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Bee, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1922, Danville, Virginia THE DANVILLE REGISTER AMOclated David Lawrence Dispatches. Bring- ing Up Father and Mutt Jeff. Sunday comic section. City delivery 65c a month, less 6 per cent. six in advance. 10 per cent. 13 months in advance. By mail 60c a month, 3 months, 1 year. 1922 FICTION SERVICE Tin fiction service wl'l consist of a com- plete novel, written by the best known authors, every 'wo wpckH To get tho nine that appear daily in Th" it would require thu purchasing of at loast thic" Metropolitan Asttoclated Frew service. FOUNDED FEBRUARY, 1899. NO. JMNVILLE, YA., TIIFHSDAV AKTKKNOON, JANUARY 12, 1922 PRICE: TWO CEfcTS I V i ite Man Cleared Slaying Negro John Foster of Oak Level Makes Short Work of Ne- gro Who Drew' Rifle on Him and Made Threat. News was received here this morn- Ing from Martinsville of a homicide which took place at Oak Level yes- terday when John Foster, a farmer highly respected in that neighbor- hood. shot and killed Jud Panmll, a negro farm laborer. Foster surren- dered to the authorities and was tried by a lull court of magistrates at the scene, who exonerated him after the testimony of two or three eyewit- nesses bad been heard. The justices declared it to be a case of justifiable homicide. Panmll, the evidence revealed, ar- rived in front of Foster's home in the Oak Level neighborhood yesterday morning with a Winchester rifle over his shoulder He called Foster from his premises into the road Foster complied with the negro's -wish and on reaching the highway was told by the negro "Now I've got you where I want you As he said this he took his Winchester from his with apparent intention of using it Foster, however had a 4o calibre revolver in his pocket and be- fore the negro could shoot Foster fired at his antagonist four times. Three bullets took effect in the body and one in the head Any of them could have had fataV effect or three people saw tne km lng "Foster remained standing by the bodv of the dead negro until oth- er! had' notified the authorit rv heanng irnmed'ately the onlv conclusion reached was tha Pannill was the for drink wnen made Ms bold summons to the v bite man. _ -n Farmer Has Close Call Alighting' Off Train A. Pittsylvania. farmer rarrowl> rscVd serious injury early yesterday morning when he aijghted from truln Vo 10 when it was nearto m. W.3I Perry, county dew-. ion agent, who witnessed the et. said that the conductor of thp train which leaves here at live o-clork in chc- morning had. accord- ins to the usual custom announced Chatham -tation soon after the tia-n had blown half a mi'e before it vhc-n the farmer picked up hi? va'ise a-.d has'e-ins out n to tlU vesubul- off th- tram and ,0'ful ovfr scve-al ur.i-s. He was noL 5iurt how-mer. and he assembled n.s and footed to the tio" irriving before the train out Asked by th" conductor why hp had so the i in is stated to lw 'bat it was 'hf time had ridden on a tra n and thought that when the conductor announced the stop that ti was tnn- for him to get off May Eliminate Certain Trains Further reduction in income from passenger and freight service on the Southern Railway system threatens to result in the annulment of certain trains Just before Christmas it was indicated at the offices of the South- ern Railway, Northern Division, in the Dudley building, that unless there was a turn for the better in the rail- way economic situation, it would be compelled to reduce the number of trains run in order to pare expenses It was proposed to eliminate on January 14th trains Nos 137 and 138. running between Washington and Charlotte, but this order has been rescinded or postponed temporarily because it was found difficult to work out good connections between the Southern trains and those on the Pennsylvania system at Washington Tram No. 137 leaves Washington at p. m. and reaches Danville at a m. -Train No. 138 leaves Charlotte at 9 10 a m and passes northward through her at 3-16 The original plan to remove these two trains Included a change in the schedule of train No 32 and to op- erate that train on the present sched- ule of No. 38. At the Southern offices it was said that there was little doubt but that some passenger trains would be an- nulled m the near future It was said that all of the Southern Railway shops have been idle since Christmas except for the purpose of making running repairs and keeping the rolling stock in condition to be operated There has been no im- provement In the movement of freight nor passenger travel since Christmas and the revival expected early in the current vear has thus far failed ;o make itself apparent to the railwaj company t( Influence" Will Have No With Governor RALEIGH. X C. Tan 31 Cov- et nor 'Morrison announced today pardon week would be discontinued He found it was not satisfactory, and people persisted in being heard in be- ttreen weeks to such an extent as to maKe it impracticable to continue the custom The governor declared IIP would not grant any pardon nereatter where the party seeking it undertook to influerce nini through close per- sonal or political friends He this such an improper thir ir do he voulcl not consider par-ln.'-ii j o- ple who sought to 1- ibn wav He knew of no to it. and he vouUl .akf1 in tae futurp he He said this not apply to jt- torneys. in the regular ordenv -vaj appearing before him as satPd attorneys or to friends who rea'lv knew hing about the case and in an orderlv and nalurai sought to give him facts but he did not propose to have campaigns run to influence him in the admin- istration of justice Martial Law in Texas Oil Town Mexia in Turbilence Fol- lowing Effort to Clean Up Gambling Resorts and So- loons. (Bv The Press.! AUSTIN, Texar. Jan. law has been proclaimed by Governor Xeff at MoMa. Texas an oil town where raniccrs have been on duty sance th" "cleaii-up" campaign against and samMir.g report? inaugurated. Bnc-idirr Gon- oral wns placed in with power to the National Guard if necessary. Is "Cave Man." Kiss at 2 A. M. Worth CHICAGO. Jan- U. An analysis of a kiss and the valuation 5 hereof. a transaction between unwed ann is in th? hands of Judge Kenesaw M. and a jury jn the Suporaor court. MnthiMe Benkhardl was a Mudenl nurse in jutal at a- ffl.. April 24. A1 thai mcwiKMn. shr charge. Mtlrhcll and turning hrr fato kissed wants for that Ksss." Moreover, "caudal which lo not remember anything about 51. Kiwaniana Will Hold Meeting Tonight at 7 Danville will Jo- t at jso-.en o'clock hold firs: tlng of New rhalrnrpn or aJT.nr wharh he held a? MurJon. arc Kov. Malcriini S Taylor .lolan rs and Manly n .Ir Acoordanst "O Jhc ,at w lo be a musical mcel- REPORT. WASIIIXOTOX. Jim. 11. For Vlrjrinia: Generally fair and FrMay. except probably In i lie Xo in temporannr. Grant Amnesty To Prisoners (By The Associated Press LONDON. Jan. 12 Geors- has granted a. general amnesty :n respect to political oilen.ses committ- ed m Ireland prior to thf operation of the truce last Julv." jt vias an- nounced hero The release of prisonT- will begin jmrsiediatpjy Five Jurors Still To Be Chosen (P-y Th" Assoc'ated Press SA NFRANCISCO J.vi jurors to in second trial of Arbuckle. charjrod with manslaughter in con- nection the- death of Virginia Uappe. Final Revision of Treaty Under Way
and ville counties f and I'rmce Edv.ard coun- ti< D. strict Xo 6 CeU- C. o AnnomattO'v and Am- h iv A" up D Xo 7. while all ot tne northernmost counties ir the Virgin. a tobacco felt are included in Xo S whi'n contains Xei- Cumberland. Pow him I'and FluvaTiia Hanov fr. Orol r' p-icl I.ou.i-a oountipp i wil hp allowd lor mil pounds o: fiartinn s sned ovr bv thf tr-ow to be signed by the chairman of the finance committee and the treasurer. The plan a great saving: in clencal and will render accessi- ble specific information more quick- ly than under the present method. The auditor also is undertaking1 a surve> of all the insurance policies held by the municipality and a. care- ful listing of these Heretofore the policies alone have been kept on file and on occasion it han resulted in loss of time running over the poh- Council Meeting V Go Over to Raising Forms for the Final Stories The height of the two final stories of the Masonic Temple was well de- fined today when workmen raised the wooden forms into which the con- crete will be poured The last two stories will be twice the height of the' other storiese of the building and will materially increase the freight of the finished temple Another floor must be poured on top the of the column' now being reared and when that has been nn- mshed moulds eaually high will be place on the last story whnch will bear the roof. Structural steel beams will be used freely in the remainder of the build- some of these having arrived Workmen have raised block and sufficiently stout to bear the weighs of these heavy iron btr'is which must be lifted to the top of the building: Several people been heard to enquire whether or not Danville's tallest structure would include a roof garden" There is none in prospect at present time but the building is adapted for one and a number of citizens have heard to say that it would be a pleasurable feature and incidentally would be a source of ad- ditional revenue to the Temple Cor- .poratioa, poured a inagniBceflt-view over -the surrounding country and those who propobe to have offices on the highest floors utilized for that nurpose will experience a feelinu of impos- sible jn lower structures. Chatham to Play a Double Header Saturday (Special to The Bee.) CHATHAM. Jan 12 Training School will have a formal opening- of its new gymnasium Sat- urday inght at eight o'clock. After a few informal remarks, Chatham will take the floor against the strong quint representing the Presbyterian Sunday-school of Danville. Immedi- ately upon conclusion of the first half of the Chatham-Danville game Chat- ham will send another team on the floor to tattle the Lynchburg Hife'11 School team. The Chatham charges have going at top speed since the holidays and are expected to make a creditable showing, notwithstanding these are their fim games of season The two -tcanib Chatham fo far. look so nearly equal that it has been almost impossible to choose better of the two teams U idors n Fifn '1.-- j tice" at R.ohT'ond ovi th- e bill v .11 1" inti o- til" Squire Fitts Gives His Vital Statistics v 1-p c-.fn t" 11. S Kitts :odnv ms Fifth nrt era' ou1- nd T on 'ho v.i.si dur- .-nrf frnr- inir v i'i hi" i-nr.tristTi.il from the T-'iih .''nd 'rim i- u- <-i .nto th' N.ntl" 5' P u n v. as disposed of ord'-r niorn- jrjc Will Motley. fiin-d arid for Kivini: an entrrtain- charRin and failinc 10 TirDVid" 3promotion Jll Tor Greek Patriarch Taken From Office Submarine Said ,Head of Church Is Found To Be Booze Guilty of Traitorous Con- MAT. N -T T sn Hirm svn and Prdro I.fiinin-r'on. fi of 1 HriKht X J who n Cape May hirbor o' dtoday duct and Ordered to Mon- asterr. thinK I1 J- jn the hoose-runni- fro intlip craf" 1bal h ri" b4 "1 to Now ha 1- il 'i.r; by the Metro- today found Rev. 1 iv elected pa -j-r< li Constantinople RU'lty 'n-Tij'tinK to iirinc about n i hurrh WAS of t-very a monk JTI "Kitrhfn Maid" the latent improved K Cabjnf-t for at low bv KwrTs. Co. 1-12B21R31 SUNDAY REGISTER Next Sunday Order from your neus.dfaltT in Transport Crook Weathers Gale Tho Jan ra grani from tho trandport Crook hnrj.' inf. Arnfrjcan from n anv <-aid that the night but did not f.iij-< to up. ThJ5 posilio.i C'v The NOGALES Auz Jan 12 tronary declared to Jx- heid-
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