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   Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1924, Biloxi, Mississippi                                 -i 'rt'î ì*ì't  I  I PL^N^«î;SQME$HlXG , EVERY- I f. ' : ; TO&'tftìfc REST OF J  ' 'V'ÍÜÉIIS-.MOS^H . J  FIFTEEN CENTS A WEEK—ÖELIVEREDBY CARRIER- EIGHT PAGES  i*®" • S"  Vf'-  r  r  EDITI0N-4:30RM.  n  i  mississippi coast, tlluiisd&y afternoon, april 3, 1924  MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRES£—VoUMK XXVJ—M MMKU .1!»'  ^ ?/ ii ■  MANY MAÏÏERS REPORTS Affi  fsr  Poultry Forms Important part of Discussions at Regular Meeting; of Gulfport Organization.  FILED TO WOMEN TO  Soul-Saving Campaign Being Con-I'. S. District Attorney Takes Steps ducted at First Methodist Church < In Covington, K}., To Seize 1410  Meeting With Success.  Kiwanis noon-hour meeting by the* On If port Club yesterday might have been called visitors' day as there was  Cans Conisur Cove Oysters.  "(■Special to<> Daily Herald)  number of  a comparatively large them present.  Ivan T. Goodrich was introduced as vious evening, the baby member of the club. Nine Biloxi Kiwanians were present and added greatly to the pleasure of the occasion by their pleasant smiles and jolly conversation.  Rev." W. J. Ferguso» of Gulfport,  Another forceful -sermon was preuched by Iiev. W. J. Ferguson at the First Methodist Church in Gulf-[ .Smith, 17. S. District Attorney, today  ' INSTALL DRAG IN WAR MEW OFFICERS  HOUSE READY FOR BUDGET  LIONS ELECT  NEW OFFICERS  Girls to Write Essays on Why Their Impressive Exercises Conducted for j New Turn Taken by the Daugherty Alter Clearing Calendar of all .\p-Young Men Friends Should Attend Installation by J'ast E.valted Kul- Investigation Committee Involving propriation Bills Effort Will l>e  Camps.  ers—Plan for Eikpat.  New Department of Government.  Washington.' April' 3.—National Biloxi Lodge of Elks met. in rcgu-1 Washington. April ».—The storm  Made to Provide Revenue.  : l)r n. Z. Welch to Head Newly ! Organise«! Luncheon Uub—4)latrict Field Director: Talks.  Jackson. April o.—The lower h«ru*el The Biloxi I.ions Club held their  Cincinnati, Apr. > 3—Sawyer A. ¡- trophies will be given by Mrs. Calvin' kr session last night arid installed; swept course of'the-Daugherty inves- of the Legislature m«r«ing| annual meeting in Hotel.  port last night to a congr much larger than the one on the  The meeting was opened by au in-; oysters shipped ta\ Lexington, Ky. spiring song service which was fob ; The goods were packed by the Seafood lowed by reports from the different Co., Biloxi, Miss.," and received bv prayer circles which are being held at W. T. Sist'runk & Co., Lexington, different places iu the city. These Ky. The petitiori asserts that the  ............„ __________ reports wore encouraging and speak statement ''five ounces" on each can  who is a Kiwanian, gave a ghort and  for th ? campaign being waged j s  f 0 i se  and misleading deceiving the  Spirited talk which was greatly en--j  fo L,soul saving. j purchaser because of excessive brine.  joyed by thos« present. There were!' ^c 20th chapter of St. John was ! --—-  also several out-of-town visitors who 1 1 " swl Rev - Jerguson as a basis  of  : Jnwil Annai*Pntlv were guests of themembers of thej h . ,s sermo »' t h - er ?  l)e,ni \, tlu ' oe  dm  ( lUWd Apparently  Safe for McAdoo  regation ■ filed "suit' in t^'dTstHcV^ourt 'c^".'' at  the White House on June! officers. Past exalted rulers filled; «gating committee took a sudden the pre- j inxton, Ky.. to seize and condemnI  14 > Flag Day, to girl and yoihg| the different chairs in conducting i turning today which -lead it into a '1410 cans of Conistir brand of cove j women essayists who best describe j the installation exercises with which i swirl of charges and recriminations  the reasons why young n^en they know j the following officers were installed :. centering in the war department-should attend the citizens' military Exalted ruler. G. B. Cousins; on-; Thomas Lane, until a few days a««  . ... , . . teemed leading knight, E. L. James;,)-».,..] .„H-iior to \inior General Pat-  traimng camps. The contest is spon- esteemed rioyal knight. J, FJ. Rreaux. | , , . - ?,  f  " •  - -  w  -  J  'rick, chief oi the army air service.  club-  ! si»ns used. First, was the'woman ;  ' Regarding the attendance contest of j  i second, the little band, and third, t".  sored by the Women's Overseas Ser- Jr. vice League, has been approved the secretary of war and has given formal approbation by the first lady of tli* land.  Mrs. C'oolidge's two sons will attend military training camps this  „,., esteemed lecturing knight, W.  t  , .„, . ,  red bv W. Baftar, Jr; secretary • Jfahu i testified that whenhe refused to com^ were passed without change from the ..onsiderahJe for Bilo.i.  s béai/l&cbwenek : treasurer." A. S. Gorenflo ; | ply wi tli orders to «'stay away- from!*'""  a( jV. l ? t . e / 1  »» «1»' swmte. elected wcr,- as follows:  le first trustees, Leu is Staehling and S. J. the committee hewas dismissed from M-. \M,.twor.h of Pike offered :. „,,  l5 . Welch. ,„-,,<  ?sfo: tyier, -Eugene Lf^caze; W. ; the air service and his desk and "brief ! resolution prov.d.ng f'->r «n .nvesup.-  r( . uz „ .MH'alci,. -Vicc-prmdent : Jaort*  ::h, representative to the grand I «ise rifled.of valuable papers bearing ' V™ « lf  ^ « lef ' < : ,t - ™ the state hiinking GillK-rt, secretly ; ........... Garner.  e. The installation was followed ' cS-aircraft transactions. department,_w!u V h was refen^-to ,  1T!1M11 , ir  . .,„,,„  T . Whitc. W. L. Mc-  «•leared its calendar of all appropria-■ „,. s ,i,iv tión bills in readiness for considera '  ai noon when there was a  tiog-and prepared-to tackle tomorrow: large- number of the u.Hnbcrs |>meitt the troublesome «luestion ..f providing' "'lio hi-:m¡ :m 'i.ntcrcstig talk by Disr enough revenues to meet the budget.'  Ir ¡<t Field Uircctor John Hill, anül'-which shows a total of nearly $10.-, ,„„ k ^ n wvmi ,  nvW  TIW  000.000 a year. , . - , . „ , ,  Appropriation fur the state plant I «'W»»cat»o„ ,s making excellent headboard and the shite" board of health; way and has m ready nci-oiuplished  tífficets  ¿ T one who should have been in the lit-.} Daveniwrt. Iowa, April  -An ! national trophies will be   Artbur  Jf. n f  C ^rtle bjuid, T^nias;^.,rwas'notthei^; lowaii delegation to the Democratic {awarded the three essayists, not-less, tain J. K. Milner are the leaders the  Qujt<l fwrcibli Um speakel . | jrought  : National Convention favorable to | tha »  1:i  »or more than 19 years of* !  Staehling Tedest-o  1  --Lra< lodge.  by talks from the newly instaled of-i The officer nametl by the witness ficers. who have "started otit^fo make | as having given him the order and  [•siilent : i^i-  bank committee without debate. In the house, concurrenee was to the si'iuite ¡unen'dnient to tl  j Leod ami W. F. (òiodinati. meinbeK 9 * of the board of directors ; Albert  I^ang contingency is still in the lead, being one member ahead in the attendance of yesterday. B. C. Cox was selected as the del-  he fact that: those who miss re- McAdOo was apparently assured to- !.?* 0 ;  whose  answers to the. question: is services in the church to 1 day. when nine of eleven congressionr "Why a young mart I know should  out the  ligious services in the church to . uay, wnen nine of eleven congi-ession which they belong miss those things al districts in the preferential caucus which give them power and» the abil- liamed delegates who favored the  as an alternate  Henry -Walker, who is a member of the garrison County Poultry Associa^ tion, told of the establishment . of a j AVholèsale poultry and egg market in  NEWS DOTS  attend a citizens' military training camp," are adjudged the best.  The essay is restricted to 300 words, and will be judged on its "originality, expression' and sincerity." The contest will close May 5. The winners in addition to receiving -the -trophies from Mrs. Coolidge, also will be given railroad tickets from their homes to Washington and return and a "lib  surrounding counties. .  At the conclusion of his address he ; , by the st,nk o1 ' " PX - People are tak--was warmly »applauded and., a unaui-! ,niî to books ' "»"Saziues and news-mous endorsement of the' proposition i P»l> ers  "»«* stress sex like flies to a .was given by all present.  11>lle of f,lth -  Art '  vou men  Oi'  : Dean Woleben who is another mem-  a ''° - vou bpcs  î vho , tako to  her of the association also told of some i f 'teratureDon t read a book simp-of the benefits of the poultry business j ly bcca ^  lfc ls a  ^«t ' seller.  in the comnjunity. \ ..  t ^ vtrv , _was i iw  ' A committee which was appointed 1  °* MCE i Ihh   terstate Operators' Association and  0 f the land, the building of better miners to reach an agreement on a bodies and broader and cleawr minds, new wage scale before.their confer- the awakening of civic i-eSponsibili-ence at Kansas City ended Tuesday ties, is one of the greatest and most  deserving patriotic endeavors attempt-  ________! eel by the nation.''  ; •  IMPEACHMENT« QUIESCENT j _  The house judiciary «'ommittee i XT • faile<l again yesterday to take up the "" 0|JUrlolllcil S  money for the Biloxi City Hospital, was inaugurated and plans will go' possession of Lane and said, Secre-hyrward for the celebration, the exec- ! tary Weeks had instructe<l him to litive committee for which will be ;  say that a subpoena served on the named next week. The Elks plan to j secretary himself would be necessary raise a sum larger than ever before ; bring the papers before the coin-through this entertainment for thej mit t(M?.  hospital. j .Yolajide denied that he bad desired  Plans'are also under wav to «-elc- j t«» Vu^jiross Lane's testimony, declar-bratc Flag Day June 14. A commit-1 i"g" he had taken only "official rec-tee will ailso be appointed to arrange Lane's desk and l>rief case'  for the program. j and insisted that lie was actuated on-  Zero liom- was-observed'.during ''>'  a desire  see that the com-which drawings were- held' for two mittee should come through the prop ;   pi-izes offered iu the" attendance contest, in which .the names of L. J. Boy and W. P. Henley were drawn, neither of whom were present in the lodge rooms at the time.  governing the state tax comnussion provoked a lively debate iu the Senate. a sriff fight being niade against the clause giving the governor i'iower to designate-the chairman of the body, who is to serve also as im-onie tax commissioner.  who^vas an honored guest jof tlwcltlb. " made the'best talk along club -operation lines heard pi some time, dfal- ' ing with the a ! !em?ain-e of tlic mfli bcrs; suitable attrartiye programs and the auti'iuatii- rule governing" the citili. Mr. Hill Was present with' Samuel L. Nili, field, direct nr. An- . other guest of the rhib was A Friedman. e.ii'gincer in charge of th<> extensive improvement 'work now lintler Wiiy-'iri Hiioxi.  I>r. M. It Moslev. l^iwrenre Ilerr-   T , , , . on . . 'senate resolution proposing impeach-!  at the previous meeting to look into! . J^ 1 «^! 20 tin.  V s. as assessor of j  1U01]t 1)roce0(I ings against Clarenie C. i ^ - r,.! Agenda. W is., Charles Blendors kill-  C hase. son-in-law If Albert B. Fall, i  Association to  ^that m ti«r; ha«i|f f  h r, c ï yestcrda ^  h % wa , s i rmvZolZi  T1  ' Meet Tonight  Grant of the Pen- t^ 1 by  ° ,w rote 111  Tuesday's hh, reft.sa to testify before the oil ! f . Ituti out to see j  e * ct " t1011,  . ' | ^umiittee. It had been <i ? ; evidence |^  ganized Harrison,  v  . • Association wifrtj n  accordance with  «nit V«.- |M|d i Chaso had sought to hate Priée I "i*"', 0  ? the courthouse tonight at 7:30  BOB VOL FOB $t..>0 ■ McKinney of Cleveland, O., say he • 0 do( ' k ' r  , ri ! ,s  orgainzation gives pro-  Fall $100,000. .......................  TRIM YOU FOB $t.00 ! had loaned The Chicago Southside Barbers'! Association will advance the price for bobbing hair to .$1.50: trimming, $1.00. "Men's haircuts remain at the same prices as before.  FORBES CHARGES FLAGRANT IRREGULARITIES  Charging flagrant irregularities in , the grand juey proceedings, counsel  the matter of a landing field for fly ing machines reported taken Lieutenant sacóla Aviation Station locations around Gulfport and that the location in North- Gulfport opposite the Harry farm on 25th Avenue was the most desirable found. The committee asked for further' time to get t  facts and this was ¿ranted. . I. B. Kau, chairman of the public - affairs committee,;told of objections .'-*-'• to the present fire alarm system of signals which did. not iejl the public . ■ vhfcre a ; fire- is located. The matter "was'discussed and i-eferred to his com-; InHtee-for. further action.  r *. ; .Iiali^i Brash asked-aiJopt tlce-action _____^__________________  of a cbmmiltec w-lúcJí ^ad fen ap-J É. Brown Wd 8. G.' Zejiatos. mcr ,^-'^-Iioiiitea.-sonle -ti^te'¿Sdfto'"»r.and' 'ar-Jcliants.' The two friends argued,  "madei- up?- «fter-the ba^  w¡íxtoe9M wei . p  t>zjauiirM- witltont -he• •• -sawx»'«!«'«*^ tic Chief of Poliré Joe Burner.-ip- .eaaJii» WfJKiaw;  pSvcdX judge sailing S«¿i* L, »S.^/»« that ccrtnin govern-  would instruct policemen to merely agents were active in the pro-  " . _...>__* ............I ccedings without? proper authority.  mise .of- being useful .to Harrison county for the preservation of its-  bird and fish life, and sportsmen the county over ought to, join it'-and attend its meetings. At its last meeting C. B. Adam was elected president.  FIST FIGHTS GET O. K. ON MEMPHIS STREETS  It's all right to fight in Memphis if you use only your fists and fight fair. This ruling was mpde.by City-Judge Davis yesterday as he freed P.  ^aess give  çv.jflje CTirzeW an opportunity to get out and «njòy themselves, The good roads committee took up  for Colonel Charels-Forbes, for-  Ml ''  Is ,' au  «»«»usiastic sports-  mer head of the veterans' bureau, ve S -j u l a "  and haK b 1 en a " »^ne/dvocate terday .filed plea« in abatement ^nnevvaUmi of wild Me." Oyer,  against three indictments' voted at 1100 ni( ; n,bers  have, already joined the Chicago against'Forbes as a, result iassociation and several hundretl more of an inquiry into the admjn#rat«>n.  ougllt to curo11   of t.he - veterans' burpah. Pleas filed charged that "unauthorized, lupous appeoreil .bcfoi-e .tlie grîind jury. rtiat  the matter of getting improvements made op.^a section of road in the counties north" of Gulfport which in-tecfered seriously with traffic between points' on the coast and points in Zioujsiaua.  J. K." Milner, it. L. Aubert and R. Ci Cowan were appointed a committee  part combatants and not arrest them. The action may prompt enemies to fight with their, fists, instead of guns and knives, the chief and the judge believe.  PILGRIMS IJfciPEKIL AS STEAMER BURNS  1200 pilgrims bound for Jeddoh yesterday had a narrow escape when the  N. O. POSTMASTER  It is said if Victor Loisel, U. S. marshal. New Orleans, wishes the jMistniHstership of that city lie can .have it. Reorganization of the post-office personnel and a general tun-ing..up in the office operation by an expert from Washington before a new postmaster is appointed, is forecast by Republican officials in New Orleans on the basis of information from the capita h  k   to £0 ihto the matter of getting this, -  section of l-oad into good passable, cot ton cargo of the British steamer K codditiOn. Considerable' merriment! Frangestan caught fire m the Red PSS-was occasioned by a series of ques-j Se« as the .vessel approached Port tions propounded by J; L. Tavlor to ¡«"dan. Answering radio calls for as-  John Schwenck of Biloxi and* B. C | sistance, a number of craft hurried GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Cox of Gulfport relative to the popula- • t0 the  Frangestan and stood by until Corn led a general advance in Chi-tibn, amount of p'ublic improvements i ail the  pas«< , »® ers and tlie erew wer . c j «»«<» yesterday in the value, of grain, arid number of visitors to- caclf eitv! transferred to another steamer. A I receipts of corn were the smallest so  message to Lloyds from Alexandria, | f ar  jj^y  sfias0 n and there was talk Egypt, last .night.,, said the captain j'^hat the May delivery might yet v,iis abandoning the steamer, and had  rcac j,  a  bushel. Wheat also fin-all the assistance he rc<iuired.  ^ during the past year.  S&i'.  themselves so as to make it an influential factor in <1 eojinty.  Many important, ina.tters^- i^a,. .ulèjC tb còme up before "fonigli( S 'meeting, and a large attendance is urged. ■  Commissioners ! Fix Election -  For May Third  The, election to decide the question '.of a "Change in the form of Giilfport-'s city government will bo held May 3,  TO MAKE FIGHT FOR  HIGHER AD VALOREM TAX  Jackson, April o— Advocates of a ten-mill lax levy an abandonment ot all further schemes to raise revenue  from special sources will force «l'«'j ni , ui  . md A r  ^ r „ ( , n> W(MV t;lkr ,i in , fighting in the house Friday morning  ;(s ))ou .  Illl>H1 , M . rs  ,,,-  lht .  :1U(1 . f„j. onimittee  ;  by presenting a bill fixing ad valorem  Imvin;;  ,,„.  s ,. ssii ', n  -,| M . | )<mr ,| ,,f di-levy at ten mills for 1924 and nine  m . tl , rs  |, us!ll( «, s  mating, mills for 1925 and then demanding: ________  r^is 'r'c^ii^.r''^'^;;,!; Mining Plant with  TS. ..f ..I»» ,,-c I 70,000 Bags of. Rice '  Mixon of pike and. Wynn of ANoish-1 Destroyed by Fire  an ordinance  er channels if it desired, to secure possession of the document*.  Senator Wheeler, the < prosecutor, immediately instructed the committee's, clerk to get out a subpoena for the secretary of war, describing .the papers wanted.  Voiaude insisted he was "not under orders" when he searched Lane's brief case. He said "he had suspended Lane last Saturday" when lie-"refused to còme to the office" and House the question of whether or  ington and o;i action taken by the  that Lane was later separated from the service by action of Secretary Weeks. " . .«  Tfle witness said that when Lane  not the legislature is going to re-1 main in a dead, lock on the revenue problem will be largely determined.  The House refused to take up for immediate consideration a resolution  adopted Tuesday by the mayor and failed to appear at the. office he had  board' of-rcommissioners, who based wanteù him to work tm the Stand,-md ^'"m," Mixon. declaring that an in tm;ir action upon petitions, -widely and Willys-Kniglit cases in order to  ( ,J. pase  '  I.akc Charles. April .'{.—The milling plant of the Lake Cha ríes ,Rícc Milling -Company, acknowledggd to bo the largest in America, with 70,000 bags of clear and rough rice stuck, burned today. The plant and con-I tents weur valued at $7f>0,0<>0, and all of it was fiiliv covered, by insttrr  , . . . , ......... of the ad valorem levy is nee- |  signed, asking for a submission of the rush them to the department of jus-  t inwt tho am)ro priation bud- j' . '  M . P . lsliror  .„„t  IllMI1;i .  question to the electorate. tice for action. The Standard case,  t  , vhidl is llow  Hearing the t,^!,^ 1 -',,^, ;, 1 ' ,^^  went over about'five days ago, he  per  _ veai .  )mirk with mun;  bud-; ^ „! . t  he Or^^ ul ^ o nX  said, but he denied that the commit- .  g(?ty yct t0 dislK)8C(1 of . ^I^^^Jl^rV'heUev^iho  Lake Charles ltice Milling Company  Salary Limit Causes Dr. Boswell to Quit  Jackson, Miss., 'April .'».—The Mis-'iUssippj Legislature's attitude that -fj.-bf'.'ssional men who are heads of lite institutions must not, receive re-ic'ration of any kind other than ir  tee jnocecdings had any effect on the  I Jackson. -Miss.. April :].—Senate¡. was  „,,. ] arKt . sr  holder" of rice storie-  procee<ling with this case.  pe^S MfS^d^li;^^^^ ^'-^ ^aby in the country and this loss of witness said, and were put in the safe. Questioned by Lane with the  ..»ration or anv khiu otuer man ^mission, Voiaude in- j  t d afternomi iu  auu.ual legis-  11-nation 01 anj khiu otuer^ man j  8lfi ted lui" lwd touched no papers ex-i; . , ; ..„,.„„.1......  ir salaries causqd o^of tj»e in-, ^^ ^««ds o£ the, qir. service, ^ ¿^wi,,! rhc'  ... ....... —^ . - ^  or  ¡iiiv in ine-country uno mis loss «il.  C Mississippi's -bank, depositors 7 0i00 ù ; bags with the present acut* naranty law, virtually was killed by  sll(jrtaK0 of r j ce  tjiat exists, will, le. House shortly after 5:30 o clock  (1(ju|jti  ,, ftVcl tIu >  n ; ar ket.  of  Each defender of his jtarticular city made some ratl^^startling statements - in regard to tlfpw'facts and while tin» Herald man nvould not assert that StBer handfed the truth carelessly [ et.-it was plainly evident that neither |  School Medical  Off icer Suggests Abolishing Vacations  Manchester, England, April 3.—r The man most unpopular with the children-of Manchester today is Dr. If. C. Hulhollaud, school medical officer, who has suggested the health of the pupils would probably be better if vacations were abolished. He says lie' has frequently found, that after, holidays the children lost' weight due; in many .cases, to unwise feeding and insufficient rest. Moreover measles, chicken pox and whooping cough were worse following vacations because the control of infectious was easier when school was open.  W ORKERS lÜGED TO VOTE  Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the  -Ih  mised facts, and also that with \ brotherhood of I^inot ve ^  »ut very great efforts on their part 11 "  a "  add ™. 88 at  ^" £  might be eligible to a membership |  workl " g  ™  w  n  reformed Annanias Society. franchise and sa.d ^ouicn s ^tes ^c e  j necessary to counteract tliose ot ram  ,'-"IT CJ n x a. i v-lio did'not liave the interest of their  U.-O. consulate at i.-o-untr at,v heart., He discussed plans  PP-'ftrp'tiir r-icflfl nn T^r«« I to enlarge the brotherhood's program t/asiie-on- lyne  and >said  benefits of the union's in-  1W.-.A.- ' -Will ha RpftnPnpH ls» 1 " 11 « probably would be extended  ▼▼ u* ye xvcupenea;  t(> widows and orphans 0 f its mem-   :  Washington, April 3.—The Ameri-| bcr „  ut its  meeting in Cleveland next ¡u «ousnlate at Xew Castlc-On-Tynej  Junc Tllis w in be one of the chief M- be re-opened after a year and a j  inattor  before the brotherhood's con-  ■Stjfik* ■ ■  tIl0 | vention. he said,  niteq States and Great Britain over!  conduct of the consulate officers j. . frriftv  - „n. sr   periy stationed there. Settlement: IN  the dispute was announced last |  Attcl " filing: new highs for the t. »t Washington and London. {year. French and Belgian francs late  j yesterday reacted 011 profit taking and j the failure of definite information re-; garding a loan to Belgium to develop, j Selling at. G.0S cents French francs, , touched a record 1924 high,, thirty points above the previous closing figures. With large scale speculative activities again influencing, the market, "the currency failed to hold  Germany Faces General Strike of Railroad Men  London, April 3.—A general strike of. railroad men threatens throughout Germany, according, to an-agency dispatch from Berlin, which says several thousand men have already ceased work in Eilberfeld, . Madgeburg,  »nöcrats Have va ^ Discredited Both Partie^ Is Claim  3.—Senate  tPortland, Mc., April jlemottrats in jfcndeavoying to injure  .ito. Republican party have succeeded . . , ,, . .  fita 'diwwaiting both of the great  po -j and yielded about half its gaip. There  J "'ical- parties, Senator Pepper. Re- were indications also that Irench m-'aican. Pennsylvania, declared in a 1 terests, alarmed by the rapid rise .of jte address here today before the j the franc above six cents, contributed tpublicau State Convention. j to the decline by sealing exchange.  ^Tliis -tliw?reditiug process has reach- ,  ft/the-joint, Senator Pepi>er assert- | PREDICTS OHIO FOR COX "Where an irresponsible and highly j Prediction that Ohio's delegation to Igefous third party. ljas actually i the Democratic national convention  3ted itself to the extremists as practical iwssibility. The Demo-he-added, "have aimed at us -iijt America."  m  fr   r  . , BILOXI CALENDAR g- ■ J, ÍONIGHT  ÏÂPnUiC speaking«. K. C. hull, 8.  ííAffinities," Strang. ..'ífiger Rose," Crown\  Western Grit," Gniety. - ,  4  FRIDAY End P. T. A., 2:45. ,feeouts, 7. a;8cot|ts, Q:S0. >phah, ''  -Rose." Crown-My Smoke," Çaiçty. ©í^nnopent Cheat." Strand. ;®f dfrectors Junior. Hos-jiation, S:8Ö. lipr; 'Spworth • League, M, E.  fparsonage, '7 _jy>CamiVjal ^es'n. Elks  cifeh^ti .Hospital;  ♦ i..«". -> iMft»' -  wlil be pledged for James M. Cox, »Democratici nominee in 1920, was niade at. Washington last liiglit by W. W. Durbin, chairman of the Ohio Democratic state committee. The Ohio primary April 29 will be a "sweeping victory" for Cox, he said.  ished form, with-oats at l-4c to 1c advance and provisions yaryiug from 7c decline to a rise of Sc.  xorris to demand quick shoals action  Chairman Js'orris of the senate ag'rir cujftye committee said yesterday that he would demand some action project before the termination of this, the present session of congress. The committee expects to report the bill 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 soon;  indian sttde^^ alk out j Regarding Erection  Resenting a remark attributed to I  Thomas Stover, government inspector;  N  y Mrk) Apri] 3 ._ Dc an Hawkes  that an Indian should not be sup-1 j  Columbiu  Colege-today .questioned  enntendent of an agency, ' most stud- ° . ,  st , 1( ; elUs  witnessed the  ents of the heneca Indian school at,  }  night by several robed  W yandotte Okla., left for home. Sup- - ,  inen ()f fi  , r0SH  enntendent Tyner and three assist- \ ants, all members of the Seneca tribe,  Mississippi cular sanitarium at ^Nlagee.  The Senate yesterday adopted an amendment to the sanitarium appro-  2 Women Die Wher Sanatarium Burns  „ c  ....................bill, I Morgantown, - X. C„ April 3.—Two  said, the question of the statutory  hp House vote(1 to  suspend the rules 1  women were killed and a man and right of officers to copy such rec-. and rom>dc(] with H , P  reading of the a woman hadlv burned." one fatally, «rds for fhemselves in personal files, j  tljv bill ou thp  third and last read- when lire destroyed the north wi "The secretary of war has taken  {  ^  th<1 c]evk ((£ the Houso llii(] tll( ,  Brw .„,  0uk  . s:nii ,ariuii.  of  priation bill Hunting the superinten-. over the papers-and has directed me ., 0 . n . )lete(1 thc r ,. a ding and representa- eased here today, dent*« salary X9 $a000" and prohibiting to advise the committee that a sub- j ' . offering amendments, a-1 There were  li t >>, fluaiM .1 i./in nip /.<<ilil<l., l. I in I « . r. n «x .. f am aim •«* «Il Ki, «a -l>n il«<lr>i>/l ^ 6 . . ■ '  for  him from accepting outside fees. Dr. | poena for them will have to be served  pat-tents  the  Boswell, whq w'as ill the capitol at tlieJ time, immediately went to the office of the state board of health and tendered bis resignation. - It is understood that holding the position would have forced him to resign from two important national health committees, one of them the Rockefeller Foundation, both of which pay him a salary.  According to a close friend of Dr. Boswell, he recently received an offer of $12,000 to take charge of a tubercular hospital ¿ that is being established' in Birmingham. 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 accepting. The offer.is said to still be open to him, however. He is nationally known from his work in combating tuberculosis.  upon him," Yolande said when questioned further.  It was indicated that the commit  SAID HÜERTA DESERTS MEXICO—LUNCHED WITH  PRESIDENT COOLIIKiE  . New Orleans, April 3.—That Ado]io Mannheim and other important in- j  (lo ]a  Huerta, "Mexican rebel leader, dustrial centers. Strikes are expect- |  is  -  in  Washington conferring with ed to begin at Hamburg and Bremen j American government officials, was  tee's subpoena for Secretary Weeks  bm  ^  th( , ;. ak . ]1(lal .. . j ( „he¡- was taken fr  would, be made returnable tomorrow. - .  ( . lose( ,  a  smelling day i the north wing. •  Dr. Sokolowski of Polish Legation Given His Release__________  Warsaw, April-3.—Dr. Yence-slas nays, when the rol>was called on fin-Sokolowski, former, first secretary of al passage.* This is declared by close  motion was offered to reconsider the buildiiig when the fiâmes were dis-vpte by which the rules liad beeir sus- ; covered !>y ¡1 night "watchman-^ at 4 :'.H} pended and this motion carried by an a.m. The body of one woman was overwhelming roar of yeas. This re-j found in her bed, and that' of the  " oui thé debris of.  This action  with the Legislature. Just a short. The uninjured patients were taken -while before the House had failed to! to the state hospital and an; beit« pass the Whittington Senate bill, ca-ed for tl\ci'e until the undamaged which would have provided a system, portions- of thc sanitarium can be put of auditing or supervision of public 1 in shape, accounts' by a vote- «if <$2 yeas to 071 --------  the Polish legation in Washington, who was recalled recently after the seizure of a large quantity of liquor in his apartment, has been released from the diplomatic service after an investigation by the foreign office.  observers to be -the most badly needed svstem i" the slate of Mississippi-"The bank depositors guaranty repeal bill passed the Senate by a good majoritv, but: was regarded as facing a hard fight in the House, many ot the representatives holding firm Dr. Sokolowski was recalled after the opinion that when a man deposits the discovery of alcoholic liquors cs-, mohev "in a bank he should be assured timated to be worth• $50,000. Secre- of protection. Under the Mississippi tary of State Hughes sent a note to method all of the state- banks are as-  Sunshine Noozie j  the , Polish minister regretting that "the immunity customarily cnjoyetl b^ ali diplomatic officers should have not been observed in this instance, but pointed ,out that the first secretary appeark'"to have had in. his pos-  tomorrow.  Question Students ding Erecti Of Fiery Cross  posite Furnald Hall, a dormitory  the opinion expressed by prominent! session a quantjty of alcoholic bev-members of the Mexican, colony fol-' «rages greatly in excess of that^ which p publication of an an- j privileges and immunity in this re-  lowing the publication nouncement. credited to General Can-dido Aguilar, that, the supreme chief left his headquarters at Frontiera, Tabasco, 011' March 14. bound for thc United States.  This announcement seems to dovetail with a report which has been gaining strength here mid-was published Tuesday that De la Huerta was at the capital and that his presence. there was guarded closely by  ;ard would justify."  sessed a certain percentage to pay de-.positors of failed banks. Many of the bankers of the state arc bitterly op :   IEVER G-£,T "TO <H5jöu3 OP TO BE A M(UL'WN-MARE. x'uu Buy OP Sfe-HûOLS VU TH'; WHOLE  coohtry so xm boss ani> theh;\ssoe.ak  posbd to it; declaring it.  unfair to hold  ¿ne bank that has no connection ot ;  anv- kind with another responsible to. j the mismanagement of the latter. 1 The guaranty system so tar is noi, working smoothly, as it is - jisser ed depositors o£ banks that failed a> fai back as three years ago have not ¿«-t  onlay's  where Frederick W. Wells, negro law  (  . , .. ^ removal sev-  Htü{ j eut? of  j; n i on  City, Tenn., has a the government for reasons of state,  cral days ago U ;  K. Chandler, ; Fellow residents, of the hall It was suid that on one occasirtn the  Cherokee, wfcp "had^headed the Qua-1 -  vp tri(1(1 to  , ou ,, t him .  robel  i ea der lunched with President  paw Indian agency for years. ,  Nq ;ultjon to digcovcr those  , vho   ARKANSAS KILLS INCOME TAX! brought the cross to the campus inj Indefinite postponement of senate! a motor car and in the garb of the. consideration of a compromise bill I Ku Klux Klan saturated it with gap  f  GLLFPORT CALENDAR TONIGHT  Sportsmen's Association, courthouse  Women Maccabees •  School play at Handsboro R. W. Yeal Chapter Gulfiwrt Lodge Xo. 422 F. &. A. M.  Preaching at Methodist church K. of C. f  Prayer meeting. Woman's Club "The' Heart Bandit," Strand!  - ERIDA1-_____  Khairum Lodge Perfection Odd Fellows. .  Alabama Glee Club, Gulf-Park College •  ■ Cobijrn's Minstrels; Strand .  - . ■ . ■ '  1 1  . -'■ iX'iiSS  providing for income tax legislation to furnish financial aid for the state public school system Afvrtts' ^followed yesterday by the adoiftion by both iiouse and senate of a ¿concurrent resolution calling for sine die adjournment Friday of the special session of the Arkansas legislatàire, called by Governor McRae to enact ifeasures for the relief .of stat4 schools. The income tax plan was ààbmitt^i as an ! "administration?' bill." - '  j NEW ORLEANS COTTON .  I The cotton  ! .markct ?  after -opening i 22..to 25 points l<^fc#B»n' TtfesdayV  I close mainly—on unfavorable Liver-j pool cables and a fait weatller map, I eased off a few pointfi additional in ; the early trading on the weeWy wea-j ther report, whkfcSiras, generally fa- ;  vorable. After trMihr at 28.02 for i May. 26.09 for July and 23.42 for October, or 26 to points net lower I than the previous.' close; tfie market i advanced and the trend was upward practically all day. particularly ou cates issued for ®ieb. employment .the total" was^SO.-iô^in ,1923 as compared vith 76,686 in 1022jlçan increase of more" than 19 »»ç. ;eent • ^Oniy five ciliés in .thé «onp, showed J  decreases. The'iricreaw^^^^'inaudedlBirm; ¿Continued'.'7 _v  oline and then ignited it, Avill be taken by university authorities, it is understood.  "If it was burned,, it was done, I fisel sure, oy non-students," ¡Dean Hawkes declared.  Coolidge.  An El Paso dispatch report/ that ■ he has deserted tho Mcxicaii revolution, has landed in New York city in disguise and now is . prowediug  ;  to Xogalis, Ariz. according to information furnished Mexican Consul Enrique D. Ruiz at El Paso. De  Trunk Filled With imported Whiskey Seized at Mobile  Mobile. April 3.—A large trunk - .. . . ,,,„„1 revenue  filled with quart, bottles of imported; 200.000 additional  a   whiskey was seized at the L. & X. needed to keep «he-stale tieabur ,011.  passenger station just half an hour par with appropriations, f-"  finances committee >n the Senate anI  mingham train today. C. A. Louis,-the ways and means  rccived their money,  Thc chief f«>ature «>f v< work was ,1 «lesperatc ««»rt «» Jjj „art of the administration to h.n<-the Legislature enact la^^taxiii« new | sources of revenue to make up til«, vi. ,  before it .was to -be pût 011 a Bir-1 finances  of Toulminville, Ala., who Was caught checking the trunk was taken into custody by. police and charged with violating the prohibition laws.  terday morning on  weather for mississippi  Showers to-night and Friday.  i Warmer to-night.  bv Biloxi  Pass Christian  la Huerta is said to be traveling as ENTIRE FACULTY RE-ELECTED  ! Francisco Oriol.  At a meeting of thé school board of trustees of the Pass Christian  orovide" new revenue.  One of these bills was returned to f  Meteorological report rio-senate with a tax of 10 per cent j Weather observer for'21 hours eudint;  intrastate railroad tickets .and «-»Ujat nooh: liurasiai ......t,>lci>honei M-. lv im.  telegraph and long distance telephone! M axi niunï 62,. minimum 40.  SagU but the.meâure^as killed.  when placed on final passage, -.A) to  ''consideration of finance ^surj consumed ^  The sun sets today at (j:17 and rises tomorrow al 5:42. The moon becomes a new moon at 1:12 a.m., but will not.Lu? visible until Friday.evening, wjien it will set-at U:4t}.  FEED YOUR  BABY CHICKS-  RED-COMB  CHICK STARTER.  HURRY THEM ALONG  GULFPORT GROCERY COMPANY  " Wholesale DisttìbUtors  'S'  j the Pass Christian school for several  oW -ners ¡'years and the re-election of the eit-' I tire faculty is considered quite a i compliment to Mr. Leach, who is one, of the Mississippi Coast's most efficient instructors, who has a large j number of friends not only in Pass Christian, but over the entire Miss-! metot  , S first finance- committee mea -  „re placed on final P^age m the  Senate was recognized  Se It ^ Senator Love ^ ^^^^   B . 557) authoming^uance^  ('iir signifies not recorded). tide  NOTE: Heights, in feet and tenths 01 feet, from Coast and Geodetic Survey's estimates.  six millions m ^~ sIjort tern t note I ^iirisnau, liul over uie cunie Mvsa- , metot of bonus 1.904 It was de-i  ■ issippi C oast - Thc Pass Christian falling due during tn(iasure  and; Act deration in the eastward  WEATHER CONDITIONS  High school has had a .most successful term which "will be brought to a close during the -latter part of May, j at which time a class will graduate I with appropriate exercises.  TWENTY-NINE CARRIERS an  o   ►mployed by The Daily Herald to de-1 was 42 to «mounter rocks liver "this newspaper to the homes of The next bill »  tery   Missixaippi Coast people. If yon are was that of Senator Robert*..jo  It was de iauuis —mpr-'ency measure anu,  .scribed as an eme „ - ^^  mu8 tj  movr . n)e „i;  0 f Hie low-pressure area-m^ .  the announcement^ ^^^^  a s pos-i the southwest has brougnt cloudbiess  be enacted with as ^ issued, bear! to the Mississippi Coast 24 hours in sible, as the bonus i. ^ exact j advance of the time estimated for its date of May^ - ^  be  ........  SSSSjm:™?™* on final P-age  pie. If yoa are not alre»dy a vt^wcriber one of these boys will be xlad ^> start bringins ¿lie paper to yoar-fro&e. The cost is only ^ ^ ' l.V * week or flge i month. - - -  was  a privilege tax on — and steamboat tickets sold withinthe state, for intrastate transportation  " (Contiaued vu-HUilitli  railroad. b:'s line  arriva;.: and the weather prevailing here today is the weather indicated for eastern Texas. Ths southern end of the i Rocky Mountain depression * has advanced down th-: Rio .-Grande, valley, and the Gulfporv uarometePrwY .. gradually declining, with brisk east winds and warmer temperature. Cn-setfled .weather conditions are ia^i- _ -«tar for the neif 24 Hoars.   

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