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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1924, Biloxi, Mississippi cuaft WINDS IS TUE Was Fellow Patient in Where Both Were Being Treated for Mental of this He said a of religion is in Further ement was also made regarding cottage meetings which will he held in different of the city the course of three another held for the men in tent al 11 o'clock 10.Michael 2s years formei a iu Fluted army ami was fatally wounded at the Highland hospital here night hv another hospital officials announced He died two hours The slaying va a done by Robert 27 years said be member of a wealthy according to were undergoing fur menial war veterans in the front announced that a Ton and 100't persons were seated in the large tent on Howard avenue in Biloxi last evenin attending the opening meeting of the religious campaign conducted by Howard S. lay A musical program prior to the lead by Otis song iu competent who assisted by Mrs. adjoined the big in which at the could be cared for choir was made tip of a large their parents attended the number of members of different con- Xo offering will be taken during the of Biloxi and week Mr. Williams came here who sang Your no and the first offering a which was followed by will be taken on Sunday evening which the Roll is Called Up will be used to help defray the Made Today in Secretary Power to surance Members r anions Ashley Gang Who Escaped After Gun Made Chairman of Interstate Cor Committee by Aid 2k>u Alter treatment men saw according to hospital they neve had ar tendencies act as an rational perire done with indications of violent even had been allowed sustain keeper The ing Room at the Cross For and Touch of His Hand on seats we're reserved for the members of the Flying Squadron of Gulfport who come by automobile and were represented bv almost 200 P. G. Posey delivered a fervent as did Mr. the latter of whom also sang a solo for This proved an enjoyable number of the song were made by Dr. O. S. pastor of the Main street who welcomed Mr. Williams to who came at the invitation of the laymen of of the A telegram was read from business men of who met in prayer service yesterday and offered a special prayer for the success of the meetings to be held in of the Gulfport Flying including Gates Robert Messrs. Cain and appeared the platform anal made statements regarding the success of the meetings conducted in Gulfport by Their slogan County For and they were asking the cooperation of Biloxi in this This squadron lias increased from 20 on Third Jan. 10.The refusal of Governor to approve the bond of T. M. state insurance came to light today in the long standing fight between these The disclosure was in a letter from Joseph W. secretary of to Commissioner letter accompanied the bunds of all new state officials which were i sent by the secretary of for the approval of the insurance governor has withheld his proval of the bond of T. M. insurance read Power's refusal of Governor Russell to approve the Henry bond brings up a legal question which involves the authority of the incoming governor to approve a bond which was not approved by the outgoing three Palm Jan Officers and possemen trails early today in pursuit oi of the famous Ashley escaped a fight with officers which early yesterday and in which one was left dead on the in payment for the lift of tin officer shot down at close quarters by a. as Bob Baker and deputies sought to enter the camp to arrest Joe W. Ashley on a charge 1 Deputy Sheriff Fred Baker was killed by the pursuers pressed lead by a pack of blood determined to wipe out of existence the outlaw band held responsible for i D. Smith was fleeted as chairman o commerce c ing committees 1 South C. by Line Announces Additional Changes Made in the Operation of in this issue will found an advertisement inserted the Gulfport Mississippi Traction Company Ln which is statement on some further elian macie in their car OUTLOOK GOOD Scarcely any unemployment and good prospects for full industrial activity this year was reported by t lie V. S. Employment Service in a special made public chang the Back in Ca and thereafter tint the last are made in routing and Point Cadet cars will leave every half hour S 1.1:10 p.m. which industrial syh able seasonal lie of less reas as and the usual and was said to than and the Hotel Riviera tei at fi and a.m. half hour thereafter leaving at a.m. will leave run tiie botad every a.m. and and streets will lea from the Day a.m. and hour I'd Gulfport Company -ai a.m. ami every half until These changes in schedule are announced by J. T. said to have little unemployment at any time during 102o. In only common labor found due to Kansas and other middle slates said to show continuing FAVOR FEEDING Federal Council of Churches of America has aligned itself America n relief ami has unreservedly endorsed proposed food credit heads of the council The council claims to represent 100,000 Protestant churches in the United States with a membership exceeding 20.0wO,()(Ml. Shows Mississippi Continued Activities GIVEN INCENTIVE The Bedford county court in quarterly adopted a resolution that the fines imposed on liquor law violators in circuit be paid the where defendants were ed by the sheriff or his deputies sentences 11 NOT DIE IS POOR HOUSE Old age pensions cost less than poor house in the belief of three states which year passed laws granting financial aid to the destitute Nevada and enacted old age pension legislation of a similar Any person 70 years or having no income or an income which does not exceed a is entitled to received a sion of a minus the amount of his This type of care is believed by many persons to preferable to residential support in a county Charles Schwab told the National I Automobile Chamber of at | New York that 40 per cent has to be i added to the shop cost of the motor car to be put into the consumer's j Cost of selling ought to be j cut he in a wa FOR SKY at Los Angeles yesterday were scanning the sky for a stolen airplane which the owner was tii leave near a boulevard while pu chasing a part for FUNERAL PYRE Mrs. Elizabeth Grot 40, built a funeral pyre with her own hands at and after it was burning three herself upon it and was burned to A grocer's boy found her charred Gathering of State tion Will Take Place at January IG and 17. M. Jan. The annual meeting of the Mississippi Creamery Association will take place at January 10 and 17. according to L. A. extension Dairy specialist of Mississippi A. M. Col The first day will be taken by J. MeClain of the S. Dairy Judge O. V. Taylor of L. S. extension creamery specialist of That night the annual banquet will be staged the feature of which will be J a speech by O. the ern representative of j Keeper Co. of New second day will be taken up in j the scoring of 10 lb. tubs of butter from different creameries over the by G. E. Brown of the Federal i Dairy After this the ing of prizes for the best butter will be carried on and the election of report of etc. body in the state who is interested in dairying is invited to these the in Florida the last ten years and knowing that they searched for who would die before nightfall last night Deputy ' Sheriffs encountered John son of Joe near and exchanged shots with The automobile stalled and Ashley came within yards of the party recognized one of the He halted and ordered to throw ' up his Instead of he whipped out his revolver and He leaped into a depression in the as the officer opened fire and At home of John ers near-by the officers learned that red alleged slayer of uty Fred Baker had fled from the ' house when he heard the exchange of i Miller was reported badly I insurgent Republican two senators to thus no- ing a deadlock which has exist December 10. but also country convincing control of the balance the senate is as complete the Republican the thirty-second and fina lot of the deadlock Albert B. mins of who had the inent of the Republican organiz for received only 20 votes as against for Smith and six for Senator who had been the third choice of the Smith received only one vote more than the necessary the deadlock organization of congress is complete except for an expected fight over the office of senate president pro The situation as to this matter is somewhat Senator mins is without the the Republican party conference this as party leaders Have Had Crew of Thirty Rammed by Jan. 10 admiralty message says the British submarine has been lost off Portland in a Is is feared the entire crew which is reported to have | had thirty men sank after a I collision with the dreadnaught lute off Portland a rocky on the Isle of Portland extending into the English It is i unofficially reported that the submarine was rammed by the Jan 10.i,ouisiana and Mississippi are entering the new with every prospect that there will be no unemployment during 1024. is indicated by the special of tiie two stales made for the United States employment labor will lie in steady by farmers and for work on the good roads program which has been under way for several ann which will be continued for another years at farmers are rather skeptical as to the 1021 prospect to the fad that the year was not as prosperous a preceding gas development is encouraging New fields will be developed and products will no doubt equal if exceed those of 102.']." of the reports the situation in i diows LD IN G CUNT IX V E is at the present time som noted in the always ncr at this time of ON niece or of New the e Winifred the late Mayor Gayi formerly alio soloist in Ibf Holy Protestant has brought j suit in the New York municipal court I for 175. for alleged breach of charging that her artist soul had been injured because of among singers at the The she represented salary from Dec. 1. when she was j until 1024. terminal date of her one-year Counsel for tiie church declared Miss Gaynor was criticized fellow singers and called altos of BY SOPHOMORES The entire sophomore class of the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington according to i t not to return to the campus while the school's present vigilance committee remains in The class numbering men and including three members of Gathering of South sippi Cities Proposed for January 21Report on Industrial was completed in the of the She was 24S feet six inches in length over She displaced 890 gross tons on the surface and 1070 submerged and carried a of was an increased attendance .at the Gulfport Kiwanis luncheon held at the Great Southern Hotel which is conducted by Edgar Hirsch is quite an addition to the who were present and who were introduced were A. C. ' gel of and E. Eras football walked out about of A communication 1 o'clock this morning as a was received from the Biloxi Kiwanis test against punishment imposed by Club in regard to holding an infertile vigilance committee upon city meet of Kiwanians from ano or less o t bervi se the industriai employment condition in Mississippi is regarded as The outlook for 1024 is very bright ami the demand for skilled ami labor wiil certainly equal that of 102:'.. There is to indicate a slowing down of general b construction which has been active during the past eighteen and full employment b aiding tradesmen is pr State project and other en a huge s numbers of will and employ and to eruditions year was il g one t' fcr 1024 run abo more or crop a p or the farmers are that it the past prospects will last optimistic committee of the senate lions commi der a ce will be requested $ dopt ed by that to hold the proposal ol of the Soviet government hearings Senator ni Magnolia Lodge 7 I. Knights Columbus Bond of Benevolent Ass n Banquet Avon 7. Free Clinic Biloxi City Scouts 7. 'The Flying Days oi Kit Sauta Fe AWARDED TO BRAVE Theodore Vail silver 1] i c h t- by of president of Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph ' to Mrs. Hula Vera operator of for heroism displayed when the river broke four April 20, 102.'!. In addition to the medal Mrs. Orr also received a cash award of When the levee gave way although in constant remained at her post and warned residents of the Sue remained on duty 20 hours before stopping to rest and for six weeks afterward she had to use a rowboat to go to rind from her work of 1 be high The medal was presented at a banquet in Xew Orleans at tended by telephone officials and chairmen of associations in the Xew Orleans R. WOODS MAY ESCAPE R. convicted sentenced to die Jan. 1.S, sent a signed affidavit to Gov. Mabry of Utah yesterday ing he believed A. C. Yadner of was one of tije nvo robbers he has insisted from the start murdered As a result Gov. Mabey has ordered a special meeting of the board of pardons to again consider the AGAINST FIG a divided decision the interstate commerce commission Tuesday refused the Oahu Railway and Land Company of Hawaii authority to n oO per cent stock divided amounting to and incidentally that railroads are not to capitalize new values arising froia appreciation of old of one of its on charges of The walkout was described as the culminating incident of long-standing between sophomore and senior class men over the hazing of Crowder's alleged offense was dared by his classmates to be insufficient reason for the punishment city relations committee was Gulfport and Biloxi Biloxi on January was decided to accept the invitation of the Biloxi organization to attend Miis meeting on account of the 81st of the month being a Jan. 10.A drink crazed negro ran amuck on down town j streets last shooting right and Three men were two haps The negro subsequently was overpowered when he ran out of ' and was taken to i He told police he did not remember anything about the shooting Jan. 10.The for many of the members to get i of Bishop a a member of the Gulfport to attend a luncheon at Biloxi and ascertain if the date could not be was also decided to have a suitable program on January 2o to commemorate the anniversary of the organization of the Kiwanis educational committee was appointed to ascertain the cost of furnishing the club room at the new high school and report the same to the club with a view of undertaking to furnish the committee which was appointed to investigate conditions at the Home made a written report which is here Jan. 0. Miss. Gentlemen appointed on the Industrial begs leave to submit a further We called a meeting at the Chamber of Commerce last Friday and quite a number of citizens from Long Pass In the undergraduate Christian and Gulfport and he a broad a thorough discussion was had of the is made those and this meeting also tending take scientific work as appointed a committee of five to to but beyond this resent the and named your specialization is not carried in the committee as their first This a more free will offering was choice of courses something like was raised and ter 'the undergraduate has had more placed in the hands of your committee opportunity to discover his supplement tiie food supplies of the ties and what the university has to for him recently by the committee and they served notice that if the penalty was exacted they would leave the campus in a Major General W. superintendent of the is said to have been notified of the action soon after they walked but it is understood he took no immediate action because of the CUTS FRESHMAN CLASS M. A. secretary of the Yale Alumni advisory says Yale hits limited its undergraduate freshmen class to and that Princeton and Dartmouth have also set a This step was he so that the equipment and faculty will be sufficient to give the individual attention required in tiie first and most important year of Recent changes in the Yale entrance he make it possible for school students to enroll without first attending any preparatory This was done to make the student body nationally l e. freshmen ing churchman of Southern ism who was stricken with apoplexy Tuesday morning was reported unchanged His condition is sideral election to be Iowa senator deposed from tiie chairmanship of the handles railroad the insurgents have indicated they would support him for re-election as president pro but there have been rumblings of some opposition from the Republican Senator Cummins remains as a member of the interstate commerce which handles railroad was questioned in the senate by some of tiie Republican organization leaders that he is a member despite his defeat for the SENATOR BRUCE STILL the ballot which elected Senator of voted for Senator Cummins as he had done since early in the deadlock the insurgents threw their strength to the South Carolinian ami failed to elect him by a margin of one Since that time the insurgents had sut ported in turn Senator Follette of their recognized Senator Howell of Nebraska and Senator Republicans voting for Smith were Iowa Frazier and North and Senator another of the insurgent continued to vote for as did Senators and South On the other two ballots during the th supported IS there are precedents for the election by the senate of a commit tee chairman from the party opposite to that in officials fail to recall and have been unable to find a record of it in their search of senate organization of the interstate commerce committee is looked for and pressure immediately will be brought for the approval of bills if not the transportation act. It would appear that a majority of the committee to the repeal of the so-called rate-making section of that act and perhaps some other but whether a Troops Front Marion 111.. Jan. 10.Removal of troops from was in prospect here early today when the in the hotel room of Adjutant General Black broke up and the representative of the Ku Klux Klan element left for home after almost nine hours of continuous he Bavarian Jan. 10 the Separatist president of tiie autonomous government of the was assassinated here last Later five persons were killed iu clashes between the separatists whose headquarters are here and the populace of the measure seems Smith was one of who fought the in the committee and on floor of the senate and it was of his position on the that Senator LaFollette from his room publicly endorsed Mr. Smith for the chairmanship last thai his election would be a victory for the on Fifth SAMARITAN An unknown friend of the children of Baldwin nas made a Christmas present to them through Dr. George C. county health in the form a of to be under the direction of county health for benefit of children of Baldwin county who are need of medical Snow * erope This Jan. 10.-Unusually severe storms by intense cold and heavy snow are sweeping Europe this Off the coast of Spain and France the have proven a serious menace to shipping while in North Sea ami in Scandinavian waters the so heavy that navigation in many places is Is Not a m na n v violation of Steyens In a si a laundry court recently defendant on the much as the stile of within the oc in na CALENDAR W. Veal With a Keaton in Pass Peter's Episcopal Church double-header at CARTHAGE IT The fascinating discoveries made during the last three years in the excavation of the ruins of Carthago were explained in detail by Count Byron Khun De the young author and who has been in charge of the work of unearthing the remains of the ancient metropolis under the auspices of the French Count De Prorok in his lecture before the Lyceum Association at Sophie Wright High New says the said among relics of classic civilization in Africa brought to light was a terra organ two thousand years old with pipes and spectacles with thick and perfume vaporizers used to blow perfumes upon the The count believes that when further excavating is carried revealed will be ea Fifth Missi Jan. 30.J. Morgan er supreme court justice has accepted the of Harding Memorial Judge Stevens is a but in accepting the state chairmanship said he did so with tiie feeling sectional and party lines should be forgotten in honoring the memory of Mr. eight to ten killed today throng the upper floor of Heaw crashed through th and imprisoned is v. spinning of floors 2 Jan. 10 Wilson has announced through his secretary that he will not make any concerning his attitude toward Eok according to a Washington dispatch appearing in oilmen Gulf for Jan. 10. Weeks announced today that received still another in the Freezing the form of a reply to an inquiry j plan were not but it ature is indicated for interior points iha newspaper's templates the manufactures for Mississippi and Friday IJ New York The statement * for the disposition of the Muscle on behalf of the former president Shoals Details of the
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