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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1924, Biloxi, Mississippi I f. ' REST OF CENTS A EIGHT april 3, 1924 ASSOCIATED ii REPORTS Forms Important part of Discussions at Regular of Gulfport TO WOMEN Campaign Being S. District Attorney Takes Steps ducted at First Methodist Church In To Seize 1410 With meeting by On If port Club yesterday might have been called day as there Cove Daily comparatively large them T. Goodrich was introduced as vious the baby member of the Nine Biloxi Kiwanians were present and added greatly to the pleasure of the occasion by their pleasant smiles and jolly W. J. of forceful was by W. J. Ferguson at the First Methodist Church in 17. S. District INSTALL DRAG IN WAR MEW READY FOR to Write Essays on Why Their Impressive Exercises Conducted for j New Turn Taken by the Daugherty Alter Clearing Calendar of all Men Friends Should Attend Installation by Investigation Committee Involving propriation Bills Effort Will for Department of 3.National Biloxi Lodge of Elks met. in April to Provide n. Z. Welch to Head Newly Luncheon Field April lower The Biloxi Club held Apr. 3Sawyer A. trophies will be given by Mrs. kr session last night arid swept course of the annual meeting in last night to a congr much larger than the one on meeting was opened by au oysters shipped Ky. spiring song service which was fob The goods were packed by the Seafood lowed by reports from the different and received bv prayer circles which are being held at W. T. different places iu the These Ky. The asserts that reports wore encouraging and speak statement on each is a gave a ghort campaign being waged and misleading deceiving talk which was greatly purchaser because of excessive by There 20th chapter of St. John was several out-of-town visitors who 1 1 " swl Jerguson as a basis were guests of of dm for filed in the White House on Past exalted rulers committee took a sudden the pre- j to seize and Flag to girl and the different chairs in conducting i turning today which it into a cans of brand of cove j women essayists who best describe j the installation exercises with which i swirl of charges and reasons why young they know j the following officers were installed centering in the war attend the military Exalted G. B. Thomas until a few days leading E. L. to General The contest is esteemed | - - - chief oi the army air was Regarding the attendance contest of the little and by the Women's Overseas Jr. vice has been approved the secretary of war and has given formal approbation by the first lady of two sons will attend military training camps esteemed lecturing W. bv W. secretary i testified that refused to were passed without change from for A. S. Gorenflo | ply wi tli orders to as first Leu is Staehling and S. J. the committee hewas dismissed from of Pike offered W. the air service and his desk and resolution representative to the grand I valuable papers bearing ' the state secretly The installation was followed ' was W. L. its calendar of all bills in readiness for considera noon when there was tackle number of the the troublesome talk by enough revenues to meet the Field John shows a total of nearly a fur the state plant I making excellent headboard and the board of way and has m ready who should have been in the trophies will delegation to the Democratic the three tain J. K. Milner are the leaders the Um National Convention favorable to more than 19 years talks from the newly instaled The officer by the witness who have make | as having given him the order committee without In the was to the to Leod ami W. F. of the board of directors contingency is still in the being one member ahead in the attendance of B. C. Cox was selected as the fact those who miss re- McAdOo was apparently assured answers to is services in the church to 1 when nine of eleven a young mart I know services in the church to wnen nine of eleven which they belong miss those things al districts in the preferential caucus which give them power the delegates who favored an who is a member of the garrison County Poultry told of the establishment of a j poultry and egg market a military training are adjudged the essay is restricted to 300 and will be judged on its and The contest will close May 5. The winners in addition to receiving from Mrs. also will be given railroad tickets from their homes to Washington and return and a the conclusion of his address he the People are warmly a to and endorsement of proposition i stress sex like flies to a given by all of Dean Woleben who is another to of the association also told of some i f t read a book the benefits of the poultry business ls ' the i A committee which was Association and the the building of better miners to reach an agreement on a bodies and broader and new wage scale the awakening of civic at Kansas City ended Tuesday is one of the greatest and patriotic endeavors eel by the QUIESCENT house judiciary i XT again yesterday to take up the 0|JUrlolllcil for the Biloxi City was inaugurated and plans will possession of Lane and for the the tary Weeks had him to committee for which will say that a served on the named next The Elks plan to j secretary himself would be necessary raise a sum larger than ever before bring the papers before the this entertainment for denied that he bad also under wav to j Lane's Flag Day June 14. A he had taken only will be appointed to desk and the and insisted that lie was actuated see that the drawings were- for two should come through the offered iu attendance in which names of L. J. Boy and W. P. Henley were neither of whom were present in the lodge rooms at the the state tax provoked a lively debate iu the a fight being against the clause giving the governor to chairman of the who is to serve also as tax an honored guest jof made talk along club lines heard pi some ' ing with the a of tlic suitable programs and the rule the Mr. Hill Was present Samuel L. direct An- other guest of the rhib was A in charge of extensive improvement now lintler M. It resolution proposing the previous meeting to look 20 as assessor of j 1)roce0(I ings against C. i W Charles son-in-law If Albert B. ' Meet of the rote 111 Tuesday's to testify before the oil out to see j It had been evidence Association accordance Chaso had sought to hate I the courthouse tonight at 7:30 VOL FOB McKinney of say he gives YOU FOB had loaned The Chicago Southside Association will advance the price for bobbing hair to haircuts remain at the same prices as CHARGES FLAGRANT flagrant irregularities in the grand juey matter of a landing field for fly ing machines reported taken Lieutenant Aviation Station locations around Gulfport and that the location in Gulfport opposite the Harry farm on 25th Avenue was the most desirable The committee asked for time to facts and this was I. B. chairman of the public - affairs of objections to the present fire alarm system of signals which not the public is The matter and to his further Brash a fen Brown Wd 8. mcr The two friends Chief of Joe judge sailing that instruct policemen to were active in the proper being useful .to Harrison county for the preservation of and fish and sportsmen the county over ought join attend its At its last meeting C. B. Adam was elected FIGHTS GET O. K. ON MEMPHIS all right to fight in Memphis if you use only your fists and fight This ruling was Davis yesterday as he freed an opportunity to get out and The good roads committee took Colonel for- head of the haK in of wild three voted already joined the Chicago as result and several more of an inquiry into the to - Pleas filed charged that lupous matter of getting improvements made section of road in the counties of Gulfport which seriously with traffic between on the coast and points in it. L. Aubert and R. Ci Cowan were appointed a combatants and not arrest The action may prompt enemies to fight with instead of guns and the chief and the judge AS STEAMER pilgrims bound for yesterday had a narrow escape when O. is said if Victor U. S. New wishes the of that city lie can it. Reorganization of the personnel and a general in the office operation by an expert from Washington before a new postmaster is is forecast by Republican officials in New Orleans on the basis of information from the capita the matter of getting of into good cot ton cargo of the British steamer K caught fire m the Red occasioned by a series of as the approached Port tions propounded by L. Tavlor to Answering radio calls for Schwenck of Biloxi B. C | a number of craft hurried GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Cox of Gulfport relative to the and stood by until Corn led a general advance in amount of improvements and tlie erew yesterday in the of arid number of visitors transferred to another A I receipts of corn were the smallest to Lloyds from | and there was talk last said the captain the May delivery might yet abandoning the and had Wheat also the assistance he during the past so as to make it an influential factor in tb up before S and a large attendance is Fix Election May election to decide the question a in the form of city government will bo held May 3, MAKE FIGHT AD VALOREM April Advocates of a lax levy an abandonment ot all further schemes to raise special sources will force A in fighting in the house Friday morning by presenting a fixing ad valorem at ten mills for 1924 and nine mills for 1925 and then Mining Plant I 70,000 Bags of. Rice of pike Wynn of Destroyed by channels if it to secure possession of the the immediately instructed the clerk to get out a for the secretary of describing papers insisted he was under when he searched Lane's brief He said had suspended Lane last when to to the and House the question of whether and action taken by Lane was later separated from the service by action of Secretary witness said that when the legislature is going to main in a lock on the revenue problem will be largely House refused to take up for immediate consideration a Tuesday by the mayor and failed to appear at office he who based him to work tm the declaring that an in action upon and cases in order to April milling plant of the Lake Cha Milling to bo the largest in with 70,000 bags of clear and rough rice burned The plant and tents weur valued at and all of it was by of the ad valorem levy is asking for a submission of the rush them to the department of tho to the for The Standard is Hearing the over days with he ul o but he denied that the t0 Charles Milling Limit Causes Dr. Boswell to Legislature's attitude that men who are heads of lite institutions must receive of any kind other than had any effect on April of rice with this in the country and this loss of witness and were put in the Questioned by Lane with or anv khiu in- j d 01 anj khiu man j touched no papers salaries in uno mis loss Mississippi's depositors 7 0i00 bags with the present virtually was killed by of House shortly after 5:30 o clock defender of his city made some statements - in regard to and while Herald man not assert that StBer the truth carelessly was plainly evident that neither icer Suggests Abolishing April 3.r The man most unpopular with the Manchester today is Dr. C. school medical who has suggested the health of the pupils would probably be better if vacations were He says has frequently that holidays the children weight in many to unwise feeding and insufficient Moreover chicken pox and whooping cough were worse following vacations because the control of infectious was easier when school was ORKERS TO S. grand chief of and also that with brotherhood of ve very great efforts on their be eligible to a membership | reformed Annanias and s necessary to counteract ot CJ liave the interest of consulate at He discussed nn I to enlarge the program lyne benefits of the union's ' ha probably would be ye widows and orphans 0 f its April 3.The meeting in Cleveland next at Xew Tllis be one of the chief M- be after a year and a j before the he States and Great Britain of the consulate officers - stationed dispute was announced last | new highs for the t. Washington and French and Belgian francs yesterday reacted 011 profit taking and j the failure of definite information garding a loan to Belgium to j Selling cents French touched a record 1924 thirty points above the previous closing With large scale speculative activities again the currency failed to Faces General Strike of Railroad April 3.A general strike of. railroad men threatens throughout to dispatch from which says several thousand men have already ceased work in Have va Discredited Both Is April in to Republican party have both of the great and yielded about half its There Senator Re- were indications also that declared in a 1 alarmed by the rapid rise jte address here today before the j the franc above six contributed State to the decline by sealing process has Senator | PREDICTS OHIO FOR COX an irresponsible and highly j Prediction that Ohio's delegation to third actually i the Democratic national itself to the extremists as practical The aimed at us BILOXI CALENDAR K. C. 8. - FRIDAY End P. T. 2:45. 7. be pledged for James M. nominee in 1920, was Washington last by W. W. chairman of the Ohio Democratic state The Ohio primary April 29 will be a for he at to 1c advance and provisions from 7c decline to a rise of to demand quick shoals of the senate committee said yesterday that he would demand some action project before the termination of the present session of The committee expects to report the on its calendar within a week or so. Just what action the committee will take Norris would not predict but he is of the opinion that the committee should make some disposition of the power project alk out j Regarding a remark attributed to government 3 ._ Dc an an Indian should not be of an ' most of the heneca Indian school night by several left for Tyner and three all members of the Seneca cular sanitarium at Senate yesterday adopted an amendment to the sanitarium Women Die Wher Sanatarium I - April 3.Two the question of the statutory House suspend the women were killed and a man and right of officers to copy such with reading of the a woman one for in personal j ou third and last when lire destroyed the north wi secretary of war has taken the Houso Hunting the over the has directed me thc and eased here salary and prohibiting to advise the committee that a sub- j ' a-1 There t in I r. n f from accepting outside Dr. | poena for them will have to be whq ill the capitol at immediately went to the office of the state board of health and tendered bis - It is understood that holding the position would have forced him to resign from two important national health one of them the Rockefeller both of which pay him a to a close friend of Dr. he recently received an offer of to take charge of a tubercular hospital that is being in The Mississippi sanitarium was just opened two years ago aud Dr. Boswell's desire to get it thoroughly established has caused him to refrain from The said to still be open to He is nationally known from his work in combating Yolande said when questioned was indicated that the DESERTS New April 3.That Mannheim and other important in- j rebel Strikes are | - Washington conferring with ed to begin at Hamburg and Bremen j American government for Secretary was taken be made returnable smelling day i the north Sokolowski of Polish Legation Given His when the called on first secretary of al This is declared by was offered to reconsider the when the were by which the rules liad beeir covered night at 4 pended and this motion carried by an a.m. The body of one woman was overwhelming roar of This found in her and of oui debris the Just a The uninjured patients were taken before the House had failed to the state hospital and pass the Whittington Senate for until the undamaged which would have provided a of thc sanitarium can be put of auditing or supervision of public 1 in by a yeas to 071 -------- Polish legation in who was recalled recently after the seizure of a large quantity of liquor in his has been released from the diplomatic service after an investigation by the foreign to be most badly needed the slate of bank depositors guaranty repeal passed the Senate by a good was regarded as facing a hard fight in the many ot the representatives holding firm Dr. Sokolowski was recalled after the opinion that when a man deposits the discovery of alcoholic liquors a bank he should be assured to be of Under the Mississippi tary of State Hughes sent a note to method all of the banks are Polish minister regretting that immunity customarily ali diplomatic officers should have not been observed in this but pointed that the first secretary have had in. his Students ding Erecti Of Fiery Furnald a opinion expressed by session a of alcoholic of the colony greatly in excess of which p publication of an an- j privileges and immunity in this the publication credited to General the supreme chief left his headquarters at 011' March 14. bound for thc United announcement seems to dovetail with a report which has been gaining strength here published Tuesday that De la Huerta was at the capital and that his there was guarded closely would a certain percentage to pay of failed Many of the bankers of the state arc bitterly OP TO BE A Buy OP VU so xm boss to declaring to bank that has no connection kind with another responsible j the mismanagement of the 1 The guaranty system so tar is working as it is - jisser ed depositors banks that failed fai back as three years ago have not Frederick W. negro law removal has a the government for reasons of days ago K. of the hall It was suid that on one the - lunched with Indian agency for to KILLS INCOME brought the cross to the campus inj Indefinite postponement of a motor car and in the garb of consideration of a compromise I Ku Klux Klan saturated it with CALENDAR play at Handsboro R. W. Yeal Chapter Lodge 422 F. A. at Methodist church K. of Woman's Club Heart Lodge Perfection Odd Glee Strand ' 1 for income tax legislation to furnish financial aid for the state public school system yesterday by the by both and senate of a resolution calling for sine die adjournment Friday of the special session of the Arkansas called by Governor McRae to enact for the relief The income tax plan was as an - NEW ORLEANS COTTON The cotton after i 22..to 25 points close unfavorable pool cables and a fait I eased off a few additional in the early trading on the ther generally After at 28.02 for i 26.09 for July and 23.42 for or 26 to points net lower I than the market i advanced and the trend was upward practically all particularly ou cates issued for employment as compared vith 76,686 in 1022jlan increase of than 19 five in and then ignited Avill be taken by university it is it was it was I fisel oy Hawkes El Paso dispatch that he has deserted tho has landed in New York city in disguise and now is to Ariz. according to information furnished Mexican Consul Enrique D. Ruiz at El Filled With imported Whiskey Seized at April 3.A large with bottles of 200.000 was seized at the L. needed to keep station just half an hour par with committee the Senate train C. A. ways and their chief work was Jjj of the administration to Legislature enact new | sources of revenue to make up it to 011 a who Was caught checking the trunk was taken into custody police and charged with violating the prohibition morning for to-night and Warmer Huerta is said to be traveling as ENTIRE FACULTY Francisco a meeting of school board of trustees of the Pass new of these bills was returned Meteorological report with a tax of 10 per cent j Weather observer hours railroad tickets and long distance 62,. minimum 40. but placed on final of finance sun sets today at and rises tomorrow al 5:42. The moon becomes a new moon at 1:12 but will visible until it will THEM GROCERY the Pass Christian school for several and the re-election of the I tire faculty is considered quite a i compliment to Mr. who is of the Mississippi most efficient who has a large j number of friends not only in Pass but over the entire S first committee mea placed on final m was It Senator Love 557) signifies not in feet and tenths 01 from Coast and Geodetic millions m note I over uie cunie metot of bonus 1.904 It was Thc Pass Christian falling due Act deration in the school has had a successful term which be brought to a close during the part of j at which time a class will graduate I with appropriate CARRIERS by The Daily Herald to was 42 rocks liver newspaper to the homes of The next Coast If yon are was that of was de measure as an eme - Hie low-pressure the southwest has enacted with as to the Mississippi Coast 24 hours in as the bonus i. exact j advance of the time estimated for its date of on final If yoa are not a one of these boys will be start bringins paper to The cost is only ' * week or i - - privilege tax on and steamboat tickets sold for intrastate and the weather prevailing here today is the weather indicated for eastern Ths southern end of the i Rocky Mountain depression * has advanced down Rio and the gradually with brisk east winds and warmer conditions are for the neif 24
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