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7::;3tcn'-c.! ' n. c. tu: aw, july 27, k
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VProposal For Arm. -
Jnition By Allies
I MakeTsuclT Suggestion
,f la Predicament
(j, i the house of
M lodnf, conttrmed
ttat the Russian soviet
laent tad Bl1t'
Jrert Britain's proposal
We conference In ton
Mwceti the soviet and the
t&gipA in hostile ac
lalnst the Soviets, or aup-
each action. '
July 86. The" Proposal by
lias (ovlet government for a
ce in Umdon with- all the
reported in last night' dis
wlU be the subject, of ah ex
it views between France and
Mate, ft 'Possible that
Lloyd George and Millerand
t during the present week
tusion ot Hie reply to be
Moscow. ,", , , -
ed here the soviet govern-
s aelied th allied demand
armistice with Poland as a
Sor a return to the' original
impaiffn ton official recogni
Jhe Moscow government -and
I circles In Paris regard the
r as a skillful one which has
feme of the allies, particular. -ie,
In delicate position.
k has not ceased to consider
Inmtnt ah Irregular one,
foiled by the free will of the
taiid consequently dt has re-
ill action with reference to
that might even remotely be
jtd m recognition; '" ' -pointed
out . that .Premier
icorge spoke for all the al
fever, when he commuvswit
I the soviet authorities, do
i that they stop, the forward
-in, iw me ru'isii 4i -uncntr nuu
jhm to arrange an 'arnilKtka,
iIloed by a conference of
from all the countries bor-
GOV COX CAUGHT
IN A HAPPY MOOD
! I v
'V: il-ineetf Ad'--Di!
jr.;; i. V.hich V.'U t.l
Oa 'I! t D:ite
, 1'laiiUliu I). Koohi ii si.
This Is a. brand 'new picture of
Governor Cox's running mme, and
was takfn lrj. WaHh'inrtoii a few days
aco winl be im . e IconwlertriiiK
coniarrat ultiUoiis shouted at him from
windows-1n the navy department.
Xir. Koo' 't Iris boon istant sec
retary nf the navy since ,1 ill 8.
I'arton, O., July. 26. Sonator
Harcliug took an easier stride in hi
campaign work .today. .lie had a
few callers on his appointment list,
but most of the day he five over to
correspondence and recrea .-on. With
in a day or two ha expecta to be;, hi
preparation of his speech to ba made
here Sunday to a dele&atlon from
BAILEY LEA D3 IN RACE
ion covei:noh cf texac
Dallas, Texas. July 26. When
countlnK of ballots of tiaturdny's
Uemooratior primary ' was resumed
today, Joseph VVcldon liailey, former
United states senator from Texas,
wag leading his nearest opponent,
I'ut M. Nell', by approximately 5,000
voles for the gubernatorial nomina
tion.' . V" -."-'.:.. .
With 333.322 of the estimated to
tal vote of between 650,000 and tt00,
000 tabulated, the vote stood:
Bailey, 11 2,6o; Looney, 36.98S;
Keff, 107, m Thomason, 74,949.
A second primary will be hold
August 28. Political observers de
clare this will b necessary to decida
the gubernatorial content between
l.ailey and Neft and the races foi
nomination for lieutenant governor
and- justice of the state aupreme
court.. , v
f " f "
Wa-Unj-'Jon, July at!. I'nr; ' -t't.n by h Vn d tialos In any '.
ferenre by n preseulaihe-i ( C e l ii un anil a! 1 goxernn onls 1 V
In.? to a r-'foration of - e 1 to. rolmul and I'm s ''t f-ovcruti l
was rvr .. .. 'I hero (-' us I !Ti' ;.:.' but in tln ahviuv ot all but t 9
scant! t of 11 D devo!iim mo t ofiieln
dined to ;;.- l',o nmiu r. ' ,', .
rr.-Mjont WUr-on Is iiiiilerstood to lie kcrplng lit rloce personal lom-U
with the new I jinmrim ci i U am! Use (jiiestlon of American partlclpat n
Ju Uo I upose-.l confen !n w ill lie n.!y for his dvMon.
The i iiolis's today suited tliit nei otiadous were In progress reRMs U
Ing the time ami i-l.ico ln-twcn the P.'t -slan nd Tollh rcprewiitatlvetj,
but no I 11 mat Ion had come from the American embassy or (he IWht-h
foreign oilioc t'. nt Iluv U had f Kfriteted conference of allied, (tovern
in, in.-t. " ' .. ."".!,'."..,. .''''.' '' ''''"'.':''''
Amcrlcn'a peculiar Interest In the welfare and perpetuity of the
Polish government, It was arRiiel, inlrh't make It diiiicult for her to re
main oiiinIcIo tho' conferencct notwhh-iUindlnj the constant manner In
which she has refused to enter into r ltd Ions with the aovtct resliue. S '
G?.ANI) JIIIIY I.OO..S INTO
ifl in poiutoal Circles here, i
im-c miiy oe iorcea into a
where she will be broufrht
ifXA thm artiatAfai hut O ' .In. !
fce will do so only after due
pnm given mat tne ; kus
iga debt will be paid. . , .
jPoles MuM Disarm
a. July W.It is reported in
illy reliable quarters here
flrst (tlpulation the Bolshe
I require of the Poles before
I toto peace negotations will
pe Poles disarm completely,
I th negotiationi mitfht not
jtogain time or to await the
jot Prejich or British .retp
wils. , . ,
NrnilnsiOB at' Warsaw "
(w, July 25 Nineteen mem-
pecle:i firitish . and
nilmions, sent here to . look
nd iDilnary situation and
r with the government au
I trrlved in Warsaw today
I remainder of the day: was
f official calls and visit-
ffllon is heaoed iyr Jules
! ch-Wb8dorr Jto
f Suteawho i la .Europe
t,b8enc,?' and . Lord
r0B. British embassador to
J"?.1" L Effect July 2
ttI ?,r-Th Pe con-
II m.Ihegln "t. Barano
b '8 .Tthw8t of "Mos
l,L. 'he rmlstiBce will
(jf .?fori .boundary Hne
; vatH VJa. - . j .
; ABOUT READY I'
Vim . t ... H ::
ahic ,Zt oftDma Jloday
I mIth renc wlth Gen.
I JUrtinea, coramaBd.r
trJX" .r his
ke M Mvlees- re-
R..u " mues
a l.i .J UK:....-..
WasMnrrton, July 26. The Dis
trict ,of Columbia grand Jury today
took up lnvesttRatlon-of alleged con
spiracy of, certain employes of the
war risk insurance bureau to de
fraud "disabled service men end their
dependents of compensation legally
dUI.V-'i-'ri-' :":' "'"".''.- f ''?..
Officials of the treasury secret ser
vice were prepared to lay before the
jury evidence they had obtained re
garding, the conspiracy by which it
has been stated that, scores, if not
hundreds, of veterans of the world
war were defrauded of considerable
sums of money. Ten persons al
roady have been arrested and It was
A: 1 V."ill Lv ie 1
rt tr it
I -ay ton, - O., July . Rouffh
drafting ot his address accepting the
Democratic, party's nomination for
president was the Immediate . task
today of Governor Cox following
completion of major plans for the no
tlflcaUon 'ceremonies August " 7.
These, it ha been decided, will' be
at the Montgomery fair' grounds in
this city, Instead of at Trail End,
the governor's home, In order to ao
commodate crowds expected.
: ; Altho ; Governor jCo ; had : many
Important features of . his , address
outlined mentally he had on his desk
today formidable piles of data, in
cluding" many volunteer suggestions
to digest, lie planned to lock him
self in hi library and. 'It possible,
Bend his address to the printer by
Trn r; imn,!
1 1 : ? i iiit,.
todav that additional arrests mirht
result from the revelations , betora
Ih-e grand Jury. t -: , .
v.ojian e: ' '
. in af::il;
.:ae d ,
and ir8" Persons
mX nded to
of r-, ema11 town m
I p2aana.tanla- " five
I 'orcwl their wav
tt'!?n(wl'h the dirnri-heTry-"
Th Jths oc
. ; f - Melbourne.
"ilei rZl? 5 "Ports la ,f-
"f WUlk? to near future.
i . ." M te the Vr'.:3
V.'afrrf" .'.yNrtlT :.:.yf-i
r lioiaL .- eEue lo
L- ': of Cl er. czh . -
Washiimlon, July J6.'-r-The water
supply of more than JO. 000, 000 city
residents is .in Imminent danger of
becoming"difease-infected because of
the ' impossiblHty 'of' obtaining the
necessary, purifying . ehemlcals, . the
public health-service announced to
day. :';r'.i''f.J- V''.
Emergency Appeal , ha been , re
ceived by the service from 10. states
and. numerous city, hoards of health
it was said, for railroad priorities oh
the movement of alum and chlorine,
the chemicals largelyusAd In ridding
water, of dangerous disease-'germs.
Due to the congested traffic situation
the announcement said, an acuta
shortage of these' chemicals has ex
isted for several- months," and at one
of the largest chemical plants only
eight cars of raw material for' the
manufacture ot alum are being; re
ceived a month,. . althe'120 ears
monthly, are require. . -f - t
"Otlicers of the United States pub
lic health1 service view the situation
with .alarm, as do health officers
thruout the country," said Surgeon
General Cummings. "The summer
is always a critical, time in dealing
with water-borne dineases, for the
demands on munlcipal"water systems
are then so great, that usually every
available sourc of water.has to be
utl'ized." , ' '' '-'"'
Only a few Targe citiofl. Dr. Cum
minKS said, , have- , water supplies
which do j.bt'ueed to be artificially
piirinrd thru filteration withalum or
t..--iiifection With chlorine.
ON CHICAGO BUCKET
; Thlcaeo. July 26. Severe breaks
In the grai nand provisions market
todav accompanied disturbing fi
nancial and industrial developments
especially reports from the closing
down of a large motor enterprise on
account of inability to sell its pro
duct. W heat dropped as much as
ei.:ht cents a bushel and corn lit
hnnk reports about
ind'eated by secret service o cratlvPs ,.xt Friday, when Dayton's "home-
coraii'" amenities will be tendered
him. ; A 'non-partisan civic demon
stration is plunned . as a personal
tribute; , " ;. ' ;
-The only Interruption expected by
Governor Cox. In work on his h .iure-w
was a conference today or tomorrow
with .'Senator- Pomerene. of Ohio,
a member of the senate political ex
Denditures Investlirating commutes,
regarding continuance of its inquiry.
BtnhiiHssnilor to Germany, who prom
Ised to campaign vigorously and told
the governor that the went was a
particularly favorable field.
Chaltanooirn, Tcnn., July 26. T'e
body of a young woman, believed to
be a AIiss Hot-ton, ot tirandvlew,
Tenn., was found in a gulch near
Graysville, Tenn., late. Saturday, ac
cording to Information received here
today. . Indications were that the
woman had been dead for several
months. ; : . ' !: .'''. -
Miss Horton had been miBing
from Grandview, which is 25 miles
from Graysville, since April. -Itlentliictl
1 y Father .
Chattanooga, Tenn,, July 26 W.
B. Horton, of Grandview, Tenn., this
afternoon positively identified the
body of a young woman found in a
gulch near Graysville, Tenn., Satur
day night, as that of his daughter,
Katherine, a schoolteacher, who. left
home several months ago .following
an attack of influenza. Itj is believ
ed that the woman. despond-it and
weakened, wandered into the gulch,
lost her way, and died of hunger and
exposure. There were no evidences
of touljplay. ' .y" i'i,,'.
ABItIAN0PL!2 HAS . J-4:
BEEN TAKEN EY GREEICS
' -' ' if By Aolat(l Prws) -'- -'
Athens, Greece, July - 26. Adrl
anople fell to the Greeks thi even
ing, according to an official state
ment issued tonight. . ,i ,
King Alexander Intends to enter
Adrianople Monday, the statement
says. .''"' ' "-. ' '..;.;; j
PlTRTIAM LAOS WW I)t KLT.tva
WITH UJiEIiY I- A TAI KKSHA'S
Durham", July ' 26. Don Roszel,
seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
It. ' J. Roszel, of this city, shot and
probably fatally .wounded William
Jones, seven-year-old son of Mrs. 1
J. Jones, also of Durham, in a. play
duel at the Roszel home Saturday.
The Roszel boy used his father's
.SS caliber revolver, w hile the Jones
bov snapped the triusjer of his toy
piHtol. The bullet form the real n-A
volver passed entirely thru the Jones
boy's body. He is in the hospital..;
AFTFTl Tl'RME YF.H'S I OYI.1S
BllOS. TO H4VE Si'UC LUj SALE
Three years ago this past spring
the Boyles Bros. Clothing Co. con
first sitting early next week,
clearance sales, at the same time
making the announcement that for
at least three years not another snle
would be held. The three years have
parsed and now t-.e firm announces
one of their old-tnne out price clear
ances to hi-i:in We.lm-s iay afternoon
Bftrrrt C.7. - Have Clue;
Loiv IJcr.i; lei ps T! -t lira.
E Lcrcy, cf 'lhat City
Detroit, July S6. The woman,
whose mutilated body was shipped
In a trunk from New York, today
has been positively Identified by the
Detroit police as Mrs., B. Leroy,
formerly Miss Katherine 'Jackson, of
Starkvtlle, ' Hiss,, , Police,' Inspector
James McCarty asserted today.
' The next Immediate evlopment
In the case McCarty said, may come
from Chicago where 1'atroliiian Leo
Trumbull, of the local department
has gone to assist In ideuti! ' ng a,
man held Mere on suspliiion to.it he
may be the husband of the alain
woman. .; '.. . ": ; - - :
" "Clothinn fotmd In the trunk with
the body has been positively .Identi
fied by. I atrolnisn Trumbull and
his wife as having belonrred Mrs.
i.i tcy," t.i inspector sacl. im
bull and hin wife were hiU. ...tety
acquainted with the Ieroys,
A report from Trumbull Is ex
pected some time this afternoon In
spector McCarty said. ;
"A detective from the Detroit de
partment has gone to New York to
seek fuijthe clues in tho case., lie
may asi that the body of thj wo
man ,b brought to Detroit," he
added! - ''.' i"" " ; ' -'?"."
Tafum Reports to Pollro
BlrmibKhani. Ala., July 26. A
- ,. mm
I'" - t fill J"
t yesterdav saw J unes Picture land detailed description of
of New T.,.k formerl Allan i Tatum, t...,ct.her - with, a
ho nromJ statemeht by him -was- today for.
wardedlto, the. Detroit police by the
local detective bureau, following; the
declaration by Talum that he be
lieved the Voman whose body was
found in a. trunk in N"W York was
Katherine Jackson, of Btarkviila,
miss. , ' , . . " -).-
"TatuM, who works for a tilrmlnftr
hain publishing house, was told by
friends that his name had been 'men
tioned In connection with tlie truuli
murderf mystery. He went to police
headquarters and volunteered tne
information that he whs acquainted
with tl) ,Jackson woman whom he
had mat "in this city, that he.had
gone (o Detroit to see tier at her
own invitation and that he knew she
had niarried a man named leroy.
Tstftum sal4 he had never met l.e
roy, but that the young woman had
toid h" her husband was Jealous
of her. The statements of Tatum
gave rise to the' police theory that
l eroy :had discovered his wile's In
terest n Tatum, that he killed hr
aid tlaen shipped the body to "A.
A. Tatum" to incriminate the man
y hom he thought to be his riv
No charge has been placed against
Tatum and has been allowed his
liberty', ' It was stated at pni.ee
headquarters that nothing furiner
would be done in the matter with
out Instructions from the Detroit
police., . '
'I failed To Identify Man
Chicago, July 2t. i-.iforts to con
nect Itoy Mlllert, a former army avi
ator, with the mysterious JUetrolt
trunk murder, faiied today when
Patrolman Trumbull, of the Detroit
police denartment, was unable to
identify 2,1 11 Ion as the tniwmng "Eu
I'uknown at StarkviHe, Mi-.
Jackson, Miss., July 2. Careful
Berlin. July 4.-1 he Lokal An- . -., f,.il,d to .;i,nh the
zeiger says today that the -govern-) ld,.ntlty f Katherine Jackson, said
ment of Karl I lltnan premier ori h Uetr(nt poU.e to be the victim
Iietvia. has ordered all foreigners to ! . th. frnk murder mvsterv.
A family named Jackson, conslMt
Ing of a brother and three sisters,
resided there about ten years axo
and a f w members are still living
there. The aiirls have married and
are now residing In Greenwood,
Miss., and vicinity. None was named
lit ! 1 At I :.;ccral C" ah In
Pan's, A Iter. Jed By Large
jNuail.rr of Nolalk3 -'-.
- Paris July 26. Funeral services
for the late William K. Vanderbilt,
who died here, on Thursday last,
were held this morning ii ihe
American Church of the Holy Trin
ity. The eimple Episcopal service
was read-by the Rev. Stanley Blunt,
pastor of the church, attended by
members of the British embassy.
The floral tributes were magnifi
cent, including -pieces from tie
Aero Club of America, the BaFav
ette Flying Corps and many French
After the services which were at
tended by all the employes of the
Vanderbiit rscins stables, as well
as the American and British ambas
sadors, French and American nota
bles particularly members of the
French racing societies, the body
was carried to the mortuary chapel
beneath the church. The body will
remain in the chapel until it is
sent to the United (-"fates. ; :.
I-.-. I--iM ,-r,n ,
:T CUT CP LETVIA
leave that country. The order, which I
was whollv unexpected, will affect a
large number of neutrals and en
tente ettlzens engaged In business.
Only a few Oermans are reported to
be residing In Letvia as the peace
treaty wtii Germany has not yet been
An Km'.iih torpedo bent flotilH
has arrived at I: ma. according to d -patches
received toil V.
it.,l siarted the grain j at 2:30 sharp. It is well remembered
err-, . . : .
mat act n..-mar,l. but lowest prices
came aiu-r word had been circulated
of weakness In the (.i n k market and
of Industrial difficulties. Prices on
exchange here finished at the lowest
point t-f the d;-v, with December de
livery o corn down to 12 8 In eotne
coses aealnst 1.37 - at the close o
Kxtreme declines in wheat
amoume.1 to nine cents a bushel for
March delivery. Pork fell 32.00 a
barrel and lard more than 11.90 a
hundre- -vei-ht. Much of the sell-in-:,
bo n in grain and provisions,
came from distressed holders,
There was also heavy speculative
. .pit s i unusual lack o" buying
f ; r vi t-
how popular the J.oyles Bros, sales
used to be in the pre-war days ami
hen they announce- a j-.-.le it at
tracts more than ordinary attention.
Iii'counts of from 2t to 4 0 per cent
are announced for this 1920 event, wi
which will nrobably be the last for.ch
A- for l.i
t I! !UI7!;!on,
price, I " O, 1
t ourt of 1 -
1,-rni in 1.
del e'' i '
T Term In Vahi
el.. Juiy 2b J.i: -es
ided In va:n in 1
.- -ins 1 r a ho :
t WetKlmui-e to .-t tl,e
if bis s- -iTeni. Price, who
n- i l to ot tiers on a
stf-a:-! t1 -e b.irre s of
an-t t -.en
another three years. All odds and potato--. ni.eu
ends are being off-red at a big dis-.on'v 10 liiontt.s In tne
.,. hii thpre will he a suh-' lie is a brotner of I
-,i.l .aiiffir.n fin everv article in 1 who esoi-peit from
the house.. The store ,oti Trade
, nrrt'ltui. In ha e hiwv rilai-e
m. T-e , y . ...... ... ... i m n i r
... -.nn W.tnsiiav afferniMin. A llhoniHS 1..
, impi cau-d in the sf.iay in w ... a
Mr. and Mrs. lavid C. Gordon Z-bity met his cHth, wss exoner
thav returned to their home onated of bin me. Ite told Juilse l.tt-n
P-tith Broad e'reet a';er a vtit to' he tv -it l "
(n-niis in Charlotte. ea y t -r a 1
the w ot i- -
: last 1 -t-tfi" t-r w tule nndei-
I sentence 1 ' T 1-iaJ intf pK -e
-. hl-v, James, w ;i-
1 1 GWLATCX r 'ATl.N l"'
ijy :.;ciali.::j, he says
T i-w York, July 26. AHml.'v.
n. l I,c -us t.'JXiilier, rharaed too ay
- . t Harlem court that he had
: I., en ;ttH.ked and .annulled by a
i-M-ii.;..-t strong arm snuad," a-i-k-I
;,t rev en it noon him lor his le; -s-ii.ii.ve
aetivities last winter In tne
oiisttt-.' of the five Pociaiint sssem
I Nt men nt Albany, In the encount
.'. i. ' ,i occurred ahout two weeks
' . r. imi!i-r. who sat as a
1 ,, , , f the tribunal which heard
..,e - i " case, said he lost two
. c . i ati'i his eje glasses were brok-
''Ti 'P!" r'
V. " 5 Tpesk at Blstrlct Picnic At
L l.in Aiijiist 4; Personal
. ! News Notes
Eikln, July U.The Maanna ,e(
the 'Thlrty-flrttt and Thirty -second
Afasnnlo districts, composing twenty
Iodises in Surry and Yadkin eoun
ties, will picnic at Elkln Wednesday,
August 4. The members of the lo
cal lodge are planning to have '.,.
erythlng in shape for a big time and
a big crowd. A brass band has'heen
secured, to make, musla and there
will be several addresses.: The prin
cipal one ; will be by Rev, Tom P.
i nilson, of WinstonBalem., ;" A class
from the Oxford Orphanage wilt ba
present to add Interest to the oc
casion.. The net proceeds of the
day will go' to the home' at Oxford.
C. G. Ainifletd and Dr, R. B. Hur
rell, went to Blowing Rock Bstur
day to spend tne week-end.
'Mm, R. M. Chatham and children
went to the White Sulphur Sprint's,
near Mount Airy, Saturday to spend
a week or ten days, en loving the
cooling breezes and healthful water
of that pbpular- summer resoit.
IiRSt week was a week of Intense
heat, the mercury ey-ry day ret N
terms; from 94 to 102 degrees In the
shade. 'Heavy rains have fallen In
tho country near by, but they failed
to allay the heat.
Ciopa have never bean better In
this section than nt present and if
nothing happens to them there -dill
be an abundant harvest. The wheat
crop was unusually good and the
only regrets heard from the farmeis
are that they didn't sow more last
fall.; Com Is In tine shape, a great
deal of It now beinir in the silk and
tassellng starie. Thete is a laree
crop of tobacco growing and the
farmers are busy giving It their at
tention. All kinds nt eg( table--,
such as beans, potatoes, ttsbliHge.
tnniRtORS, etc., are in abundance ev
erywhere and all find a ready mm
ket at good prices.
Large quantities of tin runs are
being taken to the country every
day, furnished by the Blltln ("suiting
Company and the Forrester ( tiinimt
Company, They are filled lv smtiU
canners with berriei, f i I
vegetahW In the count tv . .
t'irnetl . to ( companies lm i
t ui o fiiutii per; can f-i i
The people In the country-ami on
the farms are laving eventhi' -nothing
is allowed to pt to v.
Messrs. Recce and T.t .a h Uiir
day sold their store building to J. (.
l ay for $11,000.- TlieJ.t, w 2a lv
feet and the building two wnrh a,
with bnaementi ,. located on boinh
.i. n S'reet, near the Boulh-rii d -pot.
They bought the binltltnrt in
March, paying $10,000 for It. this
partly shows what demand tu-"-!s
for buildings In -Elkln At th
time there-is not a s'tiu'e busliie-s
house nor vacant dwelling house In
tho town. There are four menbanis
here doing business In basements
tnder other stores and a number of
families occupying rooms over siotes.
fiice homes and business houses are
lm v needed. ' , '
i m two-months-old duttghtrr of
y: 8nd Mrs.: 8. G. llolcomn. of
Jnn-Hvllle,1 died Thursday morning
in i f rui illness of forty-eight hours
w eh colitis. Tho remains were in
t .red in the, cemetery , at .Knob'
ci nri'it Friday at-11 a. lit. i
itov Fttout, who Is an operator in
tie "hli-gest towel factory" in Ihe
world, located - at Kannapolls, rt.
turned to work Saturday after spend
li ' his -racaUmf with hl poronts,
& ,-. and Mrs. A. D, Btout, in Jonea
vi 'e. :;..-e ?-." - ' i
SLATED TO 1! E AB J
1 hoinas VN . ;' ' -mil ot i
Miio, Is an Id tn 1 suited to
h mains) ot I vihie- oruer. i
hold its nnttnnal convention
land. Mm tiuil, -who la ae
Is a ivutior r-neriil of the 1 i
coimiiunil of 4,000.
III. , I I I. . I i
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ii -! .1-':;!nii. July 2ti.--ln r-i
Governor 1-ickott's etatcuient,
cciitly niii.la that po outttido t
tutlon wontd he permitted to 1
tiijate i'i.-.."n rou,iit:ens lu J
Cari'iina,- E, R. IHIil.ih- i--of
the Piiaoiiers Belief ;": '.
mm-teed today that Such inc.
Hoi's had already been made I y '
'"i'hn i. . lr of conditions c-
re. wl i-Miiti-s and pi -.on cf ,
:! ,!': 1 W US l-l Ol, lit t til
ii,. ci (,,...rnor i -eli.-tt a
, :. Mr. I 'lliiilil': -
' erlte -mis nlliitlim 1-' cntet l
niel w i, hit-it l'fi"ii liini.n -r i -:-ti,
c ( f t he tr. .intent of
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of f ond result I t -
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it u i
t i i u t i
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,i I ii i, h ts In Ipt 1
t i kp-p down ti -
rlMu nf th
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1 the i
lulu f I
I - t II I 1 -
I V. -Ilj lli li
old reform ntorej'' his defem
tei-m in i-1'.si- n. no sas etni
Tlie assemblyman described the
-mack as being largely brought on
ng a client recently
aiiy attacked .
"-n Pittfl, Ayed About 13,
"i IEs Life While P th-i.-,?
William- Pitts aged about U years,
son of for and Mrs. J. H. f'U'a. pf
l- --t Winston, -waa r drowned In
Clnf'dde lake, Just outside the otiy,
on the , alisbury road, about 3:30
Sim. iay afternoon.-', '" .' . f
Young Pills, with 71 or 100 oth
ers were in the lake at the time. He
was regarded a good swimmer and
so far as known, made no ap-M-al
for help, lie was diving with oth
ers, and was seen to- come up once
Just before ths drowning occurred.
Nl. k Carter, who is employed tn
life-s.-iv.r.' was on duty. He and
two iMipg men, -Messrs. ,-Ragland
and Oriibhs, dived after the body
and It was found by one of the par
ties. Medical -aid wa summoned
and Mr. Vogler, the i undertaker,
was sent for. A pulmotor was used
to remove the water . from the
lungs, but very little is reported to
hsve been found. -
The managr of the take states
that t'lt-re is no spring It It. eho
there is one ebove it and the water
from it flows into the pond. Borne
think teat young Pitta rams in con
tai t . n a coni streak from the
-r and that it affected his heart.
-. . ., ,,,e.,rul . rviee will be con-
'dit. t.,1 item the home on Dunleith
(avenue at two o'clock Tuesday aft
ernoon nod iniermeni wm i
V- in', I cemetery. . ; ,
FEDI IIAB OFFICH18 ON
. liO.VD OP ,000 EACH
'Danville. Va. July i.--Th- fed
eral officers who were remanded to
Ji-r.-V tminty JailThursday after
h,.ng in iicted for the murder ef
h.mea 1 nomas, an alleged bootleg
ger, were admitted to 15.900 bail
each bv Federal Judge Henry Clay
McDowell in Dynchbura fcaturdey
That, Flint t
Is betiia accoiitt!
fuiiils in . d I y 'J
milk and ice for
the . mphatlo opi
ton, city health t
1 In iltll l OIHiil
r uititiK r ! t. ( 'i
it ' i ' i i
1 1 1 o i t ' i ;
llihii fi 1 I .. .
I kill S Hi 1 I
I SO f I' t K
ml been no i .ittv i
h i null tl I in I ii
ill previo-n.-i ee,.,.,,.
If f e pll tit I H I
I to ti I hp i ii i r
llil leillilt II r- Col d
. "1 n to this tim
am ie -.- t,i ..a . hi ,,
.r niilli .in. i ii ,.
i-hlliiK'it i t 1- cay cii-i-iiiii
but ilie SieilliMf h:lH M-VCI
Of probably- Inten i-l v hot
yet to com. I un.l very I i
eonsnlnroble aiimunt will I
by nurses -if our deii.-u-i nn -i
Assfiimted ( enrMh-s tn imv lee -piles
neeiled hv bn lues.' .
'"t he., b.e.ei ill riime sl.i' i I
next riafuiuiiy by inn i-. l. . s-1
tors has tn very heanv einnnsee
of tho h-alth ileiiti-tiiteiii. A -I
could not. be spent to bei..-r i.m,
Site- plea -iii ii w ill be ili'i h e ,--Siienilirur
of R in tm w.-v h:,,i
tlnlntf ei iiiuili good 1 1 -r a
worthy -sin -in is iniiiio pn
, Kill- .t,IS J', (.,.. I ll : i
The hem inel s it. ill a tut : " i v
bus been swcii-d to ft'" i f
four doll, is ihru tne i.;.,- i i ?
eral liitte -.u-ih who urn su i
ths bahies of tn- e.iv I- e -t,
with sn aiuine Hiiii.iiiii nt t
most necessnrv thlu-e of ttie-e li a
1 heso little ((i-iis i -1 a t . . i-tltle-1
"l-'iiilt In Th Cm. 1 I
friclay evening on t - las., t i
home of Mrs. C. h. lally i n ; ,n ii
Poplar street. The plav iva - -n,-,.
and (I irect eil hv ,M I i n i
lv. Ihe cast of ciiii-nf ie. 1 t e
fairy Queen, f-tars ('i,nier: ,
princess, Joanna Ciim: .:- en.
Brownie. Baurn. ( iitiinil t . ,,n;
fairies, Catharine 'I at v. " n-
T ally, Annie Iconise aenee, . .,,.,.(
parnell,, Hazel hurch ami I.oui-
. The play-was witnessed by nude
a number of friends of the June
The re-t-'pt of five dnli s from
George P. Palmer is a n . inv
edged and the money has I- t,
d over to the Irranuri-- of i,.,. t , -, .j.
e ml I
V I (lit t I I
I liii'l I sV-0 lo ie
i I I inn i
ions itl'O inve.:'
Inn ciHimrv, I
I.I. II thO ill"! I
it - f. bnl
-Old ! '
I I '
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a I H I
I recoil i V
ii only in'
.- i f ma i
V a II rei-i-lil, li.
I c , n v ."- 'i
l t n- ( lu 1,1
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i, i em it i ti t i a
I tO till) ( -:
t was f I ' 1 1 ' ' i i
Ii nd 'I tin n is b- i
MANDASIL'S C '
BE IILAEI) , .
' Wiishiilgton, J-.il- By agree--!
ment Chief , J uuuee i ..v, of the
district court, today i i)n(.j hear
ing on the request of I, n-ry A. Mc
Cartner for a ma , . n, ns outer to
compel Secretary eji-v to d Iare
officially that a pi., f p-m- exist a
between. ti e l'i.it-d Mates and Ger
many. 1 ne he.!,irS wss et for
Wednesd - - ",
C-'-E. ; I .- .......
Fari, J , f( lie health of Pre
mier IJoyd G-ro'-e of Great I ii h,n,
is causing uneamese, accordn to a
messfige receiv -i here to ! v. n :
prime ministers phjuieians i. eau
to have ordered an Imme-i ca abso
lute rest for him.
MRS. V. M. T ' y i ! f ! "'
AT hunt) l.S J , .(.r.y
' Ballsbury, July 14. J' -s. D. Jf.
Beardsley, aged 81, w " if the ri s
trict manager of i. e r tt-wmg
Machine companv, i i m r i,,n
Sunday at her h- i - ' I '
- W II I'li
:-- 11 con tele :
' I : S I'l 1 ll ( -
r I -' i rtniHe ( ;
1 1 1 1 1 -r t .1 pint . i .
,,e seitlement ,
'I t " nun-i s r
d ,.ci m ite.l f-
In 1 1, a :; , n a
' it II
Dm ham, July 2. Tho c"y n-boa-'
of what la said to I e tne o
I-- id fire Insurance coint nev i-i t
t ii, led Htai'-s, the Bankets i iie 1
am -nice omoany havieir tu en ,
r ei - d h-ie nn a cm 1 of
i'iiu. W. G. Pearson, ot tins i v
(,ii al-nt of the new ori-iii
win. a liie oih-r oihcers come i -this
state ami Vitfiiila.
Ine backers of the new con
are piacticlly the same m thoe,,
of tne North Carolina itiulu 1 i.
1 :i--iii ince Company p -;o loe i
I , the hit (."st ne. ro hie Insm -,
t-uiiipauy in tne world. ,
r n i c
( ,.,- .i-noi -P. .
i ...li .1 I 1 - :-- I i
one o ' c- r, 1 -r. 1
j: eHV- t t ' e I
r j; ,i
i v i4. (ily A
; teen seam-a
l ..rrctt, lost t
in- ' on nf the
ro r, Ale - - to t art, i i
-i t u ii a mine to
l near the entid
I ' ana, A I or r. W. S. "
of J-.ooe. In. I., Is v , ' : z r-
nd fi nil of t -i :ii-ii, i
r " ) --- J- '- i l and b is
i ..-ei ( !.. i ,n w .. a bus
h.va. Msr-e-ir-r J "-, n.c.r
mons. ir. :'ier-is a nma 1
rotjnty but has bren a r
liope for many y-ats.
b-g nicmt of bis time new t .
t-io be Is a turw-i ' r bv t
has two sons in i
are p .inning to r; -
( kii.I s . ' a in i
v -i trie r v -
1 t - '
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