The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, October 6, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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THE CARTER EXPRESS
COL WILLIAM H. HART
100,000 MEN THROWN OUT
OF EMPLOYMENT BACK
HAS NEW CONTRACT FOR COAL
Resumes Operation After an 8 Day
Shut Down on Account of Being
Unable to Get a Satisfactory
Coal Contract Ford Says.
EVELYN DREW READE
Col. William H. Hart Is now quar-
termaster general of the United States
army. Colonel Hart had previously
been In charge of the Intermediate
depot of supplies at New York City.
Detroit, Mich.—The plants of the
Ford Motor company in the Detroit dls-
1 trict, that closed recently because of
the coal situation, thereby throwing
100,000 Ford workers out of work iu
different parts of the country, were
re-opened, it was officially announced.
Orders for the re-opening of the
plants were telegraphed by Edsel B.
Ford, president of the motor company,
who is in Cincinnati. Mr. Ford said
cancellation of the interstate com-
merce comission’s service order No. 23
had made it possible again to obtain
Executives of the company said op-
peration has resumed at Highland
Park. River Rouge and Dearborn,
where the three large plants of the
concern are located. Assembly plants
throughout the country that were shut
j down with the parent plant also will
1 resume as quickly as their men can be
Great Britian Is Prepared For At- recalled.
tack by Sea, Land and Air Ac- [ It is planned to put production lm-
cording to Reports. I mediately on the basis it was at the
_ i time of the closing. The resumption
Paris, France.—The return of Turk- 18 under,to°d at the offlces her«
ey to Europe was assured when Great *» b* 8 d'r\ctof,a conference
Britian. France and Italy at the final !Edsel Ford had Cincinnati with a
session of the allied conference unani- 8 ^roup of about fifty coal producers
TURKS AND BRITISH TO PARLEY
ENGLISH LEAVE CONSTAN-
TINOPLE BY ORDER
mously agreed to concede all the na-
tionalist peace terms.
The Turkish claims to Eastern
Ford Goes to Buy Coal.
The closing of the plants recently,
considered in business circles as an
Thrace to the Maritiza rlVer and in- j "industrial strike’” on the part of the
eluding the ancient Turkish capital manufacturer against certain brokers
of Adrianople were approved as peace whom he charged with demanding ex
terms that can be supported by cesslve prices for coal, threw approx-
France, Great Britian and Italy in a lmately 70,000 Detroit men out of
Joint invitation sent to Mustapha Ke- work.
mal Pasha, the nationalist leader to Henry Ford approvpd the pIftn o(
a peace conference to be held at! hj8 80n Edael> for the re0pening. A
Venice soon. _ few minute8 jater he ieft for a raj|.
Constantinople.—The British are (road 8tati°“ and( departffl f°r tha
mobilizing every available warship.B0Uth to vlslt vari0UB coal fleld8' “
man, horse, automobile, cannon and
was assumed at his office that he
desired personally to make arrange
ments for an uninterrupted flow oi
coal to Detroit.
riflle within reach of the troubled zone.
They are preparing to deal a tremen-
dous blow by land, sea and air if pro-
voked by the Kemalist army, which
according to the latest reports is con-
centrating feverishly around Ismid and
All the British barracks in Constan-
tinople have been evacuated and -
troops are marching in the streets of St. Louis, Mo.—The Goddess of Lib
the capital, which is having a sobering erty recently was adopted unanimously
effect on the exuberant Turks. The by the executive committee of the
soldiers are headed for stragetic points democratic state committee as the
ALTER DEMOCRAT EMBLEM
Goddess of Liberty to Replace Roostei
on the straits.
General headquarters has issued an
of the democratic
official order directing the wives and which has served the democratic party
families of their officers and soldiers as its emblem for many years,
to prepare to embark. Members of the committee said the
The men of Constantinople garrison I change was made because the roostpi
are constructing entrenchments at as an emblem was neither artistic noi
Soutari, on the Asiatic side of the Bos- dignified and that the Goddess of Lib
phorous, which will be the second line erty was much more appropriate,
of defense, the first being at Yarinja, i Under the decision, reached by the
a small railway station between Hai- committee, the Goddess of Liberty will
displace the rooster upon the demo
ic ballot in the NoYember election.
darpasha and Ismid.
The British police forces in the cap-
ital have been greatly augmented and
will probably be assisted by French
gendarmes. It is estimated that the
present total British strength in Con-
stantinople and the Dardanelles area
Is about 16,000 men, which, when re-
inforcements now on the way arrive,
will be increased to nearly 75,000 ef-
TO RETURN TO HER HOME
Miss Giovotti Says She Came to Make
Home, Nbt Break Up One.
McAlester, Okla.—“I came to Amer
lea to establish a home, not break
one up, so I shall return to Italy.”
So declared Miss Frieda Giovotti
Evelyn Drew Reade, daughter of
Mrs. Willoughby Reade of the Mead-
ows, Abingdon, Va., who was married
recently at her home to Lee Trenholm,
son of Mrs. W. fle Saussure Trenholm.
NO CAMPAIGN MONEY LIMIT
SENATE AND CONGRESS
The Federal Laws Places No Ban On
Amount Spent When Making
Washington, D. C.—Candidates for
the senate and house go into the ap-
proaching election with the sky the
limit on expenditures so far as the
federal Ibwb are concerned.
Final efforts to remedy the situa-
tion resulting from the decision of
the supreme court in the Newberry
case went for naught when bouse
leaders failed to call up for action
the Pomerene bill after it had been’
passed by the senate.
Limit Is Cut
Even that measure was held up
In the senate until after most of the
primaries were over and then ail pro-
visions affecting primaries were elim-
inated. As it passed the senate and
went to the house it limited expendi-
tures by candidates for the senate to
$10,000 and $5,000 for house aspirants
Candidates still are required to file
statements with the secretary of the
senate and clerk of the house as to
expenditures in their election cam-
paigns, but no statement is required
for the primary expenditures. And
the election statement requirements
carries with it no restriction on the
amount of money that may be used.
Some states limit the expenditures
of senatorial and congressional can-
didates, but so far as federal law is
concerned, they may spend all they
W’lth this situation well known to
the opposing party leaders, attempts
will be made to keep close watch on
the use of money by rival candidates
and numerous contests are expected
to result from (he election November
In Need for Cotton Pickers. pretty Italian girl. For the past twe
Oklahoma City, Okla.—Farmers of WPPi(g 8},e has been here in conference
southwestern Oklahoma are frantically wlth attorney6 aild the Italia,, consul
calling for cotton pickers to gather the shp declarcd Ge0rge Hoke, candidate
1922 crop and are willing to pay good | for judgp hprei had recompensed het
wages for the work, according to for her pxppnsp in coming t0 the Unit
Claude Connaliy. labor commissioner, pd Statpa from Italy and that she waa
wiser ’ Her home is in Bologna.
"I came to America in good faith,
with the expectation of marrying
George Hoke. On my arrival I found
It was impossible to carry out my pur
pose, because he already is married.
who said that at least 2,500 cotton
pickers were badly needed in Jackson
and adjoining counties.
Copper Miners’ Pay* Boosted.
Silver City, Nev.—Announcemenl
was made by the Chino Copper Cbn-
pany of a ten percent wage increase
to miners effective October 1. The in-
crease is voluntary and is said by the
Canada Drafts Water Treaty.
Ottawa. Can.—Intimation that a ten
tative treaty between the United
company to be due to improving con statPS and Canada had been drafte(:
ditions of the copper mining industry concPrnlnK control of thv levels ol
in the southwest. Lake of the Woods, were given by
Premier Mackenzie King at the con
elusion of the conference with Gov-
Soft Coal Loading Heavy.
Washington, D. C.—Railroad loaa-
ernor Preus of Minnesota and othet
ings of soft coal on one day recently, officials, recently. The premier saio
were reported by the Association or he
Railway Executives to have been the
greatest for any day in the past two
and a half years except for two days
last March and one day in 1921. I,oad
Ings that day totaled 37,330 cars
believed the treaty would satisfy
all interested in this international
problem. The conference adjourned
to November 15, when It was hoped
final arrangements for the settlement
of the difficulty will be made.
I. c. C. ISSUES NEW RULE
Congress Will Be Summoned Novem-
ber 15th to Pass On Ship Subsidy.
Washington, D. C.—President Hard
ing notified senate and house leaders
that he will summon congress in ex
tra session, beginning November 15,
for the purpose of considering and pas
sing the ship subsidy bill.
It is expected that the extra ses
sion will run into the regular session
of congress, which begins the firs!
Monday in December.
Immediately upon receipt of this
mandate from I he president, arrange
ments< were made to adjourn the
present session. A resolution to this
effect was passed by the house, pro
vidlng for sine die adjournment at 2
o'clock, Sept. 22, and similar action
was taken by the senate.
President Vetoes Bonus Bill.
Washington, D. C.—President Hard
ing vetoed the soldier bonus bill. In
returning the bill to congress without
Ills approval the president dispatched
a veto message. Failure to provide
the revenue from which the bonus
would be paid is given as the principal
cause of the veto. The president re-
ferred specifically to the failure ol
congress to accept his suggestion of
a sales tax to finance the bonus.
STATE FAIR AND
CROWDS COME FROM ALL
PARTS OF THE STATE
TO ATTEND FAIR
“MYSTIC CHINA” BEAUTIFUL
The Exhibits and Amusements are far
Better Than Ever Before With
Many Interesting Things All
Over the Grounds.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—The Six-
teenth Annual Oklahoma State Fair
and Exposition opened its gates Sat-
urday at 7 a. m. and a steady flow of
people continue to go through the
gates and see the many, many exhib-
its of new devices, machinery and
most everything on display this year.
Eight 450 gallon water tanks have
been placed at various places over
the Grounds where it will be possible
to get deep well ice water for drinking
The landscape is more beautiful this
Fair with clusters of cannas and other
flowers scattered through the centers
and eflges of the close mowed grass
which carpets the entire grounds.
The Grounds are illuminated at
night by the many illuminating fea-
tures of modern times and the big
event of the night is the Midway, Auto
polo, Vaudeville, "Mystic China,"
which is a most beautiful sight to see,
and many other pleasing entertain-
Many are the pleasing exhibits
which one meets everywhere. The
Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Horses, Mules,
Poultry, Agriculture, Mineral, School,t
Domestic Science, Fine Arts, Liberal
Arts. Automobile, Machinery. Imple-
ments and most everything are being
displayed this year as never before
with so many new exhibitors repres-
The Amusement part of the Fair Is
bigger and better than eve# before
with the Con, T. Kennedy's Shows,
and others, on the Midway, the Merry-
Go-Round, Farris Wheel, Figure Eight,
Automobile and Horse Racing, Auto
jtolo, Vaudeville Acts, Stunts, and
some of the Best Music, both instru-
mental and vocal which can be heard
from the Bell Loud speaking instru
ment from most every part of the
Grounds, with vaudeville and enter
tainments in the exhibit Buildings
The Concession stands are more
numerous than ever before and were
erected this year most of them to be
permanent instead of being wrecked
after the crowds have gone.
PURE PLANTING SEED
ANOTHER SESSION CALLED
Many Commodities Added to List;
Use Of Open Cars Permitted.
Washington, D. C.—The interstate
commerce commission issued a new
service order covering preferential
shipments eastward from the Miss
issippi and adding mine supplies, med
lcines, fertilizers, seeds, news prim
paper and petroleum to the list ol
commodities to be given priority move
ment. The order was effective at mid-
night September 20. also permits use
of open top cars after the discharge
of coal carried in them for transpor
tatlon of road and building construe
tion material, ore and mine supplies
The new order cancels and super,
cedes service order 23, and puts all
coal shipments in the priority class
Use of open top cars for commodities-
other than fuel is permitted under the
ruling only when their destination it
in thp direction in which the cars are
destined for coal loading.
BACKFIRES, CAUSES FIRE
New Orleans had $20C,C0 Blaze Which
New Orleans, La.—Fire broke out
in the uptown section of the city and
laid ruin to the Gallagher Transfet
& Storage Co., Lake Umbrella com-
pany’s building, and one residence and
damaged two others. Four men suf-
fered shocks from fallpn high tension
electric wires and one fireman was
overcome by smoke.
The driver of one of Gallagher’s
trucks attempled to crank his machine
in the rear of the building. The en
gine backfired, according to reports,
and a pile of excelsior in the rear of
the machine caught fire.
The fire hatl considerable headway
before the first pumper reached the
scene. Not only was the entire block
threatened by a total loss, but a still
greater loss would have resulted, but
for the quick action by Fire Chief Le-
feaux in extinguishing the flames on
the second floor of the two buildings
directly opposite the Lake building.
A. 0. Mebane Solves Above
MEBANE Is to Cotton Reed what
Sterling is to Silverware, n guarantee
of quality. However, of late years the
Cotton Seed Buyer lias been swindled
in the purchase of Planting Seed from
some unscrupulous dealers, who have
represented they hud pure Mebane
Seed, when the Seed they were sell-
ing was in many cases not Melbane
Seed at all, and if Mebane, so many
yeurs from the Original Seed that the
qualities which make ijebane THE
BEST Lad run out.
Mr. A. P. Mebane, knowing full well
the wishes of the farmer, and realiz-
ing that It wrs not only a reflection
on Jhe quality of his Seed—which has
stood the test for over twenty years—
but also having the Interests of his
fellow farmers at heart, in seeing that
they should get his PEDIGREED
PLANTING COTTON SEED, when
they so desired, conceived of a plan
by which he could supply tiie great
demand and protect the Buyer.
Mr. Mebane has had his trade-
mirk registered. IT IS THE NAME
MEBANE IN GREEN LETTERS
WITHIN A BRIGHT RED CIRCLE,
which will be upon every sack, and
upon the back of the sack, OVER HIS
SIGNATURE, will be the trademark
with his words of caution, that -only-
“THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
MEBANE PEDIGREED PLANTING!
SEED BEARS THIS TRADEMARK.”
In order that Mr. Mebane can de-
vote his entire time to the culture
of Ills Seed upon a large scale, it was
necessary thut a sales agency be or-
ganized for the proper distribution
of his Seed; lienee the A. D. MEBANE
SALES AGENCY, which agency will
distribute only Pedigreed Mebane
Planting Seed, In Tradcnmrked Sucks.
If you want the BEST BY TEST—
for when better planting semis are
growyi, A. D. Mebane will grow them—
write us for prices, which we shall
be pleased to quote and also send de-
A. D. MEBANE SALES AGENCY,
Which City Editori
Many people have queer Ideas about
Some think that reporters go nut it*
tiie morning and walk up ami down
streets looking for “news."
Olliers seem to believe that news-
paper men have a secret Insight into
affairs. Newspaper men often refrain
from chunglng tills attitude.
But tiie woman who came to see the
city editor today hud a new one.
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