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Bee, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1922, Danville, Virginia 1922 Fiction A New Novel Every Two Danville Register Delivered Daily Before Breakfast FOUNDED FEBRUARY, 1899. NO. DANVILLE, VA., TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 10 1922 PRICE: TWO CENTS. V3i Names of All Men Hanged to Be Made Public Probing ComMttee Jo Be Given Full Ameri- can Records Bearing on Executions in France. (By The Associated "WASHINGTON, Jan. Ifclete records of American, soldiers ihanged in France after court martial will be cabled immediately to the Department, Col. Bethel, Judge advocate-general, testified before the committee investigating Senator Watson's charges. He said the names not given to the press out of consideration to men's -families. He said the records showed that Een- 1 jamin King, of Wilmington. N. C, was killed in action or died of wounds and that there was no evidence to show that King was killed by "Hard- boiled" Smith's oncers, as previous witnesses testified. Would Expand College Athletics 9 (By The Press.) NEW YORK, Jan. effort is being made at the convention here to expand Intercollegiate Association Amateur Athletic of America into a nation-wide organization, including southern colleges Seamen Are Dying Out Tne CHICAGO Amer- ican imT w'1! become exfnct, according thf Int'-rn ttional St'a- inf-n s nion claiming that the Ship Hoard not crcouragp them Weather Report. WASinXGTOX. Jan. Virginia: Rain tonight and Wed- nesday: probably snow in tl'C mf-iin no change in temper- c.tnre. Ran Down Woman With Car; Fined J. O. Gunn, a farmer of Caswell county, was given a trial in the police court this morning- on a charge of assault on Mrs. Molhe Patterson, whom he ran into several weeks ago, inflicting such Injuries that Mrs Pat- terson was confined to the hospital for some time. Gunn was fined JjO and costs on the charge. An appeal was noted by Gunn through his coun- sel. It will be remembered that a few days after the accident, which occur- ed at the corner of James and North Main streets, Gunn was fined on a charge of driving an automobile while Intoxicated and for reckless driving Gunn, it was charged, attempted to pass a street car which was discharg- ing passengers and struck Mrs. Pat- terson and dragged her several feet under the machine He then ran in- to, a telegraph pole, knocking it down, and only stopped when he struck a larger pole. The testimony of eye- witnesses this morning was against Gunn and the evidence justified con- viction. Gunn denies being drunk and claims that the brakes on his car were defective and that he could not the machine. Colonel TjColes Will Live In Ohio Colonel Thorras .1 insur- ance agent, of Chatham appointed on Governor Davis' staff last week is leaymg for Cincinnati. January 20 to make tha: city home It learned here tonight it pre- sumed, will give the governor an op- j portumtv to some one else on before he goes out of office Febiuarv 1. Colonel Coles is origin- al! v from Eastville BREAKS WORLD'S SPEED RECORD J II James as he landed after breaking the world s saeert rerord for one kilometer at Martlesham, England He attained a speed of 21. mi lets an hour in a p. Napiei biplane Blankenship Freed On Bond Following Hearing Accused Pool Room Owner Gives for First Time His Version of Killing of Giles Walker, Claiming Self- Defense. No Further Cases Xo further cases of sirall pox have been to the c.tj health office jnd 11 is that the precau- tionc taken have Confined the maladv i to those three families in which it v is first observed. 1 ight Brews ver Judgeship Aiken-Clsinent Affair Takes On Appearance of a Full- Fledge Political Scrap. Woman Democrat Slated to Contest Seat In Congress With Big Issues Involved. WASHINGTON. Jan 9 ing-on ib beginning to look toward ihr- of a Democrat.r ron- flv iron indicate tnat Mrs Izfta Erown vvno the '-t' r iast of Joseph LI to i. Jul.an Henry and J- E WiiKin Drow 'i to R.chmonu a wariTi ,1 not o.tter for the ic- n o. JjJge A M A ken ha- j. :i ate.il that 1 .1, zrt v.oii C In n: i'i" for the ii i 01 C n" '1 i i r fv -t 1.I1U i< (.11 tin --jp- s -I of Chatham, th.i; <'t the OP-HIO- r.'-id in Kichni-j.Ki f. i f i '.b o hJ't J The 'Sfe'ji .v b-o 'd' ;nlo o'i. of Gover-
it and a fight developed The two fought their wa> into the stieet and it was alleged, Cai-vcr crew out a long knife and began to slash away at James who was lying -with his back on the giound having slipped up in the mud. A coat covered with mud was evidence that cne ovvnur had been on lus back in a mud hole. James recHved a slight cuts on the arm Carver de'med that he had a knife, but charges that James h'i'i the knfe and he was trjing to take it axvay from him. Other cases disposed of this morn- ing were: Lawrence Fry. coloied, flneS 319 95 for beating his wife Floyd Coates, fined Sll 50 for not having proper lights on his car DEATH LIQUOR KILLS FIVE MEN AT HOBOKEN (By The Associated HOBOKEX. Jan. men died today after drinking: liquor believed to hare been from a sailor New Volcano Is In Eruption (Bv The Associated Press SAX JUAX DEL SUR. Nicaragua, Tan. volcano Omttepe is in eruption The vegetation is covered ith ashes, much cdfcle is dead and inhabitants are fleeing, terrified Announce Another Royal Betrothal (By 'the Associated _ King Alex- ander, of Jugoslavia, has become en- gaged to Princess Marie second daughter King Ferdinand, of Ruman- ia it is publicly announced Railroad Clerks Press Demands __ (By The Associated CHICAGO Jan. 10 pay for overtime and an eight-hour day are the principal points sought by the lailroad clerks in controversies before the Railroad Labor board. ITi'bbarrl pnrl IIT n- Tohn .1 TO fiav: -n I0 1 Pi ovv r rep _ Walker JvouETiit forth c'.Tm spcoi.d Woji'4liat fP.'ankpnPh'nt owed hin-> Si tbit ho loM 'XViik- not owe th" debt whirp Will of Isaac H. Kaufman Probated in Richmond ilistr.cl in Conei and i Tict -fore him father was "r that Wvbt Viijr.ma" consresMiian to IIT. >a: Mis n has a good An rnor. she -3 by frou Jho an 3 for tb-f of th" to tile' Mrs n bvn ait.vr work ha- j TO; announced hv-r c.ind.dacv her i fi .cnds are boosting it Roport-s that! Al.c" his incurred j t IT d. "-pleasure of ii'r lo o Mrs Kc-nlah IT Mr- WT? sjaf d for th" the failure of a quorum, in which pv-f-nt the session will be dui ing tiie coming week The Public committee met yesterday evening and discussed the road work to be undertaken during e coming vc-ar The committee showed no disposition to change the list of stieets alreadv agreed upon The committee felt that it had no right to change the streets it is pro- posed to improve after the people of the community had voted for the jond issue with the understanding .hat they would be smooth-paved Here and there it was decided to rec- ommend full-width paving of some streets instead of half width The committee is anxious to have the pro- gramme completed, so that no time may be lost in re starting street work ivith the advent of Spring. The Finance committee will prob- ably meet on Thursday This prom- ses to be an important meeting, for t is proposed to brirfg up the ques- U6n of additional equipment for the city electric power house and for the city pump house. The anticipated expenditure it the power house to provide power generating machinery necessary to take care of the city's rapid increased use of electricity, will pe about and how to finance .he improvement is what will be chiefly discussed. As it will take about eight months to have the tur- bine built and the additional boilers installed, piompt action on this ques- lon is anticipated, since it is declared that the city cannot go through an- other winter without materially in- creasing its productive machinery. Dail Eireann Elects Him to Presidency of Ireland, While De Valera Faction Leaves Chamber as Pro- test. The Associated Press.) DIT.UX, Jan Grif- fi'li was today unanimously elected piesidcnt of the Dail Eireann. De Yaleia and his followers walked out while the vote was taken, in protest MK hael Collins was cliosen finance miners. (Uy The Associated Press.) BLJX. Jan. toiiaj urged tin; Dail to form quickly ait Irish provisional, government to prevent anarchy. CHARGE ENTIRE POLICE FORCE DRUNK XMAS (By The Associated Press KEOUGHTAX. Va., Jan. Charges that the entire police force of this ton a was intoxicat- ed on Christinas day will be in- vestigated by the town council. J j Chief Dry Agent Touring South (By The Associated Press.) "W ASHIKGTOX, Jan. Prohibition Agent Tellowley is on an investigation tour in the South which Commissioner Haynes said will result in an increased drive on moonshiners and bootleggers. Bullet Riddled Curtain Reported Owes Life To Slip of Knife SIAXGTUXG. Kansu Province. J.in Wonsr Ah-nyi, not so long ago a captured bandit under sentence of death in this little Chin- ese community, walks the streets of the city a free man today, and he is a figure that commands a -certain measure of awe and respect due to d circumstances. With MX companions he was cap- iuied while engaged in a lawless en- terprise and in accordance, with the swift justice of the Chinese he and the other sit were promptly convict- d and led out to be executed The heads of the were quickly chopped off. but by a mischance when the knife descended upon Wongs neck it did not sever the head ttut inflicted a gaping wound. was taken as a sign that some special spirit was acting as Wong's guardian ami neither the executioner KM any other dared agftin pwing the Stone Family Away at N. Wilkesboro, C., At- tending Slain Man's Fun- eral Said to Have Made Discoveries. Wong was taken to the yamen of i the magistrate, who also was ini- so much so that the official not onlv granted the culprit a full pardon, luit Ive also gave AV'ong .a let- ter of introduction those in charge o! the mission hospital The Chns- li.in'doctor in charge there restored Wons to vvHi-boinc and he goes tod.ii a. free man and one to Huge Icicles Stop Train in Tunnel ir.uii in a mountain tunnel j or vfvcral <-u" awav iif. jioun-d mlo tunnel ib" roof was -o- j-lrict Report of Warren's Death Is Erroneous r ;rr< nt 11 73ii- 113. I" of 3'i-T. i'3< rv -1- ii'3 ii" trades The iram juovinc at .1 lirouchJ a stop wuhj'i .1 fcv j ll'Mir'S VV 3 m f> -n -T.3" 777- j< 71 i x hous-r S of :n 3 Mv J i U l] A 1 j nt ii' i 3j illJ v' on prom- i or-" of Hfl fll" '1 ri I' "'O'l 7T-1 S 51 .it of iho i 1 ,n Xorjh Carolina >ji.S are I 31 "Tit 311 ml. Jn< K Salt frrely. Don'i any other kind. g for a few IJi h-j Mrs M M. inn, of Ihf of Mrs. F. X. lon Main Si. 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