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   Bee, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1922, Danville, Virginia                               CT" Sold Dally Registers Bees Danville Register Delivered Daily Before Breakfast FOLDED FEBRUARY; 1899. NO. 6.050. DANVILLE, VA., FRIDAY AFTKKXOON. JANUARY 0, 1922 EMEN ROBBED WHILE ON DUTY (Thief Enters Patton St. Sta- tion as Force Combats Lower Main St. Blaze- Money and Watches Are members of Fatten rtreet fire department were-fighting the conflagration on- lower Main street early this morning, some thief or thieves entered their quarters next to the courthouse and ransacked i clothes, stealing about in i money and two valuable watches. E. B. Redd had taken. Charles Bond about James Mansfield, a I watch valued at and W. R. i Hudgins another valuable timepiece. The matter has been taken up by the police but so far as known they have as yet no clue on which to work. Mr. Mansfield was the first to learn that the firemen had been victims of I thieves. After returning from the fire, he changed clothes and started to breakfast. Putting hla hand into i his pocket to learn the time, he found that his watch was missing. He at first thought that some of the other firemen had hidden the time- piece to play a he went home. prank on him, and He returned to the station before he thought of the mat- ter seriously. He made known his loss to the other firemen and all went to the dressing room on the second 1 floor and soon found that the) place Wife Puts Sleuth After Husband PETERSBURG, Va., Jan. Three Richmond people, a. man and wife and another married woman, figure In an eternal triangle case, one of the most sensational that the local police have had to deal with in some time. This case came to light yes- terday when cases of F. J. Keck, known mea.t dealer of Rich- mond, and Mrs. W. J. Haverstraw, also of Richmond, were called in po- lice court. Both were charged with misdemeanor. Mrs. Haverstraw played the lead- Ing role In the triangle play, accord- ing to the police, until Mrs. Keck un- expectedly assumed that pait. It is said Mrs. Keck became suspi- cious of her husband's actions lately and recently put a detective on his trail. When Keck and Mrs. Haver- straw left Richmond in the former's THE OLD 5-CENT LOAP RETURNS automobile last Sunday detective was following night, this and trailed the pair to the Jefferson hotel where registered under a name given by a man. Mrs. Keck was summon- ed from Richmond by the sleuth and hurried here. Verifying the report of the detective, Mrs. Keck swore out a warrant before a magistrate and accompanied by a city detective went to the hotel after her spouse. She accompanied the officer to the room in the place where the pair are al- leged to have been staying. Faced with the indignant wife. Keck and the other woman were forced to sub- mit to arrest and were taken to po- The 5-cent loaf of bread is back, in New for the first time since re-war davs. Some stores are selling a pound loaf for a nickel and others are selling a 14-ounce loaf. De Valera Quits (By Tlie Assoilatoil Pi OHM today resigned the Piv-1- dono of lo Wall Klrcaiin alno of the- cablix't. I lo told Dull he would offer for election. )ie a rnninct wlilch would with lilni. __ Social Given By PRICE: I'WO Reserves Verdict at uivwi In N O's Case Tuscarora Club Final Audit on Tobacco Sign-up lice headquarters, where the misde- meanor charge was booked against them. ---------------o--------------- had been robbed. The bed rooms, however, had not been entered and money left in that part of the build- ing was not taken The thief was both bold and cau- tious in his activities. He evidently knew that there was   tnv office, also the store ,e furniture company. Belays rv store and Main street restart- by K. and J- Silier- men saving that it was comparative y to" reach the blav.e The cjhnder norths.de engine pumpec and the West end ap- paratus gave two. For the first few minutes the natural pressure was poor, but this was due to the lact that the noithside pump was foruvig water into the North Danville Neapo A quick to the power Fiatiui re-ulted in the electric pump be npr svv itched on and in a few seconds the natural pressure became the strong- ever known in that low secfon ot the town. Fiiemen carried one stream roofs from the extenuation of street and other? were pourtd ,nto the flames from Craghcad and  ordered pursuit of bundus who killed an American cit- izen Timothy Coatcllo. of Pennsyl- vania His partner. James Kelly, a British subject, to wuety through. the hail of o Youth Gets Term For Money Theft Ralph Beason, a fault apparently about 18 years of age, wng this mom- ing sentenced to serve 90 days in jail and fined S5 on a charge of stealing" ?40 Mr. in cui-romy from the home at- and Mrs. J. Luther Lee on Pat- 5. H. Warren returned this morn-1 ing from attending the meeting of the organization committee of the Tri-State Co-Operative Tobacco Mar- keting association which was held in Raleigh, N. C. yesterday. Mr. War- ren reports an enthusiastic meeting of the 25 delegates from the states of Virginia, North and South Carolina. There were eight delegates from Vir- ginia, 15 from North Carolina and two from South Carolina. Mr. Warren in summarizing the work done, said that it was agreed for the chairman of each state or- ganization to call mass meetings of locals in each state between January llth and January 18th. These mass meetings will be held on January 30th at which-tuna-detegateH-wilL to elected to district of representation being one delegate for every million pounds of tobacco raised. On February 2nd at the dis- trict meetings a board of directors for the Virginia organization will be chosen, also delegates to meet at leigh, N. C., February Sth when a working force for the tri-state asso- ciation will be elected and a president who will govern the activities of the entire organization. Mr. Warren said that the tic figures on the sign up of the three states were thoroughly encouraging Virginia leading with 92 per cent, of the growers signed. American Legion Aux. Meeting Tuesday On next Tuesday, a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary (former- ly Women's Auxiliary of the Ameri- can Legion) will be held at the Me- morial Mansion at 4 o'clock p. As this is the first meeting- in the ne-v year, several business of considerable importance will b3 tak- en up. Membership is limited to mothers. sisters. wives and daughters of Legionaires, and to the mothers, sis- ters, wives and daughters of men or women who died in service prior to November 11. 1920. ton street. The jouth whose home is in North Caiohna. was a boarder at the house and a few days ago suddenly left without paying his board bill. Mrs. Lee alleged that he had taken two bills from her pocketbook. Mr. bee started for the of thii young man and when the train reached Greensboro he got off on dio platform and chanced to see" Beason, who caught sight of him and started to walk hurriedly Mr. ueo overtook him and asked him about taking the money. The. 'bay em- phatically denied the theft and went so far as to tell him to take the mat- ter up with .the police if necessary. Knowing that he had no money and seeing that he was wearing new clothes, Mr. Lee was that he had the right party. On further questioning, the youth admitted tak- ing the money and when asked If he would not rather come on to Danville than remain in jail'in Greensboro for several days, he consented to come back. Young Beason pleaded guilty this morning and asked the mercy cl tho- court. He said that he "was out of.' work and knowing that he could not, stay at the house much longer, he thought he would take the money and leave town. Allies Agree To Also Russia (By The Associated PressO CANNES, Jan. AlUrd Supreme Council has approved unanimously the calling of an In- ternational Economic Conference to be participated in by Germany and Russia. Seaboard Bay Line Asks Loan (By The Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Jan. Sea-j board Bay IMi3, a. subsidiary of thev Seaboard Oir Line railroad, today ap- j piled to the Interstate Commerce' Commission for a loan of to purchase new railroad rolling) stock. A. CANADA EEAVES. r G. B. Updykc who has been an at Patterson's drug store, been promoted to the management of the Danville store, taking the of A. T. Canada who recently left. Danville to become associated in drug business at Greensboro. Judge Harvey's Chances Bright Lr.nl attorneys no small in the recent by rr.nik P- Christian jnvahd she city anti- liquor ordinance. is --uniJar so vcar nco. A s w ri" arc rallying however to his support tint it w-j'H be the vehicle-for 1 and not intend to see another r by for Change in circuit court Jvnch 1 com jc' '5 of 5he wjthout a strong fight for tli'-ir can- ncj. Company Opens Headquarters Here To Be Accountable For Acts Of Piracy (Hv Will Cut Down Grade Crossings, Wedding Licenses a _ onirin. j- Tor jho jo ;he r-d Mae adjoininff properly ;he Danville wa- Kivcn. i Oo-.lc Cohb K.-atricc d on r. Co Jwat try JACK KKORT Table Sail. X. C.. ami AJadSc Your" supply TOU. adv. i rrnrt N C. 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