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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 4, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point s population u. S. On Ermert census. 1923 22,279 i High Point Enterprise High Point the growing Industrial City of North Carolina has a total of 125 manufacturing plants weather forecast rain tonight warmer in East and Central portions saturday mostly Cloudy and colder vol. 34�?no. 60 full associated press. High Point n. Friday evening december 4, 1925 20 pages today Price five cents state commander Stevens of american legion to address banquet Here saturday night i of the auxiliary also to officer of the mutilated police be a speaker Here miss Annie Lee to be heard expecting enjoyable meeting sex service men from All sections of the township and Many women Are eligible for membership in the american legion auxiliary Are expected to hear Henry d. Stevens jr., of Warsaw state commander of the american legion and miss Annie Lee of Monroe state president of the auxiliary at the banquet in the basement of the first methodist protestant Church tomorrow night at 7 30 of clock. This will be the first appearance of commander Stevens before a local audience and the sex service men Are preparing to Welcome him generously to the City. This also will1 Nark the first visit of miss Lee to ugh Point in an official capacity my the Celebration for her will not 6 without ant elation. Committees in charge of arrangements for the banquet were it Usy today completing the plans my Tho gathering promises to be he most enthusiastic and enjoy ibo of its kind Ever held in this try. Andrew Jackson Post of the pm Ericson legion will be among the lost on this occasion and the Region Aires have announced that Here will be nothing selfish about he event. They have thrown open he doors to All the sex service men and have let it be known that All Lien who served their country at mis during the world War will c welcomed regardless of whether hey Are affiliated with the Ameri an legion. In other words it is of a legion banquet but a Bannet for sex service men. And the women will by present. I very woman to High Point who i eligible for membership in the Melcan legion auxiliary has been extended an invitation to attend officers and members of the Auxin try Here Are taking an Active part i Tho arrangements for the ban get and will enter into the Occa on with As much enthusiasm Asie Legio Aires. An elaborate program is being a ranged for the meeting. It will in de in addition to the address several musical numbers. Judge Donald c. Macrae and tiler officers of Andrew Jackson is who were elected recently will installed by the state com Ander. A a we re expecting the largest metering of sex service men Ever eld. In High Point a Ralph grif a adjutant of Andrew Jackson it St declared this afternoon. A a we ant All Tho sex service men and Allie women eligible for membership. The auxiliary to remember that Ley Are report of escape of Chapman is denied by prison authorities Hoose Atar Heel formerly of Randolph Colin to says red Powell discussing his Case condition is serious he knew none of the men with whom he went on his unfortunate evening took drink with them will deliver address Here remembers nothing that happened thereafter he tells news Ltd paper men in discussing his mutilation r. E. Powell Hartford conn., dec. 4.�? in a despite a Rumor which read through Connecticut and Garbo ring states overnight that raid Chapman twice reprieved murderer under sentence to be winged on March 3, 1926, had is Ped from the state prison Here Sou officials today said that the of Dorlous Bandit a a is still very much Der lock and a a there is absolutely nothing to Deputy Starr said Early today Ken asked for confirmation of the a ape of the Man who twice Seap from Federal authorities. A a he a in his cell a few minutes ago he is there new York Cotton jew York. Dec. 4.�? apr Cotton Market opened steady Lay at an Advance of i to 12 its on covering and some Trade ring which was probably probed by the fairly steady showing Liverpool and rather smaller Cate crop figures. Quot the two first crop reports to Ike their appearance were below rage of their recent estimates placing the crop at 15,041,000 the other at 15.200,000. Any it this May have had on senti it however soon was offset by location of two other reports iting to a yield around 15,600.-Bales and ginning of Between >00,000 and 13,715,000 Bales to sober i. Nuary contracts which had up to 19.86 at the opening be to 19.73 before the end of first half hour while March a off from 19.78 to 19.62 a liquidation by Early buyers Hern and Liverpool Selling. Is showed net losses of about to to Points before la o clock. Latimer in command. In i Ca Chile dec. 4.�? apr i United states Cruiser to Hes hich brought general Pershing the members of the Tacna a plebiscite commission to a left yesterday afternoon for jut Ith rear Admiral Latimer Washington dec. 4.�?�ap a after some apparent hesitation Washington police detectives today began in Earnest an Effort to Clear up the mystery which surrounds the mutilation Here night before last of Paul Mcduffie formerly of Randolph county who has been employed As a we Hite House policeman. Mcduffie stumbled into Providence Hospital Here Early yesterday morning and told a loosely connected Story of How three sailors had invited him into a House in the Southwest Section of town about four squares from the Capitol and had dragged him. At the Hospital to pretended to think he was not seriously injured. An examination disclosed a heavy loss of blood and a Butcher like operation. His clothes his brother informed police officers today were not Cut. Early today Mcduffie told visitors to the Hospital there his condition is regarded As serious that he left his Home shortly before Midnight to go out and get some food. He described a visit to a cafe and of afterwards meeting the sailors. He says that he went into a House to take a drink largely because the men were service men and he was a service Man. He did not know any one of the three. He remembers nothing according to the Story he tells after taking a drink with the three men. It is an entirely different Story which the police have picked up bit by bit. Mcduffie s wife and children have recently gone to North Carolina. He says that they went there on account of his wife a health. In the statement he made he expressed a fear that he would lose his place at the White House and be without Money when Christmas came. He appeared much concerned about his family. Police investigation do not believe the Story the White House policeman tells they have information which leads them to believe that the operation was performed by one or More mulatto men. They also Are working upon a clue which indicates Mcduffie was mutilated at the Home of a mulatto woman. Mcduffie heretofore according to other officers has enjoyed a Good reputation. He has a brother on the Washington police Force. The absence from he City of congressman William Cicero Hammer who represents the county from which the police Brothers come and who is a member of the District committee of the House moved other North Carolina members to take an interest in the Case. This is believed to have spurred up the investigation now under Way. Three capital places on House committees making a total of six held by North carolinians May come to the state delegation when the ways and Means committee at its saturday session announces the selection from the candidates for two vacancies on the appropriations committee. The Southern vacancy May come to congressman Abernathy. Congressman Doughton has Long since Beer chosen for the ways and Means commute Post perhaps rive most important that can come barring the chairmanship held so Long by Claud Kitchins and the door leadership. Representative Emalen Weaver of the tenth District is almost certain to he named to fill the vacancy on the judiciary committee a Post which was once held by former congressman e a. Webb. The other posts of importance held by North carolinians in the House organization include representative Pou As ranking Democrat on the rules committee representative Stedman As member of foreign relations and representative Homer Lyon on rivets and harbours. Senator Lee Slater Overman who is expected to arrive Here sunday is not worrying Over the opposition threatened by announcement of Captain Robert r. Reynolds Asheville Globe Trotter and former candidate for lieutenant governor. According to Stacie Lynn Salisbury attorney and newspaper executive senator Overman is in excellent health. _ a the secret ballot Republican party conference meets with single Issue also endorse economies of nothing troubles now except great drive is on against huge whisky Selling ring rum swale is Mclean and school plans of Bailey not out for Gardner Stone of Guilford does no to like the business associations of Shelby Ite tile question of Lafollette regularity Butler is in doubt anti. Gardner slant hut the Ballett plan of Tho candidate is Given tile approval of i he in Ion regardless of it stand on him Raleigh dec. 4.�?farmers�?T Union folks meeting thursday in the first Day and quitting Friday chairman of the National committee is not ready to agree with Curtis la Follette is silent Young Man decline to say whether he will attend Tho party conference tomorrow or not Washington dec. 4.�? a the Senate Republican conference called for tomorrow and the in their deliberations leave the in Lafollette Issue still troubling party leaders the pre convening 1 atmosphere of the new Congress today was keyed up for the Gavel fall on monday 11 sex by in s Tevens or. State commander o f american legion is to t wife income of Man decorated for a extraordinary heroism is $15 weekly Rance to Issue a to total currency seven and a half billion francs to be printed under new plan Atlanta ga., Dee. 4.�? apr slightly More than six years ago private Walter j. Fillyaw United states army Shell Tom and All hut disabled was almost bursting with Pride when the commanding officer of fort Mcpherson Here pinned to his breast the distinguished service Cross a for extraordinary yesterday he was found by a reporter for the Atlanta Constitution to be peddling bananas on the streets of Atlanta in order to earn support for his wife Little daughter and baby son the latter born monday. His income was found to not exceed $15 a week. Tile Case was called to the attention of american legion officials Here who Are putting machinery in motion to make things a break better for him from now on. In addition to ids $15 a week he made peddling bananas Fillyaw receives $20 a month compensation from tile veterans Bureau he said. He told legion officials he had been unable to obtain employment because of his physical unfitness. The certificate accompanying his medal shows that it was awarded for a extraordinary heroism against an armed enemy of the United states at Cuneo France october 5, 1918, while serving As a private in the medical c6rps of the fourth infantry a. E. a subsequent citation told of his a having been wounded and ordered to the rear he continued to administer to the other wounded men under constant Shell fire until he was wounded a second time when he was evacuated despite his Fillyaw is a native of Fayetteville n. C., and married miss Sadie Cranford of Union s. C., in april 1918, shortly before to went overseas. Wall Street. New York dec. 4.�? apr with uncertainty Over the Money situation eliminated for another week by retention of the local 3 1-2 per cent Bank rate Stock prices scored further gains at the opening of today a Market. Public buying broadened in response to Secretary Mellon a fearful views on general Economy conditions bringing about an initial 2 Point Advance in United states steel and More moderate gains in general motors. New York Central Baldwin Bethlehem steel and other Standard issues. Confederate Navy Yard a landmark at Charlotte of As burned Early today Charlotte Dee. 4.�? apr a spot of historical interest was razed by fire Here Early today when flames swept the a old Confederate Navy Yard destroyed the Structure and causing ing damages of approximately $75,000. The fire started shortly before 8 of clock and was confined to the one building which wits in use As a store House. During the War Between the states the site was used to store the supplies from the Norfolk Navy Yard which were moved Here to save them from capture the federals. Paris. Dec. 4.�? apr in political circles there seems to be no doubt that the government s proposed Law which Calls for inflation of the currency by 7.500,000.000 francs and fresh taxation of from Twenty to one Hundred percent soon will be an accomplished fact. The Bill yesterday successfully weathered the storm in the chamber of deputies and last night it was taken up by the finance committee of the Senate which accepted it in full and will recommend that Ute Senate take favourable action upon it. After a sleepless night and Day m. Briand appeared before the finance commission and issued an ultimatum similar to that Given by him in the chamber of deputies wednesday evening in effect that if the Hill was not adopted As it stood a no government was previously in commute numerous modifications to the Bill had been discussed and inserted in it but when the Premier had spoken the members of the committee yielded and under their recommendation it is virtually certain that the Senate will adopt the measure. The upper chamber will begin discussion of it. This afternoon and while its safety apparently is secure it perhaps will not go through without first being strenuously debated pro and con. With passage in the Senate m. Briand a troubles by no Means will be Over. Next week he will have to defend in the chamber minister of finance Lou Cheur a big financial Reform plan which will provide for redemption of Frances floating debt. This measure is quite distinct from that voted in the chamber yesterday which was an emergency Bill to empty coffers of the Treasury. If. Is Likely however to retain and make permanent some of Tho temporary tax increases contained in the inflation Bill and will replace the Pamleye capital Levy plan which died with the downfall of pain level a ministry. Bill Stephens to be heard in service at m. P. Church tonight the revival meeting which has been in Progress at the first methodist protestant Church is moving on with interest. At the service tonight Fred n. Taters gospel team no. 8 of the Christian men s evangelistic club will be in charge of the service. A a brother Bill Stephens who was Here during the Tabernacle Campaign is in High Point and is expecting to take part in the service tonight. At Welch memorial methodist protestant Church another successful revival is being held by a your the Young men Are very enthusiastic Over the meeting and Are doing much personal work and great Success is meeting their efforts. Prea Siun that they Are most Hospit Able to the australian ballot proposal of Max Gardner the school proposals of Josiah William Bailey and the economies of governor Angus w. Mclean. They do not allow one to get the impression that they Are for Max Gardner for governor in 192s. President r. W. H. Stone of Guilford has talked considerable progressive speech against Gardner. Legend has it that when Gardner delivered on the protected ballot Josiah William Bailey of Raleigh uttered an unctuous amen. Not so with or. Stone. The Guilford Man did not like the Gardner associations in business. The Union has a rather ancient anti Gardner slant. The Shelby Man did not answer the Farmer labor questionnaire in 1920. Opinions differ As to the result of that refusal. It helped and it Hurt. But the Farmers Union never was regarded enough to do any candidate political damage. Ond line democrats who came to Raleigh say that the membership of the Union is largely Republican and that unions attitude on anything does not count. Its attendance now is rarely Large. Its tendency is regarded political. But president Stone is generally regular. He was made a director of the North Carolina Railroad by governor Morrison but in the 1924 Campaign or. Stone supported j. W. Bailey. Or. Stone is regarded a Democrat. His predecessor or. H. Q. Alexander turned out last year to be a la Fol letter. But. Or. Stone will not Bolt. He goes into the democratic contests and stands by the nominee. The unionists held executive sessions yesterday. They discussed the schools and resolved to make inquiry into the Cost of maintaining them. It is understood unofficially that in time the Union will Frame another questionnaire and or. Gardner will have another Chance to put himself on record. The Farmers mean to ask him something about his business and political alliances so they say. The unionists heretofore have now Paris removes the shimmer from stocking we Ich matches Complex Faris dec. 4.�? apr Paris which sponsored the nude silk stocking the presence of which was betrayed by a Mere shimmer has now eliminated the shimmer. Slicer Lisle is the latest craze and in shades a telling exactly tile complexion of the wearer. Women now buy thin stockings to match the face powder and in the new Mode there is As Little Shine to stockings As there is to the Well powdered nose. During recent wintry blasts Paris enjoyed the spectacle of fur Coats a la Winter time in fifth Avenue and apparently Bare nether extremities in la summer time in Deauville Money wine women ant song used to Bull the official family continued on Page 6. Second Sec is Mutual investment company a Structure to Cost about $24,000 a permit was issued at the office of fire chief a. B. Homey yesterday afternoon for the erection of a store building on North main Street by the Mutual investment company. Several Days ago the Enterprise carried a news Story Republican leaders in the Senate still faced an Uncertain situation in their efforts to have the party conference tomorrow recognize without Issue the republicanism of senator elect Lafollette of Wisconsin. Senator Butler of Massachusetts chairman of the Republican National committee is one of a number of senators apparently not yet not fringed that the plan of senator Curtis of Kansas the majority floor Leader and other party leaders to treat tin Wisconsin senator As a party regular is warranted by his speeches in his recent Campaign. Senator Lafollette whose Campaign utterances Are regarded by gome senators As constituting attacks on the Republican party has declined to indicate whether he proposes to accept the invitation u attend the conference tomorrow. At the session ahead the question of amendment of the Senate rules to prevent filibusters is one tha will probably at least occupy Many hours of debate and vice president Dawes already is on the ground prepared to carry Forward his fight for such a change. Since his arrival yesterday however he has declined to make any statement regarding his plans. One of the vice president s first callers was senator Underwood Democrat Alabama whose proposal for a change of Senate rules was introduced at the special Senate session last March after or. Dawes has launched upon his fight in his inaugural address. Whether either the Underwood Resolution or another sponsored by senator Jones Republican Washington to shorten Senate debate Tan receive a favourable vote in the rules committee for report to the Senate is doubted by both Republican and democratic leaders. House Republican leaders were perfecting plans today to Hare the House get Down to work on the tax reduction Bill immediately after the Reading of the president s message on the second Day. The program for the opening Day Calls for organization and the receipt of the report on the tax Bill. The first political gun of the session has been fired by senator Harrison Democrat Mississippi who declares in a formal statement that the a Long vacation in which the president has been permitted to exploit himself and his misdeeds of the administration is now at an a in the coming Congress a a he said a an accounting will be demanded and the people shall know the hypocritical manner in which the government has been administered during the old trapper objected to invasion of his Home by Gold miners Rhinelander Case goes to jury in new Mccourt jury required to answer seven que tons propounded by the judge merely to find facts judge will decide the Validity of the wedding after verdict question of Freedom jury will not annul Case but the judge regardless of the nature of it findings Williams Lake b. C., dec. 4. A a a apr fear that a Gold Rush stating that construction work had i would drive him from the wild started on the building. Little kingdom which he had come the Structure will have two i to regard As his own led to the rooms will be two stories High and death of Alex Ducharme a trapper will Cost approximately $24,000, 1 in the lonely Shilko Lake District according to the permit. Fred Cyr is charged with his Mur other permits issued Here yes a Der. Cyr has left Here to guide Gerdav and today follows la county jury to the grave of the Hunter Dalton six room Resi Jan he admitted shooting Dence on Slane drive $5,000. J Cyr had gone to the District and Walter blizzard five room Resi a found Good Gold prospects on Sev Dence on Worth Street $2,000. Eral creeks and told Ducharme r. W. Halstead six room House about it. Ducharme insisted on the on Barker Street $3,500. Younger Man giving up prospecting Carolina Homes inc., residence and going into partnership with six rooms on Orlando Street $5,-000. J. Van Boyles five room dwelling on East Commerce Street $2,-500. Bob White negro six room House in Samet Bottom $1,500 him As a trapper fearing a Rush of miners and the upsetting of the living he made by trapping and Hunting. After Many Wordy Battles Between the two men the quarrel had its Climax in a Duel in the wilds. The old trapper was armed Warsaw Jol Boche a Square in the new part of this City is to be re named for Woodrow Wilson a. J v. A j. B. Moorefield five room House j with a United states army Rifle and on Johnson Street Extension $2,-Jcyr with a 22.20. Cyr asserted too. That he shot Ducharme to prevent b. Clay Hayworth barn and i being shot himself. Age on Best Street. $150. A talks of inflation miss Crook is recovering i Paris. Dec. 4.�? a the miss Doris Crook one of the Senate today began discussion of City nurses who was operated on the governments financial inflation for appendicitis recently at the and increased taxation Bill. Sen High Point Hospital is getting Jator Berenger general Secretary of along nicely and expected to re the finance committee advocated turn to Here Home today her Many j voting the Bill As adopted by the friends win a interested to Zigari camber of file Putley _ White Plains. N. A. Dec. 4.�? apr the suit for annulment of marriage brought by the wealthy Young Leonard Kip Rhinelander against his part negro wife. Alice Beatrice Jones went to the jury shortly before noon today. Out of the mass of testimony much of it conflicting taken during the three weeks of trial the jury men were charged by Justice mors Chauser to find answers to seven questions propounded to it. The jury findings on these questions will be based the justices decision whether or not an annulment shall be granted. Supreme court Justice mor Chauser beginning his charge read to the jury the seven issues to be determined. The jury itself will not pass upon the Validity of the marriage but will simply answer yes or no to the seven questions covering the principal Points in the Case. The special term of the supreme court later must decide whether Leonard Kip Rhinelander the plaintiff shall be freed from his wife. Alice Beatrice Jones daughter of a mulatto. The jury a decision on the seventh Point upon which it must pass is of the greatest importance to the outcome of the Case. This Point is a did the plaintiff cohabit with the defendant after he had obtained full knowledge that the defendant was of negro blood a of the jury makes decision favourable to Rhinelander on the first six Points but j answered a yes to the seventh ques tion the whole Case will be upset. I the other six questions were a at the time of the marriage of the parties was the defendant col i ored and of coloured blood a j a did the defendant before the j marriage by silence conceal from the plaintiff the fact that she was Tot coloured blood a j a did the defendant before the marriage represent to the plaintiff j that she was not of coloured blood a a did the defendant practice said i concealment or make said representation with the intent thereby to induce the plaintiff to marry her a a was the plaintiff by said concealment or by said representation or by both induced to marry the defendant a a Elf tile plaintiff had know that defendant was of coloured blood would he have married her a change of venue is Likely for a. Rich Battle Creek. Mich. Dee. 4. Map a probability of a change of venue was indicated today by attorneys for the second trial of a Illus c Rich son of a wealthy Battle Creek manufacturer follow my the disagreement of a jury in the first triad last night. Rich is charged with felonious assault. A former Battle Creek College girl is complaining witness. The jury which for the last ten Days has been hearing the Case was discharged a 10 10 last nig or after deliberating seven hours and fifty minutes. Jurors said after the were discharged that their fourth and last ballot stood nine for conviction and thro for acquittal. New York dec. 4.�? apr Federal prohibition agents believe they have smashed the most powerful rum smuggling Syndicate on the Atlantic coast with the arrest of 19 men including the head of the ring William Dwyer wealthy sportsman and track owner. J the Syndicate they charge bribed coast guardsmen lavishly with. Money and a wine women and song a operated a Fleet of 18 or More vessels off the coast and developed an elaborate system of Cone tool Over both wholesale and retail liquor Trade running into millions of dollars annually. Six members of the coast guard Are among the prisoner gathered in yesterday after six months investigation. They face court martial. The round up described As the a greatest in the history of prohibition a was still under Way today with 24 Federal warrants waiter a to be served. Dwyer part owner of the mount Royal race track in Montreal and of the Coney Island track in Cincinnati was released in $40,000 bail after he hda denied the charges. The drive began with 32 prohibition agents nine Deputy unload states marshals and seven policemen raided a dozen places in new York and Long Island. Federal attorney Buckner said the raid practically smashed the ring. The coast guard officials la Washington said they had know for months of the bribery of certain Crews but had not interfered As they were anxious to give or. Buckner and his assistants a Chance at the a men higher a the investigation started through having the name of a Bill Dwyer thrown in our Teeth in almost every Case that came up a said or. Buckner. Quot this said assistant United states attorney Stichman. When Dwyer a arraigned yesterday a was the leading figure against whom the energies of the prohibition department in this Case have been directed. For More than two years coast guard boats have been in his pay so much so that they were paid off in a restaurant which he owns and which recently was padlocked. There government employees Low salaried men. Were feasted and entertained with wine women and Dwyer s attorney characterized tile governments charges As a pure \11 of the men arrested yesterday were held in connection with. The seizure some time ago of the Augusta a rum ship. Discussing the arrest of the coast guardsmen five of whom were from the same boat or. Buckner said a a All Honor to the Loyal member of the coast guard who daily risk j their lives in doing their duty and receive from $3 6 to $100 a month while they witness their weaker Brethren receiving As High As $1,-000 each for letting a single boat go past them without state to contract for two record Bridges Raleigh dec. 4 map a the state Highway commission will let contracts on december 22 for the building of two Bridges larger than any Ever built in North Carolina. It has bin announced by officials of the commission. The larger of the two will Span the Chowan River at de Olton. It will be 7,900 feet Long and will Cost about $525.ooo. It is said. Tit other Bridge w connect Beaufort and More head cry. One Section will be Aero a Newport River while the. Other will or an Buie sound. The Newport s c Ion will be 2 a 66 4 4feetwhile the Boga Section will be 4 82 feet in length with a fill a Long Between the two pans. No Nis project is estimated to co-1 about $575,000. Chic and Grain Chicago. Dee. 4. Map a wheat Price a sudd Niy shot up Ward cd alter an Early setback. India declines were to a consider Abl degree influenced by opinions in some in artery that crop damage in Argentina a Quot a been More than allowed for in Radical advances during the last three weeks. Opening quotation.-, no hanged to i 3-4e lower were followed by drops but then by a qui k rally. Corn and Oats were swayed by the action of wheat. After opening 3-s to i 14 off Corn shovel a fur Are decline and then reacted to ainu yesterdays finish. Provisions developed for Masai 1$ line with grata a a. _

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