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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 27, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina monday May 27, 1940 Horton s connections to make him Strong threat to Leader Maxwell s support with dislike of industrialists and business men of Broughton s ally Mcdonald lieutenant governor would be powerful Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel by Henry Averill Raleigh May 27.�?lieutenant governor Wilkins p. Horton will make a Strong contender for the gubernatorial prize now stake of a Runoff primary despite the fact that he trailed Raleigh a j. Melville Broughton in the first primary by a. Wide margin. Thin is True because there will he a coalition behind Horton of elements which Are unalterably who dislike Mcdonald with great heartiness will feel that the. T a a u. Broughton Lead was so Large that opposed not so much to by our would be easier for them to ton personally As to the company Quot talk Turkey with the Raleigh he has kept in this Campaign Par lawyer than to try to beat him a vulgarly and specifically the com jut there is no certainty that or. Pauy of or. Ralph w. Mcdonald Broughton would be interested who threw the state into such an and there has been an outward uproar four years ago with his if n0f completely sincere appear Quot Liberal Campaign for the Rover-1 Anft 0f belief that the Camp of norms chair. It ii a question it could be. Of course that the industrialists Ami business men today Center a South so romantic adventure in technicolor Dorothy Lamour is typhoon with Robert Preston Broadhurst nitrite life bark in 1903 a those Days the Days with William Holden Bonita Granville Alto. Pliant a a sport Neu s of the he alien j. Maxwell will be moved squarely Over bag and baggage into Horton a Yard. Adding up the Horton and Maxwell votes gives a result none to comforting for Broughton even though the Broughton plus gravely plus Cooper plus Grady votes would throw the Scales Back the other Way after All is said however it remains a settled fat t that nobody can accurately foretell where the votes of any Defeated candidate will go it is usually a comparatively easy to figure out the leaders. Once the stakes become apparent but How Many of their followers they can take along in a Campaign As colourless and Issue less As this one is strictly a matter of guess. As the cards now he it is a Good bet that Maxwell s principal lieutenants if not the commissioner of Revenue himself will mostly line up for Horton a always provided that they can be made to believe that the lieutenant governor has a Chance to beat Broughton. Thu by b and therein lies the rub. No top graduates a miss candidate for governor who led Marguerite Mccaskill of Blain the first primary has Ever Nev it a q f top took the High tailed to win in the second. No Scholastic rank in the lieutenant governor a Ever been Scholastic rank in me successful in stepping straight up class of 84 graduates who rein to the number i spot without Cei Ved degrees at High Point in interim. No non native born j College this morning to at tar Heel Horton was Horn in Kansas City has Ever been elected governor. Of these of course Only Point number one is of any real importance. The other two precedents could he shattered just in the Normal course of events Broughton s principal Handicap will he in hts alleged alignment with the Mcdonald forces. At the same time it is Likely to be one of this principal Saeta for instance with Lee gravely out of the running. It s logical to suppose that Itimous Valentine will have a i Good Chance to swing the thousands of Nash and Edgecombe county voters Over to Broughton. I at the same time the Mcdon a Ald support for Broughton Wilt i Tain the rank of valedictorian. She was also awarded the Pickett Montgomery medal As Best All round senior woman. Miss Mabel Koontz below daughter of or. And i s. Garland m. Koontz of this City was salutatorian with the second Scholastic rating. A a a a a a a. Three defendants from High Point convicted i Joseph d. Bacon is claimed by death at daughter s Home Well known resident Dies after period of declining health funeral tuesday Joseph Daniel Bacon so resident of High Point since 1919, died this morning at i o clock at the Home of his daughter mrs. A. E. Taplin 1208 Woodland drive. He had been in declining health and had been confined from time to time for the past seven or eight months. He failed to rally from a coma into which he Sank Early sunday morning. Or. Bacon was born near Atlanta ga., april 25, i860. As a boy he moved with his parents to Illinois and also spent some time in Missouri. In his teens he came to North Carolina and for a time lived in Orange county. Later he went into the textile business and for Many years was associated with the late j. W. Cannon in the Cotton textile business having been superintendent of various of those Mills in this state. He retired from that work about 1918, and for several years after that until he retired because of ill health he was in the Concrete business. Or. Bacon was a member of Wesley memorial methodist Church and of Numa f. Reid Lodge of masons. He and mrs. Bacon had a Host of friends throughout this Section. Fifty eight years ago or. Bacon married miss Dora Ellen Lindley who survive. Also surviving Are four daughters mrs. A. E. Taplin and mrs. H. L. Pope of this City mrs. W. Gaddy of Albemarle and mrs. J s. Adams of Goldsboro and one son j. Worth Bacon of Winston Salem. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday afternoon at i o clock at Wesley memorial methodist Church. In charge of the services will be or. E. H. Blaek Ard pastor of Wesley memorial Church and or. O. Williamson pastor of the first presbyterian Church. Interment will he made in the family plot beside his Mother in the Burlington cemetery. Active pallbearers members of the Peacock Bible class at Wesley memorial Church will be John r. Peacock. Joe a. Johnson or. J. A Austin. S. Clark. I Charlet m. Gueth m. Ernest Welch Homer Hudson and John a w. Welborn. Honorary pall ear Era will be the members of the j Peacock Bible class who Are asked to assemble at the classroom of i the Church at 1 50 p. In. To attend i the services in a body. Perfection of Council of social agencies to re completed tonight formal organization of he High Point Council of social agencies will be completed at a meeting of representatives to be held tonight at 7 30 o clock at the Elwood hotel. All Fie sons interested Are asked to in present at this important see a Ion. Rialto Bud men Duck for cover the new Cisco kid i Here the Circo kid a the lady Cesar Ramiro Marjorie Weaver aus Anest i n. Special to the enter Price Greensboro May 27�?-three. Defendants bound Over from High Iii la. Horton Mon i room Ron. In a hinted la. Is Superior boys decide its too big a risk to run. The census seem to he that Horton will run that he will be a really serious contender and that he will be even stronger in a Runoff than Maxwell would have been in a similar role. A Palace theatres g # Salem Street Quot Jay Obi Thomasville. H coming tomorrow we am in a to a my Mumm in in my m is ii it a miracles on main Street w alter Arle last times today a Zanzibar l Lam and James Craige a a1\ill its 15c 2 for 25c autism Iida is children. Ioc except thurs. Is court and Given sentences. Mary Swift and Mattie Morris White women charged with immoral vagrancy were sentenced to is months each Lonnie Swift charged with aiding and abetting in prostitution was freed on that count by a directed verdict hut was convicted on a charge of occupying a room for immoral purposes and was sentenced to two years the Morris woman facing a similar charge got six months. To run concurrent with the other sentence. The grand jury brought in a True Bill in the Case of Eddie Montgomery of High Point charged with burglary. Broadway comes to High Point Filiti Wake up your liver bile without Calomel and you la Junta gut of Bod in Tho morning Ron a logo the liver should pour out two Pinto of liquid Bilo into your bowels doily. If this bile is not flow ins freely your food Mer not digest. It May just Deray in the bowels. Gas boats up your Stmark. You get Konsti cled. You feel tour. Suck and Tho world it is Punk. It take those Good old Carters Little liver pills to get these two pint of bile flowing freely to nuke you feel a up end amazing in making bile flow freely. Ask for Carter s Little liver tills by Nam. To and 26#. Stubbornly refuse anything clo he a coming the amazing More about germans break confined from put of on a a German troops attacked Northeast of Lens and later met with bloody losses for the enemy counter attacks by French colonial troops a heavy tank fighting was indicated. At Boulogne the High command said counter gunfire from a German tank which was the target of Allied warships set one destroyer afire on the Southern front it reported five of 11 Allied tanks were incapacitated and the others so seriously damaged that their attack foundered. In the air the communique said. A filers achieved these results yesterday at a loss of Only is German planes against 72 Allied Craft destroyed 1. Sank a merchant ship of 8,-000 tons and caused explosions with bomb hits on one Large warship. Two cruisers and in 18.000-ton transport. 2. Raided airports and the Vicinity of Paris traffic facilities South of reims and Allied troop movements. 3. Dropped More parachutists to reinforce the beleaguered Nail Garrison at Narvik. Norway s Arctic Iron Ore port. More about French High continued from i age one ground in the Menin Region in fighting Quot on extreme the germans were reported to be using Quot every possible weapons in an attempt to break Allied resistance but their losses in infantry tanks and air planes were described As a War ministry spokesman said the Allied withdrawal in the Valenciennes sector was because the positions there were Quot too far out in beat off attack before retiring he said the Allied troops beat off two German attacks. At present a military commentator emphasized Allied troops Are now engaged in Quot a great defensive Battle a the results of which Are still undetermined but he declared the germans Complete disregard for losses in men and material had weakened their hand. Heavy fighting was reported along the Channel in Northern France a the germans attempted to push on up the coast after the capture of Boulogne. The old Boulogne Citadel where a Small French Garrison continued to resist Long after the City fell finally was captured by the germans. British troops who assisted in defending the Channel port were said to he withdrawing northward along the coast toward Calais which the French asserted they still held despite a German announcement to the contrary. In an Effort to strengthen their forces along the Channel tired after 17 Days of continuous fighting. The germans were reported to be Rushing fresh troops from the Swiss Border and the West Wail through the narrow in the Allied lines North of the Somme. The French declared that the corridor was being raked by Allied artillery and honed without rest and that the germans were paying a terrific Price to keep the breach open. The Allied lines in the North were said to extend from a Point North of defend southward to Courtrair and thence along the West Bank of the Scheldt River toward Cambrel. From Cambrel the line turns Northwest through Arras and St. Omer to strike the coast Between Boulogne and Calais. General Maxim Weygand the to hold Christian life Institute at High Point College will open May 30 and continue through june 2 a Christian life Institute for All methodist Young people Ages 15-23, in the High Point Greensboro Winston Salem and Elkin districts will be held at High Point College May 30-june 2. The Institute which is being sponsored by the Board of Christian education of the Western North Carolina conference and under the direction of Rev. M. Teague Hipps director of youth work has made provision for a limited number of pastors adult Counselor and teachers who May wish to attend and participate in the program. Courses to be taught during the Institute include a toward understanding the Bible a by Rev. Norman Huffman Quot worship through by Rev. James b. Mclarty a the Way and How of Christian missions a by Rev. Fred h. Shinn and Quot youth in the new Church a by or. F. L. Gibbs executive Secretary of the Board of Christian education of the former methodist protestant Church. Registration and room assignment will begin thursday afternoon May 30 at 2 of clock. Interest and recreation groups will he under the direction of miss Anna test Rev. R. V. Martin. And c. Virgil Yow. Prominent persons in charge of the meeting include Dean p. E. Lindley. Rev. J. Stokes. Mrs. John w. Austin jr., and mrs. Mabel t. Millikan saturday night a banquet in the form of an athletic dinner will he held with Darrell Lee Sechrest serving As chairman More about allies fight continued from Page one the Churchill government moved toward better relations with Russia by dispatching sir Stafford Cripps Laberite member of parliament to Moscow on an economic the Battle for the Channel ports brought so close that flashes of gunfire on the continent could he seen from England s Southeast coast. Great Britain entrusted her Home defences to general sir Edmund Ironside and placed lieutenant general sir John Greer Dill in the Empire s highest military Post As chief of the Imperial general staff. Urgent it Ion these vital changes in the army High command made a Germany a mechanized columns sex weather in Al weather noon today. 74 Ijo a lost night. Att High yesterday. 78 North Carolina and Bouth Carolina partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday not much change in temperature. Winds Hatteras t o Jack son Ville. Light to moderate variable winds becoming southerly partly overcast weather tonight and tuesday. 8andy Hook to Hatteras gentle wind a. Mostly Easterly Over North and gentle to moderate variable winds Over South portion partly Cloudy Over South mostly overcast with some fog and Light rain Over North portion tonight and tuesday. Cloudy Charlotte. N. C., May 27.�? apr official weather Bureau record of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 30 a. In. In the principal Cotton growing area and elsewhere station Max. Atlanta. Augusta Birmingham Columbia Detroit Evansville Galveston Greensboro Hatteras key West Little Rock. Los Angeles. Memphis. Meridian. Miami. Minn St. Paul Mobile. It. Mitchell new Orleans new York. Raleigh. San Antonio san Francisco Spartanburg Tampa. Washington. Allied commander in chief was tended their gains in their Strug reported to have flown Over the Northern armies yesterday to study their position Aud later landed to Confer with their leaders. Military source said these Gle for a springboard for a direct assault on England reflected urgent action for strengthening Britain s resistance to the threatened invasion. While the Empire joined King troops were being kept Well sup George i and Queen Elizabeth plied through Zeebrugge and in their National Day of prayer. Channel ports further South. South of the Somme and along the front extending Westward to and the Luxembourg Border the French were said to be holding everywhere. Between the Alane and the and armament plants worked at full Speed throughout the weekend. Scotland Yard rounded up British fascists. Their Leader sir Oswald Mosley. Is confined in Brixton jail. Police also swooped Down on Broughton 77 50 .02 79 56 .31 is 61 .52 71 52 .00 84 68 .00 84 56 .05 58 49 .10 87 61 .26 71 48 .07 66 51 .01 64 56 .00 83 71 .00 81 57 21 77 64 .00 86 67 of 87 .74 1.50 75 55 .00 70 57 .00 74 53 .00 75 57 .01 86 71 of 62 so .06 7 61 .00 61 36 .03 85 66 of 60 52 .01 84 60 .00 92 66 .00 62 is .00 is 55 .39 85 in .00 66 59 .00 83 64 .00 it Gold and Pickens Given Large votes Harrison will not ask run off but Moseley might incumbent Thomas j. Gold this City secured a total of 12, votes in Guilford county Agal 3,885 for Fred j. Flagler his potent to capture the Demour nomination for the state sen handily. In High Point township go votes outnumbered Flagler a every precinct except no. 8 no. I. Approximately 4.500 it were cast in High Point to ship. Rupert t. Pickens of this led the Field of candidates for democratic nomination to state House of re Presentati with a total of 8,274 votes was thereby nominated. He on a platform of opposition what he termed the Stansburyy combination. In second place in this race Shelley b. Caveness of glee Boro who secured 7.368 to with Beverly c. Moore also Greensboro trailing just Boh with 7.324. Robert Moseley of Green Obj ran fourth with 7,161 votes nosing out Keith Harrison High Point who had 7.115 to next in order in the race w Joseph t. Carruthers of Ore Boro 6.810 Fred d. Smith High Point 1.640, and w. Sears of Gibsonville 8 57. The legislative race was by the most exciting for the Ina Joi of observers with the Lead awing first one Way and then not As returns from various Preci came in. Harrison was among first three in the race until turns finally came in from the Greensboro precinct no. 4. Harrison issued a statement Day saying that he would not for a run off. Moseley told Enterprise today he had not fully determined whether w Ould Call for a run off but he had been urged by friends to do so and would up his mind shortly. He Admi he was a seriously thinking a1 calling for a run off. Obser believed he would Harrison secured More v than any of the other candid for the House nomination in Point township. The 18 Point precincts gave him votes. Pickens was second 2.386 and Caveness to with 2,189. Carruthers with i came fourth. Moore received 628 votes Here. In High Point township ens and Harrison were in the three positions in every prec ave Ness aaa among the to High in All except precincts i 12. 14 and 17. In the Enterprise Sunda eau stated that Pickens car o have comfortable Lead., but a of High Pont per inc indicated a the Harrison. However a or. Meuse Rivers the deadly accuracy the Quot soap boxy orators in Hyde of the famous French Quot seventy pm Erk yesterday and arrested Ted fives were reported to have taken a tremendous toll As German infantry attempted unsuccessfully to Pierce the Allied lines. Stunned German soldiers wandering into the French positions were sad to have confirmed reports that Complete companies of nazi foot troops were wiped out. The French said bodies of germans were Quot piled High Between the lines. Or. Cyclops victims maddened is Tho 1 horrify a results of their site reduction attack she Gigantic doctor with s Rifle Avo Limos their site a s tak to Friday a .�33333 suit ror 350,000 filed in death of mrs. Avera against Harry Pierce special to Tho Enterprise Greensboro. May 27.�?suit for $50,000 had been filed in Guilford Superior court today by r. F. Smith administrator of the estate of mrs. Katherine Avera against Harry Pierce of High Point. In the complaint it is alleged that on december 22. Last mrs. Avera was a passenger in a car driven by Pierce which overturned at Guilford College fatally injuring mrs. Avera. He contends the death was due to the negligence recklessness and Speed of Pierce. He further contends that Pierce was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the Accident. A suit asking a verdict of $1.-865 was also filed Here by the George s. May company of Chicago iu., against the Thomas Mills inc., of High Point. The plaintiffs contend that they conducted a Survey for the Mills under contract and that they Are due the amount asked. Vienna is to he rebuilt. The thrills that keep them flying will hold you spell bound More about supreme court i Tel Nikoff from Page one Sherman act to remedy local Law violations a Quot the act Lithe majority opinion continued plainly not intended to reach such s result its language does not require it and the course of our decisions precludes it. Quot the maintenance in our Federal system of a proper distribution Between state and National governments of police authority and of remedies private and Public for Public wrong la of far reaching importance. Quot an intention to disturb the balance is not Likely to be imputed to Congress. Quot the Sherman act is concerned with the character of the prohibited restraints and with their effect on interstate Commerce. Quot it draws no distinction Between the restraints effected by violence and those achieved by peaceful hut often times quite As effective Means. Quot restraints not within the act. When achieved by peaceful Means. Are not brought within its sweep merely because without other differences they Are attended by violence. A in his dissent. Chief Justice Hughes asserted that a this court has never heretofore decided that a direct and intentional obstruction or prevention of the shipment of goods in interstate Commerce was not a violation of the Sherman callouses Virginia Bruce a Dennis Morgan a Wayne Morris i Light Angels <3 Vav till is i in a Bellamy Iane Wyman stage shows�?3 10, i so t la a 40 a m. I ileum Tell extra v of h gang comi by rom Wilhow xxx Al. New clinic tested Quick Relief try or Scholl s new Quick Relief for Ca i louies burning Ama t tone a tenderness on Bottom of your feet. Cushions soothes the sensitive spot. New patented design shape. Separate medications included for quickly removing callouses. Get a Box today i Cost but a trifle. Newm Ifie frit disc hoi is Zin pads Brantley Leader of the London communist party and a number of other Quot Stop the War agitator. The government at the same time announced a new list of 15 Southeast coast towns As a evacuation areas and prepared to move children to safer place. Among them were Dover Only 22 Miles across the Channel from Calais and Folkestone 26 mile from German held Boulogne. The War office gave Only a meager account of the actual fighting for the Channel ports hut a London source denied the German claim to have taken Calais. A communique merely said British troops went of the assistance of their belgian allies when the germans launched a Strong offensive against the left flank of the Allied armies pinioned in Northern France and belgian. It disclosed that British tanks were in action against nazi mechanized forces. A series of communiques from the air ministry were More detailed. The most important of these described a four hour Battle Over the French coast Between Calais and Dunke que yesterday morning in which 20 German plane were reported shot Down and 20 More put out of action against a loss of Only five British planes. Other work end operations the communique said accounted for 60 nazi bomber and fighting planes either brought Down or damaged at sea. Britain acknowledged Lite loss of two naval vessels the 1,100-1 on destroyer Wessex victim of nazi air attack off the French coast and the 270-ton mine sweeping trawler Charles Boyes which struck a German mine. The Wessex lost six men and had 15 wounded. Andrew Jackson Post to have fish Fry tuesday the Andrew Jackson Post american legion will hold its regular meeting tomorrow night at 6 30 at the Blair Park clubhouse according to an announcement made this morning. A fish Fry will he held at 6 30, after which a group picture of members of the Andrew Jackson Post will be taken for use in the convention program As Well As the state legion news. Following this there will he a discussion of convention plans Aud an election will he held for new officers a a Sweden has Cut he service. Continued from Page one compared to Mcdonald a 214.414. Likewise a second primary was indicated in the lieutenant governor s race in w hich r. L. Liar a w Thris of Roxboro and w. Erskine Smith of Albemarle led a Field of four. With 1,715 precincts reported the count stood Harris 135.127 Smith 114.-837 l. A. Martin of Lexington 70,340 and Dan Tompkins of Sylva 41.936, All five incumbent congressmen who had opposition appeared to have comfortable leads but r eighth District where rep. W. O. Burgin lacked several thousand vote of a majority Over c. B Deane. Burgin was seated two years ago after Long litigation. With who won the it it Ltd a Only on nomination. J sex preened appreciation for the eighth District vote with 193 of 20 4 precincts reported Burgin 18.039 Deane 14.918 Giles y. Newton 2.801 d. Phillips 1,301 Robert Steele 3rd, 3,712. Barden in rep. Graham a. Harden in the Mary should be accepted a third District polled 17,538 votes a a for As nominations for with 135 of 157 precincts reported. Zeno b. Spence Goldsboro optometrist and Townsend organizer had 5.677 and Charles l. Abernethy jr., son of the Man think i should ask for a s Barden Defeated six years ago primary and i am declaring 5,879. Firm purpose not to do so. In the eleventh District rep Quot several reasons Impell in Zebulon Weaver with 221 of 256 this decision. In the first p precincts reported led his two of or. Rupert Pickens a High f portents by a wide margin. Beiman a nominated by a vote stood Weaver 29.295 Sam m. Cathey Blind judge of the Asheville police court 17,267, and m. Earl Donna Hoe of Asheville a Tow sen Date 7,551. Rep. Carl t. Durham was renominated in the sixth District. The Chapel Hill druggist was picked by a committee As the nominee two years ago after Lewis e. Teague the High Man in the 1938 primary died. Complete returns from the Dis in pointed out today he cat All High Point precincts exp nos 4. La 14 and is. Hit or leading All candidates in support which he received and throughout the county whole. Or Harrison in his St Stei said Quot i have leached the Concio that the result of saturday House of representatives Guilford coun y hic concern Quot the file vote a Lvi a me a appreciated deeply but i do majority and if i were to a run off. I would be asking Ford county to nominate two Point men for the House. Quot another consideration desire to see Harmony pro among democrats in this and i realize that second Prim tend to promote division an defeat Unity Quot i was very anxious to Hai privilege Aud Honor of rear ing the county in the Assembly i accept the primary verdict strict a a 132 precincts gave Durham genuine gratitude for the us 20,897 votes Oscar g. Barker runner up two years ago 8,37 2, John w. Caffey of Greensboro 9.175, and de Hanford of Burlington 1.346. In the fourth District rep. Harold Cooley Defeated e. F. Griffin of in Duisburg 30,021 vote to 8,798. With 158 of 163 precincts reported. The contests for state offices stood auditor 1,665 precincts a has. W. Miller 113,361 George Ross Pou incumbent 231,061. Secretary of state 1,666 precinct. Thud Eure incumbent 240,729 waiter Pete Murphy of Salisbury 125,525. Commissioner of agriculture. 1.665 precincts Vav. Kerr Scott incumbent 223.619 c. Wayland Spruill of Windsor 132,054. Insurance commissioner 1.653 i did get and i urge now the Democrat get together uni Hack of the nominees Minim As much a possible those to which serve to Divide a majority to any one of the candidates with the result the top four would go into a re primary if the lower two de it. The vote stood e. T. Sam jr., of Alamance 10.096 Brooks jr., of Durham 9,69 g. Scott of Durham 8,772 Jones of Alamance 8,571 a g. Shaw of Durham 4.182. Other returns revealed the feat of a number of seasoned stator. Including Zeb v. Tull Tun of Statesville sponsor in of the state s stringent Tull Ini prohibition act. Victor Over precinct Quot in urn-1 a a a a a it a a a Ltd it a a a it a Ltd a a a a Beni 23�.�7� William h. Oliver u Mcle ii Hhd Young male of Fuquay spurns. 107.071. A ? a a a a a a Abr a a he Keim by he ass j Board of conservation Aud Only two offices governor and Olla a at Luin lieutenant governor were at stake la Chowan j. G. Lumpen in tin Republican primary and the returns were scanty. However on the basis of available returns Robert h. Mcneill of Statesville was leading former congressman George m. Pilchard of Asheville and John r. Hoffman of Burlington for governor and j. Forest Witten of Salisbury Aud Halsey b. Leavitt of Asheville were running a close race for lieutenant governor. The Republican returns governor 516 precincts Hoffman 7 58 Mcneill 3,171 Pritchard 2.085. Lieutenant governor 119 precinct. Leavitt 2,502 Witten 2,549. Legislative returns indicated an unprecedented situation in the toil jeweler Defeated tile v John Fernando White and bus i. S. Page fell before Ujj Bridger. Hep. George pm was beaten in Onslow by 1. A Lum Aud in Franklin a. F son incumbent lost to Cia Kearney. Pitts senator a. B. Corey beaten by j. Con Lanier a Johnston j. B. Benton Del senator e. J. Wellons. In the senatorial District the Nomin went to m. R. Evans or Ahi mud Herbert Leary of event senator j. I. Hughes of p tank lagged behind. Spam flans to Export textiles. Killed in derailment Buenos Aires. May 27.-Seveval passengers were rep 16th eat Oral District that could j killed today by derailment give either Durham or Alamance Southern railway train from counties both members of the state Assembly. Unofficial Morns failed to a a nos Aires to Bahia Blanc mile from it destination sleeping cars left the track

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