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The Bee from Danville, Virginia • 5

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The Beei
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Danville, Virginia
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THE BEE DANVILLE VA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1934 IVE IVE GENERATIONS i Motor League ILADLI1S Phll 4 STRAIGHT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE TO COOK WITH A anoes Select yours now in want to pay 3975 up 95 Your Headache In 3 Minutes MAGIC CHE as heavy in Hotel Danville Building CELLOPHANE WOOLS RABBITS HAIR ANGORAS one ANNOUNCEMENT OCTOBER 1ST ALL MARTINSVILLE AND HENRY COUNTY WILL BE THE Rev HOME OR INAL EDITION THE BEE ikotchodi stack Yard Located on Montague nt Southern Railroad HERMAN BEST STOOE i and the of a 'cent Elec oods Motors four from Gordon Bennett of free balloon down today six was the the on our Annual flow of the Mississippi river carries to the sea about half a bU Hon tons of solid matter 8 281t 28 Special arrangmeents have been made to handle this added service ln my 42 32 Mrs about years pipe Realizing that no one drug can relieve all headaches as they come from so many causes a North Caro lina pharmacist has developed a com bination of several ingredients so blended and proportioned as to re lievo almost any headache in a few minutes You can get this formula wherever drugs are sold under the name 10c and 25o packages and when you have one of those vio lent nerve racking headaches from inorganic causes will give you soothing relief in three minutes should also be used for the relief of muscular aches and pains com mon colds and neuralgia reducing fever and for quieting a distressed nervous system without opiates nar cotics or such habit forming drugs adv CHICAGO Sept 25 Chgo butter rects 12457 easy old cars 14 new cars 10 spi 25 25 exa 24 exa fst 23 24 fst 23 23 snd 22 22 pkg stk unqtd std 24 czd 89 scr 23 czd 88 scr 23 wee clr 70 Chgo egg rects 2264 easy old cars 6 new cars 2 fg exa fst less cars 21 cars 22 fg fst less cars 20 cars 21 current rects 18 19 drt no 1 17 no 2 14 cks no 1 15 no 2 14 rfr exa 20 rfr std 19 rfr fst 19 wea clr 70 ive generations Is the rare dis tinction which Mrs Matilda Horsley 87 of near Hillsville has lived to see Pictured above in a recent photo graph is Mrs Horsley top right and the four generations of descendants At her left is her son Horsley age 67 years In front of them are Mrs Belle Beasley 40 (right) daugh ter of Horsley Mrs Laura Crowder 24 (left) daughter of Mrs Beasley and below rieda and ay Crowder children of Mrs Crowder The family group was photo graphed recently at the home of Mrs Horsley Mrs Horsley is unusually active for her age Her eyesight is sharp and her mind keen People of the countryside and visitors always Magic Chef gas range Its many advanced features that save work and worry are entertained at her stories about happenings of the Civil war and the period immediately following Horsley does her dally chores the house as she has done for She smokes and enjoys her which she has used for many years Mrs Horsley is said not to have been 50 miles away from her home in the mountainous section of Car roll county for more than 40 years She has children grandchildren and great grandchildren scattered about the United States from coast to coastShe and the four generations of de scendants all live within a compara tively few miles of each other Mrs Horsley is the grandmother of Horsley of this city RUTTER AND EGGS 18122 97110 74 49 24 15 27 TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS IN MARTINSVILLE AND HENRY COUNTY 96 27 17 25 30 16 21 We solicit the patronage and wish to continue serving the customers of the Lima Wood Coal Co as well as our own 24 18 29 28 10 10 18 273 133 18 334 22 36 30 5 46 14 1734 16 18 31 43 2 23 42 98 3 32 31 33 No artificial coloring No added flavoring No adul terants A PRODUCT THE AMERICAN DISTILLING COMPANY CHRYSLER BUILDING PEKIN ILLINOIS Brand new fall styles in fascinating new fabrics The kind of dresses seen In expensive shop win daws! One and two piece styles I Plaids and solid colors I Vel vet taffeta and angora trims! Novelty buttons! New sleeves! Rich Au tumn colors tile green brown oxford wine navy Relieves BY OSCAR LEIDING CLYDEBANK Glasgow Scotland Sept 25 (47 The best kept secret of the shipping world the name of Great giant ship 534" will be officially disclosed tomorrow by Queen Mary when she launches the luxury liner "Britannia" is strongly tipped In shipping circles as a likely name "Queen would be the favorite except that it is not customary for a living queen to lend her name to a vessel and since the en gagement of Prince George and Prin cess Marina have also been suggested The vessel whose length of 1018 feet makes her the largest liner and whose displacement will be about 73000 tons will be launched diagonally across the rover Clyde into the mouth of the cart which has been dredged to give the great hull suf ficient room May Be British Warships Sunk Or Scuttled at Time of Surrender of Corn wallis YORKTOWN Va Sept An obstruction on the bottom of the York river here was thought today to be the remains of British warships sunk by gunfire from the rench bat teries or scuttled by their crews at the time of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at the close of the Ameri can Revolution Members of the national park serv Let Us ill Your Coal Bins Before Prices Advance DRUG STORE Phone 407 Cor Main A Cragheaa Authorized Dealers of Original and Genuine reeport Tex Gen Gen Gen Gillette Int Kennecott Kroger Groc Lambert Liggett fc Myers Loews Lorillard Mont IVard Nat Nat Nor The Danville Register and The Bc in serving Mar tinsvile and Henry County with a metropolitan newspaper service realizes its responsibility to of the most thriving sections of Virginia A few years back it became necessary to put trucks from Danville to Martinsville to assure subscribers of a punctual daily delivery Heretofore we have served you with State or of THE Beginning Also Distiller! of OLD COLONY GIN NEW YORK Sept The stock market was narrowly irregular In quiet early trading today Metals were fairly steady although Inactive Minor recessions appeared In Steel Chrysler Consolidated Gas General Motors and Pennsylvania American Telephone Montgomery Ward Standard Oil of New Jersey and Cerro de Pasco were steadier Comments on business news while a little more favorable than in re cent weeks were still of a cautious character In some quarters It was felt that the fall merchandising up turn would have to be reflected in heavy Industry before the authentic ity of the current Improvement could be admitted The results of the treasury's Sep tember October refunding program to date are viewed by banking circles as quite satisfactory With the closing of the books on the exchange of the called ourth Liberty 4s for 2 per cent four year notes it was es timated that about 8596000000 of th retiring $1250000000 Liberties had been turned in for the short term obligations In addition it announced some $248000000 of called series had been traded for new 3 per cent bonds "All other" or commercial loans as totaled in the federal reserve condition statement of re porting member banks In 91 cities as of Sept 19 showed a further in crease of $11000000 The banks dis closed decreases during the week of $98000000 in net demand deposits $18000000 In time deposits $40000 000 in reserve balances with federal reserve banks $67000000 in loans on securities and $22000000 In totaal loans and Investments At the Arne time the holdings of government securities increased $58 000000 A further decline in commercial failures was reported by Dun and Bradstreet for the week ended Sept compared week end period a RADORD traditional stand stronghold of prohibition will face a test at the polls it appeared today as Leo Howard an attorney prepared to argue a petition he filed with Radford corporation court Judge Gardner set riday to hear How ard Signed Howard says by the re quired 30 per cent of the vot ers the petition seeks an election on the question of embracing the pro visions of the state liquor control act HOLLYWOOD Calif Sept (47 Herbert Marshall English film star smile when he said it so John Monk Saunders floored him with a right to the chin the novelist and scenarist related today latest one blow battle was fought at the home of Ernst Lubltsch screen director where the elite of the motion picture colony gathered early yesterday to honor Max Reinhardt German producer of forglt to smile when he made a Saunders World War fly ing ace and once winner of the Acad emy award for the best film story of the year declared regrettable I found it necessary to let Mr Marshall have one on the chin We were the best of friends and had been for years sorry this had to Spectators asserted the lasterd only long enough for Saun ders to uncork a long uppercut and Marshall to hit the floor Marshall issued a statement today In which he said state ment the best proof to date that he Is a writer of melodramatic fiction "I can underrtand why Mr Saun ders In making his statement pre ferred fiction to facts Inasmuch as the truth would compel him to admit that I was seated at the time he de livered his spectacular blow and look ing hi another Marshall said only active part I played in this melodrama was to resent his suiting behavior to a lady at GENEVA Sept European bloc countries voted today to 'adhere more firmly than ever to the 'gold standard and to maintain In tegrally existing gold parities Delegates from rance Switzer land Italy and Holland arc attend ing a masting hero which has as one (of Ita purposes to Increase trade be tween nations still on the gold stand (Sunday by' the president Barnes and others 0 Adhere to Gold Money Standard 0 (By the Associated Press) Pepper Martin and Leo Durocher Drove in runs that defeated Cubs 3 to 1 former sending two in with home run Johnny Merena Red Sox His hit pitching eliminated Yanks American league race Walter Beck Held lies to four hits In nightcap to give Dodgers clean sweep of doubleheader 10 Entrants In Balloon Race Down Virginia Grid Team Griding or Clashes THE DANVILLE REGISTER THE BEE Office Chief Tassel Bldg Phone 5166 0 G0P Hopeful Of the West 0 CHICAGO Sept Republi can leaders looked to the Rocky moun tain states today for enough votes to replace nine democratic congressmen United States Senator Robert Carby of Wyoming Ina statement Is sued last night from republican head quarters asserted that conditions were dally growing more favorable for re publican success In that section In order to give the best possible service at lowest market prices we have purchased THE LIMA WOOD COAL CO 22 These totaled 182 and with 199 In the previous 259 in the corresponding year ago of a cent at $497 rench franc was 01 lower at 666 cents oreign exchanges were opening dealings Sterling was off NEW YORK Sept 12 noon stocks: Alaska Jun Allied Chem Am Can Am Am Tob Atchison Auburn Bendix Beth Steel Cannon Mills Case I Chrysler Coca Cola Columbia Gas Consol Gas Du Pont Ice dragged the river yesterday and the river bottom discovered in the reported later: found something I dragging operations corresponds closely to the location of the ships as given in the old documents 'If the objects found on the bottom prove to be the remains of the men of war an attempt will be made to raise at least a part of them number is unknown were destroyed lickinger superintendent of the by gunilre from land gun batteries manned by rench al lies Others were sunk by the Brlt Amerlcan hands The location of the obstruction on GATEWOOD WOOD COAL CORP Phone 310 and 2983 Ed Gatewood Mgr Orange Co Celebrates Birthday Bi centennial Anniversiary Event Opened With Ad dress By George Richards ORANGE Va Sept The Orange County Bicentennial Anniver sary celebration was opened here to day with an address by George Richards president of the theological seminary of the Reformed Church In the United States preceding the fea ture address of the day by Hans Luther the ambassador from Ger many to the United States In celebration at Germanna Dr Richards described the beginning of the Reformed church in Virginia He said the earliest Reformed set tlers In Virginia came from rance not Germany The first German col ony was brought Virginia through the agency of Alexander Spotswood and Christopher von Graffenreld he said The colony he continued was composed of a group of miners of Siegen brought here by Graffenreld They were located at Germanna Dr Richards quoted at length from the early journels describing their religious social and economic life The speaker said after four years at Germanna the Reformed portion of the colony "became discontented and cast about for a dwelling place "The reason for their dissatisfaction seems to have been the unwillingness of the governor to sell the land con taining valuable deposits of ore to the settlers" the speaker said "The Germans refused to remain tenants always and desired land and homes of their own Accordingly a tract of land eight miles from Warrenton in auquier county was applied for in 1718 and patented to the Germans August 22 Dr Richards said the Reformed congregations how In Virginia In Rockingham and Shenandoah coun ties were organized by Germans who came from Pennsylvania before and after 1748 Clements Chism Parker Six of Them Land in Russia Others Continue in Air Drifting Eastward 0 MOSCOW Sept Ten con testants for the cup coveted prize ists were reported of them In Russia Others of the 16 balloons which started from Warsaw Sunday possi bly were drifting eastward over cen tral Russia The American navy bal loon and that of the Buffalo Cour ier Express only entries from the United States were safely down on soviet territory near the Estonian boundary Lieutenants Kendall and Orville of the navy craft were taken to Leningrad by Russian mili tary officials at the request of the American embassy and were expected here today The fliers landed yester day near the Estonian border (Len ingrad is approximately 650 statute miles from Warsaw) Balloonists from the Buffalo en try George Hineman and Milford Vanik were in Gdov Russia near where they landed yesterday (Gdov is about 530 statute miles from Resigned Assails Mayor NEW YbRK Sept Gen eral John turned back to his law practice today leaving the police commissionership with a blast of criticism against Mayor LaGuar dia A few hours before he handed over his shield to the chief clerk last night General Issued state ment accusing the mayor of with the police depart ment and encouraging dis THE SEASONS MOST TALKED ABRICS MAKE THESE ROCKS I On Speculation Over Name of I British Liner i NASHVILLE Tenn Sept A middle aged hobo who lived in a hayloft beside a railroad track was hunted today for questioning In con inectlot with the disappearance six 'days ago of little Dorothy Dlstle hurst Whether he could throw morelight oh the case than two acquain tances who were brought up to police 'headquarters shortly before midnight by police and department ofjustice agents remained a question Inthe minds of officials two were allowed to return to their home after questioning The girl daughter of Mr and Mrs JA Dlstlehurst who live in subur ban east Nashville vanished last Wed nesday as she was walking home from a kindergarten COLORED MINISTERS MEET The Baptist ministers conference colored of Danville and vicinity held Its regular bi weekly meeting in the Calvary Baptist church yesterday (afternoon Df Burton presi dent presiding Rev Davis and Rev George Walden conduct led the opening services Rev Keen pastor of White Rock Baptist (church preached the sermon The conference received an Invitation to bneet with the Danville Un ion next Monday night at the Loyal Baptist church which was accepted lAttendance was urged to the meet ing of the Deacon's and daymen's Union at the BelleviewBaptist church next Saturday and 0 Practically Every Conference School Team Will Be in Action This Week RICHMOND Va Sept With practically every Southern con ference school facing a game on Sat urday squads went Into Intensiveraining today to prime for the Week end clashes Injuries are ham fiering some outfits Worst hit perhaps are Washington and Generals who will face Kentucky at xexington Ky without' the services of Owings 257 pound tackle Tubby twisted anankle In the Wofford game Saturday today he was under observation by a Roanoke specialist He will be out of the game for a time University of Virginia facing a Strong Hampden Sydney squad thisweek was set for Its first varsity freshman scrimmage today Yester day the Cavaliers worked through aome fast signal drill and practiced blocking tactics Tech which came through last Saturday's clash with Roanoke with out any injuries settled down to stiff but routine work this week 'They go to Philadelphia on Satur day for a tussle with Temple Yes terday the squad went through a tough two hour drill and more of the same was Indicated today I still striving for perfec tion In a new huddle and shlft formation was getting set for a clash with the much touted Duke aggregation at Lexington next Sat urday Eddie Law Is back In the ranks after a layoff and will probably be available In Durham the Blue Devils went into pre game routine with a long session on new plays yesterday fol lowed by some skulj practice Block ing by the backs in scrim mage did not come up to the stand ards set by Coach Wallace Wade and that phase of backfield performance is getting a lot of attention now lineup is still uncertain (although most of those in the know say that the squad which faces I will Include Wentz and Talia ferro ends Dumer tackle Captain Jack Dunlap guard Dunlap eenter and Ward Parker Cornelius and Alexander in the backfield North Carolina State was working tn secret today the result It was supposed of a need for more effec tive passing Yesterday Coach Hunk Anderson had the State squad hurl ing passes from all possible angles It looks like the air route will be the favorite scoring method of the State squad this coming season Another squad working In secret is the Carolina outfit The North Carolinians are polishing up their de fense for the hard running attack and flashy aerial game the Deacons displayed against Gullford Starting the secret practice yesterday Coach Carl Snavely indicated that it would be the rule this week Jackson a casualty is reported much betterthough still using crutches He will be out for practice today South Carolina's Gamecocks who meet Erskine at Columbia on Satur day will probably reSy on the pass ing game It seemed certain today after some mighty accurate flipping during session Coach Whitey Rawl has had his chargesworking against a full repertoire of (Erskine plays and thinks his charges have them down pat Only McDou gal a fullback Is on tire injured list Hunt Hobo In Case Of Missing Tot Sought for Questioning in Dis appearance of Dorothy Distlehurst In Tennessee Jimmy oxx and Bob Johnson Athletics Drove out home runs to whip Senators twice Obstruction Is ound In York River (By The Associated Press) (Including games) AMERICAN LEAGUE (Unchanged except for:) Batting Gehrig Yankees 360 Gehringer Tigers 355 Hits Gehringer Tigers 207 Geh ring Yankees 203 Home Runs Gehrig Yankees 47 oxx Athletics 44 NATIONAL LEAGUE (Unchanged except for:) Pitching Dean Cardinals 27 8 Walker Cardinals 11 4 Hollywood Is Scene Of 1 Blow ight John Saunders loors British ilm Star Who Smile When He Said yesterdaifsi MARS Bis Dairy Cent West North Amer Nor Pac Packard Mot Pennsy Proct Gam Pub Svc Radio Reynolds Socony Vac Sou Pac Sou Ry Std Brands St Oil Cal St Oil Studebaker Texas Corp Tex Gulf Sul Un Carbide Un Pac United Aircraft United Corp Steel Westlngh Elec Western Union MILL STOCKS (Quotations by Livingston Co) Bld Asked common 5 preferred 67 70 Radford to Hold ABC Referendum Va Sept a Just what we do not know but we are inclined to believe It was the hulks of some of the British Musty and yellowing records at the Yorktown monument here tell that several British warships the exact lickinger superintendent of national monument said ''3 i vwwzz 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