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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 23, 1925, High Point, North Carolina \ High Point population 9. S. Go. Eminent census. 1923 22,279 High Point Enterprise High Point the growing Industrial City of North Carolina has a total of 125 manufacturing plants weather forecast increasing cloudiness probably followed by showers saturday rising temperature t ii. Vol. 34�?no. 18 till associated press. High Point. N. Cd Friday afternoon october v. 1925 pages today Price five cents Dukes will leaves big sum for Hospital at Durham for service at Duke University Fomin made by will with ten Lions to use other bequests Are revealed when will of Rich Man is probated today new York Ort. 23.�? apr a bequest of $10,000,-000 to be administered by the Duke endowment was made in the will of the late Jamens a. Duke tobacco magnate m his will filed for probate today at Somerville n. J. The will directed that $4,-000,000 of the $10,000,000 bequest should go for the construction and equipment of a medical school Hospital and nurses Home at Duke University at Durham n. C. The will does not reveal the total value of the Duke estate which has been variously estimated at sums As High As $1 50,000,000. The will gave mrs. Nanaline h. Duke for life the Duke fifth Avenue property a rough Point at Newport r. I., and a Lynne Wood at Myers Park n. C. The same property goes to or. Dukes daughter Doris at the death of her Mother. The Duke farms company a new Jersey corporation was ordered dissolved and the funds realized to be distributed to share holders. The executors of the Duke estate were Given the proceeds of shares in the Duke farms company owned by or. Duke. Included in bequests to the daughter Doris were All funds and properties denominated on december la 1924 As the Duke endowment for the Benefit of any charitable purpose and All shares of the Duke Power company of new Jersey owned by the deceased. Executors named in the will were mrs. Nanaline h. Duke the widow George g. Allen of Hartsdale n. And William r. Perkins of Montclair. The sum $2,000,000 was set aside to be divided into As Many equal portions As there were children and grand children of Brothers and Sisters of or. Dukes father and Mother living at the time of his death. The will specified that Only blood relatives and relation might participate in the payment and distribution of the $2,000,900. Other bequests included $40,-000 to Alexander h. Sands jr., $25,000 to William l. Baldwin $15,000 to Frank e. Vantine pro-ty"6 states video that they were in the employ of or. Duke at the time of his death. Sums equal to two years salary for such employees As had served from three to five years and five years salary for those of five years or More service were Given the following Arthur Stratford Frederick e. Crocker William Warren George Roberts Otto Schwartz Simon Wil-4 Ham Henry Turner James Jones r Ella Sutton Arthur Miles Irving Chaffer James Dymock David Smith and All the officers employed of the Duke farms company and household servants at All the residences. Unusual operation Are performed Here by or. J. W. Austin or. J. W. Austin local Eye ear nose and Throat specialist today perform. Led his second remarkable operation when to removed a thumb tack from the top of the stomach of the child of Roy c. Prston 010 East Green Street the child swallowed the tack and in a critical condition was removed to the Guilford general Hospital. Or. Austin with the use of a flexible tube removed the tack and the child is now recovering. On wednesday the other remarkable operation was performed. The Small child of c. J. Foster 105 Campbell Street swallowed an earring. The child was removed to the Hospital and a successful operation was performed or. Austin removing the ring and this child also is recovering. May make speech As sub for letter address from the primate might take the place of the Church letter mystery plane of British in Baltimore races crashed on trial trip of this morning a mrs. President this Bayshore Park. Baltimore oct. 2i. Map a great Britain so a mystery plane t the super Marine Napier s-4 i crashed this morning during a is up today navigability trials and is a total ��?t�?1 a. Wreck. Captain Henry c. Biard Point raised on suggestion of the Bishop of California yesterday decision is imminent formal Teit for the Federal Eno estate taxes executives of various states ask that Uncle Sam change the Law Bishops most decide today because the time has arrived for naming the letter committee Mclean was heard governor of North Carolina says he realizes the problem is uniformity some Are not agreed Many states think no loophole should be allowed to the Rich Man such As Florida provides Washington oct. 23.�? apr abandonment by the Federal government to the states of Revenue from inheritance taxes was asked by half a dozen state governors today before the House ways and Means committee. Imposition of the Levy was described As an invasion of state rights and a diversion into the Federal Treasury of Money needed mrs. Lillian n. Duke is living and is not in need her friends say new York oct. 23.�? apr mrs. Lillian n. Duke divorced wife of the late James b. Duke tobacco magnate is ill at her Home. Here it was Learned today. Published reports that mrs. Duke had died last night and tha she was penniless were denied. A Man who had just come out of mrs. Dukes apartment told reporters that two persons were in attendance and that she was not in need of funds. General approval was Given however to suggestions that the Federal government continue the tax if full credit is Given to states which impose similar levies As a Means of securing some uniformity. Declarations by committee members that the wealthy could escape the tax by moving to Florida which has no state inheritance tax led to proposals for retention of the Federal tax As a Check. Secretary Mellon has asked repeal of the Federal tax. The governors who appeared at this mornings session were Walker of Georgia Whitfield of Mississippi Trinkle of Virginia Mclean of North Carolina Mcleod of South Carolina and Peay of Tennessee. Opening the arguments for the state representatives governor Walker presented to the committee the Resolution approved formally by 32 state governors asking re peal of the estate tax. He said other governors also had endorsed it but named executives of Iowa Wisconsin California and Oregon As being opposed to repeal of the tax. A we believe this tax could not and would not have been passed a he said a except for the emergency created by the War. We believe continued on Page to b. F. Huntley of Winston Salem Dies today in Baltimore Hospital b. F. Huntley prominent furniture manufacturer of Winston Salem died in a Hospital at Baltimore this morning at la of clock according to advices received Here. He was 62 years of age and the father of mrs. W. L. Jackson of High Point. Or. Hunley had been in ill health for about two weeks and week was taken to Baltimore where be was to be operated on in Johns Hopkins Hospital. His death occurred on the operating table. The deceased was prominent in the religious civic and commercial life of Winston Salem. He was president of b. F. Huntley furniture manufacturing company the Huntley Hill Stockton company of Winston Salem and the Huntley Stockton Hill company. Greensboro he also was an officer in various other corporations in the twin City but devoted his greater efforts to the manufacture of furniture. Or. Huntley was a Man of High ideals and integrity of service. He was a faithful member of the first Baptist Church at Winston Salem and was Active in religious affairs of his City. Surviving Are the widow five daughters. Millies Josephine Emma and Kathleen Huntley and a Quot s. W. O. Spencer. Jr., of Winston Salem and mrs. W. L. Jackson of High Point and a son b. F. Huntley. Jr., of Winston Salem. No arrangements had been made today for the funeral. The body is expected to reach Winston Salem tomorrow morning at 9 of clock. New Orleans oct. 23.�? apr substitution of an address to the Church by the presiding Bishop for the triennial pastoral letter of the general convention of the protestant episcopal Church was before the House of Bishops today. This promised to be one of the More interesting features of the last full Day of the 48th triennial general convention As the Bishops met. Presented by the of. Rev. Edward Parsons Bishop of California the matter was to come up for decision when the question of election of a committee of Bishops on the next pastoral letter Wab called. The pastoral letter which is the conventions word to the churches after the session closes has been prepared for this convention Anu will be read at Christ Church Cathedral tomorrow after the formal closing services. The Bishops yesterday afternoon followed the Lead of the deputies in postponing final consideration. Of the whole matter of the ministry of Christian Healing until the next general convention. The House of deputies yesterday refused to concur with the Bishops in presenting the matter of votes for. Suffragan by Bishops to the next general convention for ratification. At the suggestion of Bishop Philip Cook Delaware arrangements will be made at the next general convention to have each Days sessions opened wit i a joint devotional service in which Bishops deputies and members of the woman a auxiliary will join. Both houses have approved a plan to seek a practicable Means to establish a scholarship from each state in each of the five Church colleges. Bishop and deputies have advised the National Council to take under a serious consideration the question of removing to Washington. In discussion by the House of Bishops Only one voice was raised in opposition. Bishop h. R. Pulse Cuba declared a was a foreign missionary i think the farther away we Are from Washington the better off we will the Bishop of Cuba was apprehensive of politics he said. Bishop William t. Manning new York and the Suffragan Bishop of new York Arthur Selden Lloyd supported Bishop James Freeman Washington in urging More serious consideration. The Bishops declined to agree with the other House in a Resolution providing for the election of a presiding Bishop in joint executive session. The Power of the province a matter of moment at this convention will come before the next convention. The Bishops have agreed to the appointment of a commission to study the whole matter of the provinces. This commission will report three years hence whether they shall be continued for what purpose. Proposed enlarged Power of the provinces will be placed before this committee As will the recommendation of the committee on canons that Bishops for Continental missionary districts be elected by the House of Bishops in the pro wince in which the vacancy exists subject to confirmation of the Gen Era convention As at present. The territorial division of the Church in the United states is by provinces. Anxious about China London oct. 23.�? apr anxiety is expressed in official quarters Here lest the disturbed state of China compel postponement of the Tariff conference in peking. The times among other papers Calls attention to the situation and remarks editorially a a paradoxical feature of the a filiation is that while the conference needs for its Success an orderly China its convocation has actually been the immediate cause of the present the Pilot is suffering from an immersion and Shock but escaped injury. Captain Biard had just taken off for the navigability and seaworthiness trials and was at an Elevation of about 200 feet when a Wing flutter apparently developed in both wings of the monoplane. Captain Biard attempted at once to land. As he struck the water the super Marine nosed Down and Bonier salted on her Back pressing the Pilot under the surface., Captain Biard was wearing a life Belt and managed to Clear himself and reached the surface As the Napier s-4 Sank. Captain Hubert Broad who had taken the British Gloster Napier Iii out for her tests a Short time before seeing Captain Biard in trouble started taxiing toward him As he fell. When Captain Biard fre4 himself from the wreckage Captain Broad threw him a second life Belt to which he Clung until Rescue picked him up a few minutes later. The crash occurred about half a mile off Short from the hangars. The super marines mishap will throw into the Schneider cup race tomorrow both of great Britain a Gloster Napier Illus one of which had been held in Reserve. Bert Kinkler of Melbourn. Australia the British Reserve Pilot will take the second Gloster into the race tomorrow. Captain Biard intends to make no attempt to take part in the cup race after the shattering of his super Marine. The super Marine disintegrated As she Sank in the water. Salvage boats on the scene a few minutes after the crash succeeded in bringing to the surface the super Marine Napter lion engine. The rest of the plane appeared to be practically a total loss. Captain Biard said that when be crashed the engine appeared to be functioning perfectly. Daughters elect an offie today mrs. L. R. Newell of Charlotte is second vice president of division Mitchell knows now charges he is ask Eoj face specifications Are made in the formal accusations of today prepare for trial conduct to the prejudice of Good order and military discipline charged r a s is is Laid out his criticism of the Shenandoah flight particularly is the cause for military charges 5,000 men and women hear Stephens preach a Sermon on a the unpardonable sin ifs awful to be Only Man not to be forgiven he and then miss it tells his hearers or. Stephens expresses Hope that meeting will continue after party leaves Elizabeth City oct. 23.�? apr mrs. A b. Newell of Charlotte. Was elected second vice president of the state division daughters of the confederacy at the closing session of the convention Here today. Mrs. J. Dolph Long of Graham president mrs. H. M. London Raleigh first vice president mrs. Charles s. Wallace Morehead City treasurer mrs. Emma Wallace Charlotte registrar and mrs. John h. Anderson Fayetteville historian hold Over until next year As officers their terms not expiring at this time. Other officers elected today were mrs. Sidney p. Cooper Henderson third vice president mrs. Glenn Long Newton recording Secretary mrs. Allen Thompson Graham corresponding Secretary mrs. W. E. White Louisburg recorder of crosses of Honor mrs. W. P. Cooper Gatesville director children of the confederacy and mrs. Andrew Faulkner Goldsboro chaplain. Mrs. John l. Bridgers of Tarboro retiring chaplain was named As an honorary vice president. The convention closed at noon today after disposing of important matters. The organization voted to sponsor the project to raise $1,-500 for beautifying the Confederate cemetery at Raleigh. A proposal to subscribe $200 for historical research and preservation of historical records also was approved. Motors feverish new York. Oct. 23.�? apr feverish activity in the motor shares broke out just before the close of the Stock Market today when Chandler motors was run up 15 Points to 52, often jumping a Point or More Between sales on usual Market coup. Favor Unity Lawton okla. Oct. 23 map a the Oklahoma conference of the methodist episcopal Church voted unanimously today for unification with the methodist episcopal Church South. The conference also voted 113 to 35 to admit laymen to the conference. Got bad news Vienna oct. 23.�? apr the bulgarian minister Here said he had received news from Sofia that the greeks have destroyed Petrich but did not enter the town and Are pushing rapidly northward. Washington oct. 23.�? apr a conduct to the prejudice of Good order and military discipline a was charged against colonel Mitchell today in court martial specifications served upon him As a result of his attack several weeks ago on the conduct of the army and Navy air services. The formal accusation held that the statement issued by colonel Mitchell at san Antonio after the crash of the Shenandoah a constituted insubordination and was a highly contemptuous and disrespectful to the War it was in this statement that the colonel declared the loss of the Shenandoah was a due to commercial and almost treasonable conduct a of the air services. The specifications also relate to two later statements which Are described As equally objectionable. The charges Are brought in the i name of lieutenant colonel Kyle j Rucker chief of the military affairs Section of the judge advocate general s office and were served upon Mitchell by colonel Joseph r. Mcmullen assistant judge advocate general. Representative Reid of Illinois counsel for Mitchell declared the service of the papers carried with it technical arrest of the colonel but War department officials disagreed. They said the technical arrest probably would take place immediately before the officer is placed on trials of a general court martial Here next week. The specifications against colonel Mitchell Are eight in number All brought under the ninety sixth article of War. The specifications Are As follows in that colonel Mitchell in making the statement of september 5 after the wreck of the Shenandoah a did conduct himself to the prejudice of Good order and military 2.�?that colonel Mitchell on september 5 a made a statement insubordinate to the administration of the War 3�?that colonel Mitchell on september 5 a made a statement highly contemptuous and disrespectful of the administration of the War department with intent to discredit the same to the prejudice of Good order and military 4�?same As specification 3 except that refers to Navy department instead of War department. 5�?same As the first four but referring to the statements made by colonel Mitchell on september 9. On september 9, also at san Antonio. Col. Mitchell elaborated on his statement of four Days before and characterized the War and Navy departments administration of aeronautics As after receiving service of the papers today colonel Mitchell said he had no comment to make. And that from now on his Case would be in the hands of his counsel. Mrs. Frank Harrold Americus ga., sister of gov Walker of Georgia As president general United daughters of the confederacy will be Iii charge of the 82nd annual convention at hot Springs ark., nov. 16-21. Clyde Chernault local boy found unconscious Here he been poisoned Here last night Clyde Chernault Young son of or. And mrs. J. L. Chernault was today recovering from the effects of what is said to have been Poison which he swallowed last night. Young Chernault was found near his Home on Richardson Street last night by a passerby. He was lying on the sidewalk in an unconscious condition. The police were notified and the Young Man was taken to police Headquarters. Or. S. S. Coe City physician examined or. Chernault and administered a hyper dermis. Later he was removed to his Home. A a he would have died in 3 0 minutes if somebody Hadnot reached him a said j. L. Chernault father of Clyde. A i do not understand it but he Wras poisoned and i expect to find out about it. He has been unable to talk this morning. Whether he was taken there or whether he fell while trying to get Home i cannot say for i have not talked with one of the rest services of Campaign held Here last night Greensboro company granted incorporation Raleigh oct. 23.�? a the following certificates of incorporation were issued from the office of the Secretary of state today Westside land company. Greensboro. With authorized capital Stock of $100,000 and $1,500 subscribed by w. F. Ross j. W. Money and j. S. Duncan All of Greensboro. Carolina transit company Durham with authorized capital of $50,000 arid $1,200 subscribed by m. E. Hart mrs. Irene Hart r. L. Mcmillan and Brantley Womble All of Raleigh. Plateau investment company. Asheville with authorized capital of $25,000 Aud $500 subscribed by h. C. Brewton. J. F. Jenkins and f. B. Mccoy All of Asheville. A thou Art not far from the kingdom of god a was Rev. George Stephens text for the morning service. A i believe this verse can be written on the brow of Many a Man and woman Here in this said or. Stephens. He said it is a serious thing to be so close to the kingdom arid then miss it. Or. Stephens expressed the Hope that the meeting would continue after the party has gone. He said for praying wives not to be discouraged if their husbands Hpe came peevish. A a that a a Good he said. A it does no to Hurt me for men to get mad. Its a sign that something is working in their Rev. Stephens pointed out the Blessing of tit firing a Many responded to his invitation for prayer and discussion in the Annex showing the fruits of the work that has been done. He said that he hated to leave this town with yet 10,000 people away from god. Or. George r. Brown asked the congregation to give an offering for Rev. Or. Stephens. There had been no Promise to or. Stephens he said for any remuneration. The pastors had agreed to pay the travelling expenses the expenses of the party and of the meeting but nothing was said concerning compensation for Rev. Stephens personally. A one thing i like to do is to up an offering not a a said or. Brown. A a in be alway liked evangelists and in be had the privilege of listening to Moody a great Man of god Sam Jones who did As much for prohibition in the South As any other one Man and Chapman and no Man has so moved me As brother he further expressed his spiritual blessings a a i take $1,000,000 for what went on in my Church last sunday. Id be an ingrate if i did no to express my appreciation in some substantial Way. I want brother Stephens to go away with a part of my salary. We want to give this Man a Jeal expression of gratitude for what he has done Here. In this contribution w�?T6 Are helping a Man to save the Rev. Or. Stephens expressed his heart Felt appreciation for the thought. A if i knew i Wasny to to have a Penny id have preached just the same Way i have preached. Of id been Here for Money id have Given you sugar coated sermons. Id have tickled your ears. But ill Box fire from the before ill tickle them for he told of his mothers faithful tithing and the blessings that came to her because of it. A lots of times we did no to have roast for supper or butter for our bread. Mother would no More touch the lords Money than she would her next door neighbors. She gave the lord the first of All our increase. Do you know Why some folks done to Prosper they done to tithe. Id die if i give ifs a Blessing a Rev. Stephens told a Story of his Early school Days when he was struggling to pay his Way through. A Friend of his in the lords work was to give a message by j. Worth Bacon one of the largest audiences of the Campaign heard Rev. Georgs Stephens preach a powerful Sermon on a the unpardonable sin in the Tabernacle last night. Fully 5.000 men. Women and children crammed and jammed their Way into the Temple of worship to hear the message. Every seat was occupied and scores of people stood in the rear of the building. There is one sin which god says he will never forgive Here or hereafter declared the evangelist and he pointed out that the sin is to blaspheme the holy ghost. God sent the third person of Tbs holy Trinity to men or. Stephens explained All men and women who Are children of god have this spirit within him. A the holy spirit a said the evangelist. A knows All Yon say and when i surrendered my life and it dawned on me there was this spirit in my innermost being it exerted a powerful influence Over or. Stephens delved immediately into a discussion of the sins which May be committed against the holy spirit. Three Ains May in committed by the Christian and three by the sinner. The first sin of this kind which Tho Christian a amp Mux Yamnit la to Grieve the holy spirit. It is difficult for the holy spirit to dwell in men when there is sin the spirit merely occupying one Corner of the hearts of men and there it is grieved. The second sin is to lie to the holy spirit that is for an individual to claim he has religion when he does no to have it and the third is to quench the holy spirit to put out the fire of god which is burning in the souls of men. Ashes in souls a you know a went on or. Stephens a there Are lots of Christian people who have nothing but ashes additional society on Page 8 a Gary says country is on eve of a get at period of Prosperity new York oct. 23.�? apr the United states is on the verge of a great Era of Prosperity Elbert h. Gary chairman of the United Staten steel corporation asserted today in an addess opening the 28th general meeting of the american Iron and steel Institute. A i Tell you a he said a before another meeting of this Institute you gentlemen will not have to go even into another room for orders. You will he turning business Santa Claus is now in Rochester Minn. Rochester. Minn. Oct. 23.�? apr Santa Claus will leave for Home today to plunge into the Christmas Rush with new vigor after medical treatment at a Hospital Here. He has been Here several weeks but his flowing White Beard and rotund stomach gave him away almost the Day he arrived. His sick room was besieged with children who hearing of his presence surrounded him with Flowers and clamoured at his door in such numbers physicians were forced to bar visitors. Although the Hospital card on his door gives his name As Thomas Tracy he confessed to his Youthful visitors that he is really Santa Claus. His Home is in Douglas Alaska. Continued on Page to Burch Elbom Hurt in an Auto Accident Burch Elbom of High Point was seriously injured in an automobile Accident on the Winston Salem Road. Details of the Accident Are in Complete but or. Welborn is said to have been Riding alone when to lost control of his automobile. The machine turned Over and was badly damaged. Or. Welborn was placed in a passing automobile and was brought to the Guilford general Hospital for medical attention. Given warm Welcome Dublin oct. 23.�? apr an enormous crowd which held up i traffic in the principal streets of Dublin for two hours today welcomed archbishop Daniel j. Man Nix of Melbourne. Australia when i he arrived to receive formally the j Freedom of the City voted him in 1 1920. Archbishop Mannix a support of the Irish Republican cause prevented the holding of this ceremony before today. Two bodies found Newport r. I. Oct. 23.�? apr two More bodies were recovered today from the sunken submarine s-51 by Navy divers. To lie dads Day Columbus a. Oct. 23.�? apr fathers of members of Ohio state s football squad will occupy unique position Here tomorrow at the Ohio state Iowa game. Since it is a dad s Day the Buckeye players fathers will occupy a special Bench on the Side lines during the fray. To identify them they will Wear the same numbers pinned to their backs As their husky sons Wear on the playing jerseys. Lodge wrote that republicans in Senate escape a league trap Washington oct. 23.�?, thinking first of himself in / a a it 11 ii ii dealing with every great a How Republican leaders he could not or. Lodge thought. In the league of nations fight rightly be called a a very great escaped what they considered a a a a using Joku hi3 record of trap to commit them before Stormy period of league debate hand to support of the covenant much of it traced in speeches is one incident of the historic Stefand other data takes struggle disclosed for the first time by the late Henry Cabot Lodge one of its dominant figures in a Book written a month a forehand to support i i l 1 t a the league by declining an invite from the congressional record or. Lodge discloses How the Republican leaders in March. 1919, escaped what they thought a trap to Corn Ual Eye Annie caught. Buffalo oct. 23.�? apr cat Eye Annie was recaptured today. She was found in the attic of a partial constructed House in Kenmore just outside the City limits by a Workman. The woman known throughout the country As r notorious Confidence women escaped yesterday from the Erie county jail Here. % before his death and Given to the Public today. Omaha chosen Washington oct. 23.�? apr Omaha neb was selected by the supreme Council of the scottish rite of the Southern jurisdiction As the 19 26 meeting place. The Date for net year s meeting was set at october 2 5. Tion to advise the Wilson peace commission in Paris what changes i in the covenant would satisfy the entitled a the Senate and the Senate. On the advice of Elihu league of nations the volume j Roott Philander c. Knox and placed on Sale by Scribner a copy others or. Lodge replied instead right holders is in the main a rec that the Only practicable Means by Ord for posterity of the already which the president could obtain known history of the bitter end the Senate s views would be by Call struggle Between Woodrow Wilson j no it into session and the Senate opposition. But the he quotes this from the advice opposition Leader is outspoken in he received from or Root his personal characterization of the j Quot the net is spread in Plain sight War president on whom he lays full of the Bird and Rou Are the responsibility in his unbending attitude. For tile leagues defeat disavowing any personal Animos although he bad worked and voted for ratification of too league with reservations in the end or. Ity he views or. Wilson As hav a Hodge says he was thankful that ing been actuated throughout by it had Betyn Defeated. He views the an a overwhelming thought of self league As having in practice thus again As a devoured by the desire far proved futile for the ostensible for Power a and in another passage purpose of it creation

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