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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 31, 1926, High Point, North Carolina J High Points population a s. Government census 1923 22,279 tue Sun Day e Ater i a Rise r High Point the growl no Industrial City North Carolina has a total 125 manufacturing plants j weather forecast rain sunday with rising temper i attire monday fair colder fresh to Strong East wind vol. 34�?no. 114 full associated press. High Point Enterprise. Sunday january 31, 1926 28 pages today Price five cents ale week Atlantic is continuing to disturb ships and to c Isatel 2 Many the to Iii ire ships Cali for help in Iii Ranee Tritt sentenced to 30 years in prison conviction murder one sailing ship was being towed into port Arthur last in Iglus Asheville Jan. 30.�? apr Lawrence Tritt tonight was sentenced to 30 years at hard labor for the slaying William Norris the morning december 27. The jury in Transylvania county Superior court at Brevard brought in a second degree murder verdict against him after almost three hours deliberation. At the same time mrs. Naomi Norris widow the slain Man who was tried jointly with Tritt was found not guilty complicity. Blames whiskers buyers Riester for showing Here furniture show closes after reaching new High Mark salesmen pleased buyers Are All Happy j Many say show Here far better than one held recently pvt Chicago Many new faces seen Orive for Relief gees Start Here local committee appointed who ill be in charge organization Ork new York. Jan. 30.�? apr the Paw the Atlan j ticks week Long Gale has slapped j at nine More ships sending them Keeling and calling for help j rit5rte. A sailing ship was being i towed to port tonight with her i in tank i la Iliin sails gone and her sides battered. Jar Vii a i Iii am Illicy two other sailing ships Hove to Hajj Quot Lulu ill j l11 0 until the storm let them alone. Anither was Drifting with the wind a fifth a German tug was being sought in reply to her s. O. S., still another had patched her injuries and was limping into port. The Crew still another a Little Schooner had been transferred to another ship. A Schooner and a tug were wrecked near Palm Beach fla., and part the Crew the Schooner was adrift in life boats. Though the toll the storm today did not compare with its destruction the freighters Laris ton and anti Noe earlier in the week reports from the ships in distress said the Hurricane had lost Little it ferocity. The president Roosevelt with the rescued Crew 25 men from the anti Noe aboard was nearing a been town tonight where reports plaid a tremendous ovation was awaiting them. The five busted Schooner Bright it Georgetown Maine cried for help today when she was 120 Miles off Ambrose Light and the coast guard Cutter Senecca went to her Aid. All winches had been smashed in by the High seas so that the Crew could neither raise nor lower her sails. The winds therefore had stripped her sails away and she was Drifting helplessly when the Seneca took her in Tow. The ships which Hove to were be red Clover liner Rosalind from m Johns n. F., and the City Melbourne from Calcutta. Both Are bound for Halifax. A German ship giving her name As the gauls hut believed to be the tug Taurus sent out an sos. Giving her position about it 0 Miles off the tip the Spanish Peninsula. She said the storm was unabated. The steamship America picked up the Captain and three the Crew the four master Tifton Boston which had turned Over in the Gale off the Florida coast. The America reported the run Fedor that the Crew was left in life boats. The tug boat endurance was wrecked six Miles out the America reported. A the Crew was saved the master said. The tug was left with All lights showing. The freighter Errington court bound from Swansea Wales to new York with a Load Coal reported today that she had patched up her steering gear and was the Way again. She notified Lier agents Here thursday that she had broken Down. The Canadian government steam ship Canadian settler reined her engines and boilers had gone bad j and that she was Drifting with the Hurricane. I the Rescue five men aboard the Schooner Simmons off the Florida coast was reported in a Brief radio message by Captain w. A h. Maxwell the pure Oil company Tanker w. W. Mills. Filtering Plant will be put into operation today water Supply will be Cut off from Early morning to late in afternoon plans get started for opening nand Singh formerly an East. In mid summer show which is sex j dial professor at Marquette oni petted to be even greater varsity Milwaukee announced than closing show j his arrival in London that Asb Erica women do Noj like whiskers High Point has taken its first step in organizing for the drive towards a contribution to the $15.-000,000 Campaign to relieve stricken jews overseas with the appointment a committee to conduct the work Here. Milton Silver was appointed chairman. Max Rones vice chairman i. Schwartz treasurer Harry doctor Secretary and Robert Silver publicity director. High Points quota will be $3,-000, the $200,000 to be raised in this state. The drive is tentatively scheduled to begin Tao Middle february. Similar can a prims Wilt be held in Evert Community in the state. Many High pointers have played prominent parts in drives for joint distribution funds in the past. In Philadelphia where the National conference the United jewish Campaign was held in september the leading jews in America gave the pledge to raise �15-000,000 in this country to continue the Relief work in european countries carried for the past la years. In the la years work by the joint distribution committee in Europe $60,000,000 has been expended. This nation wide drive is being headed by David a. Brown Detroit Michigan who has been variously titled the a Quot great David and Quot humanity a from a poor boy lie has advanced step by step until he now Heads the general necessities corporation Detroit and a score other big business enterprises. Ile has abandoned his private interests to give All his time during the next eight ten months to the raising the $15,000,000. Or. Brown now a millionaire devotes much his time to civic work in Detroit and International and National philanthropic work his work for the Palestine foundation fund attracted world wide attention. The United jewish Campaign is under the auspices the joint committee the Central Relief committee the american jewish Relief committee and the Peoples Relief committee. The mid Winter furniture show Here has closed. At 6 clock yesterday afternoon the cur. I in the Mammoth furniture expo a sit Ion building were drawn and i salesmen left the building rejoicing Over the wonderful re suits they accomplished during the two weeks showing the most modern and up to Date line furniture that has Ever been placed any Market. Officials the show announced at the close that the two weeks had been the most successful in the history the furniture Industry in High Point and had surpassed All previous they Admire the Oriental eyes but his Beard prevented him from getting an a Merican wife he says. Spruill i links state in need late to require a faster minimum rate prisoner burial sunday last Mark respect to be shown the 27 men killed Iii blast. Birmingham a Ala showing y a a map a Rossboro Shelby county there were buyers to mining Camp will the Sabbath Register Here during the two pay the last Mark respect to weeks. Every one the buyers i Twenty seven men its number. Ii in. �.,��?� i who gave their lives in the ser to is believed by offal put rec Tho Coa leg Long nda9try chased Stock before just As the Days work Quot it was impossible almost for a j had ended., buyer to walk through the i it will be a Day funeral for building and not Purchase some j the Little town located in an isolate. A a j c Eti Section one Alabama a thing said one official i Many Mineral Hills. In place it show. The regular services in the various the buying Here salesmen con a churches the Community burial by tonight at 6 clock the City High Point will have a new filtering Plant. The entire Plant will not be new but an addition the same size the present one that has been supplying the City with pure water for years will be completed. At the same time this was announced by City manager Pickett i he also announced that the City a j water Supply would be Cut off from i 9 clock this morning until about j 6 clock this afternoon. While the water is Cut off workmen will j be Busy connecting the new filters j . Pickett said that engineers were now Busy making surveys in j anticipation erecting another filter the same size the present one with the new addition added to it. The City has pipes and pumps sufficient to Supply 16,000,-000 Gallons water each Day but at present and for the past the filtering arrangements have been sufficient to care for Only 4,000.-000 Gallons. With the new addition the City manager said the filtering Plant could filter $,000,000 Gallons water in a Day. The time has come he said when the filtering Plant is not Large enough to care for the City a needs Aud it is necessary for other arrangements to be made. He said he Felt that when the new filtering Plant that engineers Are now preparing to Start was erected the water proposition could be placed aside for a while. That will be a sufficient amount water to care for a City three times the size and with three times As Many people As there now Are in High Point. The City is growing so rapidly the City manager said the work is being pushed ahead that they Jay be ready to meet most any emergency that May Arrise. Raleigh Jan. 30.�? apr what North Carolina needs is not a lower maximum Speed Law but a higher in in in no sped Law according to w. C. Spruill the automobile License department the state Revenue department. He based his statement reports from Highway Law enforcement officials which show More accidents take place straight roads than curves. A a often the Man who is rolling along at ten fifteen Miles an hour is the Man who causes the Jam wreck a said . Spruill. Or. Spruill has recently re turned from a trip to Maryland and Penney Vanla where he studied Highway traffic problems. In in Auto Accident s. Main Street leg is broken and Back badly Hurt condition not believed to be serious is Bobbing up again in the . Senate has been in Congress in Ane w a another for a St ten years Senate gets matter three times the House has taken action to Settle the Issue finally but sen the blocked it main struggle now to be Between mrs. Laura Christy last liver those who wish to use shots Pool o., was arrested and charged a for Power and those w to with univ order in the death her would i be them for nitrate fifth husband. Rev. William Christy j _ three mrs. Christy five has Washington. Jan. So Quot map bands Are dead. She is said to have confessed poisoning Rev. Christy tie. Lust in question because he suffered from indigo which has Beta Bobbing up and tion and asked her to give it to Down in Congress for the last ten him. E e l be. Another voyage cup Estous sen Slippery streets Are held responsible for an Accident which oct curved the lower end South main Street last night shortly before 9 clock when an automobile driven by a . Brown who lives Denny Street ran Down and i badly injured Carl Cox Salesman i Phi f Raer w i to tend for the Clinard milling company. 1 1 Aler Lal Mur Quot 1,1 Ornu . Cox gave his address As 134 Steele Street. He was taken to Guilford Gen Cral Hospital where an a Ray picture showed his left leg to be j broken and his Back badly sprained. His condition is not regarded As serious. After medical attention at the Hospital he was removed to his Home. A according to reports the Accident . Cox was attempting to Erose from the East to the West Side main Street when he stepped in Iii a body Large crowd is expected funeral services for Emory a it. Hedrick prominent contractor who died at his residence 150 Boule-.p0sa Yard yesterday morning about to clock will be conducted tomorrow morning at reformed Church at to years will begin i monday Over the ate course. Three times the House has to Flea Acison to Settle the Issue but oath i tithe it foundered the rocks in. The Senate. From present indications the going will he rough at this session. With the opening the Senate committee hearings the same in a Teress Are found lined up la b title array. There is one in no it a change in the situation however. By the announcement chairman Norris that he will urge de flair action at this session. Previously he has stood out against a final vote because the Senate would not adopt a government operation pro it appears that the mum Issue at this session will be Between la group wishing to utilize muscle Shoals for Power development clock the Rev. Milton Whitener Marjja pastor officiating. Burial will to tend was conservative and although there were Many orders placed none the buyers were purchasing All orders they say were substantial and were for goods that will be Quick Sellers any where they Are placed show. One the principal features the show officials say was the number new faces that were seen and the new names that were entered the registration Book. There were buyers from All sections the country and Many them officials say never before visited the High Point Market. All Are optimistic about the Market Here and Many say it will soon develop into the largest furniture show in Tho world. Despite the fact that the mid summer showing is e to observe week rites will be held the fresh Mounds Earth will Dot the country grave Yards where in some cases comrades who met a like Fate take their rest in everlasting sleep. Rescue Crews at Daybreak today had removed the last the bodies a eleven White and sixteen negroes. For weary hours the Crews worked in Waist deep water amongst twisted steel and heaps fallen Stone to extricate some the forms terribly mangled by the concussion which resulted from a Quot Windy Quot shot. Seventeen the 4 4 men in j the pit emerged alive virtually un-1 Hurt. The blast loosed a Pond water used for washing Coal. This flowed to All parts the pit and made two vessels Are Barbara la Marr wrecked by gales Dies in Altadena front the automobile. The Accident it is said was unavoidable in Church cemetery. I Hedrick who was 56 years i old bad been a resident this and the group that is trying to Advance nitrate production As the principal use the property. Senator George Democrat geor City for the past 30 years during a notified the Senate agriculture committee that he wishes t a appear in support his Amend messages picked up at Wert Moyie succ�?z83 a few year8 Palm Beach Tell their Fate ago succumbs to Long illness a which time he had always been prominently connected in both the civic and business affairs the i City. He was recognized a one 1 the leading contractors in the City. He was also Active in religious and fraternal work Iii High Point. When the first move was launched i to build the reformed Church . I Hedrick was one Tho leaders and ment providing for the distribution Power from muscle Shoals. A will offer the amendment to the House Resolution which would create a joint congressional committee to negotiate bids for the i property. The committee has allotted Mon was builder the Church. Today Day and tuesday for the hearings West Palm Beach. Fla., Jan. 30.�? apr two vessels were wrecked near Palm Beach by the ordinarily better than the mid i hazardous the work Rescue the Winter show the one just closed bodies the victims were i de passed the one last summer which often Wuh Thyge mule it the up until that him. Weird rays the flickering record by More than 200 re torches carried by the Rescue work Gisterek buyers. _ ers revealed utmost chaos and destruction. When the Day sorrow is past the Camp will turn its mind to resumption work. Lessees the property the Premier Coal company expect to put the mine in salesmen said they met people Here they have seen before the far Northern markets and were told by these people that they found the High print Market to be a better one than those held any other place. There were a number people a Del ��?�f0 a a a Quot a a a a mediately who had just attended the show a the former workers at Chicago came Here and Par a Check in when chased Large orders furniture. These people did not hesitate to the. Erosion was described As say the local Market offered better 8eer��. Most the victims values and a better Stock from a bin amp killed instantly. A charge which to select than the Quot Windy Jujj a Lack powder is believed to have City Quot Market ? and in the misfit the Only objection that could be j Lnu set Coal dust Gas. The found the locale Market this time a yer present Black Damp after such Altadena calif., Jan. 30.�? apr Barbara i a mar motion a you. To via a a a i picture actress died at her Home gales that swept the Atlantic Dur . I Here tills afternoon. Miss la marry a death resulted Metal from complications following a nervous breakdown several months ago her father w. W. Watson Saki her Neath was unexpected As until yesterday she seemed rapidly to radio Rainbow Friday night according messages picked up at pier this afternoon. Efforts were being made to Rescue part Ofa Crew left adrift in life boats 12 Miles South East Here. The messages were received by a a proving thursday she we aide leave the Homo for the Palm Beach radio company. The steamship America picked up the Captain and three the Crew the ill fated Lifton Boston a four masted Schooner which turned Over in the Gale the master the America a norwegian vessel wire Essed. He said the remainder the Lite first time in Many weeks. Miss la marry a breakdown was in july while she was completing three pictures in new York. She returned to Hollywood to make the fourth Ami it was while she was engage in this last october that she suffered the second collapse. The drama Tho screen stories Crew were left in life boats. A later i. Message said he will land the Rev a. .v7 a Quot �?opp&Quot-1 cued sailors at Havanna. His Mea i iv1 a ,,."�?o her own Vucu Occil Ilott Fulua. Is in v 3 la j. A a j i it. A see expressed the hone that the e set it. A a a the said to have been Sage expressed tile nope mat toe j n Kish non it a the i it a Auti. Drifting Crew May be saved. A . A a a a. I Fol film Siren was Maithel five Rue tug boat endurance was. I i. J a times Lier lowlands Wen admit wrecked six Miles out according to in Honor the lost member there will be no Church services. Sunday school however will be conducted. One the largest crowds that has Ever attended a funeral in this City is expected to attend the fur. Hedrick tomorrow. All member the Guilford Council Junior order United american me i Hanics have been requested to meet at the undertaking parlor j. A Sechrest and son at 9 30 i clock that they May attend the services in a body. The following will serve As pall bearers . P. G. Woodruff . T. M. Stanton . J. T. Burrus Floyd Wilson j. C. Siceloff h. O. Hayworth j. A. Davis ii. M. Armentrout. Honorary pallbearers members the consistory the first reformed Church were John w. Hedrick j. Wesley Hedrick. Jacob Livengood Edgar Whitener j. I. Young c. G. Burrows m. Crooks George r. Ingerson a p. Howell and l. T. Wood. And night sessions Are promised if More time is needed. A vote Wilt be taken the House Resolution wednesday. Representatives several Southern organizations have asked for time to testify. Among them Are the Tennessee manufacturers association and the Georgia state chamber Commerce. A number chemical and technical experts Are also expected to appear including those supporting the Hooker White Atterbury proposal to oper at muscle Shoals to partnership with the government. A he Olin jul ars. Kate Boyd a it a i Frie was Quot a eth All lights was there was not sufficient room Quot lasts was quickly cleared by fans showing. A were not disturbed. More Light records Confederate Navy is furnished by u. Capers j i senior Christian soviet a i Friend Church to have in the Levithan exposition build Jins with its six acres floor space to care for All the manufacturing company a that wished to place i their products display. Stores in surrounding squares j were engaged by the various manufacturing people and in teem lots Stock was placed display. These people like those in the which Pharr says he will a the Crew were saved he said. Leave from politics Converse annulled Phil Ainsworth i divorced Bernard de Kiev Divot both a removed to Char lotto for interment in Elmwood cemetery Captain Gus Jordan a Quot cowboys after the messages were received i a a j i Yeti Jack Dougherty emulated i the sea prepared immediately a a j a Eventis her attorneys were end negro Check Flasher a a. To go to Tho Rescue the Crew is arrested Here that is adrift. Three programs to Askin Gion Jan. 80.�? apr a much new information the federate Navy and Marine corps has activities Aud personnel the con been found in two chests official records probably brought to Washington from Richmond in 18d5, recently examined at the Navy department Here. To Jap chests w be stored for years Inatio attic the state War and Javy building were moved several years ago to the new building and never had been studied until a few the senior Christian Endeavor society the Church will observe National Christian Endeavor week with three programs. The first will be a banquet which will be held in the Annex at 6 30 clock wednesday. Tickets Are Sale and May be secured from the endeavours. The wednesday evening prayer meeting will be in charge the Christian endeavoured. Friday night at 7 30 clock there will be a quarterly meeting rally in the Annex. Miss Eliza ing in municipal court tomorrow morning. Weeks ago is it was thought thy contained papers to Fin. Marsh executive Secretary Ancial matters wbk cd were i tile the had l Oen await a the time Young Friend work the five ears meeting will be present at the meeting and will give an and some one would oppor j Gregg Young Peoples work. An a to to Ltd quoth / them. Are other feature the meeting will now being filed by the Navy archives be a Pecjak Musi by miss Marie where they will in available for. Muth Guilford College former Andy Tate negro South Carolina was arrested Here last night by officers Eller Russell and i Whitlow charged with Check Flash exposition building reported Good Jug. The arrested Man is said to sales and Good results m eve it have passed a number Worth Way from the two weeks Bere. J less checks in different parts the plans Are now underway for the City and. According to police off mid summer show. This show Mem jeers has been under watch for hers the exposition say will be some time. He will be Given a hear even greater than the one that has just closed unless All indications fail. Just what preparations Wilt be made to care for the Ever incr Eaas ing amount furniture that placed the Market Here has not As yet been disclosed some Indi cations and talk is that an addition to the present to Story building j will be erected. There has been no definite announcement to this feet however. But now the City is Back Normal. The hotel s a Titch have been overrun for the past two weeks report they hate room for the travelling people. Heretofore they have been filled to the limit with furniture Plano sighted Pernambuco Jan. 30. De to determine Hor marital status in order that she might will her estate to her two adopted Chil urea. Charlotte. A Edgar w. Phi House apr the Spanish seaplane piloted by commander Franco was sighted off Fernando de Noronha. At 7 30 clock this evening. Is East recovering friends w. B. Springle who is recovering from a recent illness will be glad to learn he is Able to be out again. I state to follow program in its search for data for development student s. K the Pap is have been found to Onsi financial accounts such As authorizations for the Purchase supplies for Tho Confederate Navy As Well As orders for travel a cd payrolls ship and stations. Of Germany. Sunday night at 7 30 i Hristian Endeavor Day ill be Given. It miss Clara the principal speaker tiring Wili lie taken for Manris Clark recognition Dock the program Cox will and an the . Fund. Raleigh Jan. 30.�?�? apr a and s. Wade Marr and ii. B. Shaw preliminary plan beginning an Raleigh. Attending the meet enlarged program publicity for my were Wade h. Phillips direr the state and compilation in tor the depart n to Iii. E. To dust i Ai data was considered and Brinson Chap i i i j. Holmes let i mined upon Imlay at the first state forester jul. Stuckey state one Ting the Board conserva geologist and r. L. Gray i charge Ion and development tile successor publicity the department interested people and with All to the geological Board which for governor Mclean outlined the that some c e buyers who have Nerly controlled the old geological scope the additional work Given come Here have had to go out and economic Survey. The Board the department by the recent act room in private Homes As Well asset at the governors office at noon reorganization As contemplating some the salesmen. The cafes have done a capacity is and the merchants 1 then the last buyer Aud is and was in session two flours. It a state Agency which will be Willis composed the governor sex innately Iii position to furnish any offi Cio chairman John h. Small information desired As to natural Washington la. J. Mclaren resources manufacturer Iii us Chariotte i. I it. Carroll Chapel tries soil. It bin ate living Condi still James i. Mcclure Asheville s it ions. Many amendments to Federal taxing Bill Washington Jan. 30.�? apr the tax reduction Bill was sub j ejected to a dozen new amendments i today some vital provisions As the Senate spent a four hour session wrangling Over the first con a love rial sections to be reached j in consideration the measure. While no rate sections were j reached today. Senator Couzens i Republican Michigan opened the promised fight against repeal the inheritance tax offering amendments to restore the inheritance and gift rates now in effect. Considerable support for the amendment from Western senators both parties is anticipated by senator Couzens whose move would not Only Block the proposed i repeal the inheritance Levy to Ted by the Senate finance committee but would negative the reductions in this tax provided by the House. With the Bill now cleared All non co u t r v e r is a i items leaders were confident tonight that despite threats fights against Sev. Era i vital rate reducing provisions a final vote could be obtained by february to which assure tax reduction by March 15 when first tax instalment 19 2 5 income Are due. At to North Carol announced to seek re elect the House that ten years s pacify was heinous time for him to the Way for some simultaneously son Young Mem Lotte bar a noun be a candidate to j a 30.�? Ai her to Sion ii Al get that he w i to members pressing the service in the ugh and that to retire and other Man Edw j. I nation three s session . Might honors against As Long sit Ion i sat a Iii to Are cd the dec my House at Joyu Vei e conducted it the Huaie. 412 a Wood Avern e yesterday morning at look clock Rev. E. K. Bowne after and Rev. H f hoisting. A he funeral naw a Wood the body was removed to the for interment in Elm woo it i Chi id a Dery. The p All bearers it t 6 r e Harles Wellborn p. V. Kirk Man r. T. Amos w h. English i a. R. S Tewart Aud h. D Cofield. The Many Beautiful Hor re in to arg miss Ruth Well be in. M in. O. E. In Den Owen Smith. Int Imti report Mai Ald i miners adjourn their conference to tuesday he changes announced in Southern schedule Effe h. At min Jor Tant f the g d. Or. The to i into changes w no. La arrive va., and Norfolk instead 6.03 towing so tied use g effect from Richmond va., at 6.1, a. In. No. 33 Piedmont limited arrive from new York at 6 30, a. Rn., instead 6 35 no. 43 arrive from Danville va., at 1 30 p. In., instead Iron no. 136 arrive from Atlanta. Ga., Ai 7 05 a. Rn., instead 7 10 no. 36 arrive from new Orleans la., at 12 2&Quot instead 12 25. A. The it the belie v night to their Horn apparent i come to a Zilphia Jan. a. Cite miners and operated today until next h proceedings still tie a peeled the two latest be enter by the miners r by the curators were before the week end t to Ken tonight Aly gloom. February i Marks the f Tho sixth month the Reaggle involving 158,-orkers with its at Nervd is business in 5off a territory in North my Iva Tiia. A Era to is Spicl miners left a meat curd hotel to it itch up mate train to s. No Ray hop w a at. The a assets Ion Woald Quick Gnu

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