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   Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1924, Biloxi, Mississippi                                 .s.\L\Lí. i'ii.u"]' \vai;:;!X"; wítií Li'ossiiJLK HTfiüXf; ,^■«':'llï^^"^'I:s-f TEÜLY Wl.VftS TOXííJHT Iii TiíE Í^TÜATIIEli PIíKD1í;Txü;n-.  Ü L i.  RM  FIFTEKX CEXTS A WEEK—DELIVEKEÜ BY CAKKÍEIi —EIGHT PAGES  MISSISSIPPI COAST. ÏIIÎ'KSDAY AFTEHXOOX. J.V^'UAKY in.  jîEMBKi; ASS' ^I'lATYi' lYi:  M  t  Af.Miiiafir Was FeHow Paiieut in lios-pîtaî Where Both Were BeL-ig Trcíítcd for Meniai Troubles.  A'ihtM' ilic  T;i.vior, 2s  Uiin ili îhfî Iiiclunojic!. ITOUIHUMÍ ;!  X  t II  idi;  J!ere Ja: ¡i'jsjjií;'.! iifi'ici; He clie'l two iit ^s'üíj doîic by î old, k;uù :í¡ hr-Chicago i'liuiil.' nní^. P( ih : írp.Tt.'iionf fur mm (in:  sr.w ii.'ini s'-'i-i-•reiiches. accor ities. Jioiire, luid .sliow!; :í1': í<>iiíioní'ies r.iic to .'[('t HK ;¡ii ; j-a'ioiinl period done wit il an  (■.. .Jan. 10..-  s uh't. I'ul'iUel; i;<'d Slate.-' a .'Itt'iruev. \v:: e iîi^iiland jy anothci' annouiH'ed  ■iMii'Iiaei  " .'i 'aii-niy and iata.lly  patiejit.  L'.iday.  urs Later. Ti;e slaying Robert .iiuui'e. 27 ^ears  a tne.'iibeL' of a ^v(■ . aci.-ijriiini: io ai ue:i ^»■(.'re iiinier ;iieni:il ii-'iiiiile.';. '~eaK -A'ar \T(er: ¡'■'; in the I'roi :ii!i;; to hosjiitai they said, iie'v'er iiidica ! ions 111' e\'eii h.'ici been is^ist.ant kcep'T  i i I  liy  end-oin^' K'ltii  a.nd t line antllo!--befm'e ■.'¡ident illnwed du rint;  The  !ln  ;l.\e.  11 T'lU an<i ¡lersons were  ateii in tlif rai'i;f> tent on iio\',ai'il a\'enue in Biloxi lasi cM-ninL' iittt^iidiii^' the opening; ineetin;; of the reii;;ious cani|jai;;ii condneted b>' HoVv'-ar'i S. Wiiliaiiis. lay «'vaniielist. A musical pi'o.uTai.'i prior to tlie ¡neetin;,' was lead b\- CHis P(>rry. son;,' leader and Soloist, whei wa.s ;issis[(>d by i'erry at the piano.  The cti'dr \\-as made up of a lar^'e number of ¡uenibers of different eon-' fz^re/^aiion^: of i^ilo.xi tiiid Gulfp<jrt, who "Carry Your Bukìdp.ss;  a Smil"." wlueh v.'a.s foliou'ed by "\Vhen the Roll is Called L"i) Yonder." "Tiiere's liooui ;it the Cross For You'' and "The Toiieii of His Hand on r\line'."  Speeial seats w'.'re reserved f<ir the inend)crs uf the P'i.'.ini: Sijuaiii-on of Gnlfpori who conie b,\- ;iiitomol)ile and ^\ere represeiited by almost 'JiX) members.  p. G. Posey delivered a fervent iirayer. as did .Mr. Perry, the latter of v.dioni also snn;,' a solo "'Welcome for .'\Ie." This proved an e::-joyable tiunilier of tie'' sonji service.  Aniionneements were iaade by lir. (). S. Le\\'!s, ]iastor of the Main street .Aiethodisr church, ^vlio welcomed iNir. ^A'illia'.ns to Pdloxi, who came at tlie invitation tif the laynien of the  churches of this (dty. He said that n i-evi\'a! of rel!.;,'i<in is aiwa>s ¡¡i order. Further anîi.ouiu ement was also ¡iiade ¡•e;,'ardini.' cotta;.'e ¡jrayer meetii!;,'s wliich v.'il! be held in different ¡larrs of the cit,\' di'.ring the coarse of t!ie tiiree \\eeks. ai.d another held for the men in the tent at 11 :','() o'clock this morning'. He announced that a nur-ser;.' ttul. in chari;»' of competent per-Kon.s. adjoined the bi,^' tent, in wiiic'a children could be cared for while their parents aAtended the meetings,  Xo offering will be taken during the week : i\Ir. \\'illiams came here undpr no -uaractec. and the first offering \vill iie taken on Sunday evening,' which v.ili be used to help defray the e."C-penses of the meetings. A telei,'ram was read from busine.ss men of Ilat-tiesbnr.iT. vdio luet in i)rayer s(>rvice ycstprday and offered a siiecial pi'iiyer fc;r the success of the meeting's to be held in Biloxi.  3iembers of the (îulfiiort Flyiii}; So.uilaron, incbidin;; "Shorty" Gates leader. Koliert Kedfield, Me.ssr.s. Cain nn.d Xichols. a].ii)i>ared I'lion the platform and made statements I'egardin;; the success of the meetings conducted in Gnlfiiort by .Mr. "Williams. Their slo<;au is "IÎ;irrisou County For Christ." and they \v(>re asking the cooperation of ]'!il(jxi in this respecf. This squadron has iecrcased from 20 ti'oniinued on Third l'a|;ej  DW^'^fllP  '' i ' .i .. ' 1 ' .  Disí-lüsufp Itlade Today isi £ From Secretary Pov.-er îo suraiîce t'onimissioHer.  ursuîng 3IesiL'ers oí r; Gang li^'ho E.scaped  lUioiLS .\bììley  .'îiîter Gun  > i^îatJe ilîairmaîi oí HnírrstalP l'on-:nerre í'ommitípe by .lid oí íiiMir-gant Kepabiieaüá.  Ì7.Ì )i "»n--jok  Jackson, Jan. 10.—The reiitsiii of G(.'\'cri]or Ilussell to approve tlio boiid of T. M. Henry, state insurance coai-missifixie!', came to light today in tiie long standing figbt between these officials. The disclosure was iu a letter from Joseph W. Pov.-er. secretary of state, to Commi.s^ionej- Henry.  The letter accompanied the bunds of all nev,- state officials which v.ere sent by the secrettiry of .st;ite for tise approval of th(> insurance commis-ai(jner.  "The gi)\ernoi- has >\ithheld his ap-I)ro^■al "f the bond of T. M. Henry, insurance commissioner," read ^ir. Power's letter.  The refusal of Governor Russell to appro\-e the Ileni-y bond firings up leiial <iuestion which involves the authority of the incoming governor to appro\'e a bond which v/a.s not ap-Iiroved by the outgoing governor.  a-  \est Palm Ke;'A-h, Fla., Jan. Officers and ¡)os.iemen followeil trr.ils ea.rl;.- today in pursuit of hc-Ts of the fuiiK^us .Ishley escaped tiftiir a gtii! fight with officers Tiiiich begau e^rly yesterday and in whicii one .jutkiw v.-as left dead oil the bandits' a-asip in ijayment for the lift of ;in offieer siiot down at close I iiuarters by a. look-out as Sheriff. Bob Biiker and fi^iir deijuties sought to en-ipr the camp fo ttrrest Joe .Vsiiley on a <'harge lif 1 igJiway roiToery. Defi-uty Sheriff I'>ed Baker wa.s killed by ' llie look-out.  The pursuers iiressetl forward, lead ' by a pack of blood hounds, determin-i ;h1 to vi'ipe out of existence the oiit-^ law hand iield resi)onsible for <^uany ! of the major'crime.s in Florida tiuring tlie last ten years .-¡nd knowing that ,'fhey s?archcd for .men who vi-'ujld die  ■ lightiDg.  Just before iiiglitfali last uifrht I »ej)-; uty ' Sheriffs encountered John A^^h-ley, son of Joe Asiiley. near (>!uinphis  ■ and exchanged shrits with him. The : officers' automohiJe stalled and Ashley  . came T\'ithin Hn yards of the ¡)arty be-I fore'he recognized one of the deputies. I He halted and wa.s ordered to throw '; U)( his hatuls. Instead of obeyin;; he "vhipped _out his revoh'er anti fireil. I He leaped into a depression in the ' ground as tlui officer oi-,ened fire atid ; csc,-ij)ed. At iht' home of .John Kog-' crs near-by the officers learned that ! ^llfred Miller, alleged slayer of Dep-  ]0.—  tliree niem-  wiio  NEWS DOTS  Traction E.iiie Atinouüces .Yfidííinüííí CíiHUges 'tlr.do il! file Onerr.tion of Cni-H.  Elsev.'hcie found an ad the Gulfiiort Tr.'iition ("lUinKiny iji statement on .-.ome i  ;i this issile v.dl! ertisement inseitiMi & Mississippi Ch •wb.ich is irtlicr cliaii  by  list a .:es  ;r  ]nnde in tlcdi  Some ciia;'., the Back P..'i in Biloxi. C and r> :4ri a.i thereafter i;ti the last trip.  Biloxi ;ii-d ciulfpo tn the ííotei líivier.'i lei at (i a.H-, .'¡üd iialf hour there/ifier  cheduíí'S. s are ¡nade i auíi Point ( s v^■¡ll lea'.'e and c-,-er;.-i IIH." p.m.  ;ld. .¡ail  OUI mg t cars ó a.m. lioiir  v,;)icn IS  ill  ■un )io-  I ca.is le;n.-¡ne' th I ;i.m. and ever;, until midnight  Cars lea^■in'.; Kiloxi fA c" :o(l a.m. will leave Hov meuse streets instead of i;i\-iera.  <,'ars will lea from lim l)a:>' a.m. and ,":.'■)<' hour thereafter These chang( iioiiiiced by J. cut.  .) a.m. :ni!l ard and Lathe Hotel  ■e Gtdfiiort foi' Biloxi I)';ug (.'.unpan> -aï ."> a.m. and every half umil muinight. , in scheiiule are an-'. Halicr. >-tiperintfi:d-  fXlìFSTKr.ìi. OFTLiiOK (iOOB Scarcely any um^mploymeiif .and good prosijects ¡'or full ¡ndii-^t rial ;;c-ti'.ity this \ e.'ir \ias I'cported by the F. Employment Ser\'ice in a special sur\-ey made imblic \esterday. in such indtislrial ;ii-eas as 111 i nois. Pcnn-syl', ania, .X'ca" ^'(U'k. ('onneet ¡I'ln and ."'.iassachiisi't ; s, tlie usual and ine^-it-able s(>;isoua! slackening was said to be of less ciinsi iiuence than usual, (.-eorgia. Kentucky and f.ouisiana w(>re said to ha'.e little uncmplnyment at anv time during liì2;!. in Iowa,' only I'timmoii lal)ur was; found unem-¡jloyed. due ti, ^\■(.athel•. Kansas and olher middle states ',\'ere said tij show, continuing activity.  CHl'KiFIKS F.iV«K FEEDENG Ì GKKM'iSS  Th.  Ï CCie  -vtlierica h;  il (,'ou nei 1 of Í 'h urches of aligr.ed itsidf behind'the .\meric;i n-Ciernui n relief mu'.'emi'ut, ami has uiiresei-\-ediy end'U-scd the lU'ojwised ."^Td.tJOd.OOii go\'ernment food crt-dii l)ill. heads ot' the coiiiudl announce. The council claims to represent lOO.OdO Protestant ciiurches in  .\KEÖ \0T !)IE fx POOR MOl'SK  <>ld age ¡;piisi(jns cost less than poor hcMisi' care, in the belief of three sttites i'.hich h.:-' >-ea.]' ¡)assed hnvs granting financial aid to the destitute aged. .Montana. Xe\ada and Pennsylvanii'. enacted <dd age pensiorj legislation ' of a ^dmi]ar type. .\ny iierson 70 yeai's old or nio'.'e, ha\'ing no income or an inonie \\'hich does not (>xceeil .">300 a year, is entitled to recoi\'ed a ptui-■ sion of -S^."! ;i month. minus the .'imou'it of his income. This tyjie of I care is liclieved by mnny persons to bi' jireferabie ¡o resirìential support in a county hi.mie.  ^ .IFTEK-FrKCllA.SK COST- Al'TO Charles Schwab t(dd the Xational Llutiunobile Chamber of Commerce, ;it j .Xew York tluit 40 ¡)er cent has to be i adde<l to the shop ci>~t of the motor ! c.'ir to be ¡»ut into the consumer's j hands. (.^ist of sellin;; ought to be j cut down, h.e said, in a business-like  Ainujai Gatliering o? Híaíe tion Wii! Tßke Placc ar J.iniiarj' IG aüd 1".  Jackson  A. & M. College, .Miss., Jan, ÍÍ.—  A  iiingion. .)an, Cllisou D. Smit eP.fted ^ chairman  com.Hîittec,  Iii.  \  crai. Kilisou i>. Smith lina  -■'JUite as ctiairman oi it- int-com.'i'ffrce com.niittec, tme ut  ing committecs ui the I  can l'on.uwess.  r.oir iìi.-mrgeut lieptililic!n ; tv\'o fanner-hilior senatnrs tiire sutM'.ort to Smith, thus nnt only ing a dea.dloclc which has ex December 10. biìt aNo gi countr.-i- coUi incing manife^t theii' Control of the lìalanc.» i)ì the senate is as comuiete  '!)Uü!  ine ir  the Ilem;l)lic;  n jn<ur;  Sted si  a ti'in ; of T'i'C-a>. i^' t ts in  l>n  .M.  the thirty-second and final ìic.;-the deadhxF .Albert B. ('nm-of iowa. whc) h;id the i>ndnrse-of the Republican ■ >rt:anizatinjì -elei'tinn. ¡■i'cei\'ed unìy 2I> v.iies ¡inst for Sn:iih and six for  , . . . . , utv r red Baker had lied ìrotn the i le annua meeting of the Misaissinpi ' , i . i ,, .  ,,_____________ ^........ .......house v,hen he neard the exchange ot  dioi-. Miller was reported iuidly  vouiided.  Creamery Association will take placi at Jackson, January 1(] and 17, according to L, A. liiggins, extension Dnirv s!)ecialist of ^Mississippi A, & ,—^ „ :\I, College. The first day will be lak-; L/.^'"' en by J. H. McClain of the I:. S. ' Ha.iry Division, Judge O. Y. Taylor of Jackson. L. S. Edwtirds, extensioti creamery sjiecialist of Tennessee. That night the annual baiuiuet VtuU be .staged the feature of which will be a speech by O, A,_^torvi(di, the west-i erii reju'esentative of Good. Bros. Keeper Co. of New Y'oi'k.  The ;:ecimd day v\-ill be taken up in the scoring of 10 lb. tubs of butter ! from different creameries (jver the : state, by (}. E. Brov/n of the Federal  ot  hoCise  On  lot oi mins meni for rr as ag:  Stuiator Couzeiis, Reipiiidican. ."\Iichi-gan. who had been the third ciioicp of the insurgeiits. Smith re(•íd^■ed cti-ly on(> Vote more than the necessary majority.  ÍR ( j A .XI TIO X -V B 0 F T CO.\H'I.ETE  '\\"itl! the deadlock tirnken, rirgani-t^ation (if 'he íl^th congre-s is complete except fi)r a7i expected fight ever the office (,'i sen.ute tiresident pro tem-¡lore. 'J'he situation as to this ¡natie;-is somewhat obscure. Senator i"um-mins is witliout the endoi'sc-ment of the Reptiblican i);!rt.\' conference f'>r this place, as party leaders have held an election to be neçpssarv. "\Vith the  .Í. .^I  V\"  JMUU'.  Kriiii!  La-Lie 'J IF' Kei  .i. P.  li'iii  I ine  Lil.  L  'u,  nmnship of the committee, dies railroad legislntioti, gents ha\-e indicated they p<iri him for re-idection ;i pro tem. but there have  wnicn iian-tiie insur-vs-oiild sup-s iiresident been rum-  Ha;4a¡ (F \V. I 'oi in, .AI. D.  F'arri Com;,  (F  At'  ! \  :si)j.  ox \  xi;  .V. c  the Fnited Stati's \vii.h exceeding 2O.i)íHi,0(Ml.  rotiisian;; .liul .'\ilssi.ssipjtl S!t£;\T,v.H Showh Continued .tcîivîiies in al! Flues.  SHEKEE-'F GIVEX EXCEXTii^'E The IFdford count,(Tetni.) ■otirt in i(uarterl.\' session, unaninious-y adopted a resolution proiiding tiiat Imlf the fines imjiosed on li(pior law \-iolutors iti circuit court be ¡laid the sheriff, where defcndatits \\-ere arrested by the sheriff or his dejiuties anil where ^\■|Jrkhouse sentences -were im-tiosed.  W.\ii:R.\XT FOR SKY SEAKCEdl  Police ;it Los Angeles yesterda;.' I membershii) ''.\ere scanning the sk.\' for a stolen i air¡llane which the o^\■ner was forced to b\a\-e ne.ar a boule\'ard while pu.r-chasing a part for il.  Dairy Division, .After this the Jiwarii-ii!g of ¡iriz.es for the best butter will be carried on and the election of officers. re¡)v)rí of ctimmittees, etc. Ever.'.-bod.\- in the state who is interested in d;iir,\ing is invited to these meetings.  Bciievetl io ¡Have Had Crew of Thirty Fi';3eîî Kammed by Dreadnaughi Kesoiuie.  London, Jan. 10 (/P)—An admiralty messaije sa.vs the British submarine  in a  Bl'IFDS FFNERAL PYRE .\irs. Elizabeth Grothe, 4(!, Iiuilt a, funeritl pyre v,ith her own hands at Dejdioi-is, O.. and after it was bttrn-ing freel.\', three herself upon il and burned to de;ith, A. grocer's bor fouiid her charred body.  L-2-1 has been lost off Portland colli.sion. Is is feiired the entire crew perished.  The rj-2-1 v.'liich is reportcil to have I h;ui thirty men aboard, sank after a ; collision Vi'itli till! dreadnaught Reso-! lut{> off l^)rtlaiKl Hill, a rocky prom-: entory on the Isle of Portland extending into the English Chanuel. It is i unofficially reported that the submarine v.'as rammei! by the di~endnaught.  The  W  a r  :siiin ?*Iissi  ;ton,  isiplii v\cvy  Jan . 1b'.—Louii are entering 'he ii;-os!ieci that  i;ina new  •al sill St  the oil  ^,'ill be no unemployment during 1024. 'iTiis is indicated by the ssiecial sur-^er of the two staic^ made for tb.e Fnited States emtiloymenl service.  C(/mmon laiior will bu> in stea'l;.' (ie-mand, both. Ijy farmers aitd for work on the good roads progr.am whiei; has been uiuler way for se-.-eral .\cars, aufl wliM-li will be continueti for another t.vo years at least.  "The fartuers are rath-jr skepti-as t'o tl-.e 1021 pr;i;a)ects, due, nobly, to the f.-iet that tlte year pa'ysed vvas not as ¡irosr.crous as preceding year. Tlie ,,.;tlo( k for^ and gas development is rncouraging. Few fields v.'ill be de\-elo;ied and the iu-oducts will no (b<ubt equal if mn cxcce<i those of 102'].  Tlie summary of tic rcìiorts covering the situation in Mi--i is..ipi>i i- as j'dlows :  BFI Li.) UN G Cf »XT IX1/ E S  "There is at ib.e ¡iresent time som" <• irtiiilmcnt noted in the lextile and lumber mills, a!way^^ m"r.- or le-s ('X-] "cted at this time of the year : otiiei--V. ise the industrial emiiloymeut condi-iioii in iStississippi is vegurdv'd as '■■lod Tb.e outio.ik for ¡024 is I'cry bright and the demand for skillec and cjinmon labor will m.e..t certainly dittai tiiat of 102;;. There is notiiiiii: fi indicate a slowing 'iov.m of general b libling consiructi.m which has iieen miusnallv active dviring the past eighteen months. fnll employment n; b lilding tradesmen is practmnlly a:---■u;-!'d. State projects, consisting (o notion work, '^^■¡ll nploy killed weather , the past  STRIKE  M.  i,'aia;e ox  SOl'i. grand niece  orn  ami  r-.-id and other c-ntinue on a liuge s-nb birge niimliers of commci: laiior. Due to unfavora ciiuditions am! crop vere was not a particularly cncourag i, ;; one fur the farmei-s; the prospe(;P fcr 1024 are tiiat plan'iug acreagi r-iu about the same as l.ist year, more or less optimistic in tlnnr look."  PL.iri<;s c.\sii ARTISTIC  'Winifred Ga;.'nor. the late Ma.yor Gaynor of .Xev^■ Y'ork, formerly alto si.loist in the HQ]y Xriii-it.^• Protestant Ciiiirch, h;is brought suit in the Xe\i' York municip.al court for .">17.1. for alleged broach of contract. cliarging that her artist soul had been iii.iu-ed becaus.e of discoi-d among singers at the church. Tb.e sum, she saiil, retiresented salary from Dec. 1. when she vi'a.s disFiarged, until .May, 1024, terminal date of her one-year contract. i'.'onnsel fo-- the clinrcli de<-lared ."Nfiss (i;iynin- inter-rutiied rehearsaN, -»vas late, critiidzcd her fellow singers and called th" altos a "loincn of r.afs."  3iED.tL .liWÄKÜElP TO BKÄVE OPER.ITOR  The Theodore .X. "x'ail bil->er medal ^v;>:. "presented la^c mFlu b.\- J. H, Brovi'i! of .Ytianta, ¡iresddeut of the Cumberland Teh'iihone and Telc^-raiili Coniiiany. (o .Mi-s. lAil.i \'era Orr, teler.lioiie o¡le|-;i(o;. of J'^'rrida.^. La., for liei-oi'.|ii displajed when the .Mis-s!s-i¡lp,i ri\-er le\ec broke four miles from Ferrida.^■. .\¡lr¡l 2tl, i;>2.'l. in addition to the medal .Mrs. Orr ;i1.no recc:\-cd a cash ;n''ard of .<i2."iO. ^Mien the Ic-ccc -in'e -.'.'a.x' ."\lrs. Orr, aithoiigii in constant danger, remained at her pos! and w.-irned residents of the coun-tr.'.side, She remained on dut.v- 2o hciiirs bi>fori' sfo¡,¡)ing to rest, and for six -\-ccks aftci-\vard she had to use rin\-bo;it to ;;o to aiiil from her work be-.'iii--" of tlic ili-li \\-;(ler. The medal was presented at a btiiiiiuef in .\cu-Orh'ans at tended liy teiejihone offi-<'i.'ils and chairmen of <miulo\-es asso-  started by  80PH0.M0RES Tim entire soithomore clas.s of the \'irginia Militar.\' Institute in Le.x-: ington determined, according to itir : siiokesnian, not to return to the cam-' tins while the school's jiresent vigilance committe<^ remains in ¡lower, ' The class ntimbering llo men am! ' including three members of the var-sit;-,' football te;im, walked out abottt ^ 1 t.'iO o'clock this morning as a protest against ¡mnishment imiio.sed by the vigilance committee upon Thomas ' (dty (frowder of Texas, one of its mem-liers, on charges of hazing. The ^valk out was described as the culmimiting incident of long-standing (liffercnces between sophomore timl seinor class men over the liazing of freslimen, Crowder's alleged offense was de-dared by his classmate.s to be insufficient reason for the fixed for him recentl,\ by the commit-fee and they served notice that if the penalty v,as exactwl tliey wouUl lettve the ctimiius in a body. Mtijor (jenertil "vS". X"ichols, siuierinteiident of the institute, is said to ha've been notified of the so¡dlomore,s' action soon jifter they ^valked out, but it is  liiier-t'ity Gafiiering of South Missis- ? •sippi Cities Proposed for Jasiuary 31—Report on Industria! ScbooL  L-24 was conijdcted in the Fit-j ti-^r jiart of the ^var. She v.-a.s 24S feet ' ,sdx in<-hes in length over till. She dis-i irlaced 890 gross tons on the surface a]id 1070 submerged aiul carried a «■-wmplement of men.  blings of some opposition Rei)ub!:can orgtiniztit ion.  '\^'hether Senator Ctimmins remains as a member of the interstate com-mercp committee, which handles railroad leiiislatiofi, vras questioned in the sem,.te b,v some of the tnsurgents. Reimblican organization leaders hold, hovve\-er, that he is a member destiire his 'defeat for the chairmanship. SEXATi)R BRFCE STIFL BOLTS On the ballot which elec'ted StUiator Smitli, (,ne Democrat, Bruce, of Mar;>'-laiid. icted for Setiator Cummins as he had done since early in the deadlock wh-=n the insnrgent.s threw their strength to iiie South Carolinian and failed to elect him by a margin of one \-otp. Since tlmt; time tlie insurgents had sin ported in turn Senator 'I^a-Fol!t»tie fif YViiiC'onidu, their recog-Tiized leader: Senator Howell of X'e-braska and Senator Couzens. I The Rc-publicans voting for Smith i were Brookliart, Jowii ; Frazier tttid  M. Diibuis>'i  Towiisiiiti i)tr. Frank from the D. .J.  J. Bailey, Gi ber. ,í"i¡n L  ^y:ìlìí' Xerr. Townsliit)  -M.  J •  Ta-, Hai  Tí.  un (jariini'r ate  .Y  HuîiShlTie  1021$  ]F VOJVE G-oT ñ HOME, '^nj^r^'  Passenger Line to be  tablisiied to  Pass Chrì-sìian  îinnjn.i r Doru.ir;  w tPrlea iine pas )rleans f'staitlis f)r  'J'here was an incretised .attendance ;it the Gttlfiiort Kiwanis luncheon held at the Great Southern Hotel yesterday. ' iMusic which is conducted by Edgar Hirsch is (juite an ¡iddition to the luncheons.  Visit(n-s who were ¡iresent ami who were introduced v.ere xV, C, Steuerna-gel of iMen^ihis, Tenn,, and E. K, Price of Gulfport. A., communication was reteived from the Bih)xi Kiwanis Club in regard to holding an inter-meet of Kiwanians from Laurel, Hattiesburg, Gulfport and Biioxi at Biloxi on Jtinuary ;jl.  It w.'is do(d(led to acceiit the invitation of the Biloxi organization to attend Miis meeting but on a.ecoiint of the 81st of the month being a difficult time  Ladd, X'orth Dakota, and LaFollette, '^\"isconsin. Senator X'orris, Xebras-l-;a. tinotiier of the insurgent bloc, continued to vote for Cuiizens, as did Senators Gijoding, Idaho; Capper, Kansas ; Howell, Jones, Wtishin.i-ton, and X'orl)tck, South Dakota. On ^ the othe- tvs'o ballot.s during the day negro ran amuck on down town | th einsurgents supported i'otizens. a'treets last night, shooting right and  Negro Eiîiîg Àmuck' lim Deny er Streets; Tliree Persons Bho^  Den\'er, Jan. 10.—A drink criize<l  nt  left. Three men were shot, two per-hai)s fatally. The negro subse<iuently v.-as overpowered when he ran out of ammunition and was taken to jail. He told police he did not remember anything about the shooting episode.  Bishop Miirrah  Criticaîïj III  I\IPDiphis, Jan. 10.—The condition for many of the members to get i of Bishot) "William H. Murrah, a lead-  under.stood he took lion because of the  no immediati early hour.  ac-  Y.\s,E  :m. a  .Muiiini limited  CITS FKESH.'VÏAX {>sborn, secretary of  i'L.ASS the Yale id\'isory board, sa.^■s Yale has its undergraduate freshmen  Oat ions in t he ^■c^c {»rl  O^rlEF?  ."ans disi ric¡.  ESCAPE  class to S50 members, ¡ind that Princeton and Darttuoiith have also set a maximum. I'his ste]) ^^■as taken, he said, so that the e'|ui¡unent ami faculty -will be sufficient to ^iv;. indi\'idual attention reqnired in fii'st and most imtiortaiit yeai (ollege life. Ret'cnt changes in Yale entrtince recmircmentK. he  will and oul-  U'ashingion. Jan .10  committe.' of the senate îioiis committee will be^ der a resolution sdoiitetl m'tfee toda.v to hold ¡¡¡■ion the ¡iropo'--al ol  A sub-ftireign rela-('(lue-^ted un-by that corn-public hearings Senator Borah,  Ke-publican. Idaho, urging recogmtion of the Soviet go\-crnment of P.u'^sia.  BiLOXE C.-\F..END.1K TOMGKT I ."Niagnolia Lodge 7 :"0. I, Knights Columlius ö. Î "Common Law." CrovN-n. "The Bond Boy." Gaiet;.'. "Fools of Fortune." \"audevi!Ie. Strand.  Biloxi Benevolent Ass ii Banquet Avon 7.  FRIDAY Free Clinic Biloxi City Hospital 2 to o. Boy Scouts 7. .••Common Law." Crown. ^ "The Flying Dutchman," Gaiety,  "The Days of Kit Carson,' "Tbe Sauta Fe ïrail," Strand.  WOODS .-^LIY EXECFTIO.X  Oiiiei- Pi. 'Wouils. con\-icte(! ^vifl•-murder--r. sentein/cd to die .Jan. l.S, sent .'i signcfi affid.-p.it to Go\-. Mabr.v of Flail ,\'esterda,\' s;j.Oi;g he believed ('. ^ .-¡diier of {'ounsel, Idaho, -was one of flic 1 v.'o robbers he has insisted from the start murdereil .Mrs. "Woods. As a result Gov. ."^.iabey has ordered !i Sjieidal meeting of the board of ¡tar-dons to again consider the case,  KFEES AGAINST i-^IG D!VF DE.mS  1'.",' a divided decision the interstate commm-ce commission Tuewla.v refused the Oaliii Raihvay and Land Coniiian.v of H.awaii authorit.'.' to n ;")<) iier cent stock di\dded timounting to .^2,r)0l).UO() and incidentally held that railroads are not entitled to ca])-italizc new \'alues arising froia ap^-i)re<.-iation of okl assets.  make it ¡lossible ftir school students to enroll witiiout first .attending any llre¡la^atory schools. This was done to make the student body matiomiliy retn-esent_afi'. e. In the undergraduate fresiimen class, he ex¡^lained, a broad distiu'For. is made tetween those intending (o take scientific work as ojiposed to classical, but beyond this stiecialization is not carried in tlie first ^('a^. This permits ti more in-'(dligent cdioice of courses later, after the undergradtiate has had more o¡l¡•!o^tunit.v to discover hia caiiabili-ties and v^dlat the university has to offer.  iway a member of the Gulfport inter-litinishment city relations committee ^vas appointed to attend a luncheon at Biloxi and ascertain if the date conld not be changed.  It -(vas also decided to have suitable program on January 2.'> to commemorate the anni\'ersar,\ of tlie or-ganiz.atii.ui of the Kiwanis Club.  The educational <-ommitiee was ap-¡lointed to ascertain tlie cost of lur-nishiin; the girls' club room at the nev^- h.igii sOioid and report the same to the (dub with a ^■iew of undertaking to furnish the same.  The committee which was a¡)pointed to iin'estigate conditions at the Indus-tri-'l Home made a ^vritten re¡iort whiOi is here given.  Giilfiiort, Jan. 0.  Kiwanis Club, Gnlf¡)ort, .'^liss, (ientlemen :  Your committee, apjiointed oti the Industrial Home, begs !ea\-e to submit a further reiiort.  3. A^'e called a citizens' meeting at the (.'liamber of Commerce last Friday afternoon, and (¡uite a number of citizens from Biloxi,' Long Beach, I'ass Cl'.ristian and Gulfport ;itteiuled, and a thorough discussion v.'as liati of the matter, and this (dtizens' meeting also apipointed a committee of fiA'c to rei)-rcsent the Otizens, and named your committee a,s their committee.  2. xV free, will offering u'as taken, ' and something liko S75 was raised and placed in the hands of ymu- committee to supplement the food supplies of the (Continued on Fiftii Page)  ; ing churclinian of Soutliern i\iethod-) ism whri wu'i stricken with apijpls.xy Tut^da.^■ morning was reported un-■changed today, ills conditioi: isidered critical.  con-  jReMoyal ©f Troops  IH  'roM Marioîî  jMeiy  .Mttrion. 111., Jan. 10.—Removal of troo¡)s frotn .Marion was in prospect iier(> earl.',' today when tlie "¡leace meeting" in the hotei room of Adjutant Genei'al Black broke u¡) and the representative of the Ku Klux Klati clement left for home iifter almost nine hours of continuous conference.  .CI  ELECTFO-X IS FXPRECEDEXTED If there are precedents for the elet;-, tion by ;l)e senate of a committee ' (diairma.]. from the party opposite to I that in control, officials fail to rpcall , it. and t.iey have been unable to find i a record of it in their search of senate  ■ files.  ■ Early i)rg;niizatiou of the interstate commerce committee is looked for and  ' ¡iressure immediately will be brotighr for the E!)pro\'al of bilks amending, if not repealing, the transportation act. It wotild apttear that a majority of ; the committee is'favorable to the repeal of the .so-called rate-making sec-  ■ tion of that act and perhaps some other change, but whether a straight repeal mpasure can be i-otpd seems doubtful.  Oliairman Smith ^vas one of who fought the transixirtation ai both in ilie committee and on th floor of the senate ami it was ber-au.'-of liis position o?i the nieasu' th.'it Senator LaFollette from his <ic! room ¡mt)lic!y endorsed 3Ir. Smit for the clmiriminshi]) last motith. d* (Iraing tiiat his election would be "clear-r-ut vici(;i-y f,,;- (llO progre; sives."  Í rne  CO  .lud X ^ pvrr.  our  tho-  I .X  Air X:>w  will be í's U'iving X'e daily air ted Stati'  manager i anmcnii-ei  Fipiijim and pre¡;a:  service. 3!  company i< mail ser\ ' til e ri'i'er of the foi have been in info use for t At leas: r. made eticii da the ¡lassen^er tional spr'^'iee The service  comed by bu sUpedv servil.' and Pass f'h mina! í'f tbe scbeditle calo a tllaW a.m Chrisrian and ten minti aiso are expei nart of Tbe 1 on!:' a  senger s?r niid Gülf ¡led ai)oiit leans the m:er route .V, Xewc  ( 'oa-  uce  ,-oa>  "ebr  ■nn, ■ i  ns  Xi  ,ie  fide lo wcomn s;  I jT) ,1 r Ì m L ü  ween tbe C)rle;n;  1 i;\-droT)Ui rage, ,vin ::ew line, round ir  and  j1 11 c  •a'le  .ais anno! jusiifi-s e a ! V f? it.  lecred to tuen aux: -'u X  ( 'r  12 : F'  vim: rri^'in n., on ifji  Y\-  ;3I.\LL TRAFT  IXí  tue rill ■  ,'IV f  mniatinu'"  ■men; of ¡  tin  nan  the tiie or the uiid.  beoaratisig Leader  TT.  10  lis Assassmaiíí  -pe.í'cr. Bavarian Palai ina íe, Jan. (/P)—Herr Heiniz, the Septiratist leader, iiresidcnr of the autonomous government of the I'alatinate, was as-.sttssinatcd here last night. Later five jiersons were killed in clashes befi^'cen the sejiaratists whose headquarters are here ;ind the nopulace of the city.  liea\'.v that is difficult.  S.\M.IK!T.\N .\n unknown friend of the children of Baldwin «'ounty, Ala., aas made ¡i Christmas ¡iresent to them througli Dr. George C. Marlet;e, county health officer, in the form of a Tund of 8200-; to be used, under the direction of th» ! SteYeiTIS county health unit, for t!;e oenefit of children of Baldwin county ^j.-ho are —ill neetl of medical attention.  Intense Cold and  Heavy Snow for ^ Eerope TMs Winter  I.ondon, .Jan. 10.—-Fnusually severe storms accomji,') nieij by intense crdd am] luar.-y .snov.' arc sweeping Etiro¡)e thF v,'inter. Off the coast of Spain and Frattce the disturbances liave pi'i«\'en a serious menac.e lo shi;)i)ing while in 'he Xorth Sea and in Scan-dinavitui ^valers the ice floes are so  Court Elsies that Saenger Company ''s Not a Trusi  F:     Xe^    :■,' Í    )riean-.. .ian, ]•>,—-k sui' ..          in-oun        azain-.t tl e .Fmu^-'i-          tnent    ( 'o    iiiiian\' and oncers in          viola-    ion    of tile Louisiana ;in;i-tr;:s:    Tv  : 1      law V        ciiarged. -.vas fiismi-'sefi ye--    'i      terda;        n Xe-.v ¡.irieans i:i di-tric: t          Ci.iur':    at    lil,-. reoue-r of Di-'r:,-' .Vt- ■          torne;,    M    arr. In a similar ea,~r; a-ain,'! •■          a .'am    :dr,'    cfinpany, :h» -*a-e -.uiireew. -         •e-enl  -indant  upne o;i tin  c oxj)it:üx:  navigation in mai  nlac  01  s Memoria:  de; ell ;  •e-enl  -indant  upne o;i tin  bu  ■omt  ANCIEXT C.-\IITHAGK DOLLEU IT  The fas(dnating disco-v'cries made during the last three years in the escavai ion of tlie riiins of Carthagc vverc exiilainyd in detail b.^- Count B.\ron Khun De Prorok, the young iirt.lmeologist, atithor and artist, «'ho  GFLI-T'ORT (b'iLENDAK TOXiGHT  iMaccabees  R. W. Veal Chaiuer  "Tea With a Kick." Strand.  FRIDAY Odd Fellows Boy Scouts  '•Bu.ster" Keaton in •'Three Ages," Strand,  Basketball dotibleheader. Pass Chii.stian,  St. Peter's Episcopal Church vestry  Basketball double-header at , iiandeboro '  "I has been in ciiarge of the work of unearthing the remains of the ancient metroi'iolis under the auspices of the Frcncii go^'ernment. Count De Prorok in his lecture before the Lyceum Association at Sophie Wright High Hcdiool, Xew Orleans, says the Time.s-Picaynne. said among relics of classic civilization in Africa brougiit to light was a terra cotta orgaii two thon-sand years old with pii)es and ¡)edals. spectacles with thick len.ses^ and perfume vaiiorizerü u.-ed to blow perfumes upon the women. The conn-believes that when furthei' excavating' is caiTietl on. , the afttiqvüties -revealed will be niore starUiu!? tev-m (Continued ou Fifth Page)-; ,  ^TAET THE ¥EAE EIGHT  JL-iJ iL  'OÜ^  il  T PLEASES  WHOLESALE DfêïBflHMÛé  Id  Jackson, Jan, 10.—J. .Morgan Ste-"s'ens, foni er suiireme court jnstii'e in 3Iississit)iii, has accepted tiie .Missis-siptii chairmanship of the Harciing ilemoriai Association. Judge Si even.s is a Democrat, but in accep'ting the state ch.'iirmansliip said lie did so r-.'it:i the feeling tiiat sectional and party lines should be "forgotten in iifonoring the memory of 3F?-. Plarding.  same j; ida.ined. siiprem-;.  a nr.  CÍJ I  Seyera] Beiieyed  tolled in ColJaose  Bradford. England eight to ten persons, killed today throu;;h the upper floor of here. Hea'.".' masse crtished through and imprisoned fort;, wreciiage.  Jan. it).—i;  11., ared. ■ollar,-  ma cl:  Xew York, "^■^'ilson has  Jan. 10 i/P)—Woodri>w announced through hi.s  secretary that lie will not make any comment concernins his attitude toward the Eok uea.ce plan, aecording to a Washington dispatch appearing in the X'ew York Times.. The siateaienc on behalf cf the fonaer president ■was  FroBosai  ^•---UB Wa:shington. Jan. 10. (/P)— : tary Weeks -nnounced today that ae had received stlli another prorwsal ■for the dispo-sition of the Shoals project. Details o£ the iie^v"  2"o  J> 'I  P:  'Dl  I 'V  in the fora of a reply to an inquiry : plan were not disclosed, but it con-iha newspaper's Washington ] templates the manufactures for fertil-correspoDdent. izers.  .o;o. i^-i-ca; tj;i ^ ' ' g G I II ••  -,v;t;- a ayutiû:ae nurta-west in the evening. Freezing leinper-ature is indicated for interior points in Mississippi tonigli: and Frid|iy xnoraia^.   

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