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   Bee, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1922, Danville, Virginia                               THE DANVILLE REGISTER Associated I'rim, David Lawrence DUimtclu lUlnii- me Up Father and Mutt Jeff. Sunday comU Bcctiwi. CMty delivery 55c a moiuh. leua G per cent. months In advance. Leas 10 per cent. 12 months in advance. Jiy mail OOc a month, 11.20 3 months. ?.1.00 1 year. 1922 FICTION SERVICE Tin1 lit-r'n tkiioii ft-it i.ojisl ,1 of ,t i oju- plete novel written by the boat known authors, every two weeks. To get the nine comics that appear dally In liee It would require the purcliAHins of at least three Metiopolitan papers. Associated Press sservlco. FOUNDED FEBRUARY, 1899. NO. DANVILLE, VA. TIT.SDAV AFmtXOUN. .JAXfARY 17, 1922 PKICE: TWO CENTS eny Death C Graves Eegistration Service Soldiers Declare No Bod- ies of Hanged Privates Were Sent Home With Halters On Necks. (By The Associated Press) Jan' service men on duty with Amer- ican Graves Registration Sen ice France, today denied before- the Sen- ate committee that Oie bodies of soi- .'iers legally hanged in France hanged with a piece of and a blaek cap, as charged by a foimer John B Flynn, of Cambndgu. Mass he was. confident that Benjar-.in King, of "Wilmington, N- O was killed in battic and not lynched as charged by their comrades in France. --------------o---- Texas Soles for the President's Shoes EMPORIA, Kan Jan 10 pewed soles cut from the nide of a Texas steer -will be put on shoes worn by President and Mrs. H tiding by E. A. Spady, Emporia cobbler, who was notified ychteidav that a bundle of old shoes will be sent to him from tne V.'hite House for repairs. "The preeidpnt and Harding are just caujing out the adminis- tration's, polK-y of Mr. Spad> said this afternoon. prr-sicteiit knows it is ex-ragant to away a pair of shoes bpcausc the soles worn through. The av- erage shoe can be resoled three times before- it wears out "I am glad to ha-, c an opportunity to work for Preside-nt I want to i-how him that we can do work for him out in Emporia as good it can be done in "Washing- ton A man ho does not have his shoe rr-soled is foolish There's a 1'it of comfort in an old shoe. If we bad JLO in new shoes all th" tin.e it would run our dispositions" Col. James' Portrait In Oils Completed "RICHMOND, Va Jan. oil I'Ortr-ut o' the Colonel Rorer A Jarne" sia e Demo'r.uic chairman and member of the board of visitors Bf Virgin.a Miluary Leiingion. has been Clinedinst, artist who if large of the Writ of Error In Butler Case (Special to The J-jct- RICH. MONO. Inn 17. TN Supreme Couit today of en or and supersedeas in case .viatliu iiViK'i against the- cotnm-j'i- The case coinet, ficm in- corporation couit ol Danville It is on this that the fate of Garland Gels His Milk some thirty men and women foi l.tinj; pert 0115 "not of good hangs? There ar  prior ID bringing the iscue tht- A v. rit of ei ror in eHm'nal i.- al lowed as a matter of Th" next step will be the setting of a d UP to heir "the and pamjAilet-, contain'rg the will be sub- mitted to the court and aigume-us by attorneys for will heard on the date It v.-'ll prob- ably be late in the the case is reached, owing to tht overburdened condition of the Su- preme court docket at the present time Preacher Missing, Wife of Brother Minister Gon; MARION. Ohio, .Ian 15.- Follow- ing the disappearance a. week ago of the Rev W. Crabtree, pastor of the Free Baptist church at fireen- camp, at the same time that anothei minister's wife was left, the pulpit was declared todax after charges imoKmg moral turpitud" were filed With the Re'- Robert Hushes, of Bucyrus, district superin- tendent. Greencamp, a Milage six miles southwest of Mar-on, 'i> stil! con- A new picture ot Garland, tne rd--.ii -i, changed his mind recently anJ decided to accept the million-dollar legacy he refused because acceptunee conflicted v.th his Heie he is in his tumble-down home on the faTn at North Carver, Mass, le- ceivirs the morn.ng t, jnil.i Bogus Check Is Store Xo developments, taken i.iare n to t'nf na-'-'-t'- of i VI A, c rt ,--V the elonomont of the [bogus check of on -.o- j. n nn-t 1 t.T1 P T i hali. The picture of fames will bp exhibited at the state next week for the inspection if members of geneiai assembly. rt will then bp sent to Lexing'on and in of the Virginia Military Institute. White House Gets a Potato Treasure "WASHINGTON. -Ian Fersey farmers sent to President ind Mrs. Hardens the finest bushel of ft potatoes e-.ei- raised in the state. The package is made up of the pick of blue- ribbon winners at the j Farm Products Show, conducted at] Trenton during farm week by the rate Department of Agriculture. Ap- proximately 125 in number. po- tato in the crate grades a perfect nandaid in color, size and shape. Mr Ciabtree. with the 36-year-old wife of the Rev. H. pastor Bryn Zion church. _M.rs. "Crabtree: made public the charges against her husband three 'dajs after he disap- peared. Trustees of the chutch tabhshed that he went in own auto with Mrs Rush In a rate to his wife, the Rev. Mr. is said to announcPd that fie v.as goirg to Neither Mr.. Crabiree nor the Mr. Rough w-li prosecute, although a weal hy Io of Mrs Rough has engaged drte  c'oc'-c by an aut M driven 1 M e d og 5nv and tbc household v. pnt into tbe strt-rt and pirke'I the injured pr-- tarrifl it int house. A doctor was ca'led in 1 f- ir.s to :t, but t I-1 was too hiirt to bt and it died alter lingering zti the afternoon TuV" bPil to some c "nt ,n D.xio the t con- ttlf friend, who died so.no e.iri aso. ry borre unkno h. in n- Draws Fine for Shooting Negress John w.is this U. XEW YORK. -Tan. flischarc" from the the Knirkerbock-r hospital today "f Foxc, mat- inee Hoi. film star, and Broadway th" tranil" mysfry which the inrHenls which to Ms removal from a ar-an- sufferinc what the doc- tors as a rfiaiijww." prows lo health, jjjR In th" and !of, institution >n a he to comirx-ul on the A, pemncs 1" bj Danville Players Will Meet Tonight DanvfS> will 1o- .it S o'clock in Chamber of rooms. A21 'ft to lake in of WASHINGTON. Jan. Dav's. of D'-par tmT.t. declared tonight thnt h.s d-partnun: -'not in the of .sr-pirat- mg mothers from their in a New YorV. d.s- naicb. vlurJi th.it Mr- Dionis. co'irt for Ret tie ten at a house j on Giant thr sun off a et been s. ut this was not based on any in the plans, but simply because he had not undertaken thp arduous of mak- in gsuch mathematical calculations on the blue prin's which will be nec- before a permit to build the theatre is given. Mr Linville said that the theatrical concern had ask-. eel him to pass upon the store plans at once in order that thev might be immediatelv built, and this he did promptly, giving them an official O K" and a permit. The theatre, Mr Lim.ille says he was given to under- stand, is being delayed for the time being, and until he is notified by the tfoutnern Amusement Comnanv that it is ready to proceed with the under- taking he willj not devote the time to going over the plans and declaring them satisfactory from the standpoint of public safety. Wife of Walked Sues Blankenship Suit lias been instituted in the cor- porafoi court bv Mrs. Hattie S Wa'ker administratrix of the late Gile? A Walker, against W. H. Blankenship who is charged with murdering Walker, aekmg for ono damages. With the papers has 1 been filed an attachment on Blank- nship'.s property, it being alleged in he accused man is il estate property I into cash and is otherwise disposing of his estate in such a way that it cannot be levied unon in the event of s.r adverse jury verdict. The declaration in the case is a simple one. setting forth the alleged laci-iliai lilankeEslup ..tJKice shot and ttrrred a ground for damages. The case will he on the Februar> docket of the corporation court, but wil Idoubtless no: be tried until the criminal issue has been determined Wilson's Murder Mystery Deepens WILSON, N. C.. Jan. mystery was attached tonight to the murder weeks ago of Mrs Miles Pearsall whose body, with a bullot through the heart, was found in the back of her home Friday night, with the finding of the body of Miles Pears-ill last night hidden in a clump of bushes near the spot his vrife'p body was discovered Pearsal! bad been shot in the back. Sheriff Howard reported the finding of Pearsall's body today. Search for unidentified man woman who had lived at the Pearsall home is being rr.ade. Will Bring Snow By Railway For Ski Tournament (Bv The Associated CAKY. 111.. Jan. the na- tional ski tournament only five days away, no snow is on the slide and arrangements have been made to have snow broaglit from Iowa Violence Seen in Strike At Norfolk Must Have New Tags By Feb. 1st t'hief of Police .lames 11 K now issuing new city license tags to the owners of automobiles, have affixed on their cars by Feb- ruary 1st both state and city The state law provides that the state license tag" shall be on cars by Jan- uary 1st. but it is usually 1st before the law is enforced, as fa.i owners often e compelled to wait some tjrne before the state license reaches them This vear the chief is issuing the small Danville tags beaiing a num- ber so that it will now bo easy to identify and de.ermine the ownership of any machine owned in Danville, as the on the narrow, choco- late-rolored strip are registered at the courthouse. H.thrrto it has been necessary to communicate with Rich- mond before the number of a Dan- ville-owned car could be definitely traced The state this jf-ar is issuing truck licenses with the word "truck" clear- ly stencilled on the plate This, the police say, js a good innovation, since it will prevent the utilization of truck tags on passenger ears, instances of which e been sometimes recorded here. Conductor Is Hurt and Croaa Ties Are Placed on Track Has More Cars in A in Norfolk. Little Girl Is Painfully Scalded Kath'yn fourteen-year- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hopkins who resicie on Noble avenue, in Schoolfield, was painfully scalded this morning when she accidentally overturned a of hot water which was on the kitchen stove. The youn? girl was preparing to go 10 school when the -iccident occurred, whir-h was about 8 30 o'clock In some way she a kettle of the steaming hot water and before she could get out theh way was badly scalded on both legs from the knees down A physician was called and soothing lotions applied to the agon- izing injuries. Her condition is not regarded serious unless cold is con- tracted Officers Guarding the Abingdon Jail BRISTOL, Jan. John M Litton, of Abingdon, announced at 10 o'clock -tonight that an armed guard has been thrown about the jail at Abington as the result of notifi- cation that, of, njountaineers was marching to Abington from-Moc- casin Gap to effect the release of Martin Lyerly, who was arrested three days ago when officers seized 75 gillons of moonshine liquor near Abington. (By The Associated RICHMOND, Jan. officials today said that fourteen cars were operated today compared with rjx yesterday. Portsmouth reported that not a car had operated there up to noon At Norfolk the first vio- lence was reported when a conductor was injured by flying glass when chunks of cement was thrown through. the care windows ties were found on the tracks in a. suburb. It i, repoKecl that fewer cars were op- er.ited in Norfolk today than yester- day No Improvement In Richmond Strike (Special to The Bee.) RICHMOND. Va., Jan. improvement in the'street car situa- tion was observed this morning, anc1 when an occasional car does' appear it is seen that the patronage is l.ght Thv fleet of jitneys trucks and pri cars in operation today showi an enormous increase over yesterda; and thev are crowded to capacity Manv of cars are making ni charge for service, but accepting anj donations that are made rdr the sup- port of men who formerly ran the cars. So far as can be loomed, the union men are standing firm. nf- forts ate being made to begin nego- tiations looking to but_ the situation is not promising j Administrator Rison Estate Named The late John F. Rison left no will difcposing of his estate, and Judge D. Price "Withers has appointed Al- bert F. Patton as administrator of" the estate. Mr Patton has given a bond of The court has also appointed five well known citizens to appraise in current money the per- sonal estate of the deceased. The Tna-med'are C. GrSdt C. L.. Booth G. G Temple, John Swanson and James I. Pritchett, These gentlemen will appraise the holding of Mr. Rison and will make a report to the administrator. by i .1 Island with :nreo of chillr'-i. i- her thrce-j'ionths-old inf-int. 3iorn In j 'i Poland. :h" im- i authorities me i qiioJa for 3 No; 4. tr I- o.id stree: brti-e 3as" -r v o' itins: Harding Praises Roads Development Orders Inv s admit habits in forward iry said, surh 'on of "'b'- Sofa Used by Napoleon VV- The CHICAGO. Jan. puWu improvement ha." done more Rood to the roun'ry than highway io a Harding wrote the Naticn- Good Rnads Unhatched Chicken Heart Still Beats After Ten Years i By The Associated Press rn-TlV yORp. .Jan. of tlio heart of a chicken that nei- cr was liatrlird is beating today on tcirJh anniversary or re- moval from embryo anrt i.-o- kifiini Dr. Carrcll. of tlic Uockefollor Institute. to! are cordiaJly invltod to atlond this meeSinjt or 3o in Jheir It is the thosf who ar" 3n the I.V.llT mrnt 10 have inr-mhTi of ibis in traJninir and and oT is 3iome w3io io tame and "o- Z a strong and per- orsanjzalJnTi in Ihis com- Postponed Meeting of Council Tonight Taken from Germans i Chicago Closes Municipal Shop Baby Found in Satchel Had Tape Over Mouth PHILADELPHIA. strips of adhe-.jvc Lire plastered over hi.' mouth and nostrils to pro-, er.t an outvry a 3-week-old baby w.. found ihis morning in a sntfhvl i'i room at tne Lsf.le Holt 1 by man; The maid opened the an 3 s. r.K s jiljghj One slr.p, about an had n jilastered across in'iuu. j wJiii" ;aKr-Jvi I the hosirils r.nd ndfd bxlow c3nn. The w.i'! ;o tl-o and shni' il Tli- IfXtur.- and of 1 nliicli it 3..i-j States Which Will Get Fed eral Help Must Match Ap- propriation by the Gov- ernment. 1 <5 Four f <3ty i1! ho :3 Tor of ill1 fu31 snunHy. Durham School Boy Is Killed by Automobile 11 that for X C.. Jan. Hun a 3iv a lo the side ,-ipart- of regsry ShaTior. of i'' Fox.'1 was found, swroably j'3, and ihe  TI th TI 
                            

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