n JnMu'hnf bflS been in
ri Hi 'l t! rrplion of S fcW
i f ,::.,!: i the d:ni-tarenf of
th. ef.ntamnlated vacancy at Denton.
The examination is open to men and
women 21 years old and. upward.
Postmaster Marvin A Gallimore, of
that place has given notice of his res
ignation. The position pays $953.
Postmaster Gallimore gives as his rea
son for tendering his resignation that
he expects to accept a position as
clerkjm the Greensboro postoffice,
which, it is understood, is more re
HIGH SCHOOLS WILL DEBATE
ON RAILWAY LABOR BOARD
next two years will bo wise and just
Fire Near Farmer
' A fire which orginated from a defec-
died, entitled to everlasting recogni- paid themselves for hauling their oil
tion of theirserrice tn enduring bronse These income tax exemptions alone,
and marble. it is estimated, will exceed $10,000,000
Cant Randolph do as much? This per annum. But in addition the bill
county is as justly proud of her boys j proposes to lend to these preferred
Chapel Hfll, Nov. 28.-The query for
the high school debates for the pres
ent sshool year has been decided on.
It 1st " .--
'"Resolved, that congress should pro-
, w ci 4. COUnty 18 aS jUSUy UIUUU VIUOI wjm , uroWKS W .CI.U W UlUnc uicic.m
S ?h'PO $125,000,000 at
day when the house, smoke house and
garage belonging to Mr. c. n. jonn-
aon burned to tne ground, uniy aui-
nndar the hand of providence were per
mitted to return, as any.county. Our
sons were just as brave, Just as pa-
... ... it, i . , FMmS V
tie or tne Deuoing anu aiew trktic iny. The amount of cost
furniture were saved. There Is about ' elich man and woman
xgu nswanei .on m. fS"';'In the county Would be very small to
Mr. Johnson is a "SS'-w nonument to those who heard
fc?? "iilf .bJ?n7lKu!and heeded the call to duty. We can't
Second Lyceum Attraction .Coming
The second Lyceum number of the
season will appear at the court hsuse
in Asheboro r rlday evening; secern
ber 1. This attraction comes exceed
ingly highly recommended
the rate of 2 per. cent per annum,
While business men, farmers and or
dinary people have to pay the' govern
ment 6. to 10 per cent for the money
they borrow. But that is not all. The
bill is filled with plums for the pre-'
The ereat danger of the bill, its op-
afford not to honor the living and the ponents point out, is that it sets up a
dead ' precedent in the extentsion of subsidy.
-It flings wide open the door, to one
TEACHERS TO MEET AT of the greatest menaces of the repub-
RALEIG1I THIS WEEK lie. President Harding in his plea for
the passage of the bill said the prece-
The thirty-ninth annual session of'dtmt had already beep set in subsidy
being Liu ll nvaat at Halplirh this Week : n.iKK rnaHi Tha nnrwinonta nf shin
Jane Goude, "the girl iom the West, ith the first seislon held Wednesday .ubsidy deny that there is any par-
Mfla, antaptalnav. Thl. I. I ha .1 1 L . r ! ,L. . V. , n . 1 1 - -j 1 1 1 .1 .
Ivide f or enforoement of the decisions second of thcserle of five entertain- eri mUngs wifl be a meeting, of forms of subsidy. The government
ea a few preferred shipowners
any euaTanty of benefit to the
1mm r.B.HM a, HI l.l.n. rm nUWIIir , r.nM . I Ka ntKA h.nrf t hut ria
ranised by the DialecUe and Philan- Club last winter tponsored the ,.Rd- wdi be the addreas by Dr. Henry Vani roads for tha nubile and lends money
thropie societies at th UnKfasityj path Lyoeum and .the ;.aaUre wurse pyJrtf Princeton, who will lecture to the farmers with a clear impllca-
of tha railway labbr board.1 i vjmonU. which cometunder the auspice-1 aiociaUon of county superintend-1 .ubaldjd
This is the eleventh year of the high of thaWomaa's Club anaKnlghU o i utl Tuesday night The ouUUnd-1 without
school debating union, which was or- Pythlaa of tha town. TnT Woman s w tnlMn of tha teachers' meeting ' public
was an enjoyable one.
.; '. Monkey's Escape Cbaaces Pis Si., ,
-A monkey that had. ben Imaortad
for the purpoea of what is believed to
Last winter sixty schools which, had
won theif preliminary contests sent
teams, nrnnberinr 40 debaters, to
Chapel Hill to enter the final round for
the Aviock memorial cup. . " . I tor tha nurooea
Every secondary and high school In be the jrst operation for transfer of
North Carolina is Invited to become a md fat this state thwarted the plans
member of the union and participate 0f the doetorswhen ho escaped from
in tha state-wide debate. Every school y. pi ef captivity. Dr. T. iL K tan
that enters will be grouped in a tri-fton, a High Point physidaa was ai
angle with two others, each putting ranging for the operation, and wboa
out two teams, one on the affirmative he went to the box for the monkey to
and one on the negative. Every school prepare for the operation, , bo found
which wins both of its debates is en- Uia monkey had departed., A reward
Ho the assembly Friday night on the
subject of ."Poetry and Nature." The
state-wide spelling contest . will take
place Wodaesday at f .80 p. m. This
is always an bate testing feature of the
meeting, as a large number of chil
dren are- always , present Jo sartid
pata, ,- ? a ' - .' 1
was offered for bis return.'.
tlUed to send it teem to Chapel HiU
for the final day ."
. ' I Death of Confederate Veteraa. 'J
JTApplra Tree Bars Becona V.rop i James Ad.IUon Kuckard, promlnnt
t a Ul ft.nar raranllv was record-! farmer and Confedrat veteran, died
ed the fact that an apple tree In the at bis home several miles south of
stU-.u hear Jon -boro was in full Urfnirton, on November 1. lbs fo
b!nnm and had some apples . on it r.rol wss rondurtad at Onler IUU
nearly m Ine tin guinea rrF. This lupiikt churrh, November 1H, eervlcrs
in (', s-cm-l tt' t of apple the tree; con, lurte.l by the Hsv. J, U Slinn,
f,,, lr:( !',: (, "I. . 1 ''"T fcf the derra-ie.l.
ronrttr riw unnnrir.i t .
. BCI'OItTEP AS ON A DEXXlNsrjeorlchlng a few favored ship owners
Freight car shortage reported bt aO
sections of, the country during Mcont
weeks is now abating, according to re
ports compiled by the car service di
vision of the Amerlcsa Railway Asso.
elation, while general movement of
railroad traffic la continuing in abnor
mally hlirh volume. On Novembers 8,
shippers had orders In to railroads for
174.4'JB cara more man eouui oe im
fniBrty surrliod. but this Was 4,741
Jens thn U, numir orderl and not
svaibil.le n Octolr 81. ' ,
cation of nub lie benefit.
Every argument: of the subsidy
hunters has been demolished and Rep
resentative Davis of Tennessee, one of
too star opponents of the bill, declares
that tha problem of an adequate Am
erican merchant marina is simply a
business problem to bo solved like;
any other groat bnsinees problem la ,
this country. It can not be solved by
at the expense of the people and dis
erimlnating against the smaller ship
owners.' Shipowners like other mo
pie must get down to a basis of bust-:
naae prtncipiear- u, on uiai mum ra-
erioa can not secure an adequate mer
chant marina, It does not. deserva one.
'; sXteoblls CWlide. ; ' f;
.Eleven people were hurt wlea' two'
sutomobilcs run. toirether at Lunhe.-
ton.- On of the rtiivers wes I i,.red
un'lr $ M.00 bond. , -