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WESTERN SENTINEL, WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, JULY 23. 1920
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P"1 " wan trvlns
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. frionda are satd to
I . .. .k miiitirv authi
fc defense would be made
W . ,4 that iia nv 1
tittered in me
i,prt as u clewrter.
cf Erwin Bergtioil w not
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fed been expecting It for HU
Lppeared In May. 1818, at-
ling to aniwer van ,u
This 's a year anor uiui
'n jii hin nlriar brother.
L i deierter from the army
' .t m rnntnrA tha notor
ial evaders has been unre-
6erch lea to mesico,
vorv section of tha
c..Ac Ho warn tha mOat
If the four Bergdoll brothers
tier car rarer, breaking a reC-
litif ion mile rairmouni rare
id rivaled ue J'aima as an ex-
m terror to
Is and pen est nans on tne su
roads aroumi rnuaaeipnia. .-
Ied Hint 500 Copies Would
inn 125 Kuril: 125.000 Mo.
Ir Vehicles in Carolina
Igti, July 21. Difficulties that
tlte way of having the di
et automobiles printed this
ill pause the secretary Of state
the special session Of the
leaemoly to repeat the law
kuirei Ita publication, It Is
The statute wai passed ,t
II teflon of the legislature,
p' one aireetory has been pUb-
Mr'B rtiiprtnrv nnM ,.
bin 1,000 pages, and would
ktr'i name, make of' vehlala
outer data. The stata print
httei that It WOUM CnnlllM
rk of four linotype operators
eini nours a day for 80
days to art uo tha riiran.
,d Evveral wpplti lnno-a a
hi bind the edition,
fcepartment contemplated the
uon oi ouo copies of tha dl-
wnicn would cost tha atata
111. These would ha ratailarf
to municipalities and indl
who need them. It would
staff of 25 clerks In tha da.
lit several weeks yet to com
ic preparation of copy for tha
f, and It la believed that the
could not be gotten out ha.
Nary 1, 1921, by which time
fctory would be reaching the
pate printers have had un-
pmciuties keeping up with tha
quired by the various ilinnrt.
land are now working on the
Muuniai oi tne last session
Keneral nwipmhiv n,hinh
10 bp rpnrl,, m
that this work would hava
'iracKea and the Journal's
Hon indefinitely postponed If
ictory were lusuaif in
fy aervice to automobile own-
lUie IMte. .
ush aon of licensing auto-
K.ucauy passed, with
Of 111.00(1 lixsn... 1.
V lP totaling nearly $2,000,-
ior licenses are atlll
at th rate of about tot
or aoout one-tenth of tha
" carried by automobiles.
fc POPl UTION IS
"rURTED TO BE ll.SOS
otte, Julv 51 TV.
!ool children in the county
larger than in the city par
" 01 DODulatlnn
h compiled at the afflce of
rnntendpnt nr i
r on the population of tha
r,,y announced by the
ti' PPulation. according
fol population of th. city ia
I,!,;:;1 w"" or me
hl!5which elude all
rtonua towns of the coun-
K, Population of . tha
k7,c """ !
bt . """" cuy
i i I4.8lt, of
wnite and ,!
h l democratic
ie.; ?' .oa mid in
1J .v ir-8""'. Aug.
,"ra et this
P for T""' cn"
lj . ensuinv
ill" mke deflnita
f Lata "
w .""ng of th
ir V at th.
- we rirst
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SET FOR AUGUST
7TH, AT DAYTON
Nominee Will Then Begin His
campaign in the Central
And Eastern States
TO MEET IN SEPTEMBER
While Cox la In The .East ftoomvelt
wm jm in Heat and Tbon They
Change Territory; Aggreaslro
CampaUm PUnned; Leaden
Confldont of Outcome
, Columbug, O., July it. Tha'een
tral and eastern states win comprise
tha initial speaking forum of Gov
ernor Cox, Democrats Cat bearer,
according to tehUtive plana an
nounced today. Almost immediate
ly after his notification, now set for
August 7, at Dayton, the governor
plana to apend the last three weeks
in August in the state and than start
a western tour early1 in September,
It also was announced that the
vice presidential nominee. Franklin
1. Roosevelt, probably would tour
the west, Including the Pacific coast
states, while Governor Cox is in the
east. Mr. Roosevelt then will trans
fer his activities to the east while
his chief ia .west,'-1;-
Itinerary plans were gone over
hurriedly today by George White,
former Ohio congressman, chosen
yesterday as Democratic national
xne uemocratio campaign was
nearly under full sail today, with a
new captain and manager. George
White, a former Ohio congressman
and assistant manager of tha Cox
campaign, was eleoted yesterday.
succeeding Homer S. Cummings, of
"Fair weather and strong Demo
cratic tides" were leaders' predic
tions today, as many returned home
to organise local campaigns. Ex
pressions of confidence of results
when the final flag falls were general.
, Governor Cox, Chairman White
and Treasurer Walter Wilbur, of
Iowa, and others met today to out
line organisation details, authorised
by the national body; location of
several - major headquarters; ar
rangements for notification cere
monies and finances. Early an'
hounoemsnta were planned, lnclud
lng definite dates for the notifications
of Governor Cox and Franklin D.
Roosevelt, his running mate, set for
August 1 and 9, respectively. The
interval of time, it was hoped,
would enable visitors at Governor
Cox's notification at Dayton to
reach Mr. Roosevelt's home at Hyde
Park. N. T. .
; Campaign policies also are be
coming crystallized as a result of the
national committee's meeting and
Governor Cox'e address in which he
charged the Republicans with rais
ing a. campaign fund "sufficient to
starrer the sensibilities of the na
tion." and demanded continuance of
the Senate campaign expenditures
investigation, promising frequent de
tailed Democratic statements of
financing. '-'.-. ''
Altho Democratic leadera appear
agreed that the League of Nations
has a. predominant campaign piace,
they expect Governor Cox and oth
er party orators to press the parallel
the governor drew in nis aaarvss ye
terdav in which he pictured the Re
publicans and their oandldatea as
the champions or reaction, mm
Democrats those or progress.
After disposing of campaign de
tails, Governor Cox plans to secure
a brief week-end rest by returning
within a day or two to his home at
Dayton and next week he hopes to
begin work in earnest on ms aweevii
of acceptance. .
TFAf!HERS WILL STUDY
TOBACCO AT GRAIN v lL,L,m
Thirty-Four Will Go From State
College inmmor nonoot u urn
vllle Tobaot'o Test Farm
Raleigh,' : July II. Thirty-four
teachers of vocational agriculture,
who are attending the summer
school at State College, will spend
July 21 and 14 at the Granville To
bacco JTest Farm. ' Oxford, for the
purpose of studying Improved meth
ods of growing tobacco. The group
of teachers will make the trip in au
tomobiles leaving here early Friday
morning.-. Accompanying the party
will be Roy H. Thomas, State Super
visor of Agricultural Education;
rrof, Leon E. Cook, t the Depart
ment of Vocational Education; Prof.
2. P. Metcalf, of the Department of
Zoology, and Dr. F. A. Wolf, Plant
Pathologist for the North Carolina
"The school will be held for the
purpose of giving the teachers of
agriculture 'Intensive Instruction in
all phases of tobacco growing," ac
cording to Roy H. Thomas, at whose
request the school Is being conduct
ed. Tobacco growing is the most im
portant money crop in many of the
communities in which the agricul
tural schools are located, .and this
Instruction will give the teachers in
formation that will enable them to
make their schools of greater service
to the tobacco growers of their re
spective communities. This is the
first school of ita kind in the south
held exclusively for teachers of agri
culture, j '. , . '
Leading experts in tobacco culture
will give the Instruction. The Test
Farm, will offer i an excellent oppor
tunity for practical Instruction. All
steps in tobacco culture will be cov
ered, -Including seed- beds, preparation-
of sola, fertilising, planting,
cultivation, control of Insects and
diseases, harvesting, curing, market
ing and field atudles of fertiliser
plotf, Varieties, distance of plant
ing, etc ; l - .- ..' ,
FIXES ' IMPOSED ON
STANLY COTJNTT JAILER
ARE VERY BITTER
Funeral of Man Slain At Jail
Largely i Attended; Sheriff
Graham, N. C, July 11. An Im
mense crowd attended the funeral
here today of James Ray, shot sjd
killed near- the Jail here Tuesday
night, where state troops were pro
tecting three negro prisoners, held
in connection with an attack on a
white woman . ' - .: v
A coroner's Jury rendered ft de
cision yesterday that Ray came to
his death by a bullet fired by an un
identified member of the Durham
militia company, A number of Wit
nesses testified that : soldier fired
without provocation and that there
were no masked men about the Jail,
as stated by members of the militia
company. Feeling here against the
soldiers Is bitter,
Sheriff Storey stated today that If
the Identity of person or persons who
fired the shots that killed Ray and
wounded Clem Bradshaw and Willie
PhtlUpa was established they would
be prosecuted. -Ray
leaves a widow and five ohil
dren. . ; .
CAMPS IN THE STATE
s6uth' 9re&tcii underselling storetiiiiuii
ga ' la any
to one) hun
bags Or more
iia i j y.M
m sv m t. m m r
436-438 Liberty SU 437-445 Trade St 112 West Fifth St.
shipment . of
Ulgh , grado
dies, , fun . lb.
fd, extra spe
ciai at, box,,
Teri Golden Money-Saving Hours Tomorrow
. " 30c . 15
Muslin . 0. N, T.
38 V, Inches Crochet
Wide at yd. Cotton at
Farm and Homo Domonstration
Ascnts Glvo the Youngsters a
Good Time , ,
Raleigh, July 21. The most in
teresting feature of the Home Dem
onstration work In North Carolina,
at present according to Mrs. Jane
MeKlmmon, its director, are the sum
mer camps which the county demon
stration agents are holding for the
girls of the communities which they
supervise. Sometimes kindly dispos
ed individuals will lead a fishing
club tor the outing, or more gener
ally, the youngsters choose any con
venient spot, preferably near water,
and proceed to enjoy themselves
there. These camps usually run for
about five days. Often the) camps
are held in conjunction with the farm
demonstration agent of the county
who brings along the little boys that
have : been under his supervision,
who add considerably to the general
gaiety of the occasion.
It Is the aim of both the farm and
home agents that these camps should
be, in a way. Instructive, as well as
recreational. So In the forenoons the
children are taught something
"light,'1, the little glrhs basketry or
sewing or millinery or personal hy
giene, and the little boys the me
chanism of a aasoltne engine, or con
struction of poultry houses, or oat
pentry or other fanrm ; operations.
Then, in the afternoon,, the young
sters do about what they please.wlth
general supervision from the agents,
and at nights -there are entertain
ments of different sort. The nura-
ber of ehildren who go on these
camping expeditions range from B0
to 100. They are the club slrls and
boys of the community, and tb,e
authorities consider that this yearly
expedition vitalizes the club-work
July and August are the months In
wnicn most or tne camps are neia;
and this summer oamps are to be
conducted In fifty or more counties,
The communities where home
demonstration work goes welt are
now much interested In preparation
for the community county and state
fairs which will be held in the fall,
and where the housewifelearns by
comparison of her products with
those of others how to improve her
methods. Mrs. MeKlmmon lffbks to
a very successful succession of fairs
thla fall. ,
Albemarhle, July 10. Tom Ma
nees, Stanly oounty Jailor, was be
fore' the recorder's court yesterday
on several chargea . There were two
charges of assault with deadly
weapon, which assaults, are alleged
to have occurred on the streete of
Albemarle on Sunday morning; two
charges of speedlng.-one charge for
being drunk la a public place and
another charge of operating an au
tomobile while being intoxicated. A
fine of $! and the rosts was Im
posed in the case ef operating a car
arniia hain intnvicaiad and Judg
ment was suspended upon payment
WAKE COUNTY LEADS IN
NUMBER STATE BANKS
Of The S36 la North Carolina Wake
Haa Twenty) Robeson Conies
Next With Fifteen
Raleigh, July ll.Inaane oflrbes
of the stats bank examiners there
a large corporation cafiimlssion ma
of North Carolina, dtftueTwIth White!
and blue-beaded rfis. Eaflti pin I
represents a sutarbank. Tly arel
as evenly dlstrlbarted as tho tly had
been ' scatteredrby an fr hand,!
prompted by A mind tnt vMhted to
allatht no Oi
Examine Latham eJValsed th
there war on Ju nVsmundri
and thirt-tlx ataUTAnka in No
Carolina On taK diejk thers
eighty-fife Natl.fciaV biks.
Wakecountya6to(J the nuber
of staff banks, lthlwenty, Jrvhlle
Robesol is secoad, with' tteen.
JohnstJn is fourthwith tweJFe, and
Meckleliburg Is flfoV with ytna.
. Threfc counties irNortJf Carolina
have nl banks at ail. Thjr are Cam
den anil Curiituok inJthe extreme
easternart of the staJe and Graham
in the eVreme wejtr This doee not
mean, howjyerlfat they are- desti
tute of financial interests. They are
especially Currituck and Camden
rich counties, but do their banking
business in adjacent counties and
.towns and to some extent in Nor
folk, outside of the. state of Nor,th
SELL CANNED MEAT
Millions of Dollars Worth Pur
chased For Soldiers, To Be"
Sold at Pre-War Prices
Washington, July 11. As an ef
fort to reduce the high cost of liv
ing, it waa announced today by the
war department that 'millions ; of
dollars worth of canned meats bow
held by the department in 'vasious
storage houses Would be thrown
upon the market at less than pre
.The meats, which will be offered
for domestic consumption exclusive
ly, are stored in every section of the
country and will be disposed of thru
wholesale and retail stores from one
and of the country to the other. The
department announced it - had en
Hated the service of CO.Ofte , post
master bankers and mayors.
The canned meats consist of corn
beef hash, roast beef and bacon.
"The canned meats are the best
that the American packers could
prepare. . Their quality la the high
est They were packed under gov
ernment supervision and the war
department is standing back of ev
ery can at ita various depots," the
announcement said. - - . . . j
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Another day that will bring the crowds to the city's greatest bargain event for we
have made new preparations New bargain surprises manufacturers overstocks have
made their way into nearly every department of the store. Buying now means that
you will save big money on everything you need Come.
50c ' 23c
Jiffy Rub- Slidewell
ber Baby Collars
ber Pants at at
Manufacturer!' Unloading Sale
WOMEN'S OXFORDS Worth to $14.00
Women's Oxfords Worth to $13
De sir able
and very '
these M a-
with military -heels.
slsoa, Kpexilul :
Women's Pumps Worth To J2.00
Black KM Co
lonial 1 u m
hefl. All slsew,
Hot Id leafher,
Women s Pumps Worth to $9
Welt mado '
Black Theo $ -'m ia. 39
TIC Pumps '""'V
wearing .Wv J
- - -
" Misses' $6.50 Pumps
Splendid models til good qunllty
duU oaU leaUier. '..-. . ( q QQ
ipH!lal at. J O e70
Men's Ofords Worth
i 50c Pepsodent Tooth QH g
e, at OI v
1 -r..'- - .. 'MM X
I 1 Ttt Past
I . I I i . r -.. ' tA II
J-h 1 ' I ff II Color-Rite all Colors, 1 fiJI I
r .!: . i i a . I .
To. $11.00 5C3UT..8c
Dark Tn ' , , Wiliams' Shaving OAn
n i r h e r ljy y ' Crlm, at .;,....
U 77T77Z 5 5"cl)aggett&Ras.Q7rt
' wth jfif delllCold Creamat 6 1 C
' last, -, -All" ; fh i -' I
1 1 ac i'1 6el8 37 c I
V Men's Oifards Worth to $9.00 T'fa.Mc
W AW . . WWtX SBBslsBsBsMsssaawasMssaMslwasaMs.
lee O .
v fordu, K w g
H s h at y I r.
8txTlal at. . .
MKnmw' Barefoot Saodabv worth' QQ g
to 11.15, at iiOC
Men's Oxfords Worth To $14.00
K a ngnroo.
w Inert. All
, WORTH TO SH.00, ,
1 1 ah style.
Pol id teeth-
er. All Mr en.
m m f
af laaes' Patent Pumps, & 4 QQ
worth to tT.se. .. . . OvatO
Special at . ......
At 3 for ........
Libbyjs Evap. Milk
Grandma Washing QJL
Powders, at .J2l
Arm and Hammer C Q g
Soda at 5 for ......601
Uneeda Biscuits, H g
Special at I t
50c Tetley's Tea, Q H g
lb. at ....04 t
Large Lemmons, O O
At 10 for 01
sic Princine Baking ()H n
Powders, 1 lb. Lii t
SOf Nile Brand Calf. OA
Peaches, at can . . . . m V C
MEN'S SUITS WORTH TO $27.50
Snmrt New Sulla lust reeentlv n.
'lianHl from leading iiiakera are the
Nulla that Gllniers are offering; lit
this great shIu. Palm Beai'h. Molialr
and Cool Cloth Sulfa In styles and
pattern that men and young aiea
u wenr with prl.le and satiahio
Hon, All Imm, 8mh-Iu! at ,
- Worth to $34.Stt
We ire NOT offering gurm
laxt SeaMin's left -over slut k these
suns are brand new, a ml 1 Oil sea
sun's styles and nututistila. , lliurh.
grade Cool Cloth KulT hand-tall.
wird, In mixtures, mM colors and
Stripes. ,AII alte. W.iH'iul at
Worth to $32.50
Ilnnil-Uillored Sulfa In sent.
dmeros, wormeds and flnnnetM, In
colors. Btiiitea and neat nilx
, Both faney and couserrativt'
liiutlula NiMM'lal t : -
r 1 f tin'. 1 v jw , s 1
$i.50 Ping" Silks
It InclH wl good heavy, soft
lusJIty. ntf'1 . Q,
It inches wUlo, In all p QQ
wanted colors, at yd. JJX fO
. Silk Taffeta
fine soft qualify Silk Taffeta, It
Inches wide, In all p QQ
III newest colors stO
. Silk Taffeta
ExoepUonal quality Blaok Wlk
raffeta, lliehes P O QQ
.lile, atard .M&OV
59c Long Cloth
Extra floe sofa quality, OQ
IA tiH'liee wlile, nt yard, .OtV
71 Inches, wide, heavy qualify. In
attractive, 'pattern, 48
Wack faffeta Silk
Rxeeptioiially good qualify Blexk
raffeta Hilk. Inches C 1 QQ
wide, at yard....... J7X tOi
$2 Georgette Crepe
it Incbee wide, splendid qnallty,
In aU waated colors, I? Q
it yard )i X 7
f 2 Crepe ie Chine
rioe quality of Silk Crepe de
Chine, o La. wide, in J Q
ill waated colors, yd. O J. JtCj
Adding More New Arrivals to This ; '
Sale of Summer Dresses
( Values to $18.00
Several new hist unpsek. $
etl purchaaos froia over.
1 1 o 0 k e d nisnufscturers
and JuNt la time for the
wannest days tr the sum.
nief a wonderful variety
of charming new models
faney - tolles, : foulard
voiles and light and dark
color ooinlrtnaUons plain
effeola, ruffled ' tnodols, ,
tunbio, shirred and oilier
new atyk. Valuta so .
noiiieillng , tliat you'll
want at least two of them
when yoi see tliem IS.M
- ' Continuing The Sale of
Values to- $32.50
Bigh grade d res il
ea selected from
onr own higher
prkwd sloek to
gether with sev
that e press l lie
of fine georgette,
crepe de chine
and newest sailna.
mud with beads,
taeks. silk r
braids and cords,
etc All the new
est colon. . . .
Women's tf.SO.WakU bUrU.
Chllds 43.59 Heeawa
CliUds $S15 Presses ............
. saatetaHssaaw' Iff I V t '.
..i;.. ..ti.ts . j y, i
of the cost oa the other
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