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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 20, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Points population u. S. Government census 1923 22,279 High Point Enterprise High Point the growing Industrial City of North Carolina has a total of manufacturing plants weather Ore cart increasing cloudiness tonight rain and slightly warmer in West thursday rain % "3f> vol. 34�?no. 103 ill associated press. High Point n. A wednesday afternoon january 20, 1926 to pages today Price five Centi buyers say line of furniture i May Pui Paul on display Here at show most Complete in history of City on great Chicago hotel tallest one if the locker were larger a efforts to have celebrated orchestra on program of entertainment for big show tomorrow 4 buyers who have visited every floor of the big furniture Market building Here say that never before in the history of the Industry has a More suitable and handsome line of furniture been assembled. Everything that the furniture Man could wish for they say is in the building and the biggest problem that confronts the buyers they agree is to select from such a Well arranged and prepared list of products. With 4 9 buyers registered up until to of clock yesterday morning during the afternoon and this morning until to o clock another 121 had passed through the main Gates at the big building and registered As buyers. All during the morning the Leviathan building has been crowded with buyers and the demonstrators have been kept Busy. Efforts to have. Gloria Swanson the celebrated movie Queen attend show proved fruitless according to members of the entertainment committee but tomorrow morning the buyers will be entertained from la until i of clock by the famous Lew Gogerty orchestra better known Over the country As the Quot Chicago color has come into its own and the exhibition indicates a furniture period that can Well from All indications be called the modern color age in furniture. Good Strong daring colors and color on Piedmont towns forming organization to build lip the Section co operatively Salisbury Jan 20.�? Are representatives from thirteen Piedmont towns headed by Clarence Kuester general manager of the Charlotte chamber of Commerce met Here today for the purpose of perfecting an organization to look toward the Mutual interests and Industrial developments of this Section of the stat. The following towns Are re. Presented at the meeting Charlotte Greensboro Winston Salem Elkin Wilkesboro Reidsville Albemarle Statesville Lexington Mooresville and Salisbury. C. O. Kuester of Charette chamber of Commerce was elected temporary chairman at a luncheon held at one Oclock. He made a splendid address in which he outlined the purpose of the meeting and declaim d that although the organization to be perfected was primarily to promote the interests of the Piedmont Section he hoped to soon see a St organization with each inf Vid kid group a part working for the development of the entire state. Carl Bai ii it of Greensboro followed or. Kuester in a Strong talk in which lie expressed his support of the move and Endor sed or. Kuesters plan for a state wide organization. A permanent organization will probably be perfected this after noon. Whisky agents trying to close up the ten million Dollar Morrison warrants Are sought owner of the hotel declares that whole movement is Climax conspiracies Tribune makes report declares the official action is based on the discoveries of one monocle investigator of conditions in the hotel Eto of Senate debate exasperated by the delay of the vote on entry in the world court everything bedroom suites in red Llu and Green dining room suites with painted two tone effects and upholstered pieces with frames that vie for attention with the Rich new shades of Creyonne glazed Chintz tapestry and mohair coverings. And of course the Fibre lines breakfast room sets novelties and those pieces of furniture that have always approved color have attained new Heights in carefully blended suggestions that Are Beautiful in marked degrees. The furniture exposition building presents a sight to stir the soul of the furniture retailer. Scene after scene display after display Toor after floor each one calling for attention each exhibit a new store of knowledge and each space affording increasing interest to the merchant looking Forward in 1926 to a year of excellent business. In hitting the i gtd spots by a Quick trip from the tenth floor to the first very unusual changes in Dawes apologizes for his remarks but says his apologies Are due to senator Copeland of new York state Washington Jan. 20.�? apr after two senators had assailed him today from the Senate floor for criticizing Senate procedure. Vice president Dawes issued a statement saying he owed an apology to one of them senator Copeland Democrat of new York and had intended his criticism to apply generally to certain tactics Chicago Jan. 20.�? apr Federal prohibition agents working under cover were reported by the Tribune to have gathered evidence under which an attempt will be made to padlock the $10,000,-000 Morrison hotel the tallest hostelry in the world on a charge of having disobeyed the abatement of a nuisance clause of the volstead act. Harry c. Moir owner of the hotel when informed of the charges made by the agents declared the whole affair was Quot a Climax of conspiracies brie series and he said warrants would be asked by him for two employees of the hotel one of them a detective named by the prohibition officials As having furnished them liquor. The bulk of evidence was said to have been gathered by Monte Goldie a monocle investigator imported from England by Lincoln c. Andrews prohibition chief and Albert Rolls said to be an australian perfume chemist. The under cover investigation the Tribune says was the upshot of the new years eve incident. Rolls was assigned to the hotel by colonel Green head of the new special intelligence unit in Washington. He was assisted by his Mother a mrs. Harris. She and Goldie the polished Young Man of Noble mein and English accent were present when Riib telephoned the House detective and ordered the liquor. In the course of the investigation the agents reported the detective delivered two cases of whiskey one of them in a suit Case at 1 30 last wednesday morning and then provided a bottle of Gin when it was reported to him that some of the guests at the party did not like the scotch he had provided. The Tribune said the agents re when mrs. Strolls Wilson Smith right opera Singer entered the room of miss Mabel Woody above they found Ralph Errolle above right opera Singer and husband of mrs. Smith trying to squeeze into a locker. That was according to tes. Tii Nony introduced in the action hat won mrs. Smith a divorce in new York. Two former wives divorced Errolle. Indian composer to give program _ at e Thurlow Lieurance accompanied by wife to Cive concert Friday night used in the world court debate. A a a o a a a Ivy a i ported to Captain r. Q. Merrick senator Reed Democrat mis t t sour supposing himself the Par a titular target at which the vice j presidents remarks were directed said he would leave it to a a general Dawes own Quot sense of decency whether he should have attacked him on the air when he could riot reply. From his place on the presiding officer s dais. The vice president pavements and additions can be j replied that he had not referred to seen on every Side. Here and there a new exhibitor has crashed the Gate with some Eye opening numbers. The big space of the Brandt Cabinet company is filled with the Cabinet makers most artistic expression of what can be expected in Library tables console tables and scatter tables. Then there is a new dining room suite just out by the Drexel furniture company massive Graceful beautifully finished in the popular antique tone. The White furniture company presents a Beautiful display of bedroom furniture with their latest design in a delightful reproduction reminiscent of colonial styles yet modern in its Graceful Beauty and Mirror like finish. Then to Cappels upholstered suites where j. E. Nei Kirk can expound the merits of his line nearly As Long As Fred Fogle in the attractive Fibre display of Fogle furniture company that keeps calling for closer inspection. And no one can pass up Forsyth the big bedroom dining room and chair line that is Ever full of new surprises for everyone who visits the ninth floor. Dropping Down another Story there is j. J. Haines and company with several car loads of Rug samples. Across is Harry rectal vice president of Carriage and �?�5oy company showing some Beautiful new hand Woven. And loom Woven Fibre suites a raft of baby carriages and toy go carts. From White Seiden Man there beckons a Beautiful Novelty display mirrors pictures smoking stands consoles and myriad of Small articles. Lloyds loom Woven Fibre is next one of the largest manufacturers of this a popular style in Fibre furniture. Then Down on the seventh floor is Fox manufacturing company where the Fibre again Calls attention along with their upholstered line. Then in Simmons space there Are Metal Beds and bedroom furniture. Few pass j. E. Taylor and his Challenge refrigerators if Only to Stop in and play with the line of toys he exhibits. Brooks greets All Comers on the sixth floor in the exhibit of loth Styes then Weller Foard and senator Reed but to Quot the senator from new York Quot when he called attention to the injection of an old Magazine record into the Senate record at yesterdays session while important legislation was awaiting for attention. Inferring that the reference must have been to him senator Copeland new York said he Quot resented the vice presidents Quot inaccurate statement Quot of the Case had put into the record three newspaper articles that appeared yesterday he said but had not taken up the time of the Senate by having them read. Garrity hearing is held behind closed doors and charges not published administrator who Laid it before Edwin a. Olson District attorney with the request that he immediately draw a petition for a permanent injunction. Co operation was asked by the prohibition officials in a Telegram to attorney general Sargent and the Tribune understood they were still awaiting instructions from Washington. Moir declared the new years eve Celebration in the hotel was orderly and quiet. Elks Dies heart disease is cause Thurlow Lieurance recognized As the Foremost composer of Indian music and listed among the greatest of american composers will appear in a concert at the Ray Street school auditorium Friday night at 8 o clock. The concert is expected to surpass anything in local entertainment programs. Or. Lieurance will be assisted by has wife Edna Woolley Lieuranze Mezzo Soprano add mibs Reid flautist. This will be no doubt one of the most unique interesting and delightful programs Ever heard in High Point. The program is artistic in the extreme As Well As instructive. During the program or. Lieurance will make Short explanations As to How he received the inspirations to write his various compositions. Mrs. Lieurance will also appear in costumes that will dramatize the Story of the song she is singing. Mrs. Lieurance is a recognized artist of great ability. Frantz Proschowski present teacher of Galli Curi says she has fewer vocal faults than any Singer of the time. William Shakespeare famous musical teacher of London says her voice is the most Beautiful in America in the interpretation of Indian music. Not Only is she a great Singer but she has a charming stage personality. The concert is covered by the season tickets sold Here in september. Single admission tickets however will be on Sale. They May be obtained now from mrs. R. L. Way Akk. It is expected that the largest crowd that has Ever attended a concert of this nature will be on hand Friday night to hear this program which according to All reports will prove to be the greatest in the history of the City. Dictatorship by Washington Jan 20. Apr vice president Dawes no longer amused at continuous debate in the Senate to delay a decision on the world court question has resumed his fight for revision of the i rules to curb extraneous discussion. After sitting for hours in the i Senate yesterday listening to opponents of american adhesion to the court deliver speeches and read a Magazine article written in 1s93. Or. Dawes exasperation led him to a radio microphone to broadcast anew his protest against such tallies. He spoke with so much vigor at times that the microphone not attuned to such vehemence sent Forth Only squawk vibrations. Although unseen by his audience or. Dawes Felt impelled to emphasize his remarks with powerful gestures. As a result the speaking stand he used was almost shattered by raps from his fists. The stand had been constructed especially for president Coolidge. The vice president s impatience was not lessened by the that leaders of both sides in the court fight Are conducting negotiations to set a Date for a vote on the adherence Resolution. The main Point of difference is whether the vote shall precede or follow consideration of the tax reduction Bill. An article written years ago by Andrew Carnegie and which Sena tor Reed Democrat Missouri caused to be read into the record was referred to by or. Dawes in his radio speech which was heard by alumni of the Massachusetts Institute of technology at dinners in 67 cities. Tie Reading consumed an government to spend big sum of building program of Elliot Bill is passed Washington Jan. apr tile Elliot Bill authorizing Tho appropriation of 103,-000,00 for new Public buildings was approval today by the House Public building committee. The measure contemplates expenditure of the Money Over a five year period. Of the total 30,000.000 would be spent in the District of Columbia and the balance in the various states. Allotment of 13.000.000 would be made for completion of buildings already authorized. Tile appropriation would be a Lump sum and would not specify recommendations for various cities. It would authorize tile Secretary of tile Treasury to provide for allocating the funds with the advice of the postmaster general. The measure was passed by the House in the last Congress but fat i Ell to receive Senate approval. Other difficulties i co operative showdown by i fore judge Calvert feb. 5 interests Raleigh will timed attack this is the year for not signatures to the Coop Era Tives contract address about be president Hindenburg brings order through lecture of politicians by cities. A face Reading consumed Ai hour and \ half Quot and thir prompted the vice president said a to bring the question of the failure of the Senate rules to your attention he had planned the usual alumni address but changed to his pet subject at the last moment. Pointing out that the rules per difference la the Charloten of and Lack son discussed but speaker at Raleigh on Birt inlay anniversary spec at to the Ente Raleigh. Jan. 20.�?senath w. M. Persons attack on the Bacco growers cooperative aaa elation repelled thrice in Oil Days takes the most ominous Foi Given assault by anybody for puts on politics when it get to Raleigh february 5 heft judge Thomas to. Calvert. Senator person went Boff nothing of City wide interest i judge Barnhill tuesday in re mount and coupled with his a before councilmen at its Semi monthly meeting few matters of City wide interest were discussed by members of the City Council at their semimonthly meeting last night. The Reading of reports by various deportment Heads and the Dis. Cushion of the respective reports perhaps consumed most of the time spent by the councilmen in session. There was comparatively few people in the Council chamber when the meeting was called to order and at la of clock when the councilmen decided to Call it a Quot Day there was not a Spectator in the room. Mayor h. A. Moffitt in a Short cation for receivership a Lumu to the association to appear show cause Why the co Poi should not be dissolved. Vari assaults had been previously several of them by or. Of but these largely were confined contracts. In most of the lit tion the association won. It an ironclad agreement which broken with the greatest Dlf Fici in the general Assembly an Effs was made to relieve growers their obligations but the co simple swamped the coven Breakers. Since the 1925 Bly sat Down so hard on the sur gents Many setbacks to the operatives have taken place government has administered lawful blow. The Patterson Watkins salaries and re Mit discussion of Abs subject i Tah. Relative to the annual report i profits have had an uncommon i on r 44 a ii la to of of pm a 1.1 t. %. A. A whether relevant or not he advis-1 submitted by or a. S. Coe City last of the seven Jolly corks succumbs while on a Florida visit Raleigh Jan. 20.�? apr a hearing behind closed doors for Hank Garrity football Mentor of Wake Forest College was to take place today. Garrity was slated to appear before the sub committee of the executive committee of the institution which has been investigating the matter. Prior to the meeting officials in charge would not disclose the nature of the charges against Garrity and the football coach also declined to talk. Both promised statements when the meeting was Over. The committee chairman declined to state at what hour or where the meeting would be held. The matter has been closely guarded for a number of weeks while the hearing was in Progress but newspaper men inadvertently Learned on monday that the final meeting in the matter was to take place today. Continued on Page 4 tax reduction Bill presented to Senate judge wry Bee i Greenville. N. It Jan. 20.�? apr Harry w. Whedbee former judge of the. Superior court suffered a stroke of apoplexy in Superior Coutt Here today. He was removed to a Hospital where it was Staten ther was Little Hope for his i Cov Ery. Members of his family wer summoned. Judge Whedbee was prosecuting a Case before judg Albion Dunn we n seized with the stroke. West Palm Beach flu., Jan. Apr John f. Quot Day Quot Norris so one of the last of the Quot seven Jolly corks a a an organization of which sprung the benevolent and protective order of elks died Early today at the Good Samaritan Hospital Here. He had been a patient there since january 15 suffering from asthma and heart disease. Quot dad Norris commonly known As Quot Granddaddy of the elks a came to West Palm Beach Early in Janu Ary on his tour of the country in an Effort to say Quot hello Bill a to every brother in the country. He was persuaded to remain Here until the weather in the North where he was bound moderated. Last week he was seized with the illness that ended in death. The aged Elk As 48 years a blackface comedian travelling with known on the stage As Jolora and his wife Lottie Norris. They were Lottie Burton. They made their last Bow to an audience in 1914 after John had met with an Accident. She died in 1921 and he has been visiting among the lodges of the country since that time. Edwin m Neil Secretary of the local Lodge number 1532, was making an Effort this morning to com. Tunicate with dad s Lodge at Providence r. I. For funeral arrangements. He probably will be buried in the same plot with his wife at his former Home in Fennville Mich. He leaves a son. C. B Norris at Buckfield. Ills. Washington Jan. 20.�? apr the tax reduction Bill was formally presented to the Senate today by its finance committee. Chairman Smoot however had not completed the report on the Compromise measure worked out by the committee and he said he would not ask the Senate to take up the Bill before monday. If a definite agreement had been reached by then for a vote on tile world court the chairman has said he would hold up the Bill until that time. Prospects for agreement for an Berlin Jan. 20.�? apr in preference to a dictatorship threatened by president von Hindenburg the leaders of the partied in the Reich Stag have formed a Cabinet. Or. Hans Luther again will head the ill government As Chancellor with Gustave Stresemann holding his old portfolio of foreign minister. The former Luther ministry resigned last month after signing the Locarno pacts in London and efforts to form a new Cabinet had been under Way since then. Von Hindenburg summoned a dozen Reich Stag leaders to the executive mansion yesterday and told them the partisan chicanery and political barter must cease. He intimated plainly that the situation required either the setting up of a dictatorship or the formation of a parliamentary government. Quot these sorry exhibitions of perennial government critics must cease As the condition of the fatherland More than Ever demands constructive he told them. Leaders of the Middle parties Are alleged to have beep looking after the party fences for the last six weeks instead of facilitating von Hindenburg a attempts to construct a government which would be prepared to meet the numerous Inland and foreign problems with which Germany is confronted. Three hours after the political leaders had retired from the pres ence of the president. Or. Luther made Public the personnel of a Cabinet which will be put before the Reich Stag tomorrow. It includes three former premiers Luther Stresemann and or Wilhelm Marx who holds the Justice portfolio. There Are three newcomers Wilhelm Kuelz. Interior Peter Reinhold finance and Julius Curtius economics. In president von Hindenburg s first encounter with practical politics. He is declared by one of the parliamentarians present at the de his hearers that a a it is High time the people Wake up and write their senators what they think of this procedure. Quot i am speaking to an intelligent he continued. Quot you understand what it Means to have individuals Stop the wheel from turning. There Are 110,000,000 people vitally interested in the tax Bill and when such a. Piece of legislation is before a great body like our United tates Senate you should not permit a Man to go up there and read Magazine articles newspapers or something else merger of Power lines is to be considered Atlanta Jan. 20.�? apr a. M. Atkinson chairman said the Board of directors of the Georgia rain Why and Power company at a meeting this afternoon Quot probably would discuss a merger with the Southeastern Light and Power or. Atkinson has just returned from new York where he was supposed to have been in conference with the Southeastern company regarding the merger it has been reported for some time that the merger of the Georgia company with the Southeastern was under consideration. Funeral of or. Rankin at Speedwell Church physician of the health department complimented the physician highly on work accomplished by i department and closed by saying the report was one of the Best he had Ever heard. Other members of the Council also spoke highly of the report and the work that has been accomplished by or. Coe and his workers. Chief of police e. A. Mcghee was also highly complimented on the report submitted by Bim representing activities of his department during the month from december 15 to january 15, inclusive. The police chief pointed out to members of the Council that during that month his men had made a total of is8 arrest and secured 128 conviction in the courts. The report within , members of the Council said show that High Point police officer Are not making arrests just to boost their Quot batting average but in most instances where a person is arrested a Good cause for such an action is Given. Some of the other department head were praised for their work daring the past year. A. B. Homey Ohlef of the fire department submitted a report for the past years work that councilmen found to be exceedingly favourable. Women failed in their Effort to control Golf Early vote appeared slight. There j conference in the German White is every indication that a fight will be made against the inheritance re peal. Local War Veteran Dies in Asheville t. A. Adams of this City died in an Asheville Hospital this morning following an illness of several weeks. Or. Adams was a world War Veteran and had Many friends Here the body will be brought to this City and carried to the Home of mrs. J. O. Gold 305 Barker Street a sister of the deceased. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. House to Quot have talked to us like a dutch the new ministry will confront a hostile Reich Stag As it commands Only 171 of the 493 votes. It is considered therefore that it will alternately seek the indulgence of the Power of the German nationalists and socialist groups it will pledge itself to strict fulfilment of Germany a obligations As Laid Down in the Dawes plan and adhesion to the foreign policies prescribed in the Locarno treaties. The socialists it is said will support the government on its Daves plan anti Locarno policies. The German nationalists the communists and tin fascists however Are the funeral of Thomas f. Rankin of Rockingham county brother of rapt. A. M. Rankin of this City was held at 2 30 of clock this afternoon at Speedwell presbyterian Church near his someplace. The services were conducted by Rev. Or. Brown pastor of the Church and the pastor of the Reidsville presbyterian Church. T a number people relatives and others went from Here to attend the services. Surviving or. Rankin Are his wife and eight children. New York Jan. 20.�? apr efforts of women golfers to control their own National championship tournament this year have failed. Miss Mary k. Browne Leader of a movement for a separate women s association has received a letter from h. H. Ramsey Secretary for the United states Golf association with the information. Explaining that women a petition was received too late for any definite action the letter reveals that the association plans to increase the membership of its w of menus committee from five to nine. Miss Browne declared that the Effort to establish an Independent women s organization would continue. Auditor of state commended for observing Lee Holiday ing. Everything hurtful of company seems to have come if anybody knows anything try say a fut it the secret is kept. This is the new year for sign up and South Carolina is now the Middle of it Campaign. Sei tor persons proposal to Nam receiver to safeguard the ail 80,00,000 pounds of tobacco longing to the association Sti a deadly blow at the asset itself and must do it untold i when its presents its now it tracts. It has bean known for Days senator person contemplated course but so Long As he did act nobody dared print a Nai of such character. The plight judge Calvert Isnit pleasant had exchanged courts with i Barnhill so that the Nash col Jurist might spend three weeks his Home and the Wake cot judge be with his people this is a political year for jn4 Calvert. He most race again the nomination and he has pipes for a Strong opponent cooperative question in pol Isnit a pleasant contemplation. Senator person s attack is the a a saturnalia of waste and trav Gance Quot and he charge salaries ranged from 140,000 do to 4,000. His allegations Are those men who Drew them were of that Caliper when in other by Ness. He charges that the tion overhead and organisation Penser for the year ending May 1923, were 92,534,959.21, with charge of 188,803.54 for in unit which brought the daily expense 57.000 a Day. Attacking a he directors he dared that they violated the and Quot every Canon of common and judgment a that they 1800.000 in leases for the houses and that there was a a i of Money amounting to 250, was entailed by building War houses where there was no need to them. The plaintiff says that he informed and believes that the a Socia tion paid $110,000 attorney fees to Aaron Sapiro. Charging further Deshona senator person declares that amounts so paid out have been sealed and camouflaged that the growers Are still in the dark Aati said costs and expenditures. Tea said directors should account of a Kaleigh Jan Ai a indicated that his office expects Tot All of said sums needlessly and a though treasurer Lacy adjutant keep other holidays not recognized lawfully expended and pay sail general melts and auditor Baxter by the salary and wage commis-1 amounts will cd the plaintiffs St Durham observed a Holiday not slim which he said was exceeding ast $50,Gou,ooo.�?� recognized by the salary and wage its Legal authority when it thought the unlawful and inf Fiche commission when they closed their to curtail the number of holidays j management by the directors to the employees of the double capacity Salisbury Jan. 20.�? a decision to double the capacity of j a a the China Grove Cotton Mill at i killed the Winner China Grove was reached at a Selmer tenn., Jan 20.�? a meeting of the Board of directors a Tom Barnes 67 Farmer shot and offic is held yesterday Atter and killed Gaden Teerney 57, to noon. The number of spindles Day after a jury had awarded will be increased from 2.200 to Teerney 600 in a suit for damages 4.400 and the expenditure will be filed against Barnes and shot and Archual is too a 5 percent fatally wounded himself when Semi annual dividend a also de sheriffs deputies a tempted to a cleared rest aim. Wilmington sent messages of com consid Jwied permanent opponents of it sat in a May the Day the government on these issues. Offices yesterday in Honor of Law eds allowed to birthday they have tile support of state some citizens throughout the state. The salary and wage commission ape fear chapter. United Daugh recently decided to Cut Short the ters of the confederacy and Cape annual annual vacation appeared to fear Camp. Confederate veterans every state employee entitled and never come when our City the state of North Carolina and the South As a whole can forget our Peerless leaders Lee and in observing the Holiday or. Durham said last night that he did to lengthen it to its old term so j far As employees would forego taking holidays on the various red let j Ter Days recognized by state Law j but not by the commission. This w As taken w Hen the a a four i that it had no Power to compel employees to work on the suit which each and every one of the Are responsible has Given Rise to the greatest scandal in the id trial life of the slate Quot colonel a son says in paragraph 16. Goes into the re driving Active Tisl and he Doe not Stop Short of intimating Rasca Lity and d own Rig dishonesty it is the most fur assault which the cooperate Las had. Senator person is a Rich planter and lawyer and of com so with the understanding that All Holiday which it did no a tog is subject to such action state offices would be closed but Nize. In commenting on the Char Wor 8 justify and he toss to that he would have explained his Acter of the Southern general the s Mem have said All that he fam it decision to keep the Holiday if he auditor said that the Holiday was knew that Oiler departments had created Quot not that we might have a intended to remain open. He no a a took Al reveal i Uwom i a a general Lee As Tco nogued f m ii

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