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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 9, 1929, Florence, South Carolina xssr EASTERN S OUT ft CAROLINA. Did You Ever Stop To THINK? A to pass two tourists on the street last night a reporter; for The Morning News caught the remark, "that is the nic- policeman 1 ever saw." That js all the reporter heard but it impressed him as being something unusual, and he. wondered what had occas- ioned it. The thought camt. at once that there might be trouble. across the street the reporter spied officer Ward and asked him if he had just been talking with strangers. "Why answered t h officer, Autopsy Performed On Body Of His Wife Fails Of Expected Results BLOWONJJEAD LIGHT Stomach Of Dead Woman To Be Examined By State Chemist YORK, s. C.. Feb. 8 Rate charged with thc murder of his wife. Mrs. Fayc Wilson King, was eleasod from the York county Jail county al today under bond while it! Kmgs Mountain. N. c.. an examina- tion of the body of Mrs. wa' mutlc by five physicians.' autopsy was performed un- der orders of Solicitor J. Lyles Glenn 01 Chester, In an eltort to deter- mine If the woman died from poi. "what is the matter." "No- thing1' was the reply of the reporter, "I j-ust hear-d a fine couple saying nice things' mT about you." And so had. the In his tour.sts courtesy to Mr. Ward sonlng. how serious consequences i bloy on her forehead might have caused ,-mcl If she was in expectant mother. The examination, according to statements of the doctors, failed to indications thai the wo- an expectant mother. testimony by King at the in- quest was to the eifcct that he be- ..evcd his wife to hove commuted suicide because of fears of ex.nvi -id clidblrth. The blow on the forehead was f-JUiia to have been slight and thote evidence of fracture The performed a fine service to dmlhrnv the city of Florence. It neck' a courtesy, however, that is not unusual with" Officer Ward. men who have visited the Burch ._ building on Church street where the machinery of the Gotham Braid Works is be- ing assembled, have express- ed surprise and pleasure at the apparent extent of tho enterprise which H. V. Cohen has moved to Florence. The women of the city especially will be interested in the man- ner in which the material with which they are so fami- liar is manufactured. stomach of the dead womar was removed and will be examined by the South Carolina state chem- Klng was arrested Monday at Sha ron shortly after coroner's Jim lip.cl returned it verdict that his came to her death from poiso vaaas. Previously it had VM S'1C Her body found January 2o .n a smoke house at her home at aharon. near here. Her husband te-- ifled at the Inquest that he was sick at- the time ana oelieved his wife to have gone to school where she 'i, dia not reutr" all he called on neighbors for nc-lp and the body was found Kins, WHS released fiom Jail when certified check vas deposited by .wo of his brother., as bond EdlUS MAJORITY OF HOUSE MEMBERS SPONSOR NEW HIGHWAY BILL Measure Goes To Judiciary Com- mittee For Consideration COLUMBIA. S. O.. Feb. 8 Sponsored by sixiy five ol ihe 121 inebers, the highway bond issue bin van introduced Into the lijiiso today and took the calenaai iH.mncr 4SI9. The bill which WE-. win to Ihc Jtidlciniy Committee aft- er a short discussion bears thc title bill to provide lor the conslruc- :Ioin and maintenance of the state nignway syslem and for ibc paymen-. with interest of certain obligation: the state highway commission ana counties and highway districts arising from tho construction of stall, highways and for these purposes to lUthorixe Ihe issuance of evidence-L- ot indebledness of the state, to pro- for ihe disposition of the gaso. lne tax and motor vbhlcle license ees and other revenues and to pro- for the administration and op- rntloin oi the state highway aepart- The following members sponsored W. r. Eeasley. of Wllllnmsburg. E. Blackmon of Urangeburg T H rice of Chester. L. c. Bro'oker of Lexington. R. E. Broomc of Rich- land. H. Clark of Slimier. L. M I Clvbuin of Lancasler. C J Colcock i of Bca-jford. J. o. Coomir of Saluda I O. L. Curcton of Pickens. O B Davis el Berkeley, w. M. Dennis of Berke- ley. W. M. Easterllm- of Hlchland c I 3. Ford of Fnlrfleld. T. B. Fore' of D.IIon, E. E. Friday of A. A. Gerald of Rlchland. J. B Ger- ald of Clarendon. A. P. Grant of oconee. J. w. H_mer of Dillon, J Harley of Barnwcll. D. w. Heckle of Barnwcll. R. B. Herbert of Rich- land. J. F. Hutto of Ornngebura J P. Isenhower of Fam'ield. J. M Jnme' of Pickens. J. L. Johnson of Georgetown. L. M, Jones of Claren- don.' F V! Kearse of Hamburg, N. Kelly of Kersha-w, K. R. Kreps ol Rlchlnnd, J. B. Lancaster of Union W. J. Laney of Lee, w. H. Llghtsey cr Hampton. J. W. Mack, of Calhomi J. j Mnyson, of Edgcfleld. R. a. McCaslnu of Greenwood. J.. Mc-Uarilel of 'Mo J. N. McKenzle of Wililamsburg. P Moehan of Chesterfield. M. J. Moore Dorchester, H. Muldrow of Sum'- ter. c. E. Perry of Jasper M Player of Lee. E. Price of Florence W. H. Price of Lexington. W. J Hcv ell of Florence, N. s. Richards ol KL-nhaw. J. p. Rlch.rdson of Claren- C., SATL-ltlMY FIFTT KILLED SUDDENLY IN AT DETROIT BED; HOME! Four Hundred Woifndec In Carnage After Men Find Hindu Body TROUBLEJBREAKS OUT Continue Slaughter, Pillage Of Bombay For Many Hours Maj. Gen. John A. Lejeune. let! the United States ma- rines In the world war, will re- tire March 5 as commandant of marine corps. MOTHBIl TO I1KATI1 IKK I A mother went lo her death here today lirllpvlng Hun nrr had absolved her 11-year-old son for Mimiting HIT, Inn tlie lioj- laler uroke down nun Mild iiiilLnrlllct Hun his 1VilK 'fJ-IIll! to C'lMleeill Irillh when she salil she shut At flrsl, rriini'is liln. ilcclnrnl I Hat his mother .Mrs. Amy Itankln. Imd avrlden- tally fired a wlilli nialiin; :i lied. Later. nrciinllns cers. lie i-onfessed thai he had 'Mentally killed uhlle playing v.111, a WEALTHY COLONISTS d ,r' o arcn- dcn, A. M. Sapp of Lancaster o ot Georgetown. G W Bent' or Edgefleld. R. s. Sloan of D. L. Smith or Oalltton, C. ThomiU ;r Beaufort. J..M. Thom.., of S; .nit F. A. Tnompson of Mtirion J S. Verner of Richiand. J. s. Whaley ol Charleston. S. B. of Alk! H.v .I.-UIKS I.. IVKST Associated Press MIAMI BEACH. Pin.. Feb. Thc president eloct and Mrs Horn-- have dls-uppo.ntsd socially, aboard the Philadelphia aonla, man WH0 served with thd AH'ed forces during the World Wai will watch with interest, the deliberations of the repara- tions group which is lo meet in Paris shortly to fix tlie amount that Germany must pay to France. While Ger- many has contended that she is unable to pay what France demands, the opinion of the ex-service man can pay and should be made to do so, to the full extent of the Dawes agreement. conviction of former District Attorney Asa Keyes of Los Angeles County by a Superior Court jury last night was not un- expected. Evidence intro- duced during the trial highly damaging to Keyes and his conviction may cause n.'uch uneasiness on the part of some others whom he cincflng th. whllc HOUM dealings with in an official'nas followed MI own program. capacity. He has maJs one excepllon. 11. wealthy v.-infr colony of Miami Miami Beach. They with Invitations t" functions of various sorts but tlnr far have accepted none. In fact since their arrival h-re more than two WK-ks ago. they havi- !vcd in virtual seclusion on Belle or on thc house boats on which hav mnde a. couple of excur- -ions to -Jic fiship." grounx' Florida keys dow.i in th Key West. Thc only ;nvltatlon they hav- cepted was that to a private lunch- that ln honor yesterday lllcll MIL by Mr anfl Mj.s Oyrus H Biscayne MRS. VIOLA FOKKER KILLED IN LONG FALL FROM WINDOW NEW YORK; Feb. 8 _OT_ Mrs viola Pofcker, wlic of Anthony H o' Pokker. airplane dwijucr and m-in uractmer, was Icil.ed tonlglu w o: :.t.u. window Jf her apartment on the 15th floor n Riverside Drive apartment build- Mrs Pokker, who was 35 years old hid been m ill health ,'or unxs cff the j alld just been dlscharaod K vicinity Irom Presbyterian hospital. Previously she had been t'.klnK treatments at a Boston hos BOMBAY. Inaia. Feb. A peace parad? of Mohnmmedna.-, Pathnn-s and Hindus "tonight broke up into mobs o; lighting men the sixth iiiccssive day cntle.J in carnage. Although tiiy new cas- ually list Is not vet complete, tin (Until toll Etand.j ttbove 50 with more than 400 wound.-i. The procession war the outcome of nn agreement among leaders of all -sets lo cn-I the blooclv conflicts which began over minors (tint Palh- nns had us-cl Hindu children as The peace-loving ele- ments of both races had hailed MH? tmnounccment of the armhlice. jolnod should ?r-lo-shoulder In a mnrch through streets nlons: ivhich the FholK were reopened everywhere. Then In lh? Manaanpura quirle- the head of the nroccsslon stumblccl over thc dead body of n Hill h fl'ashed bv knh-ef. nnd lying In thr street. Trouble lollow-d wllhout In all puiLs i the city whli-h had seen' tlu- Disturbances preiiciLsly. The mobs still were rioting midnight although the clly whole wns nuletcr. Former Naval Secretary! Was Closely Attached to i Sea; Resigned Over Oil j DETROIT. Feb. ._. j 111" the Ing. approved and wns rrl-r-el ir ixjlllical oblivion hy tiir Tninnl Dome oil scandal, tilnl" u-hlle hi slept .MIS. ucnijy V.M.S nroiLsn; bv illShl resll-fsnesj on her hilsbnn Part nt 5 a. ,ec-iilnuiv only ho ently fell asleep Ilc 59 years old on Februa'o Besides Mrs. ter. Marian, 13 yCilra ipartment nl the time. A .son Ed "I Sevcr.i Tliree brothers .hunts Denby of wv- A huge. rock-Ilk- of a nun Don by nppnrenllv In hi, u, goorl henllh when he Thiin, day night, only recently undergone a physical cLnilnallo, been proncuilL-ed 'n uo-J i tion. A love for th? fen wns deeplv In Plained in Denby. He enlisted ii the Navy durln.; (he Spanlsh-AnU'r- icnn war as n plain EDWIN BENUV Secretary of the Navy h, Harding cnblnel who was found (lend In bed ycstrrdny at his Detroit home. Denbv served with the U. S. mnrihes th( Wcrltl Legislalure Right Of Way Accorded Measure By House Rule WOULD ALLOW Senator Smith Of Lynch- burgli Speaks On Behalf Of Flood Sufferers p wos n "...it hill to expcndltuie the rellPf 'o, "K mi-ken farmer., n, Southeastern laics lodnv tiir.ni-h the adopllon "y 1'h? mca.Mire woul.l p-uvulf that 1C secrclary of agriculture loan 'up 10 farmers in Florida i-Qla. and Ihe C.irollnai who suf- tluiini. ihe Florida hurricane nn ;i. s s third cla Yost-mile Cam- Ihe World' war and Denby enlisted ns n lenlher- neck, n private in the mnrlne Corp. from which he wa... a malo-. While his resignation ns sccrctarr Eamon De Valera Gets One Month Prison Term BELFAST.. Northern .Ireland.. Feb B de Vnlera tonight "be- ?an serving a sentence of one months nfler his convlclion on l charge of violatlm; the civil au 'horities net forbiodiliL' his cntrv ip I ul. UIK wmeu OLISLCS. ar- tri Northern Ireland territory I rlver' Klchmond this afternoon by In sentence the ma.isirate I fllst llls that be Valern seemed to have I tp he plnns to floUtirt the wnole with his father. I'jStice in Northern Ireland nnd ev i slearmBn .olnne nnd nc- pressed thc belief Hint the defra" by Captain Edward M aaiit was theie In consequence HERBERT HOOVER, JR, .WILL VISIT FATHER RICHMOND. Va.. Feb. Herbert son of _hc presV rlert-elect of the United States, ar- as sccrcrnr, i of Ihe Navy on hlj. birthday in 192< I virtually forced bv his c'onnc-llon will, ihe Teapot Dome affuu bitter blow to Denby. he turned 11 hi without bittoncs., in his heart To some 200 Navy nnd Marine offlc- ers who satJii-rr-1 to do him hone- on the night betoru he left thc mvv deoarUncnt, ncnbv am trying .to. die with my fnr'c to, the, tryln, ,M bravj nnd go lhiouBh' w'llh this I oni lenvlns In body, but my spirit will be with the navy.' LU__ Air- }M coinment on of the Extension, United SUitc.s Bearing thc sentence ind'was'quick" 'y ushered from thc foirt. The w not, marked by any dcmonstra- tJon. BLEAsFrHINKS PEOPLE SHOULD BE A? I OWFn Tn ft LjiJ I y II I K ANDERSON. S. C.. Feb. 8 Keplying to a telegram from the An. derson Independent which asked h'n if rumors that as a citizen nnd tax payer of the state, he was heartily n favor of the S75.COO.OOO bond is- sue, Senator Cole L. Blease today re- 3l.ed ihat "the people should be moved to spwsk at the b.illol Ihe proposal. Bern tor uii'iise's lelcgnm folknvF: "I thine: the renple should be nl- I 'owed to the billot I to whether this tremcndou- i debt shall be plnced upon the prop ..our and len mlnute.s after from Bollln-; Pjeld. Washington. MV. Hoover nnd capfnln Hatght re. at Byrcl Field only eight mln- "tes. Vecelvinsj weather reports, anil hen took off for Greensboro, N. C.. If. was not learned whether they WHlld filop at Carolina Airports or "ontlnue dlrecl to Allanla. In his capacity af of th.. nnvy. Denby signed the Iran-rrr from the navy to the Interior di-- paitmenl of lh. nnvul oil rrservi's in Tenpot Dome. Wyoming and Hi- Tllll. Cnllforhh. 'This bv live of President HarC'.i', Denby. with Albert B Fill secretary of th- Interio-. sivn- th- lensos (hnl tr-.nsfenc.l i'i. oropertles In turn to Harrv F S'n ilnlr nnd E3nrd Doheny. Benutor Wnlcli Demoefnt. -ana, in his final report in .Inn COURT 6UNIS INJUNCTION' ttWNSr.'a SUNDAY UW Greenville Merchants Win In Suil By Decision Of All Justices COLUMBIA. I'mnnnent Injunctions th s th enforcement of Sections 711 ami 'I the penal code relating to Sunda observance were granted 'by S u llemc Conn, totiay two by Greenville Sheriff CorloH n' Th'! tions by Brother in .nine B'X other opinions urn IOM. us olnirmnn of the -scnnte ,-om- today They vere i.lltee uhirh T... Jack ____, For Five Minutes In Ring illtee uhirh nrva ill lenses, declared Denby wni i, jm "anv l In thc lensc-s. former "you' The. opinion In the said lln iimbla. case of Xi-pupa" nm hers deckled earner In thu vhereln thc Supreme Court held thai he Ivo Bccllons ol Ihe code provlcl- ng. Iliac goods solrl Sunday b, cnflscntcd were unconslllulkmnl Juslicij E. S. Blcaee who wrote thi t.plniou in the Columbia case ".-mm those lilcd today, chief Jus -Ice Wat-is Justices Uothr.in am, Stabler concurred.. Justice Cane in the n-mit Ho felt bound by me .nnjorky opl'u In the Columbia case, although had liia-icntfd liom Uinl o.-Inlon t other opimoiis were Ilk-d 'uy th Tlie State, rejpoiulent, vs. D. K rj'lcr niid (J. Shannon who pi'nlctl Ironi an llorry county cnnvli' t.on of assault and battery "with hi to kin. i-oilviution S' W- t'ojielnnu. uppcllant versii TAMPA, Pla Feb. 8 jirj: Ocnipsfly unfl some 5.000 other pii- trons or tistlcs .saw eiBhi mm knock- on', licrc Lsday Rt thc llfith Pirlci yilllciy Arena. This number In '.hi'ce spaniji-i uf ij'Cl: Dor-ton pugilist, who i- n nif-t-t Young nt l-V. Shai-kry vristuU scifc- n ivmMtc nn cicli nnp'Jiirnt vir dOV'SI eo-'f flQ'1 fn- flVC nilnuts apvcnrnncp m the rins. Upon his resi'mallon. Dcnhv re 13 his hnnklii" hriuslrlal ami j work. He awaltlni; him nnd a (by set apnrl I fete him. Rpsoh.lions and monlals of his frlrmis ti'1 he never was-unfr.llhful I pro.' wrong in that S clearly demonstrated by the the I'eport of Senator Thomns which U'alsh on the Teapot Dome a ted Mr. Denby. fnd John Lewis Uiiiiciwocd lcadcr aiea January neton Wash. STKAMKH ll.LVKIA Missive; MANILA, tllu ....nernl m.it nc lie A.wembly and I have not be I ilrlio" of Ulc J" y- despite ter' i sutenii-nt Ihat his shot him coming senator, attempted to Inter, .ere or meddle in stale llion killed herself. WINTER BLOWS ICY BREATH OVER WEST Ua last cnrrj-liiR a num. of scientists hound for the South Sea "nc' nuthorllles here have KANSAS CITY, Fl-b. H blew IU Icy breath deep Inlo iho lower Mississippi vmky tonlgh- brlnnlni; thc coldest weather o' '.he and soulhvvsi nnri nt 3cme Te.vns, Oklahoma. Arkansas. Loulsl- Kentucky and Tennessee were fcelln? the storm with mm. snow nnd lower temperatures, whllc Rocky Mountains and ihe plains states the skies were clearing Reports Salt Lake Cltv Wld of the flndliid of Ihe. frown bod" of Jack Boolh. ra-PMikor of th- dam. who wns overcome tav the cold nnd lay down to die n mile from home Two ilotorlsli rrnpped in a nnowdrifl near Collon save-d Ihemselvcs (rom ttem- v..v 0, lnf to donth by bnnitiiK the an l i. bcntlns museum expehlllon j upholstcrmt of their cur until rd tn -nrrlvrt. shrdluKTAOINCHRDU; i "l tail South Sen. A mosnin nrrlved j t h Amencni- s ere a from the imhnsay ;ll Tokyo ,n ,0_ th0 vcssd. CHICAQO. Feb. (An -Stephen aiminn. director of tin Field Mo- >oum. said tonlijiit no coi.cern is nit Ior the safoty Of stenm-r The Legislative Day TlipT-sorlnleil Th- 5'fc.llOO.OOO bill will, ip.insnrs Introduced In i I The bouse vol.-1 lo 4? j Io committee I he untl-hnnd h ronrnrrelil lesolulion I N.imerou.s enrolled w t-, I Hied in joint .iiifion. I The h' wnvs mlnee projKised' to crenfe suliroii j mittee lo Insp'jl state Iniilutloi next nctober aiul (Iclei-ml. .Tpnionriation ni.n-dcllvrry nnd loss of poods i Greenwood caunly highway ,-im I misBlon. rcsponilonts. versus Stan- v.nrd oil Compmiy of New Jersey L Burnett and others alllrmi'd bx hlc-lui-ny commission u remov.il of a slari-jr I owned hy liurneu vhlch piojeclo over land on Highway right of I which the commission lool; Iron, Bur mat under condemnation wlin-h ;i iip.-enlcel from nn order .hul-e Fcntherslone submlttlm; I a special master for ln-irlnc j Othello School Horeuce Coward', tlllxer and equipment for ihe' 1929 CTOIM. Chi.lrmr.il Shell of thc rules com- mittee .wld the rule probably would be brought oefoic tlie house by thc middle of nc.xet week. It provides for one hour's Early action ,11- th? meBSUrc in-fed by a of .scnalors and i-cpiesr-ntntiu-s from Southern states il a hearing the rillCB com- millee pmcepdinc. nn executive slop, .it which the rule wns agreed upon. They drularrd that. Ihe -rs needeti mom y once lo rinanc- lllclr operations foi the coming sen- Senator Sinltll. (Democrat) South Onroiinn. told thc commltt-e thai very essence of the legislation 's lime and that -.ivmjoumcnt and less of farn.i, wjs Involv-tl In failrre '.r delay of He Ihe lose rent nn2er Ihe propORCK law. Ask-B.l hy Clnlrmnn Bnell if any Hi" siiifs hn.-i "done nnythln? to i.-vintn .1'l.ualon." Senator smith de-lni-ed that "South Caro- ikinw an effort to raise ono to- this purpose." Icnntor Smith said some banks In stnt.es affected w-rc being cm- flnailnl-.llv by the ration I pron denructlon. He th-l tDlncco be placed on Ihe biislu with cotton, ns It had lot be-in Inrlud-J In the measure. of the house l-iilln-o -omii-ittec derl.ireil that hn-l no objection lo Ihe pincm? IT was not au- ils nimit.lre to do elad to a'-cept nn to liir'tile lobacco lawards. (Demo- thin In his staf. nf ihe 72.000 far'ivr? affecte.-l bv s1'1'..... foori-'i l.tsi rail, it 1BOOO npply for tii r Simmons. ID-mocratl .roltnn. drcli-.rc-l that the IVM have had m thp islm ot crops. Bank of Aynor nnd olhers resuou 'Ici.ls In re John I. and olhc-." ll-rsu, city of Columbia ami others J-MIICS L. Peurlfoy as receiver of th- American Trus, .ppellauls. judument l.'d. concerned thc -'.nn for Inren-s! court previously rules vrre ,iu, m.- Bank ol Aynor ny Bunk and Tn. The ndvancei loans would bo upnn a-j IT pi-escribe. e for j n th.' crop'; pro.-.uced l-''..er the on.nial hill a, passed bv the sir, 000 000 wouic! but on fin..] -.pprm-'i hy fhr prpsltlent. HAMBOKE'S SIEDiTATISSS J. P. Alley Fciv. H t i- 70 yp.ir o] hC i "-ip'Tlii pI.Tiinin- a tmj.- 'il.'nndi' !n .small '.vhloh !ni f't- Lire, I.I.Ov.ii Mr (01 T'hr is io N'w Ynt 1 -''fponcji'ius. versus S hchnnl nistnri Oroiicc vcrsmi. Tin. [.om a Jnrismnn llH. fii hono-A-pfi nv tiu sc liitstccs. The .MI; rciuc nun i' 'lint tin- iMistrc.i d.'bl was therefor Ir JES' NAcHUi. PESE MIcSGUflS TO Sl'.ooT CRAP5--J5CY5 EASY COilWTiM' CM A.'.M' Ko 5TRAIN IM' CM' DH from Mi. Cranr shout a nuo. when thi was for the In raclfic. In nothfrn UUI- 'Iropperl lo 31 deorcrs bdoL MI-O thi.' mm-nlnj Idaho Biockfooi. Idnho, it WHH fo below. A trusl fiuirl nf Jl.000.000 was plodRfd hy ProrlPrlrk 3. nicn of New llor.lifllr. N. Y., for thc do- fpn.sr of his brother. Drpuly Shrrift Tronor Rlcr, held In connfRilon with thft HlJiying of WlllUin K. .Inrk.ion oi Wllllnm- Aiitlt1, Conn. Spends Quiet Day Fishing At Cristobal j i PANAMA CITY, I'.niim.i I-i-b I' C. rinul'-s A 'dnv spni' a tinlet af'-nvim In rrom l-'innre l-'leld. .amlert a j -fion from the Airplane Carrier .San. from' whl.-h lit- h.Ki J m.iiH-H'i-ts his ariival in h' with the first ma.'i thc Amrrlfan lle'A' fl'tm Albrook Firkl, Mitlbo'i i 'T-o-'. .lie lo France P.elrl II. .M. Vclltp, known nnd anil rlllu'i, ''led at monllis. ilrclnrpil In illm-l C'.ll fr.. a ivi-ll "lllli'lll f.iiiuri i-iiiinn. nl'ilil a an ni Ili-.in c.ni.e oi Ices Siindnv aflcrn...... al II III the Amnlll. nnilh ftn aunflay 'f roulo as Ihnl (H WEATHEll oinii AMI sorru rvnin i- nlllhll Sunday 'pnrlly I liunl.v c. Int.)
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