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   Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - April 13, 1926, Pulaski, Virginia                                v lv v administratio JT tp f yMW of Woodrow IB considering running the Democratic has nomination for senator in tffe gpstateh aeiral expedition which Manila in the Philippines as about 100 miles irom Amman public rooms of av Coronado presidentpf the student r ie prosecutions case agains commander of the regiment of marines llate yesterday in the spec testimohy of postVolstead former leader of the reform in Phlladel j hJa emplacement in the the general endant colonels conduct Us nd a gentleman with a thrpngh the CUt 1 this was intoxicatedr he to retofe of a C But shattered thVcbm fybat started be a icd by all of mem guests of Colonel Williams ilk niglit and vof reluctant to tell the world been mem ber of Colonel Williams sti World Major corps of threeUa Colonel intoxica uuuer HW certainly all the stand General he flung TThe charges were vi Today both the students and Athletic Director White ViHie given an opportunity to present their views before a meeting of theexecutive council of the stu James whose University 6f as athletic of vy1 fTr is being SOUght by students of that in tutioh was athreeletter man toe ofthe stettar athletff ted in tts last fboiballfat in He was considered one of the leading wingnien in Road Building Is Discussed At New York District Attorney Accuses Cinderella of ing Misstatemeht onLength of Bride arid Groom In New Honeymoon Home Browning Declines Comment JT on Transfer of Huge Sunt dthe tkstance between Cairo Several Before He Wjt real estate operator and his yearold bride of three days were backAgain today in Cold spene of their ittons Carroll Supervisors to Construct IT t fclitfc Jn CoaltoCotton Hignway Will Decide Its May Bi Rich MiUer and Pratt r went HiUsville yester on im Car jtot state s owbeing re to the At the time was made SaJrroll meeting yester of arriv the position to made of tlje money tVbuble from a newr quarter v A District Attorney Ryder Of Putnam county announces that will be started to determine whenever they violated a asix months legal residencebefore obtaining a marriage The bride al ready is under summons to appear in the New York childrens court in an action started Jy the society preventiou df crueltjr to seeking to have her re from the custody of Ryder said per jury vcharges be possible if it were found that Browning swore to six months residence in the whereSs she had been there only a couple of days before the The validity ofthe marriage also would be questioned ifit should be found that months resi dence law was Ryder said he would inspect the marriage license and also prob ably question the town clerk who issued The Brownings left this city to gether last night by for Cold Spring and their lOtroom honeymoon house especially leased by They had come here by separate When they departed last nights accompanied by the brides mother they intended to go to butchRnged their at ers the bride complained Of feeling 111 Earlierin tiie dayshe had visited a doctor who treated burns from she before the was thrown unknown intruder inher cyanic had abandoned butthey left a liote it saying they would make theiir way on foot through the desolateregion to v HjsteVez has been missing since Sunday he became separated from the two other fliers of Larigi and Captain on a flight from Cairo to Lariga and Gai larza reached Bagdad The absence of Estevez from his squadron was noticed shortly after the fliers passed over Jerusa British planes immediately set out from Amman to search the desert for They found his plane this morning near the air route from but about five miles north of the actual mail Estevez had flown By ityfe A New the JVartt has of the ippKitions funds a group L stockholders announced today ie to of these v sjble j tidns officers and Circuit In Cooper April njted States circuit court of ap peals here reversed the de cision of the lowercourt and or dered a new trial in case of and British airmen examinedjihe reifSrted that they on charges of misapplying funds fand making false entries in the accounts of the Na tional bank of The decision was rendered on the grounds that the entries made had truthfully represented the facts and that the judge in the lower court was in error in charg ing the jury that it was of no con sequence whether money was actually withdrawn or paid to dis count other a former lieutenant gov ernor of North succeeded hia brother Thomas Cooper as president of the bank resigning in Jnne his brother returning to the The bank was closed 5n The two were indicted antfjtried on charges aris ing out the discounting of notes of Sanderson and which were endorsed by Thomas E Both were Frank fo Pola film is undo arrest in Los Angeles with organizing a swin Leading bankers were vie it was safety of Estevez and his mech Meanwhile they are con tinuing to search theneighboring country an endeavor to locate convicted note for was ajjdi itp Three Take French Leave From Radford Calaboose dfordr April Posy Bishop and wha gave authorities his name as escaped from the KpMlford jaju Saturday by way through the court room Estus was being held on a boot legging while Bishop was charged Smitti wfas serving a 10day sentence on a minor i Although policehave searched high and low foV the escaped up until a late hour today no trace had been found of coining to testimony in the The note of Smith for 000 was discounted and cash added to take up the Sanderson It was contended that San derson was only an accommodation maker and that the loan was to After succeeding to the presi dency of the bank Wilfiam Cooper said to have found af fairs of the bank in poor shape and applied to become a national This was accomplished in The bank was closed in De Thomas Cooper did not note an April Term Wythe County Court Openec Memorial Services Held in Respect of the Late Judge Campbell Warmly Praised by Judge Was Teacher In Wytheville Male Academy Late Jurist was Leader in Social aid Busi ness Life of Entire Wythe Aprif April term of the Wythe county court convened here today with Judge Horace presid ed at to a corporation wifcmotlve twfebut associates pointed out that the estate aroused aa tO the effectpp has applied for re to carry a he ttlleged a man Election Disorder Again Disturbs The Peace of April minor election disorder occurred at a polling place here today when an unidentified foreign voter struck John active Ku Klnx Klan worker in the Bystanders in terfered and further trouble was Smith had been requiring some foreigners to make affidavit as to their Peeling reported It was in garage that seven persons were killed in a riot on August i Byrd Appeals For Aid to Dispose4 of Stone Mt Coins Citizens Are Asked to Buy at Least 100 or More Ac cording to Telegrams Sent New York Senate Orders A Referendum On Volstead Act April senate today the Karle bill calling a referendum next fall on the question of memorializing congress to amend Volstead allow each state fix its own definition of intoxicating Lorie Guard Battles River Pirates Seeking Huge Cargo The Aaaoelated Press April an effort to complete the sale of Vir ginias quota of the Stone Moun tain memorial Harry Byrd appealed to Virginians to purchase 100 of the it was said at the Stone Mountain Memorial association of fice here Telegrams and letters were sent by the governor to citizens all over the chairmen in the and heads of civiq organizations over the state were askqd by Governor Byrd hold meetings of leading to work out plans for completing the quotas in those cities that have not sold their In addition the governor has also issued a pro clamation urging citizens to ral the support of the memori liberal purchase the The morning session was ed to the memorial services in re spect to the late Judge GampbelL Practically all of the members of the local bar were present and paid tribute to the memory of the late Thomas a of the Wythe county presented a resolution1 which had previously been adopted by the Wythe county This resolution was adopted and ordered placed on record in the circuit The resolution as offered by iWalker was The Archibald Campbell having departed this January God in His inscrutable having called him from labor and duty in world to the rewards of a higher his fellow craftsmen and co record this testimonial of his worth and our As a teacher the Wytheville Male conducted by him he imparted to his ceeding generation the fundamen tal principles of manhood and citi zenship a living example of ex cellence and leaving the mark of his good work On those who came after He was emi nently fitted to instruct the youth descended from an honorable an favored by nature and en dowed a splendid intellect and high moral taught by precept and As a practic ing at Wytheville and neighboring he represented hjs clients Probably snow or rain tonight in east and south por tfctas Wednesday generally fair with rising strong northeast and north winds on the diminishing late CAROLINA rain and colder on t tonight Wednest rising b and north with fidelity and ability exercising throughout the his labors a inspiring fluence keeping tion of those ethical principles which have and honor of the legaT profession in Virginia tentious and a years hia powjjiiry jhliKv yrfse and were felt in the builoUng and making of busi ness and com Wythe ville bar the fideli ty Bare luiees to be a April AP 1 Rolled hose and bare knees are the modes shown at the latesti fashion exposition although carecatur usts have devoted attention months to the ugliness of the English womens The maximum Weight of summed will be thirt ty i Announces She By The Amitoelmlea Pren April Hopkins Joyce today announced her engagement to Stanford wealthy Miami real es tate and member of a prominent The an nouncement was intimate friends and newspaper men at the home of a friend here Solons Turn Cold Shoulder In Vote Milwaukee Offer Bel I By Tfce Aiwoelated April council of the of Danville last night turned a cold shoulder to a long resolution sent here by the council of Milwaukee calling for Wines and There was a slight stir when the clerk reachei that part of the document whicl made a plea for modification so bat American citizens can resume their normal The cotttjcjl instructed clerk to would be better off with modifica tion and cast against a motion to1 reject the Milwaukee Physician Defines Is Democrat Wins j i New Mexico Health Officer Says is One Who Believes in Freedom of School and By The Awoolated Preaa April The liswervto the what is a emgcrat has been published an lounced today on the basis of find ings by Senators Arkan and Ed New as judges 06 a ohtesf in which partici First prize went to county health officer of New who submitted Us definition Democrat is one who be ievesr in the fullest freedom of press and religion the separation of church and state that bear equally upon all without special privilege or rights of bates guaranteed by the constitu on and less national paternal Edwin Alexander con Ldential secretary Democrats rf the was rated second this definition A Democrat is one who votes adhere to the principles of the ad expounded by leveland and which as ure personal freedom of speech and press equal frugality and appiness abhorring corruption nd privilege and preserving invio ate the republic in vigor and As a the circuit first judicial i he presided at Wythe county Negro Charged With Insulting Woman Is Fined WS W tioi tre for fro April Charged with consideration and with insulting John a XI IX 1 i capacity commanding the utmost faithful ghi the rivembers of oflteials He the all negro who gave hia name as Bill was arrested by the police and hearing later police court ordered to pay a fine of to 40 ent wot Ie   

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