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Albany Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - September 19, 1925, Albany, AlabamaCotton Market Vrr no new York a Apt 1��. A pm. In futures opened steady for 24 23 december 24 58 january 23 88 March 24 18 24 50. The daily is a member of the associated press Decatur daily weather report devoted to the interests and of building of Decatur. Alabama volume Xiii Albany. Alabam saturday september 19. 1925 number 16ft a More ate Prerau a a Washington of text 19 a Alabama fair to fight and sunday. Not muck change in temperature. Plan modern Chi Anft corp storage Plant a stance records sets example of Power broken Habana company is serving Mills direct in two states Elief Given to stricken plants factories kept going by excess current from Shoals flt associated Orcas Birmingham. Ala. Hept 19.re-ending to urgent request for Immy ite re lion the Alabama Power comity through an inter connected irn is supplying Jap Over direct to a of incr of Cotton Mills and other in a Trien at Augusta a and Aiken a a this Energy is transmitted More in 400 Miles from Midnight to six the general system of the wer company which embraces n Ste Fem and hydroelectric Plant the Hemment steam Plant at a Sheffield i the test Power from Wilson dam. After supplying All Alabama needs i excess which run to the limit of company s producing Power goes o the inter connected system. This Ess has varied according to night conditions. V shout 37 per cent of the company a font output officials said is deed from the government steam it and the Wilson 0am, both of Meh Are units of muscle Shoals pro to and Are operated under m the government. Phe Energy supplied at night to the Gusta and Aiken industries is sex ivc of a steady Supply of Power in Jyh fading into the connected tern 24 hours a Day for Dis Tribu a by t\4e? Power companies in Virgia transmission of Energy a it direct to hese Mills broke All g distance record in this Section re company officials assert. G Curti few pcs Ltd. Curtis thi Titen years a Maniber of the Boston school Board intends to run for mayor of that Eirv. She is t he first woman to seek such honors in Boston. By jurors against two tax officers impeachment of tax Shelby recommended collector also is hit in report action in court Likely to be started in the next week town Square Lugusta ga., sept. 19�?what is i to be a King distance record ter of Power was made Here i week when current from Alabama it used to operate local Cotton Mills i Brick Yards 1 the Power was doable from Midnight until six in morning. The Power came direct m muscle Shoals to the North Urgia Plant of the Georgia railway i Power company thence to Auto. A mob attacks a motor caravan on Way to nearby farm be body of Flemming discovered in lonely Cabin on Mountain de Presa ma., sept. Associate ism Ingham Ala., sept. 19�?j. A a Flemming vice Prea Idest of the it National Bank Here qua found d late today in a cottage on de a Mountain of from Bullet wounds a atol Lay by his tide sheriff Shirley and deputies found pm by after reports had reached n that a had been found dead onor Russum immediately launch in inquiry. Preliminary investigation indicated hid shot himself. He was of the Best known Bankers in Ala a and no reason has been assign or the act. Associated press North Brookfield. Mass., sept. 19�?four serious clashes Between members of the Kun flux klan and unorganized Young men determined to break up or hamper klan outdoor meetings have occurred in this state this summer. The latest was a Battle in the town Square Here last night in which hundreds participated. Rocks and eggs were freely used As weapons. Chief of police Steven Quill was overpowered by the crowd. His revolver Handcuffs and night stick were stolen. State patrolman Edmund Downey was injured when he was struck on the head by a Stone. Both factions blame the other for the disturbances when stones were hurled at 200 automobiles containing klansmen As they passed through the town Square. The caravan of cars were on their Way to the Bergin farm near Here. After the rocks were hurled two shots were fired by the occupants of a truck in the klans Raanes motor procession. The a boys were answered by Shower of eggs from a crowd gathered in front of the town Hall. The disorder was rendered after the klansmen held their meeting and were returning. State troops were escorting the motor precession. Turner Winner of damage suit a verdict in favor of the defendant was rendered by a jury in circuit court in the suit brought against b. A. Turner prominent local business by mrs. Rosa Miller administer matrix of the estate of r. C. Miller who died of injuries received when he was struck by an automobile said to have been driven by or. Turner. Us membership to be summoned embers of they amp Ley country club be called into session at a later to decide the regulations regard non resident memberships acing to the report of the president y. The members were asked to t Friday evening at the Chib but to to Othey meetings in the cities e was not a quorum present. The will be anon need later. A associated pres Colombia sea Ala. Sept. 19,�? recommendations for impeachment of William e. Harrison tax assessor of Shelby county and charge against a f. Isbell tax collector that he is incompetent and Quot in Many ways apparently to us corrupt Are contained in the report of the 3tielby county grand jury made Public yesterday. Impeachment proceedings Agai a St tax assessor Harrison were recommended following a report by state examiners who audited his books the grand jury charged Harrison a with being incompetent inefficient and incapable of assessing the taxes of Shelby county.�?T. The grand jury further charges a this books Are in a deplorable condition error after order securing in his assessments during the years v922, 23 and 24. We find his records incorrectly kept arid errors occurred throughout All his books. We believe a great Deal of this is due to the Lack on or. Harrison a part of thoroughly comprehending the duties which Are evolved upon him As tax assessor and the fact that he has been in the habit of hiring inexperienced and incompetent help to assist in doing the the grand jury also found in its report that the abstract Book furnished the tax collector is incomplete Many items being left off and Many others being placed on the books Long after he is supposed to have made out his receipts for the same. Alleged differences in value amounts assessed and valuations paid also Are cited in the report. Harrison is charged specifically with incompetency and wilful neglect Quot of duty. The prosecution of the cases against the tax assessor will fall to John g. Haynes solicitor of the 18th judicial District. His assistant Paul o. Luck stated saturday in the absence of the or. Hayes that impeachment pro to clings probably would be started next week y in regard to the pase of Isbell the grand jury reported a we find that Jamou it Isbell tax collector of Shelby count a has proven himself to be incompetent and that in Many ways apparently to us corrupt in Many items Hohr school totals for Mills confesses year pass 2,4001 missing child is Safe in Arkansas it Sisser building to Start at an Early Date. The official figure is mrs. Lizzie Horton now greater than last years Roll go past 3,000 in while Albany school head talks of needed seating space on Way to Neuhardt to find daughter girl disappeared from a Hospital tells newspaper men Mother requested him to act which appear iii the report of the school total for Albany Decatur bid fair to exceed 1924 total by a Good margin according to reports Given today by superintendents a f. Greenhill and w. W. Benson. School enrolment for the first week in two cities went near the 2,400 Mark White and negro schools. The Mark is considerably higher than that of last year at the same period. Enrolment figures for the two cities show a total of 1,500 in the Albany system while h06 Are in Decatur schools at the end of the first week of the la 26-26 term. A superintendents of schools declared a today that the future of the schools is most encouraging. The trying details for the Firat week s work have been concluded and the students have already settled into the routine of each Days accomplishment. 1 while both school arc preparing tentative schedules Lack of material would seriously Han. Dicapu the athletic activity from the Start but by the Middle of the season he Hopes to whip a winning aggregation into shape. Coach problem sent Faco the Albany faculty with no one yet having been named to take the place of b. P. Webb who was unable to return to his regular position. O. S. Hagerman is directing the daily activity of the squad now working out at Cooper we is Field. Superintendents feel that the faculties selected for the year Are entirely competent and efficient and with the removal of equipment and space problems believe that the year will be one of the brightest. The adequate seating facility problem is facing the Albany schools where opening Day sex abandoned when it was found that not enough room was to be had to seat the students in the auditorium without the extra demand from parents and friends anxious to attend the opening event. For the coming football season coach o. R. Grimes a. Of Decatur High stated today that a memphl8 thence to Arkansas where t i nil i id lira a 1 off �4 a lid associated press # Jasper Ala. Sept., 19�?in an attempt to find her missing four year old daughter alleged to have been kidnapped mrs. Lizzie Horton went to Neuhardt ark., last night after Milton Mills had told officers where the child might be found. Mills is held in jail Here in connection with the Case and also be Din inquiry concerning the. Ownership of several Aero mounts. Authorities said Mills related a Story of taking the child from the i Liman Hospital m Birmingham on Marti Styb and Horton ,4k, want and we re close fronds a the Hild became in a and was sent to the Hospital on March 20. Three Days later Mills a neared at the Hospital and removed the child telling Hospital attaches the Mother had sent for her. Mills went from Birmingham to the child was left at the Home of of. And mrs. Tom Hall Mills later returned to Ricetown Walker county where he was arrested. In a statement made before news paper a Mem Here today Mills said that mrs. Horton had asked him to go to the Hillman Hospital where the child had been or Ihry a Days to get the child. J Mills said the child is in Good health special services for scout troops $w7beau mme. Roger Gudreau of Paris who was Jacqueline Lebauda daughter of the eccentric a a emperor of the Sahara a who was slain near new York is one of three heirs to share in $690,000 distributed from her father s vast estates. Grotto band has Monarch Puckett has reserved place in big Parade Thornton Crews to fill a examiners but the fact that or. Is Fulloon Engineer reads paper on track killed by engine associated press Carbon Hill Ala., sept. 19.�? w. F. Lang 45, of Amory miss., Engineer for the Frisco Railroad was killed instantly at 6 40 of clock saturday looming when he was run Down by an engine Whie seated on the track in the Frisco Yards at Carbon Hytti Reading a news paper. The engine was piloted by de Lacey. He did not know his engine bad run Over Lang until men standing near told him that the body was being dragged. The body was mangled. Lang was employed on a run Between Carbon Hill and Amory. Imm Bel Loon will go hot of office and the fact that there now is pending in circuit court of Shelby county a suit seeking to recover from or. Isbell and his Bondsmen the amount due the state Aid county we deem it not necessary Here to go further into the matter pertaining to his office. His Early going out of office makes impeachment proceedings respected citizen passes to beyond it j j. F. Landers aged 55 years respected citizen passed away at his residence 1501 15th Avenue South near six of clock this morning after an illness of several months. Funeral services will be held from priests undertaking Parlours sunday morning at eight of clock. The remains be eos eyed to Fokes cemetery Madison county for burial. The deceased had been engaged in farming prior to his death. He is survived by his wife one sister mrs. C. T. Smith Albany and five Brothers a. Of. And l. B. Landers of Limestone county p. T. Landers of Albany and j. W. And m. J. Landers of Madison county. Thornton Crews minister of the Jackson Street Church of Christ has returned from Lawrrence county and Points in Tennessee where he conducted a series of revival meetings and will fill his pulpit sunday moan ing and evening. I. A special service in Honor of the boy scouts of the this cities has been arranged by scoutmaster Paul f. Dix of troop no. 20 and pastor c. C. Davison to be held at the Decatur Baptist Church at 8 p. M. Sunday evening. Ajl the scouts of the cities wer cordially invited to be present and hear the special Sermon on a my life a plans a and to witness the presentation of Eagle badges to their fellow scouts. the presentation will be by scout executive r. J. Seegers of North Alabama. The scouts to receive the special High Merit badges at this time will be from no. 20 met fran Oliver William Rogers and Grady Sims from troop no. 16, Solon Grayson. K the Public was invited to witness this presentation. By Arthur Brisbane for Albany Decatur daily. Building an air Fleet Roosevelt Hunt sheep inversely As the Square an old maids Money 7 copyright 1925, by the Star be while commit lain castigate flying postmaster general new promotes through the Post office department the commercial flying that must be the basis of this nation a air supremacy. Four new or. New announces air mail lines connecting Chicago and Detroit Cleveland and Detroit Cheyenne and Denver Chicago and new Orleans taking in St. Louis Memphis and Jackson or Vicksburg. The Public will be grateful to or. New who acts while some others quarrel to collect strange animals for the Marshall Field museum the rarest of All sheep described by Marco Polo in his Book of travels is what they especially want. They will Hunt that later when its hide is in better condition. I Kermit Roosevelt and a his brother Theodore Are in Tibet sent there by James Simpson of Chicago Lyfus far they have got the wild Blue sheep from the High Plains of Tibet some tibetan Antelope and other queer creatures. Or. Sam Paoni a Cash and Energy will be Well spent if they Muse a few thousand people to read -�0 Polo a travels. A place has been reserved for the Albany Decatur Grotto band in the Parade which will be a feature of the ceremonial in Birmingham on october 5, according to a letter written by Monarch Puckett who declares the affair would not be Complete without the local member. The letter follows a emr. Lawrence w. Lee j Decatur Alabama. Dear Prophet Lee a a permit me to take this Means of extending my personal invitation to the Albany Decatur Grotto clubs band to be with us on october 5th, at our third anniversary Parade and ceremonial and through you to them i not ask that the invitation be extended. A we Are counting on a Royal Good time that Day with More than 1000 in the class and it will not be Complete without your boys. Tell them that i am not prepared to take excuses for their not coming. We Are reserving a prominent place in the big downtown Parade for your band. With sincere appreciation to you personally and to each and every member of your club i beg to remain your Friend James c. Puckett As this will probably be the largest fraternal event Ever held in Birmingham the Albany Decatur Grotto Cluff has just cause to be proud of this special invitation. The Parade will be the Best Ever staged in Bir mini Ham. Grand Monarch George Treadwell of new Orleans and grand Standard bearer Lamar Fields of Montgomery Are expected to be present. Steps toward the organization of the Southern Grotto into a Southern association will be taken up at this birthday Celebration of Kamrar Grotto when some 10 or 12 Monarch from adjoining states will meet with Monarch Puckett and discuss the proposition. Should the Southern association be formed it is proposed that the Grotto meet annually in some City in the. South. Cost of Structure and equipment not yet decided v present Plant be Contin to Uei Independent delivery system to be used a by the company v the Decatur let and Coal company a acquired a tract of land Leaf to Between Sherman Street and pro poet drive extended just West of second Avenue and adjacent to the Louisville and Nashville Railroad track and will erect a modern ice and Coal storage Plant within thew ext few months. A is u i Jervis Jonea manager of he company announced saturday that pm att for the new Plant have not Tosa entirely completed yet but that the company expected to Heve the Plant a operation by next Spring. He stated it would be operated entirely s4pa-Ratc from the present Plant in tur an Independent delivery being used. A a the tract of land by the company from knt _ or Spraggins and Beard fir a tide ration not and Iowa frontage on the making it Conan in it and for handling Eft j dec in the cold a to Ragi 7the company will it nce on the plans for the new a Hanic and As soon at they Are completed and final decision made regarding the size work will be started on Tom Bui Ings to House the equipment. A11 of the machinery will be electrically driven or. Jonea stated. A we Are unable to a tete s time what the new Plant will coat a or. Jones raid a inasmuch As our Plena Are not yet finished. However i can assure the people of this Section that the equipment will All be of the very latest Type and that the Plant will be one which they be proud the present Plant of the company will be improved extensively Jones announced and will fee partially operated by electricity. Fief Jiser a ration will be continued even after the completion of the new Plant a stated t he local ice factory has proved a great asset of the Tennessee Valley this summer. In addition to serving Albany and Decatur with a plentiful a apply of ice the local firn a j. Loved conditions in Many other communities having shipped Hundred Ltd tons of ice to neighbouring cities this service can be extended when tha machinery is installed in the new building. T nine Hundred chinese towns Are flooded along the yellow River continued on Page three a. So a a a the Paul Rogers Dies \ after Long ill is in aul Denis Rogers aged 33 years e Veteran of the world War passed away at his residence 1109 6th Avenue South Friday evening near 8 o clock after a Long illness believed to have been caused infliction of wound two Days before the signing of the armistice nov. 9tb, 1918. Services will be held at 4 o clock sunday afternoon from the residence the Reveiz and Jame a Hunter officiating. Interment will be made at the City cemetery priest j t charge. The deceased was beloved of a wide Circle of friends who watched jigs de a i i 144 in u i a l n j a a i m Dfcia t v pan m a fir it a shh pc a fed Quot v at i years of the War with Genuino regret. He gave his life is the service for his country. The deceased is survived by his parents or. And mrs i j. Rogers one brother Walter o. Rogers Uoo Roe la. Three Sisters or. Dan w. Johnson Birmingham mias Shrek Rogers Albany and mr�., Cifes tee Sandman Albany. # Piggy wiggly a president Here s. W. Souers of new Orleans president of the Piggy wiggly corporation at Memphis and executive vice president of the canal commercial Bank of that City is the guest of i father e. B. Souers of the Independent paving company Here

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