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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 5, 1925, High Point, North Carolina I Ich Points population u. S. A eminent census. 1923 22,279 High Point Enterprise High Point the growing Industrial City of North Carolina has a total of 125 manufacturing plants 34�?no. Weather forecast rain tonight and Friday warmer in North and West portions tonight colder Friday full associated Presa High Point n. A thursday afternoon november 5, 1925 12 pages today Asheville negro sentenced by judge stack to die he fails to assert innocence in court jury m Man in attack Case f a no Gro tells jury he Hopes to meet them Iii heaven and nothing More. Asheville. Nov. 5.�? a Alvin Mansel i 7 year old negro youth was found guilty of a charge of criminal attack by a jury in Superior court Here this morning and was sentenced by judge a. M. Stack to be electrocuted at the state prison in Raleigh on january 13, 1926. A i Hope to meet you All in heaven a said the negro when asked by the court if he had anything to say before sentence was pro bounced. A a tile jury have said i am guilty. I have no More to the verdict was read in open court at 9 30 of clock this morning. The Case was Given the jury at 9 20 of clock last night. Upon completing his charge to the jury judge stack said he did not want to receive a verdict before morning As he deemed it More exp Edious not to take tile verdict at night. The local guard troops was reinforced in court today by a detachment from company a 105th engineers of Morgantown. There Are of Over 80 guardsmen on duty. Mansel was accused of criminal attack on a White woman a Flower peddle on Sunset Mountain on sep-4 Jeraber 19. An attempted Alibi was the basis of defense. Motion for new trial was overruled by judge stack and notice of Appeal to supreme court was Given. Preston Neely second negro to be arrested for alleged criminal attack on a White woman went on trial this morning. Hansel was the object of a mob ack on the county jail on the night of september 19 when a crowd forced Entrance to the Gates and building seeking the negro who had been spirited away an hour previously. He was held in jail at state guard troops have formed a body guard during the court pro Charlotte preceding the trial and a Durex Atlanta Man offered to pay $1,000 for body of Anderson for exhibit Muskegon midi., nov. A. Map a an offer of $1,000 for the body of George dutch Anderson the nationally hunted gunman who killed four persons during his life of crime Aud is suspected of the murder of several others was received from George in. Rollins of Atlanta a. Rollins wired the offer to chief of police Hansen and gave Bank references. He said he wanted the body for exhibition purposes. Chief Hansen expressed a desire to sell the Bandit s body and turn the Money Over to Tho widow of detective Charles Hammond who killed Anderson after Anderson had mortally wounded him saturday. A state Law however will prevent a i Cep Tance of the Atlanta offer. Price five cents in. P. Conference hears reports by its pastors reports indicate Large gains in membership during past year multiple truck a a Handy Andy limit is Busy session is held committees named by annual conference go into session this morning Are to report later or. J. M. Sheridan and or. E. A. Sex Snaith among the latest arrivals for the m. P. Conference i effect of Smiths fight Oldfield says victories of the democrats Mark swing of pendulum inspires the party Kun flux klan lost out in the elections Iii which it interested itself dutch Anderson was son of Noble danish family Mother thinks he succeeds Over Here lad Rahm Al age of 20 and is known by aliases one candidate Dies the morning session of the methodist protestant annual con j Ference in session at the first m. J p. Church Here was opened at nine i of clock with a song and devotional j service conducted by Rev. L. W. I Gerringer of Greensboro Atter i which the conference Secretary i Rev. W. Bates read the minutes j of the previous sessions of the con i after a conference which began Ference. The conference Roll was i last night and was resumed today called preceding the devotional Are the City Council this afternoon i vice. I fixed High Points 1925 this truck does about everything except steer itself. It can be used for Snow blowing sweeping and sprinkling the streets and also As a fire extinguisher. Council fixes tax rate for 1925 at $1.60 is increased 20 cents taxes House ways and Means committee agrees with budget director tax rate a Brief business session of the j at $1.60 on the $100 property Valu conference was held during which j action representing an increase of Uto License tax income of state raised Raleigh nov. 5.�? apr Dur no the past four months the motor vehicle Bureau of the state depart nent of Revenue has collected Al nost $1,000 More automobile License and gasoline taxes than were a old rated during the same period of Washington nov. 5.�? apr a tentative limit of $300,000,000 As the total amount of the forthcoming tax reduction was determined upon today by the House ways and Means committee. Director lord of the budget appeared before the House ways and Means committee today to present data through which the committee will try to determine for itself How far it should go in reducing taxes. Secretary Mellon has set a limit of $300,000,000 As the amount of Revenue which he believed the government could share next year As a result of lowered tax rates to be proposed in the new tax Bill under consideration. After determining the total amount of reduction which it will recommend the committee will proceed to consideration of new income tax schedules. The desire of Many committee members to go beyond the $300,000,000 limit of the Treasury led to calling of director lord. Papers Are missing in Case on Appeal Richmond a. Nov. 5.�? apr reports that papers presented to a jul figures made Public by the Juie Virginia supreme court of a i the order of the Day was the submission of pastors official reports. Practically All of the 82 Active pastors rendered reports of the work done during the past year. These reports showed the membership gains of the various churches in the conference and the1 Money raised for All purposes. The conference statistical Secretary. Rev. Ii. F. Surratt of Charlotte will tabulate these reports and Render a report to a later session of the conference. The conference adjourned for the morning at ten fifteen of clock for committee work thus affording the various conference committees to hold meetings and draft the r reports which will be called for at later sessions of the conference. These committee reports have to Deal with recommending changes in the various phases of the conf Yence work and be Quot subsidiary departments of the conference. Appropriations for the various causes of the denomination in this state Are made by one of the committees which usually occasions much discussion on the conference floor. Noted ministers Here two noted ministers and official representatives of the general conference of the denomination in the persons of drs. J. M. Sheridah and e. A. Sexsmith both of Baltimore md., arrived in the City this morning and were introduced to the conference during Hie morning session. Or. Sexsmith is general Secretary of the Board of Young people s work of the general Confer 20 cents Over the rate last year. The tax rate is divided a3 follows general fund. 45 cents special tax for interest on Bonds and to take care of Bond maturity 70 cents tax for schools and school Bonds maturing this year. 4 5 cents. The tax rate on schools was increased five cents the special tax for Bonds Vas increased 20 cents and the general fund tax was reduced five cents on every $100 Worth of property. City councilmen did not vote for the increase in the tax rate until they exhausted every Effort to keep the rate the same As last year. It was Pointe out however that owing to the Bond Issue for schools the Bonds for improved works and other municipal improvements. It was necessary to in crease the tax to take care of the expenses. The councilmen have been considering the question for sometime. Last night they held a special meeting and for nearly four hours discussed taxes at considerable length. They were called into special session at to of clock this morning and it was this afternoon before an agreement had been reached. While in session today the Council voted to increase the minimum water rate from 50 cents to 75 cents per month while the rate on water consumed by the City a customers was increased to percent. This increase is necessary it was explained owing to the expense incurred in providing More adequate water facilities Here but the rate was declared to be considerably smaller than other leading cities in water i North Carolina. Philadelphia fleeced District. At Torney who died while the polls still were open Oak today show. During july August september and october 1924, the taxes col acted from these to o sources to aled $5,936,564.59, As compared till $6,879,391.40 during the same months in 1925, an increase of 942,826.91. The increase in the License tax elections was More than a half Ion dollars while the gasoline x collection increase for the four month period was almost $400,000. He increase in gasoline collection explained partly at least it was ated at least at the Bureau by the it that the last legislature in eased the tax of gasoline from ree to four cents per gallon. October a collections from the q sources showed an increase of 253,817.49 Over september and 36,192 Over october. 1924. No License issued Columbia s. C., nov. 5.�? p a record of the so Outh court failed to show at a License to practice Law has or been issued to Alfred c. Smith to is alleged to have presented to e Virginia court what purported he a certificate from the South Rylina court in support of his a cation for licenses in the old do Nion. It was stated today at the office the court that its records had in Laid before authorities of the Vrginia Law association several nth ago when Smith s record s being investigated. Continued on Page 4 eleven pets in Chile plebiscite Persling a plan for the vote is found acceptable to the government t committee Kule Hass advising a club for Yoong women room for a a gang to meet on Friday athletics advisory committee of tile association is organized course of 18 lessons to begin with class tomorrow night peals in support of the petition of state senator Alfred c. Smith of Norfolk to be admitted to practice Law in this state Are missing from the office of the clerk of the court were confirmed today at the clerks office. The missing papers include what purported to be a certificate from the supreme court of South Carolina showing that senator Smith was duly licensed to practice Law in that state. It was on the basis of this certificate that the Virginia supreme court of appeals granted senator Smith permission to practice Law in the old Dominion. Feverish trading in Stock Market today new York. Nov. 5.�? apr trading activity in Stock Market was at a feverish Pace today but Price movements were highly confusing. Following an initial Rise which carried Mary Industrial leaders to new High records an Avalanche of realizing sales swept Over the Market cancelling Many of the earlier gains. Bear traders at the. Vhf uu4 Llev Ocul x i u 111 same time launched another Selling similar territory beyond the Boun attack but succeeded merely in in i Dary. The second and third provide settling Tho Mart without causing j for a reduction of police Carabin Arica Chile nov. 5.�? apr announcement was made today that the motion of Gen. John j. Pershing before the Plebs scutary commission which contained demands of a sweeping nature for the establishment of the commissions right to interfere in All aspects of the plebiscite Over the disposition of Tacna and Arica was approved by the commission november 2. The motion contained la Points which the americans considered essential pre requisites at the present time for further Progress toward a free and fair plebiscite. The first Point Calls for the removal from Tacna and Arica of the military Garrison except for a number of troops equal to those of Peru in the athletics advisory committee of the y. M. A. Was organized yesterday in a meeting held at the association building. Present for the meeting were physical director Bailey of the a. General Secretary Edgar Hartley and the outside members of the committee. Or. F. R. Taylor. Or. W. L. Jackson and a. M. Waynick. Or. Waynick was elected chairman on motion of or. Taylor. The first action of tile committee after Organ Zati the Bible class organized recently for the employed women and girls will meet i tithe first presbyterian hut Here on Friday night at 7 30 of clock. Miss Clara Cox is the teacher of this class which is open to All employed women including those who Are working in the Mills Here. The course will cover i lesson Aud it is hoped that a Large number of women will take advantage of thi i ppm a Unity to learn More Ahot Uthe Engineer killed Gainesville. Fla., nov. 5.�? p a c. A. Cameron Engineer of Ala was instantly killed and will uis negro fireman was injured Bably serious today when two tues of Atlantic coast line Tel header extra freight lived and left the track Miles South of Here Cit a sink. Settling the Marke any serious drops in prices. Many Copper smelting chemical tobacco shares were pushed to new High prices hut Hudson motors crumbled 9 Points and Chrysler 8 Points below previous closing Levels. U. S. Steel which Early in the Day established a new Peak at 134%/ later reacted to 133%. Mrs. Marian Shirley Laid to rest thursday est a i Ted injury. Pensacola fla., nov. 5.�? p a Ensign Gurry Sanders Des a fall of 1.000 feet from his Lane. Escaped injury Here yes a morning when he fell into Harbor of the naval air station plane was a Complete loss. Funeral services were conducted train at Randleman yesterday for mrs. About Marian Shirley. A Large number near of friends and relatives were pres a ent. Rev. W. B. Davis pastor of main Street methodist Church this City officiated. R 1 pallbearers were j. H. Brown. Sam Hollond c. D. Hardin Jim Rye and John Council. The Flowers Eros secret service men and other officers to the number held in the territory july 20. 1922. The Date of the signing of act of submission. The fourth Points ask for the removal of any army police or Carabiner officials now holding civil posts and the fifth for the removal at the demand of the commission of any civil authority in the provinces. The sixth Point obligated substitute delegates inspectors and other persons relieved of their posts to leave Tacna Arica unless they Are natives. The seventh provided for Freedom of entry of All voters and All persons legitimately connected with the plebiscite. The eighth demands and a desolate Freedom from travel in the territory and the ninth for Freedom for All parties to Parade and otherwise legitimately carry out propaganda for the election under full Protection. The tenth Point Calls for the removal of All forms Muai in i forms of censorship were carried by miss Pearl Dickens j an j the eleventh provides for the and mrs. Paul Cordy. Interment j return of any deported persons occurred in St. Paul Church come j front South Chile at the expense of Tery. The chilean government. Suggestion that some of the material used in the construction of the Tabernacle be used when that building is razed to construct club quarters for the a a gang of Young men organized for evangelistic work in the Community. The plan is to get permission for the temporary erection of the club building on the unused part of the y. M. A. Lot. The building would be equipped with games and Reading material for the employment of the Idle hours of the Young men. The new y committee will help in necessary physical examinations for gymnasium devotees. Both physicians on it volunteering their services and it will Aid generally in formulation of the physical culture program of the association. Pitched Battle Paris nov. 5.�? apr a pitched Battle is raging around Damascus. Says a Telegram from la presses special correspondent tonight and the French column under general Gamelin is in difficulty. The druse effective engaged in the Bible. Mrs. W. W. Dickerson is president of the class. Other officer Are miss Blanche Albertson vice president mrs. N. W. Blaes recording Secretary miss Ila Cross Secretary and miss Nannie a Burton treasurer. All the women and girls Are requested to carry a Bible Pencil and notebook with them to the meeting Friday night. Interest shown in announcement of a concert on tuesday much interest is being manifested in the announcement that the Winston Salem High school band and orchestra will give. Concert in the Tabernacle Here Ltd next tuesday evening. The organization will be under the direction of c. I. Kutchinski. Supervisor of instrumental music in the twin City schools. It will be of interest to local musicians to learn that William breach director of school and Community music will appear on the program. Or. Breach is a National and his new Vork. Nov. 5.�? apr democratic predictions of Success in the next National campaigns and speculation about the political future of governor Al Smith of new York figured largely today in the aftermath of tuesdays various elections. At Washington chairman Oldfield of the democratic National committee said victories of democrats made it Clear that the Pendalin had begun to swing away from the republicans. A the election of a democratic Congress in 1926.�?� he said a appears to be certain followed by the elec tion of a democratic president in j 1928.�?� the statement referred to a a inspired and misleading propaganda exalting and glorifying the Coolidge administration almost beyond human Republican and democratic organs alike in new York City predicted that governor Smith would be faced with an almost irresistible pressure to run for a fourth time. In View of the fact that his candidate for mayor of new York was elected easily a and his Campaign for amending the state Constitution was successful. He has avowed his intention to return to private life when his term expires in january 1927. His friends figure a fourth teem Waht Ofori Cutlir Iff Quot in excellent position for candidacy for the democratic presidential nomination in 1928. They Point out that another possibility is a Campaign next year for the Senate against James w. Wadsworth. Jr., Republican. Republican aftermath of the new Jersey election won by a. Harry Moore wet Democrat blames the anti Saloon league. Senator Edge whose candidate was beaten in the j primaries by Arthur Whitney dry remarks that it must be conclusive that no nominee can win if the anti Saloon league is credited rightly or wrongly with direct influence Over him. Opponents of the Kun flux klan Are finding considerable satisfaction Over mayoralty elections in various slates and in the re election of the state treasurer of Virginia. Philadelphia is still puzzling Over the situation caused by the election As District attorney of John m. Patterson who died while the Polis were open. Contests of elections of mayors Are in sight in Louisville and Kansas City. Sensation in Rome on report of frustration of anti Mussolini plot Bonie not. apr announcement of the frustration of an attempt against the life of Premier Mussolini which was to have been made yesterday while Home was celebrating the seventh anniversary of the armistice with Austria created a political sensation throughout the country today. In Home tile former socialist Deputy Ani Hon was arrested just at the moment police said when he was leaving his hotel to Ninke tile attempt. At Turin the retired general Louis capelin a prominent Mason was arrested on a train leaving the country Ani hold s Secretary also is held. As a result of the affair the government has ordered the prefects throughout Italy to occupy All the masonic Lodge subordinate to the grand Orient itt Home National Headquarters for the order. Rochester journal tells what is described As True Story of Bandit i furniture sales is Here Harlleen and Ralph Griffin Are the incorporator of company Rochester. N. Y., nov. 5. In apr the veil of mystery that shrouded the real identity of a a dutch Anderson Slayer Bank robber and desperado those career was ended by a j Butle from his own gun in Muskegon mich., last saturday was pierced today. In a copyrighted Story Tho Rochester journal and the Post express prints the life history of the Bandit As Given by William j. Baker an attorney of this City and to whom the police of i the Michigan City have turned i for advice now that the curtain j Haa fallen on one of the amazing j Crim dramas of America the records at Atlanta Federal prison gave the name of or. Baker As the person to be called in Case of death. While the Bullet riddled body of George a a dutch Anderson lies in the morgue at Muskegon it will be temporarily interred in that City at the direction of or. Bakery a widowed Mother Waits patiently in Denmark for another letter from the boy 3he thinks is prospering in business in this country. That will never come. And letter Raleigh nov. 5.�? apr the following certificates of i Corpora tic were issued from the office of a n. Everett Secretary of state today Blue Ridge with authorized capital Stock of $100,000 and $300 subscribed by a. A. Hegeman and d. E. Walker of Black Mountain and g. A. Thomasson of the game North state Coal corporation of a Burlington with authorized capital of $20,000 and $400 subscribed Byone never a Jujj Fonow Junius h. Harden and k l. Hen .0 Maer what others May say Derson of Burlington and h. of Andersons real name being Davidson and c. A. Met res pm Brown or Heins or and of Many Greensboro. 1 to it the Rochester attorney Falls Tim lot. Of breaking the sad news. Madams a a Totten i Ltd read to a live of a Noble danish family Neve knew that her son. Iran Dahl you. Teller and a a dutch Anderson internationally known Bandit Safe Blower and desperado were one or. Baker said a she does not know and i Hope she never will know Baptist revival t last night s service Well attended and considered of great Benefit Ford Saunders and Norville. Inc., Rockingham with authorized capital of $25,000 and $7,500 subscribed by b. A. Ford r. L. Saunders and g. N. Norvill All of Rockingham. Taylor Long company Charlotte with authorized capital of $100,-0 a Quot and s3 of subscribed by Vav. B. Taylor. Sr., and Ralph Long or Winston Salem and a. B. Taylor of Charlotte. Furniture sales. Inc. High Point with authorized capital of $50,000 and $10,000 subscribed by d. E. Harllee Ralph Griffin Aud f. E. Harllee All of High Point. Greensboro nehi bottling company inc., Greensboro with authorized capital of $100,000 and $3,000 subscribed by a. D. Cone and c. Martin of Greensboro and j. R. Robbins of Jamestown. Amendment to the charter of Pegram inc., Charlotte changing name to Charles e. Lambeth drug a company. Fighting exceeded any Force they authority on school music Anu is have hitherto put into the Field to great work in Winston Salem has adds. Brought Forth much merited Praise. Cremated woman believed nowt have been missing White girl Atchez miss., nov. 5.�? athe body found october 12 Iii a a renewed investigations of the Remote Region of tin Len As swamp ,. ,. I t a i negro swamp Dweller was re in Stenous slaying and cremation of Ltd a u h of pm. Togs huh a woman Iii tenses swamps i rank a a a evidently been tired with Gunso Lin Parish Louisiana was under line. Way Here today by police Cooper it was identified a that of Cora rating with tin sheriff of Frankin or Knight negress living in Frank Parish after a series of unexpected i in Parish whose husband was developments yesterday indicated missing when officers went to his that the victim was not a negress Cabin to arrest him. Another great meeting at the first Baptist Church was held last night. A Large crowd heard the minister. Or. Lloyd t. Wilson preach on a Daniel in the lion s Twenty two enlisted their membership in the Church. Since Rev. George Stephens held a revival Here 95 have joined the Church says or. Wilson. And since his pastorate Here for eleven and a half months 213 have been enrolled. It is expected that Many More will take a definite stand with the Church before this a following up revival is finished. Or. Wilson spoke definitely and with Assurance on god s saving Power. The topics discussed were gods ability to save and keep his ability to save the lost his ability to Succour the tempted his ability to Supply the needy and his ability to sustain the Saint in trouble. His message reached the hearts and appealed to the minds of his hearers. Powell Lee. Music director of the Stephens party and the Stephens revival is directing the music at the revival of the first Baptist Church. Tonight or. Wilson will speak on a a Daniel As a Young the Public is urged to be present. Pershing a motion approved by Chile Santiago Chile. Nov. 5 a apis a official communication issued at the foreign ministers office says that Chile has accepted the motion made by Gen. John j. Pershing regarding guarantees for the holding of the plebiscite on president Coolidge a Tacna Arica award. I Brown or Heins _ m other aliases he used and fixing his Birthplace As St. Louis or any american City the facts remain and i can vouch for its authenticity that he was born in Denmark and christened Ivan Dahl Yon Teller a at the age 20 he ran away from Home and came to America. A with the a lid off it was not Long before he fell in with criminals of j various kinds and soon his Genius for crime began to assert itself. From Petty crimes he soon became a member of larger a mobs and it was not Many years before he found himself a Leader in the Circle of those who lived by pitting their intelligence against that of the police for big stakes. A in his Bernillon pictures there is an unmistakable sneer in the downward left Corner of his Mouth. Although even among the police be was always characterized As a the gentleman Crooks he himself frankly admitted a vicious hatred against organized society. A this he attributed to an experience in South Carlina Wrhen he was convicted of a crime because As he would have phrased it a there was no one else to hang it on and sent to one of the turpentine Camps operated by convict although or. Baker said he had received no direct communication from Anderson since his escape fro Atlanta nearly two years ago. He expressed no Surprise at the Way the object of the guarantees is Tojin w hich he came to his end. Insure a fair plebiscite. They in a a Anderson always said he would elude the removal of several offi j never be captured alive again a Tho vials suppression of censorship the j attorney said a but the thing i reduction of the number of troops a a a. As As previously believed but was Florence Cuurley 17, of Oakdale la., missing from this City since october to. Yesterday the Mcknight woman was brought to Winnsboro la., seat of the Parish to lie Gin a jail sentence for Selling liquor. New c Rew is rescued York nov. Apr in the provinces of Tacna and Arica and the removal of restrictions for entering and travelling within the plebiscite zone. Royal Arch masons meet Friday night High Point chapter no. 70. Royal Arch masons will hold a meeting in the masonic Temple Here Friday night at 7 30 o clock. During this meeting there will be work in the Mark master degree. All members of the chapter Are requested to attend. Call for help new York. Nov. 5.-_ a it a the Independent wireless Tele-1 graph company reported today the receipt of a s. O. S. Call from an unidentified a but the a a _ and to understand is this Story that he had a woman companion with him when he was captured. Anderson never worked with women to my knowledge and in be known him for a Long from the time of his release from Auburn until his escape from Atlanta or. Baker declared Anderson looked upon Rochester As a kind of Sanctuary and re Frame continued on Page 4 Texas courts get Highway argument _ n Austin. Tex. Nov. 5.�? apr suit asking cancellation of All stat Highway contracts in Texas held by the american Road company a filed Here today by attorney Gett the Crew of it men of the freight-1 North Longitude a reported at it dude p0fs id Quot Moody the and demands cancellation of .4-44 West. A fall the company a charter. This action or Algiers which burned sunday sails gone a the message said. J is considered the culmination of a night off the Virginia coast was j the distress signal was transmit Highway investigation conducted rescued by the British Steamer Ted from the yacht oceanus which by the attorney general which Garft As in the Vicinity. J Rise to demands for a special Legia the yacht is the property of Johnie Active session to a investigate do Kiser of new York apartments at the British assay the maritime Exchange was informed by wireless from the British ship. W

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