Burlington News, February 9, 1923

Burlington News

February 09, 1923

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Burlington News, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1923, Burlington, North Carolina a THE BURLINGTON NEWS Devoted to Upbuilding Alamance County and to the Best Interests of Our People. Vol. No. 40 Burlington, N. C., F.iday, February 9, 1923. No. 83 TURKEY EXTENDS TIME ON HER ALLIED ULTIMATUM MFIML is STILL ''i MB ILL M FRENCH CRUISER ON W TO FORBIDDEN ZG. French Indicated They Would Follow British Example of Deliberate Defiance. Dusseldorf, .Feb. death penalty will bo inflicted on Germans The Elon College drive is driving along1 enthusiastically. The work is I delayed by the disagreeable weather j which keeps the workers from gct- j ling out ami will delay the linal re- ports. Instead of ending the drive tonight the work will be continued this week. Over has he.2ii reported up caught tampering with railroad j [0 (his time. Forty thousand dollars LIFE COAST! ON STET Danville, Feb. first The conference held at Graham on fatality resulting from Ihe Saturday night between tho.se fall was recorded here at 8 o'clock SOLDIERS FIND THEIR PAY DOES NOT GO FAR last night when Doyle ttrown, 17- year-old high school boy, son of C. L, Brown, was killed while sleigh riding1. His neck was broken. The tragic accident was an unusual one. interested in school legislation Alamance county, and Air. E. S.-, Parker, our representative in the legislature, was attended by quite a number of interested persons. Three state-wide bills have been introduced in the legislature and it long1 Ridge street incline from Main street while another youth, whose name has not been yet determined, ccuiipmMit or signal box; or for oth- t committee took up the bill approving artillery by Wash-: President unoxpectuU tht; Wlir- ing to make war on any one unless j the male element with shorn heads she is attacked, a spokesman for the .'if seen conversing with French offi- Soviet delegation declared when the ccrs or soldiers. question regarding Moscow's 'attitude Commandant Bezlaux at Vohwin- towavd possible impending trpubje JnJkeliUoes to be worried, the Near view of the close j however, saying "They will come relatiaons between Tchitcherin and i round all right soon." lie added rhat Ismet Pasha at Lausanne, troubled the allied war chiefs when the situ- ation at Smyrna reached the crisis. he was doing his utmost to avoid friction by billeting the troops in public buildings and not in dwelling houses. French control of the railroad yards around Alberfield prevents fthc Frecport, Tex., Feb. Phil" Alquin, notorious border "bad wanted in Los Angeles for .shooting Detective Sergeant John J. Fitzgerald, was taken from the Chicago, bread is dispensed only to those who make purchases of cents or more. The 80 chain stores distributing free bread were forced tu tuku this action following a raid on thc stores by "i uL.uiuii nit: imiiuii mill- with tliu transpar! as she progressed u.hll to iOKeml savcd up the river. They stm-med the lhu of h.ls been docks, police by G.tliLmi a Fire hose were brought into play to nf ot clear the crowd from about the ship. Gastorl dbclared her brother Baltimore, Feb. Seven bun- Id red children were driven from the i St. James Parochial school early io- Iday by fire. The fire is believed to have been of origin, and destroyed the upper Hoots. Thy streams of water struck mem- I had permission to open graves at hers of the onic.al congressional re-. Gravt.seml ccmetery; England when- aS I'ody is supposed to be buried. M r. (iaston plans to have thc re- mains brought to America and placed in a mausoleum if he is able to prop- erly authenticate them. Delay in Causes Worry. French control of thc railroad yards shouting Detective Sergeant John J. C T ac have been of incendiary origin, and soldiers stayed aboard wilh their; 01 London, Feb. in- dis- around Albcrfiold prevents ,thc ex- Fitzgerald, was taken from the a on thc stores by (kislruyuil uppor flomSt Thr. families while their comnules form- patches from the Near East left Lon- port of any coal to southern Ger- tanker Frcnport No. G today. Alquin or pennjcs'; children, ranffins in ages from C to to through ihe city. They r- ilon in doubt as to thc outcome of many. The Germans have not at- was removed from tiie ship's irons lor j 1C years, marched out without panic. ''evicwed by .Major General f- the Turkish ultimatum to the allies tempted to pass coal through the :uuf turned over to -Marshal Elkins, f School ofTicials deoiared an attempt ami Major that all warships over tons be but latu last night tried to I of this city. Alquin will be l.eld i 'l' t was Lu set firij U) I c........... I loaves were tliPtnlniteil ycstor- A boarded (he ttvMisport. Debarkation followed the formal welcome of ili'j nation. Thc married soldiers stayed aboard wilh their families while their comrades form- i ill' required to leave the Smyrna liar-15ijp by with a liO-car train of ben- Baiv.orra, thc county scat, for ex- bor before midnight. British men-of-war are now steam- ing full speed towards thc harbor to defy the ultimatum, but whether he Turks attempted to drive out the war vessels as threatened is unknown. Allies Refuse to Withdraw Ships. Constantinople, Feb. 8.- It is un- derstood that Ihe allies have notj only refused to withdraw their ships i from Smyrna but that thc British have sent heavy ships to Smyrna from Constantinople, the Dardanelles and Malta. xol, which was confiscated. The ser- vice lines running to Cologne from Elberfield are normal, but the Ha- varian palatinate is at a complete standstill, as are Miiycnce. Coblenz and the entire occupied area in the Rhincland and the Ruhr. __________________ "Raleigh, Feb. the house judiciary Xu. '2 rc- porfeil favorably yesterday after- noon ihe bill making the Volstead act supplemental to the existing j laws. The bill had ronjrli A bold piece of thievery was ex- when the full committee TEACHERS' MEETING CAN- CELLED. Thc Alamance County Icacherss' moetinjr, called to be held at Gra- ham Saturday, has been canci-llt'd by thc county superintciidt'iit of schools, .M. C. Terrell, on account, of the and it is believed the same j Afti-r thc parade the enlisted men i persons started today's blaze. were at a hat-ln'cue arranji-ed ___._____________ j by the lucal Anu-riraii legion post. A dance for ihe en listed men and a I hanqm-t for the otfin-rs kept llic ar- rivals occupied tunight. II FULL FiCE II! Til II IE till New Orleans, Feb. j T New Orleans, tonignt., BT ri nii f anT mniiT throushout the ]nark ,hc ni New flT f M flPT M P IT ral sections of the county, many of m llardi Ciras season' LLUI' LHlJ vvlncl, are said to be almost impass-1 I Klon College, Feb. Ala- niancr county campaign for the i-mi-rgi-iuy fund of Klon College is and canvassers tin the MToml day report that the uti- xciis ;U-L- jiiaking liberal for tin1 purpose of rebuilding the administration building ,and it is i-onlidc-iitly exjiectetl that the Klon- (lih.sdnvillc section, which set its goal at will go over the top with iof the annual fi-te will parade the' A serious accident iH'curred at wilil. to spare. i 1at, ls si reels in all the glory before retir- .Won Colkw ia.-t niKhl. when a stu- Thl, An- i 'lent V, mK l to the confines of th ji i-i j lillll UK I'UJl LIIU 1 UII I UlllllllLUti; J i LU LIU.' HUIIHH o m mi- i Thc United States destroyer Kil- ccuted cm South Main street about lo Ket it oul a favorable' lll'un for the Mmmis ball. Tues- si.n sail is at Smyrna, but it is reported o'clock yesterday when an un- that the Turks define her as outside thc prohibited class, both in tonnage and as a neutral and it ia expected that she will remain there. known party or parties looted an. Monday l.lyile colllinuc throufh- f IIr. Cilliani, Thursday. Already on the sec- of Hi.- roport, but when the snb-coninii'llee j improvement, it is assumed. was run over and knocked down the'eoinniittU reports nioi got on it yesterday it went through i It is reported that the British it sample cases and with these rcc- jiutomohile left standing at the .vithuut dilliculty. by the representative of thc Stand- 1 Complications arose over the bill ard Register company, taking from (.hrouggh the opposition's contention French have sent a reply to Angora ords of sales and so on. warning the Angorn government that the Anglo-French warships have beuii instructed to defend themselves if attacked. American Destroyer Damaged in Collision. Constantinople, Feb. Amer- ican destroyer in Near Eastern that section he considers this one of ors was damaged in collision with! the boldest of daylijrht robberies, I hat if the Volstead law is adopted j (he way should be cleared for it by According to this representative, j repeal of the existing laws, dc- Uu'rc was nothing of :'ny value to legislation proeur- anyone other than himself, and the j thief or thieves, gaining nothing, j liquor traffic. only made way with records valu-j able to him, which were valueless to I j themselves, j According to a business man oft the French cruiser Ernstrcna. [adding that drastic steps are need- ed to curb such as this, a situation making it unsafe to leave anything in a car in tho midst if the business section at mid-day. TRAVELLERS INN CHANGES HANDS. Washington, Feb. ril- Minion at comiiloted his plane from Now York to the tfrazilian Centennial Kxposit.inn at Rio do .Janeiro, according to a radio j report to the navy department. Berlin, Feb. disturb- The Travellers Inn, corner West j WIDOW OF RECTOR MALL ances have broken out at Muonehen Gladhach Rheydt government is in- formed. Laborers' council, similar to the Russian Soviet, has been form- ed. Front and Church streets, will change hands on -Monday, when Mrs. J. A. Andrews and her son, M. C. An- MRS. BRYAN DIES AT HER HOME AT R1CHLANDS. Mrs. .1. Dryan, aged 79 years, died at her home in Richlands Tues- day night after a short illness. Mrs. Bryan was the mothers of Mia. T. J. Rouse, of this city, and is pleasantly remembered by tho many people who met her upon her visits here. The fnnprnl was held nt Rich- lands yesterday afternoon, EAVES FOR EUROPtAN TRIP New York, Feb. scores drews, of Greensboro, take charac, j 0[ rc.pm-lcrs souirlil her on another; having lioUKht the lease from the! (.'ranees Nnel Stevens Hall, i present operators, John A. Cook and (1f lni. Kihvard W. II. Mninnock, ot this city. ol- Dmnswick, N. J., who was Jlrs. Andrews and her son both are experienced hotel operators, hav- murdered last September wilh Mrs. Eleanor R. Milis, a choir singer, sail-; ing been in tho business at On the steamship Va., and at Greensboro, where for tiie last year they have been operat- ing the Umpire hotel. Mr. Andrews stated that in coin- ing to Burlington, lie followed the advice of friends as well as his own America. Mrs. Hall wns accompanied by Miss Snliy Peters, who actod as her con- fidante and adviser during thc long! period and fruitless incstigation of the double slaying. It had been anm.iir.ecd that Mrs. conviction following his inspection of tho ho is pleased witli j today on Ihe Mr.iirc- the prospects here, tnnia. CALENDAR. V.-IiO p. in.: Friendship Rebecca Lodge, Xo. Odd Fellows' hall. m.: Burlington Cnmmand- ery, Knights Templar, hall. p. m.: S. 15. Club with Mrs. Mabel Kecscc. p. m.: Kntertainment by the Intermediate League, Hiirara Room, Front Street .M. K. Church. m.: Basketball game. I'.ui- lington high school vs. high school, at Rradcd School auditorium. Friday, February 9. p. in.: U. C., with Mrs. R. JI. Andrews, Iloke street; Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. J. II. Vorn- on, hostesses. p. m.; Kiwanis luncheon, Or- ange Tea Room. ]i. m.: .Junior Order, Odd Fellows' hall. p. in.: 1'nla club with Mrs. J. L. Henderson, Lexington avenue. p. in.: Ladies Bible Class, First Presbyterian church, wilh .Mrs. ,1. M. Bass, Piedmont ho- tel. Saturday, February 10. Hi'lii p. ni.: Valentine .Social ami Oyster Supper, F.lmira School House by Karncst Workers class of Kimira church. INI-'ANT DIES. to masking, iiarade of all w- Hosi-r, of ihan .Jl subscribed. This is for (criplions and kinds, may be di-' this city. The .VIIUIIK man's ICK was the western of the county, in- i-larcd holiday. The famous Rex j broken and he was badly bruised up, (libsonville, and Klon L'ol- liall will cnnc'lud.' the celebration on but it is hoped thai (here are no oth- Tuesday nntlil. llundi-pda ol'visitors ier serious injuries. The committee for and are here. accident m-cum-d after the remainder of Alamanci- county basketball KIUIIC anil occurred as the at 2 o'clock llomlay af- i-ars were h-avinj; the campus. The u-rnoon and at they rcpiu-ted i accident was unavoidable as thc suliscrilii'd. One hundred tiuiu- Jolin Idol, one year, son 01" young man was in the road ami thc. sand is the goal for the ei.tire .Mr. and Mrs. II. M. l.indsoy ,.f ISur- trlare ,if beadliuhts prevented Dr.' county and all committees arc con- linjrtun, lv. F. died this morn- from seeing him. Dr. lloser that tiiis will be leached illK after a short illness administered emergency tn-atnu'li: doubled. from pneumonia and will be lii.ricil and rushed the young man to Kainey The committee working C.ihuoii- tomorrow afternoon, Friday, I'Miuspital where his injuries were at- villc and Elmi Coilese are: ,1. J. I'ruvidence church. Interment i.i leiiili-d to and be is now soiling along Lambeth, chairman: Alfred Apple, C. the church griniiids. nicely. A. Hughes, C. Johnston, Sella IIr. and Mrs. l.indscy have the-------------------------' llnlVines. Mrs. J. 1'attun an-1 S. sympathy of a host of neighbors and LITERARY CLUB MEETS. C.-ulilell. Chairman Lambuih friends to coml'url them in thi< sad. says, "Klon will yo over the top hour. As hard as it is to IOM! their 1 The Ikirlingtun-draham Literary wilh a shout." babe there is consolation in the club was entci tained yesterday aft- knowledge that the litlle ones soul ernoon at by Hiss Jessamine TURKISH SITUATION DOES NOT is their treasure in heaven, wh'.ther (lant at her home on Spring street, they will join it in happy ri-ui.iun Tiie subject for the afternoon was time in the future. Southern Literature." Mrs. William Cheatham, as program lead- AFFECT THE MARKET. York, Feb. thc leiing of additional allied warships LONDON REJOICING OVER er, assisted by .Mrs. Joseph Cant and to Smyrna and tho extension HEIR BORN TO PRINCESS Mrs. Don K. Scott, of (irahani, se- French occupation sterling vir- letted Thomas JeH'erson as the "pc. tnally was unchanged, and the mar- London, Feb. son, heir Oth, eial topic for time. Mrs. Cheat- ket went ahead with me work u'.' removed to Hritish throne, was horn ham discussed JellY'i-son as a man, i correcting is internal position which to lirilain's beloved princess, Alary inventor and architect; Mrs. Scott. Was in progress ,-ii the close of llu1 Viscount l.ascelles, at Chcsteri'K.Id i his literary rapacity, and Mrs. Cant session. Hpei-ullivo leaders like house last nighl. Today's. his political life. All these talks liaidwin, Chainller, American Can, were given in a most er.lerlaining Calil'ornia Petroleum opened at lev- NEW YORK COTTON MARKET and instruclive manner. ,-is which represented good sized rc- At tile close of the program tin- e, ssions from Thursday's highs al- llnrch ,...27.n.ri 28.If) 27.70 27.70 18 members present. were invited in- iliuudi climges from previous linal May ......28.25 28.52 28.01 28.01 to the dining room ami library, where ligures were slight. Rails Kcnenilly July 27.110 small tables were placed, and serve.! were higher, rellorting further the October ...25.10 2S..1.I 2.ri.00 25.00 chicken tomato aspic exlraordinary showing made for Docembcr 25.10 2.1.70 2-1.70 lelluce leaves, hot rnlls, coll'ee, straw- January by car loadings which Spots -15 points down. berry shortcake chocolnle candy, eclipsed all records for tiie month. ;

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