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   Register, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1931, Danville, Virginia                               THE REGISTER, DANVILLE, VA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1981 ty Call On Warehouses To Close Up (Continued From Fage One) on. It was estimated that the rage would be between and first were not expected to ect accurately the price nor demand. It not possible to the export situation though of the Ior foreign ac- predicted that the abandon- Tent of the gold standard by Eng- thlB would have and un- Jttllng effect. (Tomorrow's sales are posted to run follows: Hollands and Union, jmner and Acrees, Piedmont and lughes and Planters. C. Stone, county agent, was on sales this morning and when Jiked concerning the reaction of the iwers, said that It was "very bad" id that they viewed the price levels disastrous. The opening of the sales here to- was marked by the presence of a illector representing Uncle Sam. He Balph D. Hawkins, ol Washington, jent for the Seed Loan Fund of the eparttnent of Agriculture, who has an office at Reldsville and expects to be here during the ajor movement of tobacco I Mr. Hawkins pointed out this jiorning that while the maturity Jite lor loans secured by farmers al- Er the drought of last Summer is lot until November 30th, the gov- __ment is Insisting on part of the roceeds from the first sales being pplled to amortization of the debt ie checks he said should be mailed the Seed Loan Office, Departmen' Agriculturc in Washington The agent was asked whether or I0t in view of the disappointing pening, which will leave the farm- wlth no prospect of paying the Qvernment what it owes, if fore- liosure would be insisted on and fhether or not the government [rould define a new extension policy Hawkins said that he could not that question He said he ad not been advised of any exten- ,on of the time within which the .armer can repay the government is a well-known fact that a great T centage of the surrounding grow- Irs availed of the Seed Loan Act Ind secured money on which to mate be crop. .It is learned that the Ion templates asking the warehouse o act as collecting agents that warehousemen have been notified ol names of farmers against whom M___Sam holds a prior lien. Last year's opening sale here sal- ine disposition of over pounds CH PAIR ED OVER PARLEY SEND Believe Confab With Germans Step Towards Collaboration to Re- store Prosperity BERLIN, Sept. Premier Laval returned to France with For- eign Minister Briand today, firmly of the opinion that the new Franco- Oerman economic commission was the step toward world collabor- ation to restore prosperity The same precautions marked the departure of the guests as did their arrival, with heavy squads of armed police hovering in the background to guard against demonstrations The streets leading from the hotel to the station were with people shouting "Vive La Pair. Chancellor Bruenlng and Foreign Minister Cur- tius were on hand to wlsn them fare- well "The commission will work in har- mony with the universal efforts to combat the economic M. Lav- Ocean Honeymoon in Sloop al said in a statement Co-operation I sought j all other nations wherever necessary "This action will be the first step to co-operation wnich has become the need of the hour and in which all are called to participate He made it clear that the plan was not directed against the interests on any other nation and that "the so- lution of problems put to the com- mission in no wise will be effected oy the mutual raising of customs! tariffs" I While the personnel of the com-1 mission was not announced, it was i former The sloop aboard which J. P-r- Brooldme. Mass., architect, and his bride, the former Carmen Fer- nandez De Cornejo. of Buenos plan to enjoy a three-year honeymoon cruise, recently sailed from Gloucester, Mass onittai first leg of the voyage on the aea of mmtmnony. which will include the Atlantic Ocean 7nd Mediterranean The first stop of craft (above) will be the Azores. Crowley and his pretty bnde are News Briefs shown at wheel of craft. Bassett ____ BASSETT. Va, Sept. reported that Hans Von Eaumer. for- w nave -Deen tentatively arrang- i___...__ aYIrf t Jed on the high school 1931 football be a German member and that Paul! schedule, according to announcement Bouisson, president of the Paris iesterday by Coach John, chamber of commerce, wouU be on LooMy season open on Oc- Stooer third with a game at Basaett 'with Reidsville, and suosequent i games will be played on Saturdays. Coach Looney has been putt ng his tnrough a two week's the French delegation U. S. Fliers Prepared For Pacific Hop Martinsville An announcement from the offics of the county superintendent of schools states that there are 132 rur.il elementary pupils attending the white schools of the city of Marttnsvllle and 35 rural high school pupils attending Martinsville high school. The coun- ty school board of Henry county has j an agreement with the school board of Martinsville providing financial re- reliminarv train- imbursement for instruction furnisa- MdTan'd tneTork shaping up well ed the rural elementary white pupils for a good start. Lack of reserve also the rural elementary negro strength is proving 'ometalug of It not the pUnj however, handicap, but this may be overcome thg county scriool ooard of Henry as a numoer of additions are being i county to pay tultion for the rural candidates DEFENDS SHOUT SELLING YOKK, Sept. de- fense of us u boon to finance, written Richard Wlilt- nej. pirsldenl of the New Vork Stock Kxcliunge. uub made public VUUtiK-jV ore contained In a lettiv f-eut bj 111 in to I, Moiitc- flore attorney who lius. us'-ull- ed -.hort selling the financial .structure of the w orld." KA1E JMOVC NATIONWIDE RICHMOND. Va. Sept. The pending application of Insur- ance I'll ins underwriting compensation insurance in Virginia, for Increased which If granted will result In an utcrage Increase of 3U.1 per cent. Is part of a nation- wide program which lias already re- sulted In rate modifications in most states where this vjpe of Insurance te provided, Kdward E. Cadmus manager of the Virginia workmen's compcntatlon Inspection rating bu- reau, said in outlining the factors leading up to the application. WOMEN OPEN MEETING CLEVELAND, Ohio, Sept. United by the common bond of sac- rifice, women from even- section of the countrj gathered here toda> for the national con- vention of the Service Star Legion. Opening with a luncheon at noon, the meeting will continue through Frldaj. ORDER LOCOMOTIVE PARTS PHILADELPHIA, Sept. A order for the con- struction of the chassis and me- chanical parts of 60 electric freight locomotives has been announced bv the Pennsylvania Railroad. PARTY (H TIN EYES TO RACE Outcome of Congrewional Election May Deter- mine Control of' House Bj CECIL D1CK90N WASHINGTON. Spt. 29 souri was the crjstal ball into which republican and democratic chieftains looked today for an indication of control the next WELCOMES CRITICISM EICHMOND, Sept. Governor Pollard said today that constructive criticism of the state administration is welcome, and will be given attention In proportion to his judgment of Its importance. Referring specifically to recent charges of the Virginia Bureau of Research, Inc. headed b> nor Westmoreland that the state Is spending more on salaries than It did four jears ago. The governor said he has been prevented by routine duties from of the criticisms, but that he which party will house of congress. As ballots uere cast in the seventh. district of that state for a successor to the late Representative Samuel C. Major, democrat, both national con- gressional committees awaited the outcome avidly. It was expected to indicate the trend of six other spe- cial elections to fill house vacancies, all of which will have been held by the nignt of November 3. At present the republicans have 214 seats, the democrats 213 and the Farmer-Labor party one The elections gave the republi- cans 218: the democrats 216 and the Farm Labor 1 Democrats hope to retain the 7th Missouri seat, regained by Major aft- er two years of occupancy by John W Palmer, republican, and to capture the first Ohio vacated by the death of Nicholas Longworth, republican nom- inee for speaker for his fourth term. Although they have but little hope of taking the remaining five, they would tie the seats 217 to 217 if the first Ohio fell to the democratic fold With the assistance of Kvale, Farm- er-Labor, Minnesota, they could or- ganize the house because it takes on- Final Appeals For Armament Truce Heard (Continued From One) of any of untver- oonMrn. It for relieving economic dlfflcultlet and authorized further a num- ber of for rehabilitation of commerce, industry and finance. It authorized a itudy of the eco- nomic proposed by soviet Ruaela. Lout night it adopted the foil awing resolution recommending an arma- ments truce: "The aMembly tho govern- ments invited to the disarmament conference next February to prepare for event by of an ar- mamenta truce. And accordingly .x x x "It likewise requests the council to the governments to before November 1, whether they are pre- pared for a period of one year to ac- cept truce in annamecU. o ____ OF BLAME IN KANE MURDER HEARING TOMORROW ly a majority of one to do It Kvale, however, has not Indicated with which party he -will vote. Uie in due course- CONFERENCE OPENS TONIGHT ROANOKE, Va.. Sept. t kolds were freely bidding on Letting tvpes this morning. The Im- lerial was'buying more than it usual- ly does and the American Tobacco lompauy was buying fairly freely Tne ttaenoe ol the chemical companies, rhich last year did much to aid the ion by paying liberally for de leal for nicotine extracts was i boted toaay. Buying concerns re-, Presenting English are j hot expected to buy tne high graaes I at fcey did last year as the high school Dupils attending the Mar- The 147th session of the Baltimore t It At 11 r id I kr. Pangborn and Herndon Fly made to the squad to Japanese Beach and Plan j )IEETIXG CLLB to Take Of f Early meeting of the B o_____________, Tomorrow. lsett Garden Club was ne.d on who are now attending! Greene Memorial church, when the day afternoon at the nome of Mrs.jthe MartinsvUte nigh school All of1 Rev. Nolan B. Harmon. D. D., editor iiigii oi-iivywj. tinsviUe high schol as school busses j aunu.il conference of the Metliouibt _________ are provided to transport to the fcigh i Episcopal Church, South, will The September meeting of tne Bos- I scllools of t-ne covmty any rural high j gin tonight at eight o'clock at sAMLfeHIKO, Japan, sept. j. Bassett. Mrs. P. D. fa schools of county have I Of the Baltimore Southern Metho- weather todaj caused I and jjrs c V Stanley were years of high school wont, with delStcr the opening ser- Clyde Pangborn and Hugli Herndon, membership in the clu-j and qualified teacher, and. with the] mon. Jr.. American fliers.-to announce c H was named as honorary of one Mgh the the stait of tlielr projected trans- member Arrangements were mac-eisaroe credit gHen pupils as in city' 1'aclfic night, originally set for for an .liusrratea lecture or. oulbs to i schools. This one exception is tomorrow, would be Uelajcd De at the October meeting and, oxpected to meet the requirement of until reports on pending civic projects were heard. The program included an .article on "Peonies" and t. talk on to} n.oinlnB heard. acturers are taking ou- tne s Meanwhile the fliers, who arm- artlcle y by investing in ed here today from Tath.kana air- both compensate ,or the nig j drome> Tokjo. refueled their most lnrtructlTe and interesting. imposed by tne Briton B i and a nooaen aolournment. delicious refresh- tate dent. Harold ware- i ramp wliich The movement to .tne w TacolnJU Wash.; dcvised to 5lve Ins d department of edncdtion and therefore become accredited Mrs. Simms Honored Afte- adjournment, delicious Mrs J T. Penn was hostess at an Bromlcj of served Gladiolus dahlias informal bridge party Saturday after- ____ were used in decoration, noon, honoring Mrs. A. V. Simms of ouses hao an momentum in taking off for at tne meeting ae-e York Bridge was played at two some quarters, rwo unsuccessful attempts to flj _ Hooter MTS p. D. Vaugaan, and. tables and after several progressions, wno are conservative in Pacific. 'MTS'J A. Berry. U delightful ice course was served iudgment said this morning they were ____Q____ jMrs j. A. j honoree waa presented with a .rilling to meet SAMUSHTP.O. Japan. Sept. MIgs E.NTLRT4INS dainty gift, Mrs J. C. Kearfott [armers though none could Pang-00rn ana Hugh Hern- _ -vrhat extent such a court- j Benefit the grower. To this We wouldn't Bess prillaman was hostess to, mgn SCore prize while the consola- grow- i don." Jr American aviators, flew here Of the Bassett Furniture tion fell to Mrs E O Penn. ontrl'mm Tarrnka-aa airdrome, near fornp on Saturday i Mrs. Penn's guests included Mes- ers worse of: Tachika-aa airdrome, near -s office On Saturdaj vo. today and set about p-epariag t FCXD SHRINKING RICHMOND, Va., Sept. John M. Purcell, state treasurer, re- ported todaj tiiat a balance of onlj was left In the re- tired teachers' pension fund at the close of the fiscal jear ending June 30 last. Mrs. Thompson Passes Away Early Today The funeraMr Reasie Wyatt Navy League Opposes Plan For a Holiday Proposal Would Widen Ratio Between U. S. Fleet and Other Nations Is Contention WASHINGTON. Sept position bj the navy league of the United States today faced the govern- ment in its consideration of the cur- rent proposals for a world naval holi- day. The league charged yesterday the proposals would widen the ratio be- tween the American fleet and that of other nations signatory to the Lon- don naval treaty. It said the Ameri- can people, if they are not also woula find the suggested holiday unacceptable A holiday which would bring the United States nearer the treaty ratios would find approval with the league. However, and it expressed hope that Presiaaat Hoover would be able to devise one "We have very cogent reasons for believing that a naval holiday that would tend to set the United States back from attaining these treaty ration with uhe British and Japanese -would be counter to the interests of the country and unacceptable to the College Professor to Be Arraigned for Killing Wife While Bathing HAMPTON, Va., Sept. preliminary hearing for Ellsha Kent Kane, HI, University of Tennessee professor, charged with the drowning of his wife, Jenny Graham Kane, will be conducted here tomorrow before Magistrate J. E- Powers. The hearing, originally set lor Sep- tember 23, was continued on account of the illness of Mrs. W. C. Graham, mother of the dead woman. It was contended by the prosecution that Mrs. Graham waathekey wltnew and that would be needed to tertify concerning threats alleged to nave been made by Kane against hit wife. The testimony by Mrs. Graham is also expected to deal with letters which. testified before the coro- ner's inquest were addressed to Kane from a woman named "Betty." These letters, she" said, suggested that Pro- fessor Kane get "rid" of wife, and that such a plan coulff be car- ried out with "a little nerve and a few minutes of time" Mrs. Elizabeth Harris Dahl. of New Continue Inquiry Into the Deaths of Trio on The- ory of Foul Play JOPLIN, Va., Sept. though no supporting clues had been found, authorities continued today to work on the theory of foul play in their Investigation of the deaths of Goodwin Miller, his if e and child, whose charred baclles found in the ruins of their burned home near here Saturday. Two men arrested for questioning concerning the three deaths were in no way connected with the tragedy, it was announced by Commonwealth's Attorney Thomas H. Lion. The men were. held today, however, on va- grancy charges. Officers said the dtory told by the men tnat they at- tended a paf'ty near Pohick. Va.. Thursday night and returned to their omes early Friday, the time the Mil- :rs are believed to have died, has een corroborated. Sheriff J P. Kerlin said he had ound no clues to bear out the the- >ry that the three members of the amily were slain and the house urned He said he believed Miller's lead was minsing from his body be- :ause it was crushed by the falling tf the roof Commonwealtlx s Attor- ney Lion said he believed the deaths were accidental Mr. Lion said his theory was that Miller went to sleep while smoking and set file to the house and that ie, his wife and infant were suffo- :ated and their bodies burned. It was contended by Coroner E. H. Mar- iteller and Sheriff Kerlin. however, .hat it was unlikely that suffoca- tion of the trio would have occurred. without either Miller or his wife try- ng to reach, a door or window. Their bodies were found in the ruins of their bed. York and Philadelphia, who Iden- neai latter be not t the tlon loo Its dosing was their big monoplane fo a woUld have mght to the United state.. ittin Airs, .renns gucew liiuiiiucu who died at 2-oU a m. Idames A V. Simm, IX Glenn. J. from the resi- 'nform- 1 ITT C 1 delicious buffet suppe.-, con- B Sparrow, J. C Kearfott. Qf ________games, interspersed with Brown. J. D. Martin. A S Gravely, C. Haraway 909 ciaiborne street, at stagna- j Weather permitting, they plan to provided several hours enter- B. Keesee and E. O Penn p m afternoon, with iu- whichjroajr away from the natural beach 1 .a.nmems. The invited guests were: -----o----- terment in Hyland Burial Park forwd to the Autumnal stlm- I here at dawn tomorrow exact aQd ilr_ N G. Brammer. Mr. and j Luncheon Is Given j Mrs Thompson was 53 years old. orJught about by the freer or- destination was indefinite I Mrs. R. c. Foiey, Mr. and MM. B. S. G_enn she Is survived by her husband and, ,nn of money and the purchase; They be ineligible for .he Mr and Mr0 E R Qn Satur. three children. Mrs Lee Haraway tieor" j__ tt. her nitv. Robert Thompson, of B Mrs Lee salQ to lts statement HettTof certain staple and 1000 prize offer of Seattle business' 1 men for a non-sto? of de- yc r' and Mrs. C H Grove. Miss a Witt ilrs Ida Witt, Mrs. Mae Qa-' of. luncheon, tt citj'. Robert Thompson. street After the [Point and James Thompson of Sound Basis For Credit Is Believed Found Ufied as the "Betty" in the CMS. did not appear at the hearing last "week Kane alleged to have drowned his wife while the two were bath- ing on a beaoh near here. Dr. George E Vanderslice, the coroner, returned a verdict that Mrs Kane came to her death at the hands of her husband in "premeditated murder." Dalton. seemed to strike the of their decision to start -r unprecedented force was sciro. 375 miles from the capital., "realization that at prevailing -rQey said they might land -U Wenat- INMTATIONS TO BRIDUE 1 m.At Pano-Viorn's moth- I luncheon. Miss Glenn took the same little friends to the moving pictures j which was enjoyed by all. rntbe growers cannot meet their 'chee. Wash, Paagborn's moth- goveroment the paying cr ancj Orother. Percj. reside. or Boise. to the government of money --pd under the Seed Loan Act. PABXY 1SSLEU _ or Salt Lake City. Utan Mrs H. E Weaver and Mrs. -J. E-j Slub To Meet have issued a large number The Current Event Club will meet av afternoon. Oct 2nd at 3.30 By continuing non-stop to Salt lnvitatlons m Bassett and Mar-'( '5 per cent of the Pittsylvania j Clty they would tne ais- 1Ue Ior a luncncon and p. m.. at the home Mrs. S. L. Mit- farmers availed of this emer- recOrd of nearly 5.000 miles set party to be given Wednes- j chell. Wyatt street by Russell Boardraan and Joan Po-1 tfae fiome of ilrs R E. ------o------ the fanning element fleu- Irom Nerv York displeased and vocally pro- Turkey, last July. I j o situation there were oth-1 ---------------o-------------- DAY OF PRATER, d jjj. Jno w Gravely, of 15 TPaS I ThrPP mil The Baptist W. M. S. held .1 .nrce, D. C-. were the weefc- HIM hows. sesglon fo_ prayer and TOKYO. Sept rs-jslufiv_ Thursday afternoon, Jn obser- cburcll city. Also her mother. Mrs. Molly NEW YORK. Spt. H. Wvatt. 'wiegln. chairman of the governing The deceased was in good nealth j ol- the Chase National Bank until yesterday morning, when she j American representative at the suffered a stroke of paralysis about i conrerence at Basel. Switzerland to 11 o'clock. Dr. Lee and Dr. Pritchett On the German credit altua- called, but their treatment lail-j salti today on his return from Europe he believed an adequate pro- gram for reviving confidence and Tor a sound basis for credit is contained in the committee's re- Taylor Trial for Attack on Woman Closed MONTROSS. Vs. Sept. The trial of Henry L. Taylor. 56. o Oak Grove. Va.. on charges of crtml nal asitult. opened here morn ing before Judge E. Hugn Smith be hind closed doors. The day yesterday waa in selection ol a Jury to hear th CMC. two being required. Taylor is charged with attackin Mrs Alan Combs. 30-year-old mothe of four children. April, near he nome. at Oak Grove. He nas denied tne charge. The hearing continued irom June becauae of the illness of Judge Smith. At that time a rate- trial declared. ed to revive her. Harvey Coleman Dies in Charlotte port. cvho that today's break was CIIXNG-S POLITICAL In effect, Mr. Wlggln said the re- port of the Basel committee, or which Glass Embedded In Head A Year WoibWay Out PULA6KI. Va., Sept. small particle of glass embedded Jn the forehead of Eugene P. Ham, a local Justice of the peace, more than a year ago as a result of an automo- bile accident, worked its way to the surface and finally out during the week-end. For several days the par- ticle had been visible as it gradually protruded from the skin. NIGHT COtPS WITHOUT "DOSING'! Roanoke Grand Jury Inquiry Is Continuing ROANOKE. Va., Sept. 29 special grand Jury investigating vice a fair sample of the crop and that the rice levels would rise as market under this thought dia no. carry here today it appear- j of the spccual ot payer. A. who ha5 contused ed that all the Chang Hsueh-LIang young governor t_ ol Manchuria, had at race of! Mrs Knight was in charge of the to hls home fOr -nc past ueck by in the opening sale a world conditions and o. 1B_ ol anc oeyond IMir con-roi rom j against la the present trouble she presentea the Together." The jua- j 5 of the cburcr- have r. and Mrs William Hairston and chlldren spent the -week-end In t3c could between ar.C the season in a man- j walnut Cove. X. C. discussion period de- j E. p. Amiss who has been in Charlotte S. C.. last o'clock cf Harvey S. Cole- relative to the boot- man a former resident of this sec- tion." and brother of C M Coleman of this city. Mr Coieman was a native of Pittsvlvanin county, leav- ing about twenty years ago. tariffs and the rap- .ItuaUon in db. 1OT r tars an e between France and Ger-1 This Is the third phase of .he preachment oerwcen rntnue hv S. Russell Kcns- many. their tobacco olf the i Japan voted to a study ol the mauniu returned home alier ,o ,bcir slsicr. Mrs. P. W was snake the provinces of Mukden. Kinn. more Independent! Heilungkiang. Jchol and Mongolia One tanner independent state. h3s tobacco It was reported toy Minister ol war Lativcs of the MlnamJ at today's meeting cf the jjar. prefer j Japanese cabinet that the cit> of disposal W> Harbin favored an JndcpcwScnl Mam-, and Mrg_ H_ M> 3] iturc ol IJmc smd energy ,churta Saturdav''lii winston-Salcro Jt io TOarkct I Chang Jteuch-Uang is 30 old. Mrs c H_ ol a tobacco co-oper- ijjc of Challg war lord y 'm-eiTair'TiaaTl'ft JiOT ma.I3V Deceased is survived by his widow, formerlv Miss Mary Alice Travis, of j itiag relatives In "West Virginia for j county, and the follow- 1 two weeks' bas returned home i Jne and sisters- Mrs EHa M Mr and Mrs. D. T. Bray, of Dan-1 ane Mrs. Ida Coleman. of villc. were the guests Sunday of Mr- stokcsland: Mrs W. B Wholflcld and Mrs C. F. Craven. Church i GrffagtiatO. V. C N L Coleman. At- charges brought by S. Russell ley. former under-cover agent in the, i employe of the police, baseball gam-] ing and other forms of gamoling hav- t jiag been disposed of last week. j The grand jury expects to wind up the charges in connection with Fall Footwear TO Complete the new Fall ensemble you must have a pair of these smart Black Suede Tie or Pump trimmed in reptile. Mr. and Mrs. H. Claj brook and two the i children, of Durham. N. C-. tie anta Ga J.1 R Coleman Hichmond. M_ DanvJUr. Jiincral i j guest of Mrs Elizabeth a. j week-end guests of Mr. aa3 Mrs J. j jn CharHotte. her home In Christlansbwrg. j T. Penn. Broad street. E Weaver Mrs. J. E. Bas- i Xlw. T. H. Barbour who is an opcra- UTC pailcnt at Shackclford li. resting very bf held tomorrow the the lorrocr's pareals and there who ruled Manchuria for .many ln BoCkwciJ. JJ. C. licre was no mass morciaent to- and made its soldiers probaWv wards n as seemed to UitaX most Icarcd 3n CWna. Chang a co-opcraMvc be tormed took tie reins of government vpon to accomplish anything 3n the of the monetary returns to the Mj._ E_ had aa Miss er- Gold Standard Suspended by Denmark Govt. -O COPENHAGEN, Sept. 29. government ___ death. UnHJM1 Charg Tso-Lln. -srho battKd JOT many yttiTo for ManchurlaTi unity and   the where it adopted a ol iorm. More than a year ago at State Former Nelson Official his to the na- tionalist causf by aiding in down a rebelSlon of othcT Chinese jnUltartsts Recently SWh Yu-San. northern military movement against young Chang but this was nipped an CHICAGO sny arc f TOHJC Sept. 29 Steamship company an- that HTKT Munrlo has dlspatrricd from Kindlon. Ja- maica, to PHILADELPHIA. tcrmlned to set a record by win- ning ihclr third consecutive world baseball caiamploashlp. the Philadel- phia Athletics eniraln tonlghl for SI. Tlacy spent today at Shibc rark making sure no squJp- jnvnl needed in their batllt against the .1 louls Cardinals belag behind The special with Mayor Mackcy I other celcbrltJe? aboard, -will arrive In J1he Missouri mrtropolls Wednesday too lave JOT A -srorkcwt at Sportsman where 1he flMrt game Is to be the of ln I.YNCHBORO. Sept For several wcete CJaang Has special grand jury in me confined lo RocXeKJJeJ- Hospiia. t county court yesterday an HlustrJoias alumna in their cam- paign Ior cmoklng Miss Jcsn Van Evrra. -woman's editor of I the campus paper, found a in I old Hies about Francis WllJard. I tounltor CLitetiaa Temperance Union, being caught j smoking cigarette by a preceptress. MCfiBOLA, N T next SUITJ- LindbtTgh Society, inc. la Peiping I IndJcln-jent against J T. toianij Kan cmbfZ7JcTnciit 'ol public Mr. ONE DOCTOR TO SOO country has] to the amount of ft30.3V3.19 physicians, says the of-' FjtzpaincS was to oi education. This represents a thte alMimoon and giM boad tor "doctor" for every 800 inJiabitants. j release unt41 Wlal> Woken 3he miles Irom The Contoy. Thr 3i about BirinTnas flnt3 ra route Jrom Aboard thr A's special besides will be 5 heir rat ol the fehibc Connie EST! Mack and sweral -o- Islands to New York canning passengers a crew i KI; Rrcuns WASHINGTON. D C. Spl 29 lor September 26 expenditures of thirty-three- It te Jn no imme- diate danger, the master Ws 557.73 ?3S; balance llne office hopes to a mernoTlal to Col Chaito A Lindburgh and l owns six acres of land at KILLKO CAMP BORDSJi Cmt J. Hltcntn. 24 of Wjl! stVKSen: rswlpls lor 26 (Jays FSrtd from wh-c: of.', and plans to fnn OJ1 Lindbergh took yesterday when his Jala-air collided TO HOtD "FOTATO MATINEE" The salvation Army, through cour- tesy of the management of the theatre, will hold a -potato matinee" at that theatre on Wednesday begln- nlog at 11 o'clock and lasting until 5 o'clock, when patrons will be ad- mitted lor donations ol foodstuffs which will be distributed by the Salvation Army among needy lasnl- 31es in and around OanTllle Not on- ly will potatoes be the ol admlnslon but other food- staff. The attraction Ior that day be "Ships of m stirring j drama featuring Uoyd Hughes and Dorothy TOO FOK rirarted. Model Dry leaning Phone Five 
                            

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