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Fair Sunday: Monday partly cloudy,
k not much chance iu temperature.
I VOL. XXXVI, NO. 62.
ASITEVILLE, N. C. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1919.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
lrpiiiiiif ir il niinif L
I II Ull I Ln m
1 MS BEHIND BROWN
Two Men and Woman Are
Believed To Be In
volved in Case.
SOLDIER IS ORDERED
TAKEN INTO CUSTODY
; Mrs. Leona Bennett Is De
'O tained by Officers at
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich., Deo. 27.
Convinced that Jealousy was behind
the slaying last Tuesday night of J.
Stanley Brown, son of a former De
troit Manufacturer, authorities toaay
instituted a search in Ohio and south
ern Michigan for twg men and a wo
man, the latter airs, uniun
being detained at Sandusky, Ohio.
Filrther Investigation here brought
B .tntompnt from Loyd Provost who
has been held as a -material witness
hut ' later released Implicating the
three. One of the men, it was said
was a soldier stationed at Camp Cub-
tar. The other, a civilian, was pre
mimed to be in some Ohio or southern
Michigan city. Both of them, Pre
vost told Sheriff William "Caldwell
were Infatuated with Mrs. Bennett
to whom he stated-Brown had paid
court before his death. This accord
g to the statement, led to threats
violence against urown.
Sheriff Caldwell stated tonight that
rs. Bennett would be Drought nere
for examination and that he had her
promise to aid in clearing up the
mysterious death of Brown, who was
found Wednesday morning shdt to
death at the wheel of his automobile
en the road ' between Detroit ' and
A sheriff's deputy left late today
for Battle Creek for the purpose of
taking the soldier Into custody.
The sheriff announced tonight that
Prevost and Mrs. Ruth Prevost Brown,
young widow of the slain man, had
been definitely eliminated from the
investigation. Both of them had been
held as material with esses and were
released today shortly after writs of
habeas corpus were granted in De
troit. , . .
'MUS. BENNETT ARRESTED.
BANDUSKY. Ohio: Dec. 27. Mm
f liHha. Bennett, aged. J4, was arrested
here 'this afternoon by Sheriff Perry
on request or Mount Clemens; Mich,
authorities, who are probing the mur
der of J. Stanley Brown. She was
found at the home of her father,
Charles Peck, who came hero about
six months ago from Michigan.
Sheriff Perry says Mrs. Bennett
claims to have come to Sandusky
Christmas eve. Pending the arrival
of the onlcers from Mount Clemens,
newspaper men were not permitted
to see Mrs. Bennett at the county jail
where she Is confined. Sheriff Perry
says Mrs. Bennett will waive extra
A deputy sheriff arrived here late
tonight and will take Mrs. Bennett
o Mount Clemens tomorrow morning,
ne win not be questioned until she
i brought before the authorities at
According to Sheriff Perry. , Mrs.
Bennett Inquired tonight if she was
suspected of the murder and was told
that she Was wanted only as a wit
ness. The woman appeared much
worried, the sheriff said. She told the
sheriff that she reached Sandusky on
Deputy Sheriff Lowenstefo, t
Mount Clemens, declared that his of
Ilce had information that Mrs. Ben
nett had a suitor at Battle Creek.
her home, and that Brown had also
paid ncr attentions.
,: BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Dec. 27.
Mrs. leona Bennett Smoke, former
wife of Clyde Bennett, and whose ar
rest has been reported in Sandusky,
Ohio, Is in Battle Creek. Tonight she
Indignantly denied all connections
with the case and said she had no
Idea who the "woman is who was ar
rested ln Sandusky.
:: Mrs. Smoke has made her home ln
this city for three years.
CpilO LYNCHED BY MOB
iilN THE TAH HEEL STilTE
Black Is Taken From Of-
fleers After He Killed
WTLMINGTOX. N. C. Dec
. 27. While being rushed to Ra
lelgh for safekeeping following
his arrest for the murder of R.
, M. Brown, a white man, .a. ne
;" gro named Green was taken from
officers by a mob 'and fastened
by the neck to the rear axle of
' an automobile, after which he
was dragged for'two miles and
then hanged to a tree. Daring
i the fight between officers and
v members of the mob, the negro
J broke away but was recaptured
f ; by the crowd.
- Mr. Brown was shot to death
- at Franklinton, N. C.
From what can be learned, the
trouble seems to have started
1 when Green was directed by
7 Brown not to strike matches is
'- the building, the negro taking .
offense and following Brown to
r the street later shooting him.
miSONF"" ."E PLAY
i RALK1UH. N.
iec: 17. Twenty!
erven women prisoners of the North.
Carolina state Prison, .including sev
eral whose life terms last week were
commuted to 16 years imprisonment.
were guests tonight of a local theatre
st a play witnessed by Governor and
Mrs. ickatt. ,. - . -
WOULD AVENGE THE
DEATH OF ANGELES
Villa Writes Letter to the
Declares No Just Tribunal
Would Have Sentenced
Friend to Death.
EL PASO, Tex., Dec. 2-7. General
Francisco Villa in a letter addressed
to the Associated Press at El Paso
and received today, protested the ex-
cution bv Carranza troops of Gen-
ecution oy vouu
er under Villa and hinted at reprisal
on those who had a part in the -as-
The 'letter was dated December 10
at Murquli. Goahuna, wnicn paice
Villa. Raided obtaining "Christmas,
' ... .
gifts." for his command, tne .euer
was written ln long hand, presumapiy
by a secretary of the leader, but It
bears the signature of Villa. The
oe" l"n D B
letter contains the first authentic
statement direct from Villa" concern- Representative Lufkln said Secre
ln the Angeles case received ln the tary Daniels, Admiral Knight, Admir-
. . . n alma taw, nthoi ntflnaru wnilM he
United States. The letter rouows:
:T0rFranec4rvniarand ail of the
chiefs of the revolutionary army
which Is under my command since
I speak in their names P
hemently against the assinauon or
General Felipe. Ange e oraerea Dy
ih. trntltor. venustiano Brraiiiii,
and carried Into effect by the Carrans
Istas, and we proclaim to the world
h.i naneml Anseles was an honor
able man and that no just tribunal
In the world wouia nave bbdiwuwu
him to death. His sole crime con-,
stated in never having been a Car
Mark this well, so that
when the time arrives for Justice to
wards the Mexicans tnere can oe mm
to accountability those who are re
nonslble for the aaslnation of a pa
triot whom we deeply mourn.
"Muqulx, Dec, 10. iviv. ,
"The General In Chief,
rtenaral Angeles was executed at
Chihuahua City November 26, after
being found guilty oi reoeiuun u
mimrr court. He was a graduate of
Chapultepec military school, was an
officer In tne army oi mo nmi
Dtax and took part m tne maaero.
revolution. In the world war Angeles
offered his services to the French and
awarded tne legion oi nunor
medal for his work as an ariinery
VOTING FUN IN LEAGUE1,.
LONDON. Dec t7. Prmier Lloyd
George, speaking at wany.tymawy.
w.iNL today, detenaea uie voting
aVrawemt of the league of nations! ,
Ho slio that Australia lost as many
men as th. United States in the war
.nri Knit aa much right to rote aa tne ;
TTnltwl States. This vote, however,
he added, would not be used on any
question arising between Great Bri
tain and the United States.
President Wilson recognized tne
nt th riiin !
forward in behalf of the British em-:
pire", said the premier.
He recounted the fight ln the United
States on the treaty, which he termed
"the folly of America entering upon
party warfare when trying to settle
the difficulties and troubles ensuing
from the great war.
PROBE TO BE MADE
OF MEDAL AWARDS
By Both Congress and the
. rr.y Navy Department. r -
Joint Committee From Both
Houses Will Take tip
the Question .
WASHINGTON. Dec. 27. Full in-
'lKn who ftma todav ,rnm M(W1.
vjoe tQ hava, offlcerB broUght to a son, Mass., to learn why the physician
head by Rear Adnftral William 8.haA , r..
81ms' recent protest against the ten-
n, i... a k.. tv.. j.n.rf.
ani? b th department.
on the heel f-secretary uan.ei s
Mnnuuncvmv.iL inL itia tiaroi
K D...' Umlnl Tfnln-ht hail.
h nrrtered reronvened .to review'
jts , findings on recommendations tor
meaais or otner aecoraiions, iiepre-
untntlvA T.nfkln rennhlfrAn. HfflMft-
chugetts o( the -hou nava, commlt.
tee conferred with members of the
senate committee and stated that a
Joint committee would lane up me
whnln niu nn when consreaa re-
which es not need special author..
h , . -
,hA k.i in
each case will be examined, he 'said,
H..,v rmniei. tnrtav fh
.-.,' . ,l8t of decoraUonB
and in passing on new recommenda
tions for awards the .Knight board
would be instructed to Tollow) in gen
eral the policy he adopted ln revls-
(CONTINUED UJ PAOB TWO.)
KOLCHAK RETIRES AS HEAD
OF THE ALL-RUSSIAN ARMY
Names Gen. Semenoff, Commander-in-Chief.
Action Taken Because of
kolchak's 111 Health,
LADIVOSTOK. Wednesday, Dec
(By the Associated Press.) Ad-
linlral Kolchak. commanding the all-
Russian government forces opposing
the botehevlki In Siberia, haa retired
t --"- r"-." " " "
m -.- --
Semenoff to succeed as commander In
chief, according to a message received
here today by General Semenoffg rep-
The message,' quoting Admiral Kol-
cbak'a order, said:
"In 'order to unite all armed forces
fighting to make secure our political
organization. I name General semen-
ntf tnmnuder In chief with head-
quarters i In the Irknuk and trans-
Baikal Russian military districts. All
military commanders win he subordi
nate to him," : .
' - .CONFERENCE ADJOURNS.
; DORPAT, Falday. Dea. it (By
the Associated Press.) A last mo-
By Billy Borne
Dr. Vermilye Refuses to See
,.v . v.
Bridegroom-Elect , Declines
to Make Detail State
ment on Affair.
VEW XCtRK. Den. S7Tr. Wll.
dav to marrv her. ar both rial ent
hospital Jn Brooklyn. Miss Keenev
man1, mril fit thn In.f llutlnn wh.n
i ,r ...
n formed that Dr. Vermllv wnnM
not see her. The doctor has been a
patient since Thursday evening.
Earlier, in the day Dr. VeJ-milye
stated that "upon my return to the
TTnfterf states f wn a met hv a n fntH.
ded that he. was "not hiding from
anyone" and had nothing more to
Miss.Keeney was accompanied by
her father, George Keeney, and a
young cousin couple. Mr. Keeney ap
peared bewildered by the situation
and when asked about Dr. Vermllye's
statement said that the doctor was "r
j man of very strong mind and great
ability and It would be Impossible for
any woman , to force herself upon
faltn." His daughter had received
many presents from the doctor, he
"All wo can do now is wait." Mr,
CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO.
ment hitch, over the right of the
Esthonlana ' to fortify part -of the
Narva -front developed after m pro
tracted session of the Baltio peace
conference, extending far intoyChrist
mas morning, when the conference
adjourned after abandoning the at
tempt to complete the "preliminary I
armistice", and ith the question ofi
peace still in tne Balance,
Accoromg to tne stnomansL jeres. I
Russian bolshevik delegate, departed
, mvmnwr, nv iinn Tmrew
MISS RUTH KEEN
.i - .
In Declaration of Principles
To Be Drafted at
PREDICT THE HOUSE
WILL NOT PASS BILL
Possibility of Veto Also
Discussed by Officials
at the Capital.
WASHINGTON, Pec. 27. The at
titude of organized railway employes
toward the anti-striko provision of
the Cummins railroad dill will be
formally stated in a dei-laration of
principles to be drafted -by the heads
of all the brotherhoods ut a confer
ence here Monday with President
(iompers, of tho American Federation
Labor lenders dec-fered today that
"nothinB drastic wis to be expected"
but the general view among organized
workers was that the affiliated trades
would stand by the railway machin
ists' union which voted to quit work
if congress enacted the antl-strlko
provinlon. Senators and representa
tives now ln Washington expressed
the opinion, however, that the house
never would accept the bill as It
came from the senate and that even
If it should pass, President Wilson
would veto it.
The possibility of a presidential ve
to has been given serious considera
tion by members of congress, who
realize the necessity of enacting prop
er legislation before the roads are
handed back to their owners on March
1. Labor leaders in discussing this
eventuality, also called attention to
day to this statement by the Presi
dent in his message to congress four
"The right of Individuals to strike
Is inviolate and ought not to be. in
terfered with by any process of gov-'
ernment. but there is a predominant
right of the government to protect
all of its people and to assert its
power and majesty against the chal
lenge of aoy class." v
This one sentence was variously in
terpreted by brotherhood officers as
a virtual announcement by the Presi
i.e. wimi. no WUUIU not Sign ft Dili (
tlce by the President that even if 1
dent mar no would not sign a bill de
right to strike was Inviolate; the
ngni oi tne pudiio stood over and
Regardless of what action might
be taken by the brothorhoods. the be
lief prevailed In congressional circles
that when senate and hnnu
ferees got through with the Cummins
7wk !etE!-V,0i26rt,8.of tho ant-
n -woV" The con-
iorono-o win Degin work next week
after Senator Cummins and genator
Kellogg, republican. Mlnnto
turn here from North Carolina' hundreds of barrels of the poison
All of the senate conferees ' voted ' "quor were male )n thl" c,ty bV
for the labor clause and are expected n ' Italians and shipped to Con
to make a hard fight In ronfrenV. tWt necticutt and nearby states. They
Its retention. On the straight senate
test an amendment to eliminate th
section was defeated, 39 to J4. Some
idea of the attitude of the house, how
who .Wm .gJv?n.u todtty by members
who said that the anti-strike clause
Dody "0t command ""y vtes in that
. To Confer Monday
The heads of the four big brother
mdi "I!d tne tpn affiliated trades
will be here Monday for the confer
ence With Pr..l,lnn - " . ?'
was called for the sDeciflo nm-'n 1
nn.i.. . -j Jr,pecl.no Purpose of i
tion. Committees representing the
six shop trades have an appointment
for dlEcusslon of wage demands, but
vv,wiu.iiiiK uiiuinr mi pnBrf l .
ill Tuesday B deferred ""
It was emphasl2ed at federation
headquarters that the two confer
ences had nothing in common, al
though It was admitted that the
situation respecting wage demands
was somewhat changed In view nf
President Wilson's definite decision to
in view of the short period of gov
ernment control there was a feeling
in some quarters that the director
general might refuse to saddle a wage
Increase on tho roads ori the eve of
e!h5e.tUrn lo Prlvau oPerWIon. Most
Of the1 leaders Insisted, however, that
the demands would not be rejected
to use his Influence, to get more
wage, for railway men if the gover"
ment failed to reduce the cost of llv-
Jl1?edlt rallroad taltloii. some
fh"b'Ja" "Pressed today whether
? fl ?i"d Cummlna '11 could be
Vt .1 P. nnd. put toe"ier again
by the time set for the end of fed"
eral control of tho roads. Meanwhile
great pressure Is beinr k,.TJw
bear on members of the senate and i tno men whiskey, and gave the offl
house to speed up work, but there cer" a bottIe froi "ck for anal
is little hone of vetting u. : ..: I m i. chief Medieai r. i ,
uaiura me end of Jan-'
! . ,
OP CAROLINA MASONS
RALEIGH. N. C. Dec. 27. The
Masonic grand lodgs of North -...
olina has been called to meet in a
special communication here Sundav
afternoon to attend the funeral of
General William Cox, one of the last
surviving officers of the confederacy
who died in Itichmond, Va., Friday
night. The funeral will b hM n
Christ's Episcopal church.
DEATHS IJT MEMPHIS
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 17. Ronr.i
of health records show threee per
sona died in Memphis Of wood alco
hol poisoning, during the - present
month. All of the- deaths eccuerd
prior to the Christmas holidays.
. CIXB BUYS PITCHER.
TJ"msVILLE. Ky.. L.. . The
iTMiiaville American association base
halt club tonixnt announced tno pur
chase of Arthur R. I1 pitcher.
:."" ,..k . v ,
MORE DEATHS OCCUR
AS RESULT OF USING
Kidnaped by Suitor.
Mrs. Mary Delk, of New York city,
has requested tho police to search
for her daughter, Irene Welner, 18
years old, who Iihs disappeared.
Mrs. Delk said sho was convlnved
that the girl had been kidnaped by
a young man whose attentions Miss
Weiner had rejected.
Predict Number of Arrests
After Finding Still
. and "Extracts."
THINK LIQUOR WAS
SHIPPED TO CONN.
Pofson Whiskey .Was
Probably Made in N. Y.
NEW YORK, Deo. 87. New York
rUtAetlva aAAklnv th tniirr.. nf "whla
!key" manufactured from wood alco-
1 h, u.k u.. 0.. 1pp.. , AMthm
,n the (Ut within the last two days
I tonight expressed the opinion that
!'red,ctet' a number of arrests would
, be mad,
i The detectives made this prediction
i aiiiir -rniu tin wnat la utmoveu 10
have been an illicit still on Buster
street, where 11 bottles marked
whiskey flavor and "whiskey ex
tract" were found concealed among
bags of sawdust Many more bottles,
containing Ingredients ordinary used
ln the manufacture of Italian and
Spanish cordials, also were discover
ed, according to the police. There
wre many bottle labeled "brandy
extract". Th nronrletor of th h.
. ' '
ment in wnicn tne alleged still was
located was arrested, charged with
being a suspicious person.
In the Bronx detectives attached
to the district attorney's office also
were hunting fur contraband Il'tuor
One party left for City Island to in
vestlgate a report that poison liquor
nan oeen manufactured there and
taken up Long Island sound ln points
Itetmlt of AntonHim.
ine health department also pre-
jro in com oat mo new menace, a
rigid Inspection of saloons being or-
tioroa. Autopsies today showed two
oeatns ly tnis city this week were due
to wood alcohol poisoning. -
Conferences between manufactur
ers of wood alcohol and members of
tne committee of public health and
hygiene will bo begun here next
week, it was announced tonight, to
discuss the alarming number of deaths
from beverages mixed with tho poison
ous liquid- The committee Is as
sociated With the CountV Medical n.
Two men were found Ai.ua n
serlouely ill tonight from what is be
lieved by physicians to be wood alco
hol poisoning, in a Fulton street ho
tel. When questioned by the police, the
notei proprietor denied hvlm nM
iwwcuvu are oonuuctlng an
-vestigation to learn where the
Dougnt tne poisoned lloimr.
Ono of the two men who were poi
soned by Jiquor died in a hospital
FOUR MORE DIE.
CHICAGO, Dec. 27. Four persons,
two of them women, died today from
drinking wood alcohol, making a to
tal of eight such deaths in Chicago
In 48 hours, or 34 since July 1. The
authorities were thoroughly aroused
and several arrests were made. Drinks
containing wood alcohol were called
"coroner's cocktails" by Coroner Pe
ter M. Hoffman, who Issued a public
warning against the fatal draughts
and said he would attempt to band
coroners and other public officials
throughout the country to prevent
the sale- of poisoned liquors. Both
the coroner and the city health com
missioner. Dr. John Dill Robertson.
said wood alcohol drinks were surer' md TOtlt of TI'090 from
to result either In blindness or death.
fhe ponce arrested' the manager
of the drug-department i of an out
lying department store, at whose es
tablishment pint Dottles of wood al
nol had been given away with fl
(CONTINUED ON fAQB TWO.) ,
Sventy-One Persons Have
Died Within the Past
IN NUMEROUS CASES
Total of Thirty-Five Dead
in Chicopee, Mass In
NEW YORK. Dec. 27. Seventy,
eight persons have died within the past
forty-eight hours and scores of others
are suffering from paralysis and
blindness, due to drinking wood alco
hol "whiskey," according to reports
received tonight from seven eastern
cities and Chicago.
The toll of poisonous liquor Is the
hlKhext in New England, where sixty
deaths are recorded. Two women at
Chicopee Falls, Mass., and one at
SiiriiiKtield, Mass., are included In
In connection with the New Eng
land deaths and six reported in New
York city, police, internal revenue of-
llcers and agents of the department of
justice are seeking Adolph Paraneti,
Importer arid commission merchant,
of this city, who they assert sold 18
barrels of the poisonous liquor, The ,
jiollce charge that the "whiskey" was
concocted ln Paranell's store in
In Chicopee, Mass., 34 men and
two women died, In Springfield, three
men and one woman; Uolyoke,. six -men,
and In Greenfield, Mass., one
man. In Hartford, Conn.. IS per- -
Uons died of the poison.
Chicago reported eight deaths from
the drinking of poisonous beverages.-
Two deaths were announced at
Newark, N. J by the police. t
Three deaths in' Cleveland,- Ohio,
this week, brought the total there to
14 for the month.
CHICOPEE, Mass., Dec. 27. -District
Attorney Ely, of Westneld, who
has been Investigating the deaths of
more than 45 persons In the Connec
ticut valley aa the result of drinking
wood alcohol ' contained In Whiskey,
announoed tonight that Ale Perry.; "
proprietor of the American house ln- '
Chicopee Falls, had confessed- to fc.iv. --
lauU'ord, -all excebt five or w.- w.
wr sold. The district attorney also.
stated, 'that Ave other gallons of the
liquor, had been traced to the Polski. ;
hotei ln Holyoke. - -..:.i.t.r
' According to the. district attorney z1-
who had refused to grant ball of 110,.
000 to Perry earlier In the day on the
charge of manslaughter,. Perry stated,
ne bought the liquor through Sam
Darling, of Hartford, an expressman.
who is under arrest in that city ln
connection with the deaths. Perry '
told the district attorney he had no '
ides the liquor was poisonous. Fol
lowing the confession the district at
torney allowed Perry to be released on
ball. ' .
The list of dead was increased to
4 in the Connecticut valley tonight.
with the death of another Chicopee.
man, Maurice Murphy, in Mercv
hospital, Springfield. The deaths are
now divided as follows: .
Chicopee, 83 men and two women: '
Springfield, three men and one wo
man; Holyoke, six men; Greenfleld,
LIST REACHES 43.
CHICOPEE, Mass.. Dee. 27 The
death list resulting from the drinking
of "whiskey," said by Medical Exam
iner Fletcher to contain wood alco.
hoi, during Christmas festivities, had
reacneu o in mis city, Springfield,
Greenfield and Holyoke early tonight.
Wlt,h the additional deaths in Hart
ford, reported to be IS late in the
afternoon, tho figures were nearlng
the 60 mnrk and It was expected that
before Ihc night had passed the toll
would be much higher, due to the
increasing number of cases coming
to the attention of physicians and
Tho first ileotH in Greenfield was
reported tonight, and It was stated
thut several other persons are 111 and
have, symptoms of wood alcohol poi
soning. It was said the dead man and
thoso ill went to Holyoke Wednesdav
night to buy the liquor and took it
back to Greenfleld for the holiday,-.
District Attorney Ely, of Westfleld
today questioned several saloonkeep
ers and hotel owners In this city and
Holyoke. Alexander Perry, owner of
the American house in Chicopee
Falls, who was held under $10,000
ball on a charge of manslaughter.
after pleading not guilty, was among
those questioned, but no word was
given out by District Attorney Ely as
to the result.
All saloons In this city and Holyoke
were closed this afternoon by the po
llco on orders from tho district at
Every hour of the day and early
evening brought reports of new cases
of expected deaths. The Mercy hos
pital ambulance of Springfield, and
the Chicopee police patrol was kepi
busy the entire day rushing victims
to the hospitals. Of tho 15 or more
cases entering Mercy hospital, all ex
cept one had died and the ono per.
son alive was not expected to live.
HARTFORD, Conn., Dec 27. Ths
death list in this city as a result of
drinking "whiskey," said to contain
wood alcohol, remained at 13 tonight,
with only two new rases of llquof
poisoning reported. Hospital report
show four persons In a serious con
dition tonight from the effects of poi
The cases of the four men held hers
on charges of murder were continued
nntil next week police court. Jacob
Bronerwlne. one of those held. Is re
garded by the police as a leader of
the "whiskey" ring, and is alleged to
Illegal Uouor sales since July 1.
Twelve barrels of materials brought
from New York city, the police -say,
were made into 24 barrels by the uee
of water, and then distributed over
the bar here and sold In bulk to per-
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