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Laurel Daily Leader (Newspaper) - April 8, 1922, Laurel, Mississippi Get Into the Game Win a cash prize by solving the Daily leader Cash Prize For the person who finds tha most words in the Daily Leader's 22-NQ. 202 SATURDAY APRIL 8, 1922. TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA TAKES TOLL OF LIFE AND HOMES SINGLE 5 CENTS fair commission fixes date and names chairman South Mississippi Fair This Fall Will Be Great Event At a meeting of the fair commissioners last October 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7th, 1922, was fixed as the time for holding the South Mississippi The work of making arrangements for the various and other features of the fair was apportioned to different members of the commission for the purpose of beginning activities at once for the most popular fair South Mississippi has ever N. A. Jones was appointed general manager of the and was to begin any necessary repairs on the various buildings and grounds that everything may be in readiness in ample D. W. Bartran warf appointed chairman and secretary of a racing with authority to select assistants as he may need in arranging for this feature of the Theo McDonald and W. H. with such assistants as they may were assigned the duty of arranging at once the premium and to give due publicity to it and to such other phases of the program as may seem advisable at this A. Matison was charged tha duty of leasing concessions for such other may be considered in connection with a complete * program of all classes of Those desiring concessions for the October fair are advised to see Mr. Matison at their Encouraged by the success of fairs and with the splendid outlook for the 1922 the is beginning its work with the determination that nothing shall be left undone to make this the greatest entertainment and educational exhibit this section has ever Handsome premium lists will be arranged and published within the near future and all citizens of the Laurel territory are urged to begin at once to make preparations for an exhibit and to enter the contest for one or more of the cash WORD CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY Daily Leader's closes next and all word lists must be in the office or bear a postmark not than that The cash prizes will be awarded as soon thereafter as the judges can check tlie lists and determine the It is important that contestants bear in mind that only subscription payments received since the was inaugurated will count in the final directors of chamber meets death list expected to grow as communication is restored Sleeping Residents are Caught in Wreckage cf Their Homes Associated April 8__Six persons were seven injured and six homes destroyed near by a tornado which swept that section at 1 o'clock this Wire communication is crippled and it is feared the death toll will be Al. Brush Elected Head of Special to The April 8.-Al. G. of was elected dent of the Mississippi association and the following associates chosen for the new L. E. L. S. One of the features of the two-day session of the creamery in Jackson was the adoption of a uniform system of cream grading on a basis of If say this will result in much in butter manufactured n y In a butter scoring the product made by the Agricultural College creamery was the Creamery and Creamery at Naval Radio Closed to All Except Music April 3.-Secretary announced today he had ordered the naval radio station closed to public use for broadcasting lectures or any other form communication musical programs to be picked up by radio Epworth League Meets ' in Jackson Saturday Special to The April 8__Several score delegates of local Epworth Leagues throughout the Jackson district today in attendance the annual institute which has tyr its Your R. E. of Nashville willHe Committees Appointed at Morning Session in City Hall At a meeting of the board of directors of the Laurel Chamber of Commerce at the city hall this Secretary W. H. Smith was instructed to secure information concerning the extent of which the board of supervisors of Jones the Jones County Farm Bureau and other agencies are willing to give the Laurel Chamber of Commerce in employing a high class truck growing expert to further work of that nature among the farmers of Jones The following committees were Good B. John Myer A. D. Royals and W. J. Trade A. H. G. Harry A. D. Peden and J. M. Civic J. S. Mrs. Lilly Mrs. George Mrs. J. C. Wright and W. B. While two representatives may represent the local Chamber of Commerce in the United States Chamber of Commerce annual meeting to be held at Washington May 15-18, it was left with the president and secretary to appoint someone as representative who happened to be in that locality at the time of the The secretary was appointed counsellor to work wtih the United States Chamber of Secretary W. H. Smith was instructed to attend the annual meeting of the Southern Commercial Secretaries at Nashville May 1, 2, 3 and 4. He was also directed to the meeting of the Mississippi Chamber of Commerce at Jackson next and he will endeavor to return in time to attend the forum meeting here that j The Chamber of Commerce i tors will hereafter hold a meeting the second of every month when it is hoped j every member of the board will be j Oklahoma Is Hard Hit April 8.-Five including one are re ported to have been killed in a severe windstorm which swept the Mountain Sill section of the city this morning at 8 A number of persons were injured and much damage was Heavy Property Damage April 8.-A storm which struck here early this morning wrecked the depot and tore down a number of barns and No one was injured but property damage is A tremendous rain followed the wind and is still Twenty-five Homes Gone Wichita April 8__ One man was killed and several in jured in a tornado which swept near early this Twenty-five houses were given last pay Fifty Millions for the Last Half of March Associated April 8.-Idle coal miners of the starting today and continuing next will receive their last estimated to total by union officials and regarded by them as a strike The big wage distribution is for the final half of Working Suspend Conferences New April 8.-Union representatives and delegates of the coal operators who have been in session as a wage negotiation today suspended the conferences and to their respective LEVEES HOLDING O. K. Associated April 8.-The crest of the Mississippi river flood is reported approaching Arkansas in extreme Southern with the levees Falling stages are reported from Arkansas City to Cape train changes on southern No. 43 Comes in Three-quarters of an Hour Earlier in Future Changes in arrival of Southern Railway trains at the N. 0. & N. E. depot in Laurel are effective April 9, as North Bound Trains Train No. G will arrive at 10:59 A. six minutes earlier than the old which was Train No. 44 will arrive at 1:07 P. twenty-seven minutes later than the old time being 12:40. Train No. 8 is the time being 9:25 p. m. Train No. 42 arrive 12:45 A. twenty-five minutes later than the old time being 12:20. South Bound Trains Train No. 41 will arrive at 5:09 A. twenty minutes - the former time being 5:29. Train No. 5 will continue to arrive at 9:25 A. M. Train No. 43 will arrive at 4:14 P. forty-six minutes earlier than the old which was 5 Train No. 7 will continue to arrive at 8:25 P. M. Services Sunday at West Laurel Baptist Barney of Mississippi will preach at the West Laurel Baptist church at both ser. vices oh April 9th. Rev. Thames is a former Laurel boy and a nephew of J. P. Reddoch While in Laurel he was employed by the Buckley Terry Co. as He has had two years in Mississippi College and is a good The public is invited to these Morning services 11:10 evening services 7:15.. This church has called Rev. Bryan of as and expects him to be on the field sometime in Rev. Simmons is no sessions Tuesday when efforts to tiring about a settlement of the strike will be Kingston Methodist Services on Sunday Rev. L. F. pastor of the Kingston Methodist left this for Jackson iu attend ai important meeting of the Epworth League Rev. J. W. pastor of the West End Methodist will preach at 11 a. m. No service will be held at All members of the congregation are urged to attend the 11 o'clock service and to attend the revival at the First Methodist church at Big Crowd of Masons at Courthouse Meet It was announced they would resume j stranger to the people of this having held two meetings at West Laurel Baptist He was formerly president of Clark Memorial at Miss. Rev. Simmons has the pastorate of the church and will come just as soon as Special Services at the First Methodist I The services at the First dist church tomorrow will be oi great interest to every Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching services at 11 and 7:30. A special mass meeting for men una boys will be i held at 4 Every brother and son who is 14 | years old and older is urged to tend this At the same time the women and girls will have a j special prayer service in the erian There was a big crowd at the courthouse last night for the Masonic all Lodge members having been Judge Stone Deavours presided as The speakers were Dr. C. F. of E. H. thirty-third degree and Travis H. secretary and director of Scottish Rite of QUASH IRISH NEWS Associated April 8.-Publication of news relating the Irish republican army is prohibited by a notice issued today by the publicity director of the army on behalf of the executive Unwritten Law Plea in Oklahoma Killing Associated Oklahoma April 8.-Pleading the Jean Day faced the jury today seeking to be judicially for the killing of Lieutenant Colonel Paul Ward Beck on the ground that he slew in self defense and in attempting to keep inviolate sanctity of his Londoners Wants to Play Tennis Sundays Associated April 8.-There are 52,000 persons in London who are of tennis in the public parks on Sundays and municipal and other bodies have been asked to permit play to take place in the parks from 2 p. m. until MEDITATIONS hit 05eter be rule T soak night you et em but pat rules done way wid now pese no rule bout em WEATHER FORECAST tonight and Probably showers and Fresh and strong southerly winds and THE FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER A daily Lenten Bible muling nnd meditation prepared by the Commission on of Federal Council of Churches for the use of the churches and The Redemption of the World The Son of man came to seek and to cave that which was St. Luke 19:10. Read St. Luke 19:1-28. conditions lie across the lives of millions of folks alike in heathendom and ' Is it reasonable to hope that the human race may be redeemed from the blight and When I consider the power that has peopled the earth with men and the redemption of millions from sin through I see the possibility of a world sharing with Christ of the burden of an unredeemed O heavenly we behold the promise of thy We long for the coming of thy for the salvation of nil nnd for the conversion cf the kingdoms of this world into the of our Lord and of his For the working out of thy endow thy we beseech with self-denial and spiritual that all we are and have may be at thy command until redemption shall cover the earth as the waters cover the this we ask for thy love's These things shall loftier race Than e'er the world hath known shall rise Witli flame of freedom in their And light of knowledge in their russell flouts will of people at last Crowd Stops Progress as Others Go Home pine is most acton feast marks close Heme Building Friends and Lumber sent Him With a ket is Brisk I Gold Watch Continued evidence of a considerable increase in the volume of business is shown by the action of the grades which are first the grades which aref irst required are the and at the persent time these low grades of softwood are the most ami are selling with the greatest The wood in most active demand at this time is southern pine and as might be gathered from the the lower grades are selling the easiest with the result that here and there there have been price There have been ana the softwood lumber market so far this year has been on an unusually stable Railroads are buying material with greater freedom and are only building new cars but are rushing the repairs of old While there in still a good sized surplus ot idle cars taking the country as nevertheless there are some sections from which occasional plaint is already heard of a car This in a way is for it indicates the general recovery of business which has resulted in a steady increase in the volume of freight Other industrial consumers are also taking increasing quantities of lumber which indicates a pick-up in general For further example the crating consumers be The demand for crating lumber is brisk and that manufacturers generally who must have a sturdy and dependable shipping are increasing their output very The hardwood market is not so brisk as the softwood market according to the American Industrial demand is and stocks are not overly but there arte a number of manufacturers who at this time are anxious to sell stock with the result that prices show a Dry stocks are very and it is by no means easy to secure any large quantity of particularly the upper Southern hardwood logging operations have been very materially interfered with by recent a condition which will be reflected later oh in the amount of lumber available for Human Cork Will Give Exhibition N. F. well known as a human cork because of his in the will give an exhibition in the Lindsay Pond near the charity hospital on Pr. has welcomed the exhibitionist for the benefit of the patients who will witness the water Kellman will give an in the water which is expected to prove most IN TRAFFIC COURT Special to The April 8___The final chapter of the Mississippi legislative session of 1922 was written last night in hall when the lower body invited the senate in to partake of a in which all political enmities might for the time at least be and smarting wounds of parliamentary battles might be salved and set at In other all members were to act just like they loved each Colleagues of Representative Jeff of Jones presented him with a gold watch in token of their The gift was accepted with a short speech of Mr. Collins is leader of the element in the house and has been a familiar figure in the midst of every hot Speaker Sennett Conner presided over the session and contributed remarks of a jocular and felicitous lie yielded the gravel for a period to Mr. of George of the who added prestige to the high Lieutenant Governor Homer H. Casteel made a short Mr. of and other contributed to the occasion with short Governor Lee M. with Mrs. was present in the was to address the The chief executive indicated his pleasure at this He spoke at some length on the activities and the results of the legislative The governor urged that all malice and hate bo laid aside and made a plea for fair He remarked that he had observed the work of the Mississippi lawmakers closely knew the motives behind each vote on every question as well as any observer might know More political epitaphs were written by the legislature just the governor than in any previous Many members of the two bodies would not have the opportunity to take seats in the lawmaking halls of the state he He that his auditors and the fulfillment of his Many plans had been laid and schemes devised during the present Governor Russell that would make or break many members of the present Who was right and who was wrong in the various political differences ho would not the govenor Applause was given the chief executive at the conclusion of his John was in traffic court this morning on a charge of He was fined DENY CENSORSHIP Associated April 8.-Charges of resulting in the deletion of the name of Christ from the opening prayer at the arms conference were denied today by Secretary CARRIED A PISTOL Mose was fined in police court yesterday for carrying a I Special to The April 8.-Governor juust before the adjournment the legislature this vetoed the requiring the state auditor of public accounts to make annual audits of the of all state The was framed and passed at the suggestion of the special committee that investigated the shortage in the office of Insurance Commissioner T. M. It passed the house by a vote of 73 to 1.�. and the senate by a vote of to 3. The Last Sad The liberal towards corporations believed to have been adopted by the Mississippi legislature was dashed to the ground yesterday afternoon when the house of representatives killed the passed Thursday which would allow manufacturing corporations to increase their holdings Prom to A hare quorum was present and the failure of the was a very slim The steadfastness of the members of the faction in remaining at their legislative posts until the last gun was fired was responsible for the which came on a surprise More than 0C members of the liberal faction had gone home or were absent for other * Because of so many of the legislators slipping away the state's licy towards corporations was dictated by 39'members of the about 25 cent of 100 of whom ducked the are of the liberal Under Monday's Both the senate and house operated under the Monday calendar until late Friday after which each went through the farce ceremony of from Monday until from Tuesday until from Wednesday until from Thursday until Friday and from Friday until Both of them have worked all week under the Monday calendar to pass appropriation and revenue which must be passed five days before final There is weeping wailing and gnashing of teeth about the old and new capitols and other departments today for the state salary officers carrying an average ten per cent cut on all state was passed by the It was asserted that it would reduce the state's expenses nearly a Sufferers from the cyclone which visited Rankin March 7, received the cold shoulder from the house when a by Mr. Watts of to donate to their failed of passage by a vote ot 07 yeas to 10 It required 71 yea notes to This was the second attempt to pass the and its failure to pass today was due to the absence of 03 members of the The house disposed a great mass of incorporating large numbers of them upon the same roll Most of these were a ml including the concurrence in many senate amendments and the adoption of conference committee reports on bills on which the two houses had Close of the day found the calendars of both houses still clogged with many bills which will come under head of with the final adjournment The house has broken all records for bills introduced at one its total number being 999. It is probably some unimportant measure will be introduced today to make it an even 1000. Revenue Agent Wins The Anderson substitute to the Shields which sought to place the state revenue agent on a salary basis was probably the last important measure considered by the It failed to pass by a vote of 24 to 12 with Senator Cohn leading the fight for the For the next two years at least the revenue agent will receive the com- on page Cotton NEW YORK Yesterday Today NEW ORLEANS FUTURES May 17.78 17.9U 1T.28 17.40 May 16.65 16.75 July 16.63 16.74 NEW ORLEANS SPOTS Middling 16.63 16.63
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