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OAT ARE SAFE
issini Since Friday ,foe
Founp on Eeef North
S,of Bimini. . '
MIAMI.. IU, Jan. 18. earch
!or the three passengers ana two
viators or tne nying ooai rnew
ork, missing since rnaay aiter-
tinnn. wneni lu ion muiiii lor
Bimini, ended todaj: when the men
l j i v.i. Au etA - u.-m
rig experience on iw wvu. ino
hree men were a. .. irensoaw
nd M. F. Jtann, or Montgomery,
la,, and CBnton wopoia, oi iv ai
re th. Pa. .
The men were found Sunday
irht onGreat Isaacs reef, 18 miles
orth ot BimimV where they had
anaged to put In after tossing on
he waves tor seven neurs. r ive
lanes and two speed boats that
onducted a two-day search cov
ered In all approximately 3,000
miles. The three men were Shrin
crs. who came to Miami for a cere-
nonial held here .Friday and Sat
The plana put off from Miami at
1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, and
10 miruUes out at sea an accident
occurred which 4 broke the pro
peller. The machine alighted In
the gulf stream about JSmiles
Cfom Miami. The waves splashed
igh and the men worked desper
ately for hours, baling out the boat
as it slowly bucked a heavy wind,
and it was not until long after
dark tnat tney laxiea siowiy into
the reef. The Keeper or the light-
Tttftd fca glsrtoas fiwJIir that
wna a aiaar, vase, ready eeas-
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was wise in the ways of life. His philosophy was
of the practical sort that meets everyday problems. He saw that the, part
which money plays in most people's lives is a very important one.
By taking to heart good common sense rules, always living on less than his
"t. ; v- . i. ...... x
income and getting the most from the money he spent, he mastered his own
financial problems,; and he knew what he was talking about when he gave
these old truths interest and meanf ng through,; his picturesque philosophies
and savings. , , 1 ' v
National Thrift Week, which begins January 17, Franklins birthday, offers
ah opportunity not only to honor this great American, but to profit by carry
ing out in a practical way his Jeachings iri the art of living and the use of money.
A growing savings account should be a part of everyone's, financial arrange
ments. If yort are not a regular saver follow Franklin's advice about living on
less than ypu earn by opening and keeping up a savings account, : , '
Americaii Natiorial Bank
house there provided for
i ne phot, meonamriiin and a
fro Helper at the lighthouse p
for Blmini Id a small boat Su
Ihey reached Bimlni five hours 1
inter, and the yacht Seagull started
for Great Isaacs light that niKht.
Unable to make a landing because
of the heavy seas .the yacht an
chored for the nlftht and brousrht
tho three par.engcrs to Blmini tills
Werd of their rescue was relayed
to Miami late Sundsy n:snt by
vireir uy iie liniisii naval cruisoi
lying trff Ktmini. The
message was indefinite, however,
and it was ln-lieved here that the
Constance had siihted and inis
takenhe Columbus, which was
due to arrive at Rimini Sunday 1
nignt in . search fur the Inst plana
It was not until this morning, when
another plane was dispatched to
Bimini, that all doubt as to the
safety of -the men was removed. '
ENTERS HOME WHEN
FAMILY IS AWAY
(Sl-W ruretoowfrao. r tihrnllt ilml
MARrfTlAUL, Jan. 161. While
all the family were at church Sun
day night Rome one entered Judge
J. H. White's home and took a dia
niond ring and gold watch, both -of
which belonged to Mrs. White. The
ring was valued at $150. Tho watch
was valued very highly, not only
for Its Intrinsic value, but also be
cause it had belonged to Mrs.
W hite s grandmother.
Chief , of Police Powell
Sheriff Bailey were notified as soon
as the theft was discovered. They
phoned Sheriff Lyerly"s office In
Ashev-yie and In leas than three
hours had the blood,hounds here
on the trail of the miscreant. The
dogs soon struck a trail that led
across the river over the lower
bridge. The dogs could not carry
the trial beyond a certain location
'No arrests have yet been made
250 Pimples, 736 Blackhead
and 3 Boils!
No reward Is offered, because they
are lost forever! No question will be
asked, except one -question. "How
did you lose them 7 ' There Is but one
answer, "I cut out new fad treat
ments and guesswork; I used one of
the most powerful blood -cleansers.
blood-purifiers 'a n d flesh-builders
known, and that la 8. S. B.l Now my
pmniaii, in j "Kin uttf n
rose, my cheeks are filled out and my
rneumausm. too, i gone! - This win
be your -experience, too. If yon try S.
8. B. It la guaranteed to be mm11
vegetable In all Its remarkably eff
ftive medicinal. Ingredients. . 8. 8. 8.
trmn. tiAW hlatnrv tnr vm. nm njtw
onl a S. 8. Is sold at aU drug stores
in two sixes. The larger sue is Urn
"EVERYBODY'S BANK" .
4 Ptfr Cent on Savings and Certificates of Deibsit
' SPEND TIME AND MONEY WISELY. . .
Says Officials Should
Stay on the Job and
Quit Stump Speaking.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 1. Offi
cials of the shipping hoard Were
described today as prfTpafrandlsts
by .Senator King, democrat, Utah,
w)u said President Harding ought
to tell them to stay on the Job and
run the board. The Utah senator
asserted that" officials of the board
were engaged in "stirring up senti
ment for a subsidy." and declared
the time had come for "stump
speaking to stop."
Mr. King made his attack during
discussion of a measure to give the
board authority to acquire a site
in the irgin islands tor a ruei sia-
tlon and fresh waiter reservoir
"I wish," he said., "that Mr. Las
ker and the .others on the board
would devote some time to the ad
ministration of their affairs. That
is their duty, rather than spread
ing propaganda. Every few days
we read of some one of the officials
making a speech in favor of gov
ernment subsidy, continually and
Incessantly stirring up sentiment
favorable to asubsidy."
Their actions, tfie senator con
tinued, have become a menace to
the procpr direction of affairs.
He added, however, that those
who hitherto had been at the helm
of the board were "no better" than
those now in charge.
"Why do we permit such propa
ganda?" Mr. King queried. "Those
meji are traveling about the coun
try, taking tho Btump and urging
action on policies with which many
of us in congress do not agree. I
am constrained to say tb Presi
dent ought to tell them to stayon
URGE CAPTAINS OF
FINANCE TO HEU?
CKW TORK, Jan. 16. "When
captains of finance along Wall
streel win the confidence of the
American people and make them
feel that 'the music of the clink
of gold across their counters is not
so sweet as the national antliem,' '
thev, according to Jamea Rj Shef
field, president of the Union
I.e,Truc club, will have dono a
great' service to tho American
Mr. Sheffield's appeal to finan
ciers was made tonight In an ad
Cress "the soul of Wall street," be-
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... "7 T.ril . . I nnnaj.
1 HO. ,laillU V11 OlICVL Id I.UIIDIU-
tred In m&oy-sectlons of the coun
try with reproach, Mr. Sheffield
"I'egardlcss of who is respon
sible,' the speaker continued, "1
THE "ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, TUESDAY
COLLECTIONS FQRIHAVt REASON T0H
MEAR AST fund
Campaign in 482 Sunday
Schools of State
HALKIG H. Jan
1. Col lections
taken up in 482 North Carolina
Sunday schools yesterday for the
Near East relief are beginning to
come into the headquarters of the
Southern Presbyterian church in
Richmond, according to advices re
ceived from Dr. R. E. Magill. scc-
reary-treasurer of the Presbyter
a n inmmiltA nf nnhlif t Uin. hV
Coionei oorge H. Bellamy?
chairman of the Near East relief,
These Sunday schools have a to
tal enrollment of 65.000 pupils. Dr.
Magill declared. In Virginia 480
Sunday schools having 60,009 pu
pils were appealed to and In South
Carolina 233 Sunday schools with
a total enrollment of 30.000.
Dr. Magill himself visited the
stricken Bible lands to see condi
tions for himself and on his re
turn reported to the Presbyterian
leaders. The result was not only,
unqualified endorsement by nearly
every Presbyterian synod that has
met since, but the decision of
church leaders to make thia sep
arate appeal for Colonel Bellamy's
North Carolina is asked this yeari1'' nd supported in their efforts
to rals 1200,000 to keep alive 3,
34 orphans In the Old North
State's five separate orphanages at
Trebizond. a port on the Black flea
These children would die like- flies
but for the aid North Carolinians
the parents of some were killed
In the WoMd war; the parents of
others were murdered during
Turkish depredations because ethey
refused to renounce Christ and be
come Mohammedans. February 12
to 26 has" been set as the dates for
the campaign In North Carolina.
Josephue Daniels is honorary state
Is rot good for America that this
prejudice prevails. .
"Somehow, some way, the peftple
must bo made to see that you are
Americans before you are bank
era: that as stockholders in
big American fnterprise we call
government, you Intend to voti
youi one share for broad politics
and fit men, and are wiling to
even become directors In the new
"They must learn that, In spite
of crooks and scalawags who come
here, generally from elsewhere
thai; New York, the financial dis
trict of New York Is a place when
bad and reckless financial practice
in torporate management is never
rewarded and never condemned.
MORNING, JANUARY 17,
In Letter to Chamber of
i;i:nrvr: i in tc ivci-
'dent Harding in a letter read at
the annual dinner tonight of the
Reading chamber of commerce, de
clared the American people have
"every reason to cultivate the most
Intelligent understanding and defi
nite Informed opinions regarding
affairs which Involve our relations
to the rest of the world."
' Declaring he had been Informed
that the chamber of commerce at
its dinner was "to consider the
conference on limitation of arma
ment and ila arlous implication in
relation to our country and to the
International relationships of the
woi'ld." the President added:
"It is a deep satisfaction to note
the interests organisations such as
your own ate taking In these Is
sues. We have as a people every
reason to cultivate the most intel
ligent understanding and definite.
Informed opinions regarding af-l
fairs which involve our relations to
the rest of the world. It tbe past
we have not been under the neces
sity lo devote much specialized at
tention to these: but In tho present
tate of the world your public ser
vants will find themselves eniour
along thee lines if they note a de
veloplng co-operation and interest
among the people.
"So I am glad of the opportunity
to point out to a group of Influ
ential Americans that the confer
ence, though its labors are not yet
complete, has already rerorded a
great accomplishment fn puttlng-a
detlnito end to costly naval compe
tition ad In the prohibitions re
garding certain Inhuman method
ofwarfare, I feel confident that no
obstacles will be placed In the way
of Just agreements affecting prin
ciples and policies in the Orient
while the pact that has lieen ne
gotiated relating to the Pacific
region contains guarantoes of the
utmost value for future peaccln
I "Inasmuch as determination of
some of these elemental political
relntloiiHliips is a vital preliminary
to the great task of economic re
habilitation throughout the world.
It Is gratifying to feel most hopeful
that the settlements to be arrived
at in Washington will be helpful
in aiding that economic restoration
which is so essential to the good
fortune of all peoplea?" ,
EXUME sBODY AND
FIND NECK BROKEN
Four Guilty Conspiracy
BILOXI, Miss, Jan, 16 As a re
sult of a police Investigation into
the presence of a Cuban fishing
smack, reported to have been' rum
laden, off Hog Key, near Rhl Is
land last week, four Bllo.xl men
were found culltv todav of having;
conspired to bring liquor into Mls-(
. The mea found guilt are Eddie
Moran. Harold Moran. Maurice
TVtoran and J. Kennedy. They were
sentenced to pay fines of 125 and
serve 60 days In Jail. Tho men
were arrested In connection with
the alleged smuggling, but six of
tlilm were released.
It was Alleged that the men
mad." the trip to the Cuban ves
sel and transported the liquor to
FUIosi. Nearly 100 cases of whis
key were said to have made up the
There vere no developments to
night In re.tard to the finding of
two bodies bc'.teved by tho police
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Kentucky Udy TelU How She'
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RceoWnendt . Cardui '.
to Weak Women.
Mount Vernon, Ky. Mrs
thla VanhookY formerly of Stan
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that' after her third child was bom,
she undertook to resume her,
housework too soon, "and this
caused me a great deal of trouble."
"I began to feel weak and all
played out not myself at all." as
Mrs. Vanhook describes her condi
tion. "For about six weeks I was
!just a nervous wreck. I had to
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Very soon I saw t Improvement
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Cardui to weak and run-down lady
' Thousands of women praise Car
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, This mild, harmless," vegetable
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ypttr druggists sells Cardui, j
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c been members of the crew
i Cuban vessel, which have
washed ashore. One of them
d In Friday morning and was
burled after an' attempt at identl-
1 flcatlon proved futile. Sunday
! morning another body was found
icast upon the shore by the tide
.. i. i i...
itlltl V IIVIl t IIIIIIOl J I'll . BH ltl.1
It was found that the neck ot the
man had been broken. When this
discovery was made the tmdy of
the first man was exhumed and it
was also found that Ins necl; had
l'Jeral agents ate making an
in estigatton and it was said to
night that every angle of the af
fair, including an alleged fight
w ith tile crew of the fishing smai k.
would be investigated.
That is what Asheville
folks say about
Final showing Today,
10:45 a. m., 12:35,
2:25 p. m., 4:15, 6:05,
7:55, 8:45 p. m.
Admission to 6 p. m.
40c? Children 25c.
After 6 p. m. 55c
Jwcdncsday - Thursday
fobertson - Cole
L'.k who here
) cross-eye, in
iffv "ty, Jan. 21
Prices: Matinee 75c,
Night 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
ets on tale Thursday, at
Goode'a Drug Store"""
p i in
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. Kore-
North Carolina Unsettled and
prfiahly r!n Tuesday: warmer In
north and wt; Wednesday, rain.
South Carolina Unsettled -with
Matinee and Night TOMORROW
Seats now telling at Goode't Drug Store. Evenings 50c
to $2.50; Matinee 50c to $2.00.
II 111 B-Ml
A GoMtoy Drama By Dodson Mitcuhl?
Which ran for 6 months at the Attor Theatre, New York,
doming here with Original Cast Intact
THE BI.ACKFACE COMKDY
"The Haunted House"
HIMPS DAITON PAtL HCOTt
AL BARLOW AND Ills
SI STYWSII STEPPEnS
Matinee, t:0 lie IBe
Night, 7:0-l....!o To All
Aft. and Eye:
LAST TIMES TODAY
JBME L.LA4KY pajSINTl fJ
"You Used to Be Prince"
And now merely a rich young
But against tfieso eandld words of his
friend was tho boundless faith of a girl:
"Maybe you are a prince."
Maybe ho was! You'll know. when
you've seen this heart-warming picture.
IMPERIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA A YD PTPE ORG AX
'Five Days to Live'
OF THE DAY
Matinee 10c and 20c
Nights 10c and 30c
Pure Sherry Jell. Use one tablespoon in
one pint, Extra Fine Pearl Onions, made
in Holland. Visit Our Basement Depart
ment for low prices on canned goods.
EDWIN C. JARRETT
12 North Pack Square and City Market.
We bake everything the home made way.
probably rain Tuesday and Wfdnes. -
Tennessee Unsettled and some-
what warmer and probably Tuesday z
and Wednesday, cloudy, colder in
1:30 P. M.
Geo. M Cohan
Mildred Harris .
2 reel "Western,"
10c and 20c
10:30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
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