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   Bee, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1922, Danville, Virginia                               THE DANVILLE REGISTER Associated Duvld Lawrence Disputes. mii Up Father and Muu Sunday City delivery 60c a month. per cent. sK months in advance. Less 10 per cent. mouths In advance-. By mail 50c u month, a months, 1 >ear. FICTION SERVICE Tlw Uee'H Hctlon service vonBist of a cnm- jik-te novc'. wiHtf'n by the bent known auilio-x. oveiy weeks. To get the that appear daily hi The It would require the purciritfinar of at three Metropolitan papers. Aaaoclaied Press net-vice. FOIINDKD FEBRUARY. 1899. NO. JMXN VA., WEDNEtyuV AKIEUftOUN. JANUABV PRICE: TWO CENTS MILLER BUILDING AGAIN FIRESWEPT f Blaze Wipes Out Parker's and Jacobs' With Res- taurant and Twelve Is About 75 Per Cent. Of Loss, Which May Reach Successful In Holding A- Ruined by Heat and Smoke. 'Fire which between the hours of and 7 o'clock a. m., swept the three-story Miller Building on Main street, did damage estimated now at between and vir- tually gratting the building and rendering it untenable a little Tnors than a year after it had been completed. The real estats firm which is agent for the building believes that the is about 75 per cent, covered, although the insurance on the building itself is little more than 50 per cent. Dr. E. H. Miller is the owner. It was said this morning that the t-tiucture will be rebuilt as soon as practicable and will this time be rendered absolutely fireproof. The fire gained an amazing hold on the building in a short time but even with this, the city firemen who made a prompt response to alarm No. 17, succeeded after an hour's hard battle in confining the flames to the first and second floors Fire burned through two places on the third story, tfat occupied by the Young Women's Christian Association and while the structural damage here is comparatively small the head generated by the raging fire below and the smoke ruined- everything that was on the floor including the at- tractive furnishings of the Y' The contractor who put up the Miller Building, W. King Anderson, said today that the damage was so severe thct it meant the virtual rebuilding of the interior from the ground floor up. Those who are buried out by the1 fire or so damaged b> and water that there is similar LO that by the fames are Crjstal Cafe, basement, Monos. proprietor. J F Parker, bookstore Jacob's Drug Store, J. F. Pruitt proprietor Dr H G. Dudley, dentist. Dr. William Patterson. Dr David genial practi- tioner. Dr. Rajmond Scrugg- general practitioner John W Carte.- and Hugh I. v. u- 'iarns, lawyers. Howard Rogers lawyer. Continental Life Insurance Com- Prepares Data On Bonus Bill F.v The Associated Precs WASHINGTON, Jan IS ury exierf are today working on   tai v Mellon to netting forth s financial situation as -t upon soUlic-r Mellon still of the opinion ihat a bonus should bettor in- dustrial Conditions. Raster Company. I Soldiei Complains and Sons, stock brokers, Life Insurance Company Chustian Associa- A of Paris Treatment (B-. The Associated Press lilfe _.......the that the flr" o-ver a flight of steps Ipidmtt storasp of Jacob j iitt: t -v an service in France he was ti.in-.er- to another station and that v.hilo in Paris he v.as as a loi-t to the ba-5-mrnt storasp of Jacob-" found person' and .leso.tc trans- Diug Stor" Over this fl.ght of steps j fpr pul in ,t 100111 so crowded (Continued on Page Ten.) that hp coald not on floor Wilson Foundation Head Tells What Move Stands For f i By CLEVELAND II. Chairman, Executive Committee, Woodrow Wilson Foandntion NEW' T.ORK, Jan. wt> idealists? This question has taken hold of the imagination of Americans and it is to be feared that sometimes the too hasty observer has seemed to sec the sunset of idealism and the dawn of practicalism. Yet both opinions are wide of the truth. Ideals may have been difer- ent amoni? partlese, but they been Who shall say that an association of nations is different from a And -who shall say that ihe of the present conference on 'he ILi-'ita- t ion "of armament are different from those of Mr. Wilson, who demanded thnt a condition of world pea re b-; "adequate guarantees that na tion.il armauipnts will be reclured to lowest point consistent with It is only TVhtil time 15 plentiful tiat men will stop in the of a task and ask "Are we They did, not propose the ciut-stio-. durine the war, though grateful when the idea! Tor v inch they fougrht had its expressio i in the word "democracy Yet there was no need of i We were fighting for an ivhe IT- PI- or not our vocabulary our ability to express !t Th; and we never never doubted ou: them And now. though the heat of noli- tiral strife has often scorched all in 1 its Tail ,idealism is no more dead than is truth or love or daylight Tht idealism of today is the idealism of i vesterday. the idealism of the em.in- clpation proclamation and of the De- of Independence. Nnr is this idealism of a as the product of Republican- ism than it when it emanated from the mind of a Demociatic presi- dent It is to recognize the great prm- 1 cip'cs of that master row the jn j honor is soon to be establ'snen through an endowment that will Ijb I r-rPTtPd by public subscription. The Vr'oodrow Wsison Koundat.on, through its campaign will grhe to friends of the broad idealism j which ilr. Wil.-on voiced, thp opnor- i -unity to establish a fund that ma> for all time bp maintained intact its incomp devoted tuo the re- I war dof those who have done what [.Mr. Wilson, nas i dered to demof- I racv. pubhc welfare 1'beral thought, i and t'Tough justice p In that there may be del- nite asbUiance that the nurnosp" oi the found wll be viewed TVith i (he proper in to como I has been decided that th" i shall be 15 in number and shall be as neaily as possible f'-o-n ail s-ccuons of the country. The trustees are to disburse the income of the endowment anrualb to the Jurv of Awards comprsed of 25 members serving for a norma: term of nine jears. U. S. At Parley Russian Leader Predicts Failure of Conference Unless U. S. Comes in With Heavy Hand. (Bv The Associated MOSCOW, Jan. Leon Trotrky Soviet war minister, today said the Genoa conference would be a failure unless tire United States -nters it with a hSvy hand. He said he hoped that the United Slat" would change its attitude toward Russia. Lenine May Attend Genoa Conference The Associated Press.) ic conference, nounced. C. G. Holland Attending Conference With Trinkle C O Holland is in Richmond, bav- ins called there by Governor- Elect E Trinkle to a number of other of tne Slate interested in the development of roads during comine administra- tion Mr. Trinkle has been holding wwh men of the State on issues and the road con- ference is one of these. Would Consolidate Business Management (Bv The Associated Press.) CLEVELAND. Jan. IS. ployment may be eliminated ana business booms .TJK! con- trolled fov consolidation of rsianaee- uient in industry. J. Parks Chanmnsr. of New York, told the General Contractor? today. Baptist Raise Bv Th- frew.) NASHVILLE. Tenn Jan amount raised in th- r-ccnt Baptist campaign was S30.160.000. the chaar- 1 main reports! No Changes Seen In Trolley Strike Lee- Jackson Maury Bay Is Tomorrow Tomoi row Th'jrsriay, January- 11 Loe-J.ickson-Maury Day, a date set apart by the General Assembly of Virginia in honor of th-ise three grejt Virginians two of them soldiers and 'he other a naval officer and eminent tcientist. Last Saturday, thp 14th was the anniversary of the birth ot Maury. tomorrow that of the incom- parable Lee and nert Saturday tha. of Jackson, gi eat strategist and sol- dier. The Anne Eliza Johrs and Danville chapters. I'nited Daughters of the Corfederacy. have arranged for a fitting commemoration of the day with a programme of appropriate ex- errises at the Memorial Mansion on Thursday aftrrnonn at ,3 30 o'clock. in which they especially invite the presence and participation of all Confederat" veterans, the Confeder- ate Memorial Association, the Sons of CoTifedera'e Veterans and clergy of the city The program announced the occasion is herewith published: Prayer. Kev. C. L Garrison Violin selection, the Misses Con- wav, Heading. John G. Witcher. Dut'tt. Miss Sara E. Harrison and Mr. Kennedy. Address. Kcv. Cleveland Hall. D D. In this conjTMr'ion It may be  that more jct-od be accomplished Lor the. coun- try "it some senators o.i-l others talk .-ense to the banke'3 in- :-tead oi nonsense to "he farmers." The Virginia senator, resuming speech begun jesterday on proposal changes in the Federal Reserve act u inch would place a farmer the e boaid. said there was lutely n0 excuse" for the barrage ot attai ks had beenl eveled at the reserve "Why not tell the farmers the truth once- fjueried the speaker. "Why on drawing the picture of deflation and credits' as the monster which brought reduced prices, not alone on the farmers' products, but on all commodities? "Why not show that a lot of banks did not take ad- vantagre of the resources of the serve sjstem and thereby impaired and limited their own abuhty to Mr. Gla.ss declare dthat "instead o' the nonse" spread the farm- ers aoout ho.v they had been victim- ized, the farmers should be to to become playthings of fanatics. The senator said that 42 per cent of the banking power of the south was lodged in banks which have not become members of the reserve sys- at a. ceremony at the tomb, "where Ambassador'Child delivered an ora- tion. iiorn is The Lee-.Tackson-Maury Day cele- bration ill be held on afternoon at the Memorial Mansion at 3.30 o cloc'c instead of 4 30, as announced in The Tlegister morning: He added he had no doubts bill that those state banking institutions and others among the non-member banks had done the best they could, but that had they joined with th  Libert; In tlip nonth Th" Y C A v. ied I on. but it 't enn of tint ii 0 fef-t on 'ori Ciardelll buys from AV I- Kunte- and orhers 50 nT1 Pax- ton Considerat'on, improved fjih A Pa-scucfi. who ap- on at the Henoral is reported to b" some vi G. O. P. In Ninth Are Alarmed New York Soldier Would I EpidemiC Flu Before Senate Committee; Raging in Paris Camp on Incidents at Merritt. fF-v Thp PARIS. Jan. IS "p.'lrmif in Paris bos five this month. Tax Eaualization Movement Is On tho (Bv The 3! j Jiv certain of i-'.vo :o o3. Vii-.r o___________ )a.'-. a bctsor nf tax BRISTOL VaTenn. -Tin 18 Charles S. Peivlleton, Republican NMnth district chairman, has issued a oil] fir th'- distric comniittee to meet I next Saturday, Jan. 21, at j 'he HotP! Bristol. Congressman C. B. I ?lemp. the notification says, "is ex- ppcted to be present at ihe meeting." 1- has no secret for weeks that the Republicans in the distr.ct so i stpp further than being mteres'Pd n thv j-errvmander pro- cf tb.f Democrats They are Although no mention of the errr-. mander "-as mndo in the tent" out bv Mr Pendleton. it is un- derstood that :he pro- cratn v ill be on" of the chief in bo taken up the meetms. It nNo that Plomji to puch a 'that he has annour.cfd Ji-a lieutenants that he be Jir'-'- ent Fiar that t'- re- th" dinner throuc'i tlv- i- iy Miss Carrie Luffew Dies Pew Minutes After Being Struck by London Camp- Coro- ners Jury Finds. Carne Leffew. 2S, a native of Spray. X. C, but who has been lr. ing- in Danville for the past months, died at the General hospita.' last night not 'more than fifteen utes after she had been er a B.i ci- touring tar bv A coroner's was held this morr.inc at 30 o'flock in tne police courtroom The of the jury u.is ili 
                            

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